DR. DEMENTO "GOOSES" MOTHER!
BY DR. DEMENTO
After almost 25 years on the air, I've finally come out
with my first "children's" album. Dr. Demento Gooses
Mother is now available in stores (and, of course, from
the Demento Society) on CD and cassette. The Kid Rhino
release is offered at bargain "super saver"
Dr. Demento Gooses Mother was definitely created
with the proverbial "children of all ages" in mind. It
tells the story of the day Mother Goose herself, along
with Little Bo Peep, Humpty Dumpty, Old King Cole,
Peter Piper, Little Jack Horner, Little Boy Blue and
Mary Mary (quite contrary) all decide to visit me at
the radio studio while I'm doing my show. Suffice to
say Ms. Goose has her hands full trying to keep this
motley crew from trashing the place, not to mention
Along the way we are treated to some marvelous
music, as an amazing array of singers and bands sing
and play familiar Mother Goose rhymes, each in his,
her or their own way. Folk-blues legend Taj Mahal
("the singer, not the building" as Mother Goose
explains) sings the "Funky Bluesy ABC's." Comedian
Johnny Standley does his hilarious dissection of Little
Bo Peep (the rhyme, not the girl). Sixties bubblegum
kings The 1910 Fruitgum Co. do their hit "Simon
Says," and The Monkees' Peter Tork adds his original
nursery rhyme "Peter Percival Patterson's Pet Pig
Porky." Country honky-tonker Hank Thompson sings
"Rub-a-Dub Dub," and Buckwheat Zydeco offers
"Skip To My Blues." We even have a couple of
swinging big band nursery rhymes from Count Basic
and Jimmie Lunceford.
Perhaps the rarest treat of all is "Baa Baa Black Sheep"
by the Singing Sheep. It's been a favorite on the radio
show since 1982, but this is the first time it's ever been
released in the USA.
The project was organized and guided by Robin
Frederick, who recently produced the gold album
Mickey Unrapped for Disney. Wayne Allwine and
Russi Taylor wrote the character dialogue and
provided all the voices (except mine, of course!)
They're all total pros and energetic, humorous people,
and it was an absolute joy to work with them. ("Work"
hardly seems like the right word).
Wayne and Russi, by the way, are also the voices of
Mickey and Minnie Mouse. And here's a little secret:
Wayne was once a member of the 1960s surf/hot rod
band Davie Allan and the Arrows.
This is the first of four Dr. Demento Rhino releases
scheduled for 1995. The Dr. Demento 25th
Anniversary Collection, a 2 CD set, is set for August
along with Dr. Demento's Country Corn. Holidays In
Dementia, with songs for Christmas, Chanukah and
New Year's, is scheduled for September.
NEW DEMENTED DISCS
Unless otherwise mentioned, everything in this column is
available on CD. Some items may also be available on
cassette; write to the individual labels for information.
OGDEN EDSL: Mower of the Ogden Edsl
Featuring Bill Freezer
Ogden Edsl, the Omaha-based music-and-comedy troupe of the
1970s, is best known for "Dead Puppies," one of our all-time
most requested Demented Discs. The original "Puppies" is here
(with a slightly re-edited intro) along with Ogden Edsl's other
hits "Kinko the Clown" and "Daddy's Money." The remaining
tracks are released here for the first time. Many are essentially
Frenzer solo performances, recorded after he relocated to Los
Angeles in the 1980s, while others were made back in
Nebraska with various members of the original group. Frenzer
thinks up some audacious juxtapositions, like "Laughin'
Blues," "Rap Yodeler" and "Idi Amin Meets Eydie Gorme,"
and he makes most of them work. There's enough musical
variety here to satisfy the most eclectic listener, and Frenzer
has the best tenor voice in all of funny-music-land A video of
1970s Ogden Edsl live shows is also available. OGLIO
RECORDS, PO BOX 404, REDONDO BEACH, CA 90277.
PHONE 1-800-COOL CDS.
THE FOREMEN: Sing It Loud!
