- Lumania (West Hollywood, CA)
Available on (*):
- 1981 LP Spazchow (Rhino RNLP 802, November, 1981)
- 1987 CD Zabagabee (Rhino RNCD 70836, November, 1987; CD bonus track)
- 1997 CD Dr. Demento's Basement Tapes 6 (Demento Society, December, 1997)
- 2000 CD Yeah: the essential Barnes & Barnes (Oglio OGL 81606-2, May, 2000)
Topics (not including words that are part of the title):
- sexual innuendo
- The version on Zabagabee is supposedly a remix, but is nearly identical to the original mix, so no notations are given in the playlists to differentiate. Presumably the Zabagabee mix was used for all plays from November, 1987 - August, 1997.
Also credited as:
- The Bore Brothers (and many other aliases on The Dinosaur Album)
- Barnes & Barnes w/ Sulu
- Barnes & Barnes w/ Friends
- Barnes & Barnes, w/ Friends
- Mick Gwynne & The Pettycoats
- Barns & Barns
- Art Barnes (Bill Mumy)
- Artie Barnes (Robert Haimer)
interesting facts (click to see playlist of show on which fact was mentioned, if applicable):
- Their best-known song, "Fish Heads", is one of the most requested songs in the history of the show.
- In the late 1970s and early 1980s, they appeared regularly as sidekicks on the live KMET version of "The Dr. Demento Show".
- One of their trademarks is ending their songs with "Yeah".
- The first Barnes & Barnes recording session was held December 26, 1970.
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* Note that it may be available on other releases or formats than are listed, and some releases listed may not be currently available. Generally the first release is listed, along with a commonly available release (for items that aren't out of print), and any Dr. Demento compilations on which it has appeared. Albums may be out of print in their original format but still available in another format. We suggest checking various online stores or the artist's web site (if applicable) to determine current availability.