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Dr. Demento Covered in Punk

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Hour 2: Track 13

Punk Rock Girl

Performed by PHILLY BOY ROY

Originally performed by The Dead Milkmen from their 1988 album "Beelzebubba"

Produced by John Plymale, Brian Dennis & Jon Wurster

 

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Hour 2: Track 14

Lydia, The Tattooed Lady

Performed by THE DEAD MILKMEN

Originally performed by Groucho Marx from the 1939 film "At the Circus"

Arranged and Produced by The Dead Milkmen

 

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Hour 2: Track 16

Me and My ****

Performed by CAROLINE & THE TREATS

Originally performed by Suzie Seacell from the 1979 album "The Rhino Brothers' Circus Royale"

Produced by Morten Henriksen

 

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Hour 2: Track 17

Monster

Performed by NOBUNNY

Originally performed by Fred Schneider from his 1984 album "Fred Schneider and the Shake Society"

 

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Hour 2: Track 19

My Guitar Wants To Kill Your Mama

Performed by THE MEATMEN

Originally performed by Frank Zappa and The Mothers of Invention from his 1970 album "Weasels Ripped My Flesh"

Produced by Tony Hamera

 

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Hour 2: Track 21

Monster Mash

Performed by THE KIDS OF WIDNEY HIGH

Originally performed by Bobby "Boris" Pickett from his 1962 album "The Original Monster Mash"

 

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Hour 2: Track 23

The Cockroach That Ate Cincinnati

Performed by THE MISFITS

Originally performed by Rose and the Arrangement from 1974 and featured on the 1975 album "Dr. Demento's Delights"

Produced by Ed Stasium & John Cafiero

 

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Hour 2: Track 25

Pico and Sepulveda

Performed by OSAKA POPSTAR

Originally performed by Freddy Martin and his Orchestra. Composed by Eddie Maxwell and Jules Styne from their 1947 single from Ambassador Records

Produced by John Cafiero

 

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Hour 2: Track 27

Beat on the Brat

Performed by "WEIRD AL" YANKOVIC

Originally performed by The Ramones from their 1976 album "Ramones"

Produced and arranged by John Cafiero

 

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Hour 2: Track 28

Shaving Cream

(Reprise w/ Traditional Lyrics)

Performed by UNCLE FLOYD & OOGIE

Originally performed by Paul Wynn for the 1946 Bell's Cocktail Party Songs label of the same name

Produced by John Cafiero

 

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Hour 2: Track 31

Cheerio, Cherry Lips, Cheerio

Performed by "Uncle Floyd" Vivino

Originally performed by Scrappy Lambert from the 1929 RCA label of the same name

Produced by John Cafiero

 

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