The Foremen began a few years ago as a novelty act, a living,
breathing, singing, picking replica of those well-scrubbed early
1960s folkie groups that everyone forgot after Dylan went
electric. Roy Zimmerman's original songs slyly satirized both
the 1960s and the 1990s. Then Zimmerman began turning
more and more to contemporary political satire, and all of a
sudden the long-established Capitol Steps have some real
competition. Sing It Loud! is a splendid live recording; titles
include "Hell Froze Over Today," "Don't Vote" and "Russian
Limbaugh." The Foremen were recently signed by Warner-Reprise;
until their Reprise album comes out in September
you can buy the Sing It Loud CD and an earlier tape from THE
FOREMEN, PO BOX 334, PACIFIC PALISADES, CA 90272.
CUB KODA: Abba Dabba Dabba - A Bananza of
"It's obvious that l love a lot of different kinds of music," says
Cub in the liner notes, "so what I want to do now is stretch
the boundaries of so-called roots music as far as I can, while
making it singularly stamped with my own personality."
Since there are few roots musicians around who would or could
stretch those boundaries as far as Cub does, he plays all the
instruments himself. Cub covers every imaginable kind of
groovy old song on this generous 24-track CD, but Abba
Dabba Dabba will surely be best known for one of its four
Koda originals: "Random Drug Testing," AKA "Pee In the
Cup" -- a Leadbelly field holler for the 1990s. SCHOOLKIDS'
RECORDS, 523 E. LIBERTY, ANN ARBOR, MI 48104.
ORDERING INFORMATION: 313-994-8031.
STEVEN BANKS: Songs From The Steven Banks
You may have seen satirist/performance artist Steven Banks'
show on TV recently. Here's a handy CD collection of the
songs he's been writing (and occasionally sending in to the Dr.
Demento Show) over the past ten years or so. "Walt's Song"
muses about the possibility that a cryogenically preserved
Walt Disney will come back to life someday. "Rock n' Roll
R.I.P." makes pithy, trenchant comments about the demises of
various rock stars; there's a new verse about Kurt Cobain on
this version. "I Miss Paul" is sung from the point of view of
John Lennon. The phrase "dark humor" only hints at what lies
between the lines that Banks sings so casually and amiably.
HEADBONE RECORDS, PO BOX 183, MONTROSE, CA
THE RUDY SCHWARTZ PROJECT: Günther
Packs a Stiffy
The R. S. P. is the nom de disque of Joe Newman, who did
most of the writing, playing and singing on these 20 energetic
tracks. One of them is a sly, touching tribute to Frank Zappa,
and fans of 1970s-era FZ will no doubt enjoy much of
Newman's satiric, sardonic humor -- check out "Yodelin'
Satan" on this CD. But whereas Zappa raised himself on
1950s R&B and avant-garde classical, Newman is into trash
TV, cartoon soundtracks, weird movies, Yee-Hah cawntry...and
nasty language; "Enhanced Florence Henderson" is one of the
few cuts I can play on the radio. SEELAND RECORDS, 2608
62ND AVE. NW, OLYMPIA, WA 98502. Seeland also offers a
variety of CD's and other artifacts by Negativland, the Firesign
Theatre of the 21st century; write for a catalog.
Mike Condello Presents WALLACE & LADMO'S
From the 1950s to the 1970s, most American cities had live
local television shows primarily designed for children, often
secretly enjoyed by former children as well -- the sort of show
that inspired Michael Richards' part in "Weird Al" Yankovic's
UHF. If you were a kid in Phoenix during those years, you
watched the Wallace & Ladmo Show. In the 1960s, a young
man named Mike Condello wrote and performed many musical
numbers for Wallace & Ladmo, 28 of which are brought back
from limbo on this CD. You definitely don't have to have
grown up in Phoenix to enjoy this; the numerous Beatle
parodies such as "Obese Man" and "A Day On the Tube" are
especially delightful. EPIPHANY, 910 S. HOHOKAM DR.,
#101, TEMPE, AZ 85281.
PAUL ANDERSON: Loligo Vulgaris (cassette
This is the tape containing "Microsoft Word," the "Wild
World" parody which has now gotten more requests than any
other song about computers I've ever played. Many of these
songs were written while Anderson was a student at Reed
College in Portland, Oregon, and they nicely reflect the feel
and spirit of the place where I was a student some years earlier.
