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The Dr. Demento Show #92-07 - February 16, 1992

Special Topic: happy songs for hard times (mad music about money and the lack of it, including a few rarities from that first Great Depression in the 1930s)

I'll Be Mellow When I'm Dead (original demo version) - "Weird Al" Yankovic
Dial "1" For Help - The Royal Canadian Air Farce
Department Store - Shelley Berman
Black & White - Whimsical Will

Great Green Gobs (w/ intro) - Penn Jillette
You People Are Fat (edit at end) - The Frantics
I'm Too Chubby - John Mammoser
Kill A Cat - Glenn Super

Let's Do It - Rudy Vallee
Let's Do Something Cheap And Superficial - Burt Reynolds
Banana Love - The Bobs
I Love Lucy - Desi Arnaz
The Unreleased She Loves You (Inspired By Dr Strangelove) - Peter Sellers

Entering Marion - John Forster
Lakeside Trailer Park - Country Dick Montana
Monkey Motel - Scott Laningham
They're Coming To Get Me Again, Ha Haaa - Napoleon XIV
The Jackson Family - John Mammoser

Prosperity Is Just Around Which Corner? - Carson Robison Trio
Brother, Can You Spare A Dime? - Bing Crosby
Busted - Ray Charles
Now's The Time To Fall In Love - Dick Robertson

Happy Days Are Here Again (excerpt) - Leo Reisman
Depression Medley:

Money - Big Jim Buchanan
Daddy's Money - Ogden Edsl Wahalia Blues Ensemble Mondo Bizzario Band
Money Song - Monty Python

Basically Frightened - Col. Bruce Hampton
I've Got Two Legs - Monty Python
#5 Silicon Slim - John Forster
#4 Smart Girls - Brian Wilson

#3 Sister Mary Elephant - Cheech & Chong
#2 Moose In My House - Scott Laningham
#1 7-Eleven - Led Slurpee

[Thanks to Tom McCown for providing this playlist]