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FUNNY 25 1252: You survived Christmas and/or Hanukkah - now reward yourself with our countdown of the 25 hottest, coolest, most requested Deeeemented discs of 2012! Plus a couple of after-Christmas and New Year's songs for good measure. #24 has a couple of f-bombs, otherwise it's PG-13. Dec 29, 2012
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HOLIDAY PART 3 1251: Balls On Your Christmas Tree! The Mushroom Tabernacle Choir! Our final Christmas show for '12 has lots more favorites and rarities...including an early live version of "Open Me First" by Ogden Edsl with the part that's usually left out. Rated PG-13. Dec 22, 2012
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HOLIDAY #2 1250: Our second two-hour holiday blast for 2012 features "I Want a Hippopotamus for Christmas," "Cockroach Christmas," "Christmas on Acid," "Christmas With the Zombies," "Dysfunctional Family Christmas," that immortal carol "Whip Me Santa Claus," and a second stack of Hanukkah hilarity as well. PG-13 (except for the bonus tracks!) Dec 15, 2012
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HOLIDAY PART 1 1249: The first of our three holiday shows for 2012. I don't know how they do it, but people still keep thinking of new twists on the Christmas legend! Some great ones here, along with forgotten blasts from holidays past and some hardy perennials. Rated PG-13. Dec 8, 2012
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TOP TEN 1248: The Top Ten for November 2012, plus some Larry Hagman rarities, lots of requests and not one single Christmas song. (We'll have plenty of those next week!) PG-13 (except for the bonus tracks). Dec 1, 2012
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LAWYERS 1247: Our special topic is lawyers. We also cover the Twinkie crisis, the Petraeus scandal, Disney/Star Wars, and the world's oldest computer. At the end of the show, there's a truly magnificent symphony of flatulence (with electric guitar). Rated PG-13. Nov 24, 2012
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THANKSGIVING 1246: Our Thanksgiving show has music and comedy for the holiday, and also some musical turkeys for Turkey Day - songs so bad they're hilarious! Many of them are new to the show this year. Also, some new Jonathan Coulton and (in the bonus tracks) Stephen Lynch. Language is PG-13, except for the bonus tracks. Nov 17, 2012
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NONSENSE & SURREALISM 1245: This week's show features a whole lot of nonsense, and some surrealism too, from Spike Jones and the Goons to Beck and the Beatles - plus Tom Lehrer's orchestral "Hunting Song" in stereo. Parental guidance: this show has a few quick and non-sexual f-bombs, and a couple of more explicit items (including a very rare one by Burl Ives) as bonus tracks. Nov 10, 2012
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TOP TEN 1244: The Top Ten for October, plus one last blast of election songs, the earliest known surviving American recording (1878) and a Hurricane Sandy song. This show rated PG-13. Nov 3, 2012
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HALLOWEEN #2 1243: Here's Round Two of our Halloween blast for 2012. Lots of hits from the catacombs plus new scary tunes (including two more tracks from "Eduardo O'Lantern" by TV's Kyle, the best new Halloween release I've heard this year). The show is PG-13; there's a bonus track that isn't. Note #1: the Top Ten for October airs next weekend. Note #2: I've tried not to duplicate last year's Halloween shows too much; those are still streamable right here at www.drdemento.com. Oct 27, 2012
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HALLOWEEN I 1242: On our first Halloween show for 2012 we celebrate the 50th anniversary of "Monster Mash." (Something else much scarier was going on at the same time - remember? We'll have a song for that too). We also celebrate zombies, horror movies, and Weird Al's birthday. Oct 20, 2012
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DENTISTRY/ELECTION 1241: Double feature this week - topic #1 is dentistry, topic #2 is the coming election (plus some electoral blasts from the past). The subjects may be painful, but that only makes the songs funnier! Also some requests, and a tribute to Sheriff John. Language: PG-13. Oct 13, 2012
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FOOTBALL 1240: Are you ready for some football funnies? You got 'em on this week's show, along with "Boobs A Lot," "I Live In A Split Level Head," a different "Ode to Spot" and some neat new stuff. Language: PG. Oct 6, 2012
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TOP TEN 1239: Here's the Top Ten for September...plus some political jousting, new songs from Randy Newman and South Park, a Zappa rarity (by The Penguins) and two bonus tracks for very broad-minded adults only! (Aside from those, this show is PG-13 as usual). Sep 29, 2012