It's real-life college humor, not the kind force-fed to you by the
mass media. PAUL ANDERSON, ROACH MOTEL RECORDS,
5440 SE 41ST AVE. PORTLAND, OR 97202.
THE ARROGANT WORMS: Russell's Shorts
This young Canadian trio's second CD of humorous songs
contains that stirring rouser for vegetable-rights activists
"Carrot Juice Is Murder," and other zingers like "Big Fat Road
Manager," "William Shakespeare's In My Cat" and "Losing
Hair Under God." The Wonms' PG-rated satire doesn't make
many waves, but it's cleverly written for the most part,
convincingly performed and often quite funny. Like their first
CD (also very nice. a little more specifically Canadian-oriented)
it's available from THE ARROGANT WORMS, PO
BOX 19022, 4TH AVENUE POSTAL OUTLET, VANCOUVER,
BC V6K 4R8, CANADA.
Also heard on the Dr. Demento Show:
"Date Rape" by SUBLIME. This band's music has been
described as "grunge-reggae." Their 21-track CD also includes a
cover of "Smoke Two Joints." SKUNK RECORDS, 203
ARGONNE, #202, LONG BEACH, CA 90803.
"Runnin' With a Fork In My Mouth" by THE NEW
DUNCAN IMPERIALS. Humor abounds in the rowdy,
irreverent cowpunk of this trio, named after a yo-yo.
Loserville and other CD's available from PRAVDA RECORDS
3823 NO. SOUTHPORT, CHICAGO, IL 60613.
"Too Many Restaurants" by DAVID KLEINER. Rhymes
With Diner and another CD are available from DAVID
KLEINER, 32 WILLIAMSON AVE., BLOOMFIELD, NJ 07003.
"Everything Reminds Me Of My Therapist" by NANCY
TUCKER. From the CD Treasures From the Attic. COLLIE-FLOWER
RECORDS, PO BOX 186, BLOOMFIELD, CT 06002.
"The Shameful Ballad of Lijah, the Precocious Orchard Queen"
by DON WHITE. From his CD Two Vagabonds In Disguise.
MELVILLE PARK STUDIO, 115 CENTRAL AVE., BOSTON,
"Name Dropper" by STEVE KEHELA is on 7307 Melrose
Avenue, a CD of comedy sketches by members of The
Groundlings, a long-running L.A. improv comedy troupe.
AMUSYA RECORDS, PO BOX 2335, VENICE, CA 90294.
"Turboyeast" by COSY SHERIDAN and "Blow 'Em Away"
by CHUCK BRODSKY are on CD's by those artists available
from WATERBUG RECORDS, PO BOX 6605, EVANSTON, IL
60204. (Also worth hearing: the song "Balls" on a CD by the
label's owner, Andrew Calhoun).
"Talking Seattle Grunge Rock Blues" and "My Generation
(Part 2) by TODD SNIDER are on his MCA CD Songs For
the Daily Planet, available in most stores. ("Talking Seattle"
is a "hidden track" not mentioned on the packaging; it plays
after track 12).
Oral Hygiene: Nula Verba Obscenitus and Downwind From
Your Stinkin Heart, two collections of a cappella duet humor
by MR. ELK AND MR. SEAL, previously available on
cassette only, are now out on CD. T-BIRD, 3125 HOLMES
AVE. SO. #302, MINNEAPOLIS, MN 55409.
CORRECTION: The CD We're Rockin' In the Rest Home
In the Year 2030 by PAT SOJOURNER is available fron
FODDERLESS MUSIC, PO BOX 13553, SACRAMENTO, CA
95853. An incorrect box number appears on some copies of
the song listing for Dr. Demento's Basement Tapes No. 3.
