Damn Skippy

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Damn Skippy
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Artist: Lemon Demon
Released March 21, 2005
Recorded 2004–2005
Length 1:00:57, 1:22:24 (with bonus tracks)
Label Self-released (2005), Needlejuice Records (2023)
Producer Neil Cicierega
Links: Needlejuice Remaster
Bonus content from original CD
Lossless rip of original CD
Lossless rip of original (mispress) CD
Remastered YouTube
Lemon Demon chronology
Hip to the Javabean
Damn Skippy

2023 Needlejuice Records reissue cover art.

Damn Skippy is Lemon Demon’s fourth album. It was originally released on March 21st, 2005, as homemade, burned-on-demand CD-Rs sold through the old Lemon Demon website[1], in the same manner Hip to the Javabean was the year prior. Eight bonus tracks, an audio commentary track, and an HTML file were included as bonuses on the disc.[2]This content is maintained in all CD represses of the album.

In 2006, the album received a CD repress with glass replicated discs manufactured by now-defunct company Americ Disc Inc.[3]

In April 2009, Neil offered this album for free download on Lemondemon.com, alongside Clown Circus, Live from the Haunted Candle Shop, and Hip to the Javabean.[4]

On January 21st, 2023, Needlejuice Records reissued the album, alongside Hip to the Javabean on Bandcamp in celebration of the 20th anniversary of Lemon Demon.[5] [6]This version of the album was remastered by Angel Marcloid[7]and added ten previously unreleased tracks, six remastered instrumentals, one remastered vocal track and a hidden track to the bonus track list. The album's original audio commentary track was also remastered for this release by Brady Argo.[6] Pre-orders for physical represses of the album on vinyl, CD, and cassette went up in February[8], with the CDs and cassettes shipping in June[9], and vinyls expected to ship in September.[10]

Track Listing

  1. Dead Sea Monkeys
  2. Sky Is Not Blue
  3. Pumpkin Pie
  4. When Robots Attack
  5. Geeks in Love
  6. New Way Out
  7. What Will Happen Will Happen
  8. Kitten Is Angry
  9. The Ceiling
  10. Subtle Oddities
  11. Gonna Dig Up Alec Guinness
  12. Flamingo Legs
  13. Ode to Crayola
  14. Rainwater
  15. Smell Like a Cookie All Day
  16. Dizziful Bliss
  17. Word Disassociation
  18. Eventuality

Bonus tracks

  1. Bicycle Race
  2. Fuzzy
  3. March of the Living Figments
  4. Mothers All Over the World
  5. Mr. Porta-Potty Man
  6. Musical Chairs (Alternate version)
  7. Pirate in a Box
  8. Subtle Oddities (Cheesy synth mix)

Bonus tracks (Needlejuice Records re-release)

(CD version contains all of these tracks on a separate Bonus Disc.)

(Vinyl and cassette versions of the album only contain bonus tracks 1-9.)

  1. Scatterbrained
  2. Musical Chairs (Alternate Version)
  3. March of the Living Figments
  4. Elvis Porn
  5. Mothers All Over the World
  6. Lollipops
  7. Bicycle Race
  8. Fuzzy
  9. Bottom Line
  10. Sky Blue Up
  11. I Want to Wake Up
  12. Stampy
  13. Zero Gravity
  14. Subtle Oddities (Cheesy Synth Mix)
  15. Pirate in a Box
  16. Mr. Porta-Potty Man
  17. How to Poop
  18. The Song You Hear When You Die
  19. When Robots Attack (Instrumental)
  20. Geeks in Love (Instrumental)
  21. Kitten is Angry (Instrumental)
  22. Subtle Oddities (Instrumental)
  23. Dizziful Bliss (Instrumental)
  24. Word Disassociation (Instrumental)
  25. Word Disassociation (Vocals)
  26. neil.soul
  27. Damn Skippy Commentary

Bonus Content

SPECIAL THANKS: Dad, Mom, Ben, Emmy, Leah, Alora, Sarah, Chloe, Chelsea, Aaron Ackerson, Andrew Kepple, Richard, Logan Whitehurst, The Incredible Moses Leroy, Queen, John Cameron Mitchell, Stephen Trask, Sir Alec Guinness, Alec Baldwin, Leonard Nimoy, Edward Binney, Harold Smith, Robert Prince, and Raffi.
  • HTML file (Navigation portal for the album containing song MP3s, bonus tracks, lyrics, exclusive artwork, and a Special Thanks section.)

Physical Releases


All four variants originally went up for pre-order on the Needlejuice Records website, but Pumpkin Cookie was later removed. In November, it was revealed to be a Newbury Comics exclusive variant, and made available on their webstore.


Original Artwork

There are no notable differences between the artwork of the homemade 2005 CD-Rs and the 2006 repress.

Needlejuice Records 2023 repress