Neat Neat Neat
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|"Neat Neat Neat"|
|Single by The Damned|
|from the album Damned Damned Damned|
|B-side||"Stab Your Back"
|Released||18 February 1977|
|Recorded||Pathway Studios, January 1977|
|The Damned singles chronology|
The single was reissued in Stiff's mail order Damned 4 Pack mail-order set. A CD version was issued in the Stiff Singles 1976-1977 box set by Castle Music in 2003.
- "Neat Neat Neat" (James) - 2:44
- "Stab Yor Back" (Scabies) - 1:01
- "Singalonga Scabies" (Scabies) - 1:00
In other media
- Elvis Costello and The Attractions covered this song, which originally appeared as the B-side on a 7-inch included with early issues of the LP This Year's Model. It was also included as a bonus track on Rhino's 2002 CD reissue of This Year's Model.
- Melt-Banana covered this song, which appears in the pregap before the first track on the CD version of Charlie.
- This song is featured in the video game True Crime: New York City.
- The song can be heard playing on the jukebox in the Simpsons episode, "Love, Springfieldian Style" in the third segment, "Sid And Nancy" (a re-imagining of the film of the same name), just before a character played by Martin Prince changes it to the Bay City Rollers' "Saturday Night".
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