DR. DEMENTO'S BASEMENT TAPES
Nos. 1 & 2 are still available on CD to members
of the Demento Society. If you joined recently, or if
you now have a CD player that you didn't have when
you joined, don't miss this chance to complete your
collection! Supplies are limited. You must be a
member of the Society to purchase these CD's. Price
is $9.98 each plus shipping charge. Use our handy
BASEMENT TAPES NO. 1
1 - IT'S ALIVE - Bobby (Boris) Pickett
2 - ORAL HYGEINE - Mr. Elk & Mr. Seal
3 - THE SMALLEST THING KNOWN TO MAN - Lorne Elliott
4 - THE BABY ZONE - Glenn Super
5 - MOOSE IN MY HOUSE - Scott Laningham
6 - IN 1492 COLUMBUS SAILED THE OCEAN BLUES - Tim Cavanagh
7 - BOOGER ON MY BEER MUG - Sneaky Pete
8 - HANGOVER - Krypton
9 - SHE GRABBED MY COCONUTS - Barry & the Bookbinders
10 - TAKE ME OUT TO THE BALL GAME - Palm Springs Yacht Club
11 - MY DOG ATE NOLAN RYAN - Scary Gary Alan
12 - BALLAD OF WOODY & MIA - Loose Bruce Kerr
13 - I LOVE YOU - Jim Fontano
14 - BABY I'M DEAD - Mike Toomey
15 - MUTANT COWS - The Dyzmals
16 - LATE BLOOMER - Lauren Mayer
17 - THEY DONT WEAR PANTS IN THE SOUTHERN PART OF FRANCE -
18 - SUSHI BABY - Bianca Bob & Flystrip
19 - ROAD KILL - Milo Tremley
20 - MRS. FLETCHER (Help Me, I've Fallen) -- Slant 6 & the Jumpstarts
21 - RUDY RUDY - Harry Jeremy
22 - FREEZE DRIED FIDO - Joe Keefe
23 - WHITE SPOTS - Jesse Goldberg
24 - THE YUM YUM TREE - Tom Dark
25 - A TERRORIST CHRISTMAS - James & Kling
26 - I WANT A PART TIME GIRL FOR CHRISTMAS - Howie Nave
BASEMENT TAPES NO. 2
1. WHEN I WAS A DINOSAUR - Trout Fishing In America
2. HAPPY BIRTHDAY - "Weird Al" Yankovic
3. HIGH SCHOOL GYM - Barnes & Barnes with SuLu
4. ESKIMO - Corky and the Juice Pigs
5. I WANNA FRIED PIE - Dick Price
6. DOG WITH PLASTIC STOMACH - The Yuh-uh-uh-uhs
7. GIANT SPIDERS - Joe & Sharon Keefe
8. WE EAT KITTY CATS - The Defectives
9. STRIP NAKED YOU SWEET MAGGOT - The Rudy Schwartz Project
10. B.A.R.F. CONSTRUCTION - Doo-doo Wah
11. DISCO TOILET - Hersh & Chipkin
12. BAD HAIRCUT - Wally Pleasant
13. A TRIP TO JURASSIC PARK - Whimsical Will
14. I GOT A CODE IN MY DOSE - Rosetta Duncan
15. DWARF TOSSIN' - Bouquet of Veal
16. 18 WHEELS LATER - Barry & the Bookbinders
17. P. C. (Politically Correct) - John Kunich
18. CRAZY - Ace T. & the Hindenburg Ground Crew
19. THE RAG RAG - Boogerman
20. BEER GUT - Da Yoopers
21. GET DRUNK WITH DIGNITY - Tim Cavanagh
22. THORAZINE SHUFFLE - Modern Entertainment
23. AN AXL CHRISTMAS - Sponge Awareness Foundation
24. LET'S ALL GET DEMENTED - Ivor Biggun
25. AINT WE CRAZY - Haywire Mac
We still have a few No. 2 cassettes - $9.98.
DR. DEMENTO BOX SET
We still have a very few copies of the boxed set of six
vinyl LP's, DR. DEMENTO PRESENTS THE
GREATEST NOVELTY RECORDS OF ALL TIME,
originally released by Rhino in 1985.
Each set is INDIVIDUALLY AUTOGRAPHED AND
NUMBERED BY DR. DEMENTO, and contains a big
12x12 booklet with almost 100 photos and Dr. D's
notes about all the songs and artists.
Act now - when they're gone, they're gone!
Price is $49.98, plus shipping.
WORSE THAN SLIME
We've sold hundreds of these out-of-print CD's, but
we'll be running out very soon. This is your last
chance to own such nuggets as "2 Hot 4 U Part 2" by
Barry and the Bookbinders, "Teenage Romance" by
Stuart Paul, "Anchovy Pizza" by The Downloaders,
"Touch Yourself" by Barnes & Barnes, "I Wish I Was a
Comic Book" by Wild Man Fischer, "Dr. D" by The
Utensils and the Doctor's own "Astrology Rap." Only
$9.98 plus shipping.
THE SPIKE JONES ANTHOLOGY
"Musical Depreciation Revue"
The Doctor himself personally compiled and wrote
notes for this 2-CD treasure chest of Spike Jones' 40
greatest recordings. 2 CD's - $27.98. 32-track double
cassette package - $17.98. Add shipping charges.
