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From: Annie Sattler <annie@nevada.edu>

The Dr. Demento Show #88-23 - June 5, 1988

Special Topic: disco

Toot, Toot, Tootsie (Good-bye) - Mel Blanc
Prim, The Safe Coffee - Mary Elizabeth Williams & Gregory Glaser w/ Tom Lewis
Good Old Days - "Weird Al" Yankovic
Gumball Wizard (live in studio from show #102, 1976) - Brad Stanfield
Little Toot - MacLean & MacLean
You Always Poke My Eye - Bud LaTour

The Man On The Flying Trapeze - Spike Jones & His City Slickers
My Friend Jason - The Five Dementians
Big Ron - Mark Haen & John Day
Nixon In '88 - Jon Sirkis

Parents Just Don't Understand - D.J. Jazzy Jeff & The Fresh Prince
Daddy's Money - Ogden Edsl Wahalia Blues Ensemble Mondo Bizzario Band
Domination Pizza - Ron Soergel & Michelle Powell
Metal Head - Blotto

The Pirate Song (I Want To Sing And Dance) - Ray Stevens
A Clean Song - Oscar Brand w/ Dave Sear
Disco Duck (Part I) - Rick Dees & His Cast of Idiots

Disco Tech - Homemade Theatre
Disco Boy - Frank Zappa
Disco Sucks - Chuck Wagon & The Wheels

Disco's Dead - S.G.A.B. From The Planet Zed
Do You Think I'm Disco? - Steve Dahl & Teenage Radiation
Dancin' Fool - Frank Zappa

Disco Toilet - Hersh & Chipkin
#5 Spock Rap - Neural Paralyzers
#4 Star Trekkin' (simulated Canadian single edit) - The Firm

#3 The Contra Rap - Rich Little
#2 Homecoming Queen's Got A Gun - Julie Brown

#1 Lasagna - "Weird Al" Yankovic

next week: beer

NOTE: Copies of the LP's for this show were originally sent out with side 3 (1st half of 2nd hour, in this case the disco segments) mispressed with side 3 from last week's show (88-22), which featured an interview with The Bobs. Replacement discs containing just side 3 were later sent out.