My So Called Knife is an album by Lollipop Lust Kill, released in May 2002. The album was recorded in Weed, California with Sylvia Massy-Shivy at the helm. She had previously worked with the metal act Tool. Several titles were proposed for the album, and until very close to its completion, it was to be dubbed "Murder at the Late Show", an odious reference to the converted theater in which it was recorded. However, the title was deemed too risque by Artemis records and was subsequently changed to the play on My So Called Life, a show with a sizable cult following. In addition to the tracks present on the album, three other songs; "Eyes All Lies, Drip, and It's Cold Inside (the latter two being reworked and rerecorded versions of Motel Murder Madness and 2001 demo songs) were recorded. A fourth unreleased track titled Gemini Twin was also recorded, but no one except for the band members has ever heard it. None of the aforementioned tracks were officially released, although the three former songs were widely distributed among 'The Lollipop Guild', the band's semi-official and loyal fanbase. Much speculation was also made as to whom the child featured on the album cover was, as the boy's identity was a closely guarded secret. It was eventually revealed that the boy was, in fact, one of the sons of guitarist Pill.