Dr. Demento is nationally renowned for his weekly two-hour radio festival of mad music and crazy comedy heard on well over 100 stations coast to coast. It’s a free-wheeling unpredictable mix of music and comedy. The Doctor plays new funny songs sent in by amateur and professional singers and comedians.
The first three hours of the program included various records, not always funny but always interesting, the last hour devoted to the “top 10” where you’d hear such classic recordings as “Star Drek,” “Pencil-Neck Geek,” “Dead Puppies,” “Shaving Cream,” “Fish Heads,” and many more.
He remained at KMET until the station changed formats in early 1987.
NOTE: I have had very little luck locating any Dr. Demento off-air recordings.
Frank Gallop - The Ballad Of Irving (1966)
Second Week of Deer Camp-Da Yoopers
Wet Dream - Kip Addotta
Tom Lehrer - Pollution - with intro
Wappin By Elmer Fudd
99 dead baboons
"Weird Al" Yankovic - I Lost On Jeopardy
Vanna, Pick Me a Letter
SILICON VALLEY GUY
Homecoming Queen's got a gun (Unedited!!!)
Barnes & Barnes - Fish Heads
The Fools - Psycho Chicken (1980)
Kinko the Clown
I'd rather have a bottle in front of me (than a frontal lobotomy)
Cheech & Chong - Earache My Eye
Sister Mary Elephant
KMET FM Dr. Demento "Chicken Dick's Chicken Sticks " Radio Comedy
Punk Polka by The Toons
Stairway to Gilligan's Island
Shaving Cream Song
Dr Demento Halloween Special 1986
The Cockroach That Ate Cincinnati
The Fools - Life Sucks, Then You Die (Enhanced Audio)
Dr. Demento Top 10- KMET August 18, 1974 part 1 of 2