A Little Bit Special

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A Little Bit Special
Studio album by Stephen Lynch
Released October 3 2000
Recorded March 2000 - April 2000
Genre Comedy
Length 48:31
Label HaHa Records
Producer Ivan Bodley
Stephen Lynch chronology
Half A Man
(????)
A Little Bit Special
(2000)
Superhero
(2003)

A Little Bit Special is the first album by comedian Stephen Lynch. It was recorded at Park West Studios in Brooklyn, New York in 2000. Along with Superhero and The Craig Machine, the albums have sold over 250,000 copies.

In the song "Jim Henson's Dead", Lynch pays tribute to many of the characters from The Muppet Show and Sesame Street, two of puppeteer Jim Henson's most famous creations.

Track listing[change | change source]

All tracks written by Stephen Lynch.

  1. "Lullaby (The Divorce Song)" - 3:25
  2. "Half a Man" - 3:01
  3. "Bitch" - 1:05
  4. "Intro (Gortengar Trail)" - :17
  5. "Special" - 3:58
  6. "A Month Dead" - 2:50
  7. "Priest" - 4:13
  8. "Hair" - :13
  9. "Intro (Super Karate Monkey Death Car)" - :12
  10. "Gerbil" - 3:06
  11. "Walken I" - :33
  12. "R.D.C. (Opie's Lament)" - 3:29
  13. "Mother's Day Song" - :43
  14. "Intro (Curly McDimple)" - :21
  15. "HermAphrodite" - 2:51
  16. "Tall Glass O' Water" - :51
  17. "Walken II" - :31
  18. "In Defense of a Peepshow Girl" - 3:02
  19. "Jim Henson's Dead" - 3:04
  20. "Intro (A Tribute to Multigrain Bun)" - :25
  21. "Gay" - 3:02
  22. "Walken III" - 7:19

- Includes: Bonus track - Kitten