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RANDOM 1238: And here we go from A to Z through the Demento Archives, by random selection! I got out my looseleaf binders of paper copies of my old playlists, put on a blindfold, and whatever my finger pointed to, you hear it here, from Benny Bell singing scat to the Screaming Beatles. Language: PG-13. There's an s-word in "Always Look on the Bright Side of Life," and a homophobic slur in "Cowboy Rap." Also, I said "Jimmy Cricket" when I meant Jiminy - nobody's perfect. Sep 22, 2012
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ALCOHOL PART 3 1237: Here's the third and final installment of our Alcohol Alphabet, with songs and comedy in a huge range of styles, all the way from Fred Astaire to Bubbles and the Shit Rockers. Many all time faves and also things I haven't played lately (if ever). Also a little tribute to Rollin Sullivan, who was Oscar of Lonzo & Oscar. Parental guidance: one f-word in "Liquor and Whores," plus frequent depictions of alcohol abuse. (note: Parts 1 and 2 of the Alcohol Alphabet are on the shows dated April 21 and June 16, 2012). Sep 15, 2012
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SCHOOL 1236: School days are here again, and here's a big stack of our funniest songs about elementary school, high school and college too...plus a Stan Freberg classic, a Zappa favorite (his catalog is back in circulation on CD and mp3!) and the B side of Weird Al's debut single (he's back in the studio working on a new album!!). Some real nice requests too. Sep 8, 2012
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LABOR DAY/DOGS/CATS 1235: We have a bit of a tripleheader this week, with songs about the workplace (Happy Labor Day!), dogs and cats, along with lots of requests. (note: a whole lot more funny songs about working are on our show for September 3, 2011). Language: PG-13. Sep 1, 2012
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TOP TEN/PHYLLIS DILLER 1234: The top ten for August, plus an interview with the great Phyllis Diller. Also seven songs with the words "lost my" in the title. Language: PG-13. Aug 25, 2012
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RAP REVISITED 1233: It's Rap Revisited week, with all-time Demented hip-hop hits plus nerdcore - rap for smart people. Also some silly Sixties surf novelties. Language: lots of it on the seven bonus tracks at the end of the program! "Hollywood Liberal" and "Boogie In Your Butt" are PG-13; the rest is pretty clean. Last minute add: Devo's new song about Mitt Romney's former dog. Aug 18, 2012
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CAFFEINE 1232: This week in our second hour we celebrate caffeine. Coffee and similar beverages have inspired many songs, including funny ones. I'm sipping coffee as I write this, in fact. Note that some of those songs are about the perils of drinking too much coffee! Also a Weird Al rarity (he sings backup on "Miniature Golf") and some Martian songs in honor of Curiosity. Language: PG-13 ("One More Year" and "Midget Love" have some sexual references, and drugs turn up in the Cheech & Chong bits, to no one's surprise). Aug 11, 2012
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CHILDREN'S RECORDS PART 2 1231: Here's Part II of our survey of classic children's records, from the 1940s to the 21st century, plus our usual merry miscellany. Language: Steve Goodie made a special bleeped version of "Hey, Fred Phelps" for us, but the subject matter may require a bit of parental guidance anyway. Everything else is nice and clean this week. Aug 4, 2012
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TOP TEN 1230: Here's the Top Ten for July. The rest of the show is kind of free-form, roaming all over the musical universe just like I used to do! Language: PG-13; incidental expletives on "Snortin' Up the Bath Salts" and "Dirty Old Man." Jul 28, 2012
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HATE 1229: This week we have hate songs. I hate this, I hate that. Actually they're funnier than most love songs. Also two songs and two sketches about answering machines (remember them?) Language: PG-13. The "Answering Machine" sketches by Barry & the Bookbinders and the Dead Alewives depict sex and violence. NOTE: this show was completed before the tragic shooting in Aurora, CO. It includes brief mentions of the new Batman movie and two songs inspired by the 1966 Batman TV series. Jul 21, 2012
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SOUTHERN HUMOR 1228: We have ten Dr. Demento show debuts in our first hour this week, plus a 50th anniversary salute and a 100th birthday tribute. In our second hour we head South for some classic regional humor. Language: PG-13. One quick f-word in "The Peddler." The two bonus tracks at the end are intended for adults only. Jul 14, 2012
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CHILDRENS RECORDS 1227: This week's show features more than an hour of "Golden Age" children's records. We've had a lot of requests for these, and here are six complete stories from 1947-1950 plus other delights. (See our blog at www.drdemento.com for more info). Also, our farewell to Andy Griffith. Jul 7, 2012
