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 high quality, or join the Demento Online Club to get the new episode automatically every week, plus 3 credits for episodes of your choice from the archives! 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, a few shows are only available in mono (as indicated).
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CHRISTMAS #1 0848: And awaaaay we go with our first Christmas spectacular for 2008. New and inspired songs, old and desired songs, stacks & stacks of 'em piled up every which way under our virtual radio Christmas tree. Everything we love about Christmas, and everything we hate, it's all here, and so is the Top Ten for November.
I want to especially point out our x-rated, yes, that's X-RATED bonus segment, filled with some of the most outrageously irreverent holiday songs ever made! Be forewarned...lots of four-letter words and generally disgusting grossness. We've put it at the very end of our stream, making it easier for parents and others not inclined to listen to such things to turn it off without missing such gems as "An Axl Christmas" (in honor of the long-delayed Guns 'n Roses album), "I Want A Hippopotamus For Christmas" and "Kung Pao Buckaroo Holiday" (an ode to political incorrectness). Nov 30, 2008
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(Added Dec 1, 2008)