Lunch Boxes & Choklit Cows

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Lunch Boxes & Choklit Cows
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Compilation album by Marilyn Manson & The Spooky Kids
Released April 20, 2004
Recorded January 1990–November 1993
Genre Alternative metal, heavy metal
Length 42:44
Label Empire MusicWerks
Producer Daisy Berkowitz
Original cover

Lunch Boxes & Choklit Cows is a compilation album of previously unreleased demo tracks recorded in the early 1990s by Marilyn Manson (then known as Marilyn Manson & The Spooky Kids).[1] Original guitarist Scott Putesky ("Daisy Berkowitz") obtained the rights to these and 11 other recordings in a lawsuit against Brian Warner ("Marilyn Manson"), and has announced that this release is only the first in a planned series of Spooky Kids CDs. Some are from demos and others have never been previously released. These are digitally remastered and Putesky says they sound better than the original cassettes because of it.

The album originally came packaged with a "bonus" DVD and slightly different artwork. The original cover had 5 cartoon figures of the band drawn by Marilyn Manson. However, after a lawsuit was filed, Putesky removed the artwork (originally by Warner) and the DVD (which contained footage of Warner & Stephen Bier) and re-released the CD. The re-released cover is the same as the original except the cartoon images are removed.

Copies of the original version with the DVD and artwork can occasionally be found on eBay or amazon.

CD track listing[edit]

  1. "Red (in My) Head" – 4:24
    • recorded January 1990 on the Beaver Meat Cleaver Beat demo.
  2. "Dune Buggy" – 4:20
    • recorded August 1990 on the Grist-O-Line demo.
  3. "Insect Pins" – 5:48
    • recorded February 1993.
  4. "Learning to Swim" – 4:11
    • recorded March 1991 on the Lunchbox demo.
  5. "Negative Three" – 4:38
    • recorded December 1991 on the After School Special demo.
  6. "Meat for a Queen" – 3:02
    • recorded August 1990 on the Grist-O-Line demo.
  7. "White Knuckles" – 2:24
    • recorded November 1993 on the Beaver Meat Cleaver Beat demo.
  8. "Scaredy Cat" – 3:22
    • recorded November 1993.
  9. "Thingmaker" [live] – 4:12
    • recorded July 1992 live in a rehearsal studio. It is originally from the Family Jams demo.
  10. "Thrift" [live] – 6:24
    • recorded January 1992 live in a rehearsal studio. It is originally from the Refrigerator demo.

Bonus DVD listing (out of print)[edit]

  1. "White Knuckles" (Live footage)
  2. "Meat For A Queen" (Live footage)
  3. "Dune Buggy" (Live footage)
  4. "Spooky Gallery" (Still images)

Credits[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Marilyn Manson". MTV. Retrieved June 10, 2014. 

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