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Captain Wayne's Mad Music Show, Episode #66, February 18, 2007
Topic: Fast Food & Restaurants!

This show has 6 parts:


Part 1
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Prisoner Of Funk  [only known play]The Bobs
Animal Crackers In My SoupShirley Temple
Cheeseburger With Parasites  [first known play]Bob Rivers
Satan Gave Me A TacoBeck
Psycho Chicken (bleeped)The Fools
Domino DeathTom Smith
Great Nachos, Great Price  [first known play]Parry Gripp
Part 5
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Taco Grande"Weird Al" Yankovic feat. Cheech Marin
Ding! Fries Are DoneBilly
- with Jukebox Jake
  • Fat Kids
  •   [first known play]
    Hooray For Everything
  • America
  •   [only known play]
    Hooray For Everything
  • LOTR Nude
  •   [only known play]
    Hooray For Everything
    #3SpamMonty Python
    #2Bovines of Mass DestructionRobert Lund
    Part 6
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    #1Alice's Restaurant MassacreeArlo Guthrie
    Next week: Technology!

     

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    Only the second time a song has been number 1 on MMS two different times. (jammin DIA)
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    02/18/07
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    Messages about the show: "Captain Wayne's Mad Music Show, Episode #66, February 18, 2007"

    Captain Wayne   Offline  -  Site Owner  -  02-18-07 08:24 PM  -  15 years ago
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    Text-only playlist:

    www.themadmusicarchive.com/display_txt_playlist.aspx?Show=MMS-66
    Tim P. Ryan   Offline  -  Participant, MP3  -  02-19-07 01:01 PM  -  15 years ago
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    On the KMET 9/9/1973 that some of us have heard in the past, doc mentioned he did not have any beef songs to celebrate the lifting of the Nixon price freeze on beef. Now this show has plenty of beef songs. Its funny to think that all funny beef songs were made in the last 33 & 1/3rd years.

    -Tim
    Dino Flintstone   Offline  -  Participant  -  02-19-07 01:24 PM  -  15 years ago
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    That's why Wendy's came out with the "Where'e the Beef" campaign in the early 80's! (just kidding)

    --- Tim P. Ryan
    On the KMET 9/9/1973 that some of us have heard in the past, doc mentioned he did not have any beef songs to celebrate the lifting of the Nixon price freeze on beef. Now this show has plenty of beef songs. Its funny to think that all funny beef songs were made in the last 33 & 1/3rd years.

    -Tim
    lelkins   Offline  -  Member  -  03-02-07 05:44 PM  -  15 years ago
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    Hmmm... Something wrong with the site, or just my browser? I only see the link to the first section (of six) but see more than that available on the playlist.

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