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TOP TEN/JULY 4TH 1226: Here's the Top Ten for June, plus some Fourth of July fireworks, Liszt's Hungarian Rhapsody in three shades of Dementia, and the unique and remarkable hip-hop of Garden Fresh. Language alert: "Steve Jobs Vs. Bill Gates," a teeny bit on "Elevator," and of course the bonus tracks. Jun 30, 2012
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QUESTIONS 1225: This week we have an hour of "question" songs, from "What If Your Butt Was Gone?" to "Who Are the Brain Police?" Plus the Logan Awards winners for 2011, and some slick new stuff. Language: one s-word in the South Park song, and a quaint ethnic slur (from 1930) in the next-to-the-last song. Jun 23, 2012
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FATHER'S DAY/ALCOHOL 1224: Songs for Father's Day, plus another installment of our Alcohol Alphabet (with the Frontal Lobotomy song) and a tribute to Ray Bradbury. Rated PG-13 (the last song, after the closing, is for adults only). Jun 16, 2012
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FOOD PART 2 1223: The Doctor celebrates food once again this week, picking up where he left off in April with over twenty fabulous food songs. Also, by request, we bring back the Doctor's "interview" with Allan Sherman, originally aired (in slightly different form) in 1992. Language note: the two George Carlin classics are uncensored, with occasional s- and f- words. There's also one in the Patton Oswalt bit. Otherwise this is all PG. Jun 9, 2012
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PAIRS 1222: Our topic today is "pairs" - not singing duos, but pairs of people, animals or things used as subject matter. Also - the world premiere of two 2011 tracks by the Roto Rooter Goodtime Christmas Band, plus other tracks featuring the late Geoff Cooper. This show is PG except the final segment which is for adults only. Jun 2, 2012
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TOP TEN 1221: Here's the Top Ten for May 2012, plus some neat new stuff, Martin & Lewis's first record, and two more rare items by the late George "Goober" Lindsey. Rated PG for a little innuendo, and one s-word (on Top Ten song #2). The final song, after the Top Ten, is for adults only. May 26, 2012
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RANDOM 1220: Random choice rules again on this week's show. "Uncle Jack Sez Relax" pops up, along with "Heaven Is for Presbyterians," and the saddest song I've ever played (it reportedly inspired suicides in Hungary). Rated PG-13 for one S-word and the usual fun and innuendo. May 19, 2012
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YOU 1219: We celebrate you this week - more than 20 songs with "you" in the title. We also tip our demented hat to Mother, and say farewell to George "Goober" Lindsey with some rare items. This show is rated PG-13 - one s-word (on the uncensored "Life Sucks - Then You Die," on the show for the first time), and some sexual references. The bonus track by Tim Minchin is for open-minded adults only! May 12, 2012
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ME 1218: Our special topic this week is me. Songs with "me" in the title, that is. Other goodies include the comedy-novelty winners in the International Songwriting Competition. This show rated PG-13 for sexual references, and a humorously gruesome song about murder. More explicit stuff in the bonus tracks. May 5, 2012
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TOP TEN 1217: Here's the Top Ten for April 2012, plus songs for galactic hitchhikers, mammary fanciers and lots more. This show is rated PG (a little coarse language, nothing too nasty) except for the last segment (after the Top Ten) which is Adults Only. Apr 28, 2012
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ALCOHOL 1216: This week we have 19 songs about America's favorite drug - alcohol! A huge variety of musical and comedic styles, from The Doors to Gid Tanner and his Skillet Lickers. In the first hour, some amazing and provocative songs about religion and politics, among other things. Language alert: the highly irreverent song from The Book of Mormon in the first hour, and "Beer" by the Asylum Street Spankers in the second. Apr 21, 2012
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FOOD 1215: This week we celebrate food, with a lot of food songs we haven't heard for awhile...and we also remember the Titanic on the 100th anniversary of her demise, with music actually heard on the fateful voyage plus the uncensored "Legend of the U.S.S. Titanic." This show is rated PG-13. Apr 14, 2012
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EASTER/BASEBALL/DEEPSOUTHCON 1214: A triple feature this week: Easter, baseball, and a special program of artists who'll be performing with me at DeepSouthCon 50 in June. Bonus: more newly rediscovered Tom Lehrer. Apr 7, 2012
