Maniac Meat is Tobacco's 2nd studio album, and was released May 25th, 2010 on Anticon Records. Beck provided vocals on "Fresh Hex" and "Grape Aerosmith"
- Constellation Dirtbike Head
- Fresh Hex [ft. Beck]
- Mexican Icecream
- Lick the Witch
- Unholy Demon Rhythms
- Heavy Makeup
- Grape Aerosmith [ft. Beck]
- New Juices From the Hot Tub Freaks
- Six Royal Vipers
- Creepy Phone Calls
- TV All Greasy
- Stretch Your Face
- Nuclear Waste Aerobics
Here is a list of the following collected demos:
- "Fresh Hex" was first heard during the Watt From Pedro Show sometime in 2008. Back then, it had the working title of "Eating Us (no tie to the album)," and was in a very raw, early form. During the 2009 tour, Tobacco played a newer, rearranged version of the song, and it was given the new title of "Fresh Hex." So far, the final draft with Beck's vocals has not been heard by anyone outside the band.
- "Mexican Icecream" was first heard in 2009 when the Maniac Meat MySpace page was first constructed. 1 or 2 songs posted on the page, it had the title "xxxnotdonexxx."
- "Lick The Witch" was originally supposed to feature Rob Sonic, according to Tobacco sometime in early 2010. This track has not been heard outside of the band.
- "Heavy Makeup" was posted on Tobacco's MySpace not long after announcing that Maniac Meat was the newest Tobacco album. It was ripped from the site and shared amoung the fanbase.
- "Overheater" was first during a 2009 fan recording of a show at Club Cafe, in Pittsburgh, PA. Wrongfully dubbed "Lamborghini Meltdown" amoung the fanbase.
- "Creepy Phone Calls" is an altered version of Tobacco's remix of "Die Slow," originally played by the band HEALTH.
- "Stretch Your Face" was first heard during the Watt From Pedro Show sometime in 2008. It is not known if the demo will sound different than the final draft on the album, but the demo is similar to the Fucked Up Friends 2 DVD version.
- "Nuclear Waste Aerobics" was first heard in 2009 when the Maniac Meat MySpace page was first contructed. 2 of 2 song posted, it had the title "xxxnotdoneeitherxxx."