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The Dr. Demento Show #12-44 - November 3, 2012

Special Topic: top ten; our very last blast of election songs for 2012

Hurricane Sandy Song - Todd Chappelle [misannounced as Eric Brown]
Noah: Right! - Bill Cosby
The Merry Minuet - The Kingston Trio
Hurricane (background only) - Collins Kids
Window Shopping - Damaskas
Binders Full Of Women - Samuel Stokes
Magnum Style - EggMan
South Park Junkie (2012) - Devo Spice
The Deodorant Song - Ray Stevens
Demented News With Whimsical Will
Your Feet's Too Big - Fats Waller

Lookin' Up My Back Door - The Divine Ms. Butt Meddler
Tableau Of A Bladder Operation - Carel Boomkamp & Denyse Gouarne
Doin' The Incontinence Rag - Too Live Nurse
Dr. Geek (From Tanganyika) - Thurl Ravenscroft
Witch Doctor - The Music Of David Seville
Birth Of The Boogie - Bill Haley & His Comets
The Birth Of The Blues - The Revelers
Mary Had A Little Lamb, etc. - Thomas Mason (St. Louis tinfoil recording, 1878)

Dolph Lundgren - The Barbarellatones
The Ultimate Showdown Of Ultimate Destiny (Dinosaurchestra mix) - Lemon Demon

I Voted For Change, Now All I Got Left Is Change - Buck Truck w/ Mitch Torok
Hit The Road, Barack - Paul Shanklin
Mitt Romney Style -
Nobody To Vote - Steve Goodie
Mitt Romney, Salami (edit) - Three Thieves
I'm Votin' For The Common Man - Charles Lallo
Town Hall Debate Songified - anonymous
Barack Obama Vs. Mitt Romney - Epic Rap Battles Of History
Get Out And Vote (edit) - Johnny Standley w/ Jimmy Sheldon's Orchestra

#10 The One That Doesn't Suck So Bad (That's Who I'm Voting For) - Barry Mitchell
#9 Wreck-It, Wreck-It Ralph - Buckner & Garcia
#8 Election 2012 - Jon Goodman f/ Dickie Goodman
#7 Bulbous Bouffant - Radio Free Vestibule
#6 Touch My Junk - Harry Shearer
#5 They're Coming To Take Me Away, Ha-Haaa! - Napoleon XIV
#4 In The 80s - Devo Spice
#3 Weird Al Yankovic For President - Sneaky Pete
#2 Google - Art Paul Schlosser

#1 We Were Never Ever Actually Together - Eric Schwartz
next week: nonsense & surrealism