ALL I WANT FOR CHRISTMAS IS MY TWO FRONT TEETH / APRIL SHOWERS /
BARNEY GOOGLE / BLACK BOTTOM / BY THE BEAUTIFUL SEA / CHLOE /
CLINK CLINK, ANOTHER DRINK / COCKTAILS FOR TWO / DANCE OF THE
HOURS / DER FUEHRER'S FACE / THE GLOW-WORM / HAWAIIAN WAR
CHANT / HOTCHA CORNIA / I'M IN THE MOOD FOR LOVE / I ONLY HAVE
EYES FOR YOU / I WENT TO YOUR WEDDING / JONES POLKA / THE LATE
LATE LATE MOVIES, PART II / LEAVE THE DISHES IN THE SINK, MA /
LIEBESTRAUM / LOVE IN BLOOM / THE MAN ON THE FLYING TRAPEZE / MY
OLD FLAME / NONE BUT THE LONELY HEART / PAL-YAT-CHEE / RHAPSODY
FROM HUNGER(Y) / THE SHIEK OF ARABY / THAT OLD BLACK MAGIC /
WILD BILL HICCUP / WILLIAM TELL OVERTURE / YA WANNA BUY A BUNNY
/ YOU ALWAYS HURT THE ONE YOU LOVE / Following on CD only: BLACK &
BLUE DANUBE WALTZ / HAPPY NEW YEAR / HOLIDAY FOR STRINGS / ILL
BARKIO / LAURA / MORPHEUS / SECRET LOVE / YES! WE HAVE NO
DEMENTO SOCIETY NEWS BACK ISSUES
We have the following issues in stock at press time:
Vol. 2 #2 (Monty Python, "Life with Dr. Demento" by "Mrs.
Vol. 3 #1 ("Collecting Cassettes," 1989 new releases)
Vol. 3 #2 (Moving Day in Dementia, 1990 new releases)
Vol. 4 #1 (Dr D's 20th Anniversary Tour)
#101 (1991-92 new releases)
#102 (Who's Whimsical Will, 1993 new releases)
#103 (Frank Zappa 1940-1993, late 1993 releases)
#104 (1994 new releases, Words from Whimsical Will)
The price is just $1.00 per issue, plus $1.00 PER
ORDER for postage and handling. No shipping
charge if ordered with CD's, T-shirts, etc.
WHEN ORDERING FROM THE DEMENTO
PLEASE ALLOW 6 TO 8 WEEKS FOR THE
PROCESSING AND SHIPPING OF YOUR
ORDER. THANK YOU!
We welcome suggestions for future
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the last Demento Society News you will receive. RENEW
NOW and get the 1995 membership package -- our best one
yet! You get a full color membership card and button, an
all-new bumper sticker, a special 20th Anniversary press kit
with vintage stories about the Doctor, a new 8x10 glossy
photo (personally autographed with your name by the Doctor,
as always) and BASEMENT TAPES No. 3, which
includes 1994's most requested song "Down With V. E. G."
along with "God Told Me to Rob the 7-11," "Bald Guys," a
previously unreleased "Weird Al" Yankovic demo and our
complete closing theme song. And we'll keep these newsletters
coming to let you know about all the new Demented Discs. A
year's membership in the Society is only $15.95 postpaid ($21
outside the USA).
YOU CAN RENEW YOUR MEMBERSHIP AT
ANY TIME and get the complete 1995 package now. An
additional year will be added to the membership you already
IF YOU HAVE RENEWED RECENTLY, disregard
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Dear Whimsical Will: Is Mimi a real person? Does
she know how funny she is? -Jeff Morris,
Many Dementites have asked me about Mimi, a
featured player on my weekly Demented News
reports. A former nun from Waterloo, Iowa, Thelma
"Mimi" Beaty is, indeed, a real person, who recently
celebrated her 92nd birthday.
Eternally youthful at heart, Mimi and I were best
playmates throughout my childhood. Her radio
"career" began involuntarily in 1982 when I barged
into her Hollywood apartment with my tape recorder
and fed her lines to Frank and Moon Zappa's "Valley
Girl." The result was "Valley Old Lady," which
enjoyed a couple of plays on the Dr. Demento Show,
and sparked a long series of audio and video
recording sessions with Mimi.
