The 100 Minute Demo

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The 100 Minute Demo
The 100 Minute Demo cover
Bootleg by Marilyn Manson & the Spooky Kids
Released Probably 1995
Format Cassette
Marilyn Manson & the Spooky Kids chronology
Family Values
The 100 Minute Demo
(Probably 1995)
Demos and Remixes

"The 100 Minute Demo" is a compliation of "After School Special", "Big Black Bus, "Grist-o-Line", and several other tracks. A few are believed to be from "The Beaver Meat Cleaver Beat", according to the generally accepted track listing. "Junk the Magic Dragon" is believed to be from "The Raw Boned Psalms", although an original copy has yet to surface. It is also quite possible that this song simply was never released on any of the official demos, and the track was included as a bonus.


Side MOM[edit]

  1. "Dune Buggy" Lunchbox
  2. "Negative 3" After School Special
  3. "Lunchbox" After School Special
  4. "Choklit Factory" After School Special
  5. "Cyclops" After School Special
  6. "White Knuckles" Big Black Bus
  7. "My Monkey" Big Black Bus
  8. "Strange Same Dogma" Big Black Bus
  9. "Red (in My) Head" Big Black Bus
  10. "Son of Man" The Beaver Meat Cleaver Beat
  11. "Junk the Magic Dragon" maybe The Raw Boned Psalms

Side DAD[edit]

  1. "Learning to Swim" Lunchbox
  2. "I.V.-T.V." The Beaver Meat Cleaver Beat
  3. "Talk of One, Thought of None"
  4. "Dune Buggy" Grist-o-Line
  5. "Cake & Sodomy" Grist-o-Line
  6. "Meat for a Queen" Grist-o-Line
  7. "She's Not My Girlfriend" Grist-o-Line
  8. "Devil in My Lunchbox" Satan on Fire
  9. "Number Nine" Satan on Fire
  10. "Cat in the Hat" Satan on Fire
  11. "Justify My Love" Satan on Fire



  • There is also some confusion over the track that was listed as "Number Nine". There are actually three tracks between "Devil in My Lunchbox" and "Cat in the Hat", but the track listing on the oldest known copy of the demo only has Number Nine listed in between. It's not known if there were proper names for all three of these songs, and the taper forgot to list them, or if all three are presented as a whole called Number Nine. The first section starts with a bunch of Spooky Kids hotline messages set to a drum machine beat, including some stoner dude named Dennis and someone else who says "I want to fuck your dad, Brad.". The second part is a spoken word piece by Manson, retelling a night out on the club scene. The final piece is commonly known as "Those Fuckin' Bitches" because is features a sample with that quote from the film Desperate Teenage Lovedolls.