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TOP TEN 1213: Here's the Top Ten for March, plus a mess of surprises including Barnes & Barnes' rare "Anniversary Song," as written and performed for our 15th anniversary (1985) with Weird Al on accordion...salutes to Mad Men and Batman, old movies and psycho chickens. Language alert: expletives on Top Ten songs #2 and #3. Mar 31, 2012
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HIP HOP 1212: "Girl Scout Cookies," "That Wuttin' a Marlboro," "Classic Rock Cut-off Date" (every rock fan needs to hear that one)...and over an hour of hilarious hip-hop, including songs I could never play on those classic rock stations where you used to hear me. This topic suggested and greatly assisted by the great Luke Ski, with additional input from Devo Spice. Language alert: segments 2 and 5. Mar 24, 2012
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ST. PATRICK'S DAY/SPRING 1211: Songs for St. Patrick's day, songs for springtime, more old party records, beer & boobies, and a tribute to Peter Bergman. Naughty words: "Green Eggs and Peas," "Chicken Talk." Mar 17, 2012
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MARIJUANA 1210: Once again our topic is marijuana. This show, along with our shows for Nov. 12, 2011 and Nov. 15, 2009, comprises a marijuana trilogy, with little duplication between shows (no duplication at all with 11-12-11). Some expletives in the next-to-last segment. Mar 10, 2012
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REPTILES & AMPHIBIANS 1209: Lots more songs about reptiles and amphibians in this week's sequel to our October 8, 2011 show. No duplicates with that show! Also a farewell to Davy Jones, and an update on the Chardon Polka Band (founded eight years ago by students at the school that was the scene of last week's tragic shooting). And - for our D.O.C. listeners - the world premiere of the new, authentic full stereo mix of Tom Lehrer's "Poisoning Pigeons in the Park" (Orchestral Version). Language alert: "Save the Rich," and the bonus tracks which are very explicit. Mar 3, 2012
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TOP TEN 1208: Here's the Top Ten for February, plus a big stack of songs about breakfast...ham, eggs (green and otherwise), hot cakes and sausage, and lots of Bacon! The Louis C.K. bit has numerous explicit expletives, and there are a few more of those elsewhere. Feb 25, 2012
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PARTY RECORDS 1207: In the second part of this show, Dr. Demento tells the fascinating story of "party records" - risqué and titillating tunes and tales that were released by mostly independent labels from the 1930s to the 1960s (major labels wouldn't touch them). Most of these were never heard on radio when first released. Parental note: most of these are totally concerned with sex and other bodily processes, but the f-word is heard only on the bonus track, which also has the n-word. Feb 18, 2012
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LOVE SONGS 1206: Our Valentine's Day show features two dozen Demented love songs, plus "Paging Dr. House," "The Miracle of Sweatpants" and "Weird Al Yankovic for President!" Feb 11, 2012
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QUESTIONS 1205: A highly questionable show this week - the second half is all songs that ask questions! (And sometimes answer them). In the first half, great old songs and nifty new songs (including three by Flat 29, the superb British comedy trio). Feb 4, 2012
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TOP TEN 1204: The first Top Ten of 2012...plus lots of Dr. Demento debuts, some nifty requests, and a tribute to Etta James, Johnny Otis and Jimmy Castor (R.I.P.) Explicit language and content this week. Jan 28, 2012
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RANDOM 1203: Random choice rules this week! Dr. D opened a list of thousands of songs on his computer, closed his eyes and moved the pointer. Where it landed is what we will hear! 2 1/2 hours of hilarious hits and curious obscurities. Jan 21, 2012
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POSSESSIONS 1202: This show is all about possessions. Having things. "I have," "I got," "My...." and so on. These words and phrases have a great many different shades of meaning. We'll explore those shades and hear a whole lot of fun and exciting songs along the way. Also: new ones by Flat 29 ("Manfriends," a wonderful song) and Lemon Demon (he thinks it might be stupid, but I like it...coupla durty wirds in this one, also "I Have a Clone")...and a stack of requests. Jan 14, 2012
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SPIKE JONES CENTENNIAL 1201: Dr. Demento salutes the Spike Jones centennial with over an hour of Spike's hits and rarities, tracing his career and featuring key members of the City Slickers. Other highlights include "2012: The Musical," "Call Any Vegetable," and "The Wilted Lettuce Orgy." A few scattered 4-letter words in the first hour; the Spike celebration is good clean fun. Jan 7, 2012
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