Although much of Mimi's nonsense patter is scripted,
her best and most hilarious work results when she
"runs with it" through improvisation and spontaneous
reaction. And no, Mimi has no idea how funny she is.
In fact, she cringes at the sound of her own voice on
Dear WW: What was your first exposure to
Dementia? -Carissa Seltrecht, Center Point, IA
My introduction to Mad Music and Crazy Comedy
came many years before I joined the cast of the show
A record collector since the age of 16 months when I
first switched on my "Beany & Cecil" record player, I
"inherited" many of my parents' comedy albums,
including records by Allan Sherman, Bob Newhart
and Stan Freberg, At the age of four, I stumbled upon
Tom Lehrer's 1953 10" LP, Songs By Tom Lehrer.
Hearing that album clinched it for me. Lehrer remains
my favorite "demented" artist to this day.
Dear WW: I heard Dr. Demento mention that you
work at Disneyland. What do you do there? -Robble
Michel, Evansville, IN
I work in the Attractions Division of the
Adventureland/New Orleans Square/Critter Country
area of the Park. This includes such adventures as
Pirates of the Caribbean, the Haunted Mansion, Splash
Mountain and the brand-new Indiana Jones: Temple
Of the Forbidden Eye.
During my eight years at Disneyland, I've had the
pleasure of meeting many Dementites and Dementoids
who have tracked me down there. Just the other day, a
fellow introduced himself as a Navy man and loyal
listener to the show -- in the Philippines, over Armed
Be sure and look me up when you visit "The Happiest
Place On Earth!"
DR. DEMENTO'S FUNNY 25
1. DOWN WITH V. E. G. - The Amazing Onionheads
2. HEADLINE NEWS - "WeirdAl" Yankovic
3. HITTIN' BEDROCK- Whimsical Will
4. GOD TOLD ME TO ROB THE 7-11 - Dick Price
5. FRANK'S 2000-INCH TV - "Weird Al" Yankovic
6. THRILL SEEKER - Fred Stoller
7. NO, I DON'T WANNA DO DAT - The Happy Schnapps
8. LUNCHLADY LAND - Adam Sandler
9. DEAD PUPPIES - Ogden Edsl
10. A TRIP TO JURASSIC PARK - Whimsical Will
11. BEDROCK ANTHEM - "Weird Al" Yankovic
12. DE TURDY POINT BUCK - Bananas At Large
13. FISH HEADS - Barnes & Barnes
14. SQUIRRELS - Beastly Boys
15. Tl KWAN LEEP/BOOT TO THE HEAD - The Frantics
16. WAY DOWN DEEP (you're shallow) - John Forster
17. WET DREAM - Kip Addotta
18. WEENIE WACKER - The Therapy Sisters
19. STRESS - Jim Infantino
20. PENCIL NECK GEEK - Fred Blassie
21. IT'S TIME FOR KILLIN' BARNEY - Capitol Steps
22. DO THE PICARD - Rusty Humphries & the Bone-Heads
23. EXISTENTIAL BLUES - Tom "T-Bone" Stankus
24. MOOSE TURD PIE - Utah Phillips
25. CHRISTMAS AT GROUND ZERO - "Weird Al"
DO YOU HAVE FUNNY SONGS IN YOUR HEAD?
Dr. Demento is eager to listen to original songs or parodies
for possible use on the show.
Send your songs on cassette, CD, DAT, reel-to-reel or vinyl to
DR. DEMENTO, PO BOX 884, CULVER CITY, CA 90232
Please allow several weeks --
Dr. Demento listens to all items personally.
(Please do not send song lyrics alone -- the Doctor can only
use material in recorded form).
IF THE DR. DEMENTO SHOW IS NO
LONGER HEARD IN YOUR AREA...
WRITE to the PROGRAM DIRECTOR at one or more of
the stations you listen to and say how much you'd like
to hear the show. (A letter is more effective than a
phone call). If the show was heard on a particular
station until recently, be sure to write that station.
GET YOUR FRIENDS TO WRITE LETTERS TOO.
Get a bunch of them to sign a petition! Many radio
executives are simply not aware how many people
enjoy Mad Music and Crazy Comedy. Let 'em know!
The Doctor thanks vou.
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