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The Best Of Dr. Demento #XM-95

March 19, 2005 - 12m ET (XM channel 151, mono, Saturday night); March 20, 2005 - 12m ET (XM channel 40, stereo, Sunday night)

originally broadcast as The Dr. Demento Show #05-09 - February 27, 2005

Special Topic: science

Junk Food Junkie - Larry Groce
Fit Or Fat (excerpt with "Fat As I Am") - Bette Midler
I Wanna Kiss Her - Tim Cavanagh
Three Idiots I - Kevyn Dymond
My Clone Is An Idiot - Prof. Zounds

We Didn't Start The 80s (studio version) - Gordon & Phirm
The Times They Haven't Changed Much - Loose Bruce Kerr
Demented News With Whimsical Will

The Robot Cat - Logan Whitehurst & The Junior Science Club
Speed Racer - original cartoon theme
Slow Talkers Of America - Bob & Ray
Rappin' Duke - Rappin' Duke (Shawn Brown)

Backyard Wrestler Guy - Wally Pleasant
Colorado Cool-Aid - Johnny Paycheck
A Victim Of Gravity - The Tokens

Why Does The Sun Shine? (The Sun Is A Mass Of Incandescent Gas) - They Might Be Giants
By Rocket To The Moon (edit) - The Raymond Scott Quintet & The Gene Lowell Chorus
Mr. Wizard And Timmy - Stevens & Grdnic
Frozen Embryos - 3 Guys From Hollywood
Biotech Fantasy - Robin Nakkula

Technical Writer - Steve Goodie
The Standard Metric System - Logan Whitehurst & The Jr. Science Club
Political Science - Randy Newman
The Richter Scale - Quidnuncs
The Volcano Song - Logan Whitehurst & The Junior Science Club
The Elements (live) - Tom Lehrer

#5 Eskimo - Corky & The Juice Pigs
#4 F. People - Ookla The Mok

#3 Stealing Like A Hobbit - the great Luke Ski
#2 Jedi Mind Trick - Ethan Lipton

#1 Army Careers - The Frantics
next week: Easter; a little interview with the man who wrote and sang our most requested song of 2004