pixelene: (Sleep Walking Zombies)
Hey guys! Remember this thing?

This weekend Dr. Demento played "Sleep Walking Zombies" on his show!!!!

And it was in the (supposedly) coveted 2nd set!

Wouldn't it be neat if I actually have a song on the Funny Five for the first time ever? You can make it happen!

If you’d like for the good Doctor to play the song again, then I encourage you to submit a REQUEST for him to play it again! You can do so at the show’s official request page, http://www.clamhead.com/drd.php. You can also request by emailing drdemento@drdemento.com, calling the request line 562-ODD-TUNE, or you can snail mail them at: The Dr. Demento Show, P.O. Box 884, Culver City, CA 90232. If you’d like to hear "The Dr. Demento Show", you can listen to them (for a measly $2 an episode) at the show’s official website, http://www.drdemento.com - this should include this weekend's show as of tomorrow!

I really do strongly encourage you guys to check out the show online, as that appears to be the best chance of saving the show from extinction right now. I am planning to do this myself on a weekly basis (even if I can't really sit down and listen, I'll have it on somewhere at some point in time every week).

Also, help me come up with an idea of something special I can do to show my gratitude to Erin Jane Sherlock. :)
<pixelene> Hehe. He said "A tiny song, a clean song, and a WRONG song, coming up..."
<pixelene> Yay!!!
<pixelene> He mentioned Possible Oscar, and that we both have new CDs, then he mentioned Happy Ranch, and my "website"
<pixelene> and he spelled out my name and everything. :D

Hey guys, if you'd like to hear Dr. Demento play "What's Wrong With This Song?" by Carrie Dahlby and Possible Oscar again, you can go here to request to hear it again:


Please don't request it more often than once a week. (I'm looking at you, [profile] bradwinkle!)

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