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The Dr. Demento Show #91-09 - March 3, 1991

Pick Of The Week: A Bomb For Hussein - Barnes & Barnes [played before opening]
Special Topic: records

Overture - Merrie Melodies Main Title Music - The Warner Bros. Symphony Orchestra Conducted by George Daugherty
Daffy Duck's Rhapsody - Mel Blanc
The Moose - Woody Allen
Rats In My Room (sung by caller) - Chelsea from Boston, MA
Rats In My Room - Joey & Danny

Dear Dr. Demento (edit) - Nasal Davey
Whatever Happened To Women (edit) - Mr. Blackwell
The 9-To-5 Making Java Working Day Job Blues - Marian Weissman
Little Boxes - The Womenfolk

You Got To Rock 'Em (early fade) - Elvin Bishop
Like A Suburban Drone - The Capitol Steps
All My Bills Are Overdue - Laszlo & Gary
Give Me That Old Unemployment (w/ intro) - Steve Karmen
Booze In The Only Answer - Woody Woodbury

Weekly World News - Hadji
M.C. Hammer - Lifesize Lynn Dickinson & Lorenzo Sanchez
Ian, Wake Up, Your Hair Is On Fire - Hunrgy Bill
Elmer Fudd Sings Bruce Springsteen ("Fire") - Robin Williams
Total Recall - Dudley Riggs' Brave New Workshop
Scudbusters - Loose Bruce Kerr

Big Ten-Inch Record - Moose Jackson
Doctor Of Dementia (edit) - Dr. Demento w/ Barnes & Barnes
Sir Arthur Sullivan Speaks (excerpt)
Columbia Double-Disc Demonstration (excerpt)
Genie, The Magic Recod (excerpt) - Peter Lind Hayes
The Hi-Fi Blues - Eddie Lawrence

Don't Leave Your Records In The Sun - John Hartford
Hi-Fi Shop - Not The Nine O'Clock News
I Hate The Compact Discs - Stewart Brodian
The Moustache Song - John Ryan

Solar Kills - Jon Sirkis
Don't Put Back The Fuse - Emo Philips
#5 A Pinhead Will Survive - Reverend Billy C. Wirtz
#4 Snack By Snack - Laszlo & Gary

#3 Earache My Eye Featuring Alice Bowie - Cheech & Chong
#2 Dust Mites - Heywood Banks

#1 Kick Ass USA - Milo Tremley

next week: all-request show

Note: Copies of the LPs for this show were originally sent out with side 4 (last half hour, including the Funny Five) mispressed with side 4 from last week's show (91-08). Replacement discs containing sides 2 and 4 were sent out on February 28, but some stations may not have received them in time.