Welcome to the official online archive of The Dr. Demento Show!

Here you can browse our archives, which range from last week all the back to 1970! A new episode is added each Saturday morning, and older items are added to the archives each Sunday evening.

You may purchase any stream in mono, or the current episode in high quality stereo. Or, join the Demento Online Club for access to *all* episodes in high quality! To become a member, click here!

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(Please note that you are not purchasing a download but a single performance which is streamed to your computer.
Any offers mentioned in older shows are null and void at this point.)

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Please be aware that some of the older shows although available in high quality format may have less then stellar sound quality due to the age and quality of the original recording. Also, while most shows are stereo for D.O.C. members, a few shows are only available in mono (as indicated).


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CHRISTMAS 06 #4: It's our final Christmas show of 2006, and I think you'll agree we saved the best for last! Brand new demented discs mix with some of our most cherished Christmas oldies. "How Did This Thing Get In Me" by Mary & The Magi is the most imaginative and colorful (and, likely, accurate) new version of the original Christmas story I've heard in years. "Santa's EMail From Nigeria" by Dr. Elmo is another dandy new wrinkle. You'll chuckle at two (almost) forgotten 1950s knockoffs of the Chipmunk Song, not to mention Canned Heat's rare 1968 collaboration with the legendary rodents themselves. Actor Dave Coulier's 1980s "Cartoons Christmas" is a rare find. Stan Freberg's "Christmas Dragnet," Cheech & Chong's "Santa Claus and his Old Lady" and Basil Rathbone's radiant reading of "The Night Before Christmas" help to make the season right. Dec 24, 2006
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(Added Dec 25, 2006)
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