Here are two shockingly raw cut-ins from before the 1976 election. The great thing here is that, unlike all the later novelty records, the word "peanut" only gets mentioned once! (Listen for the Henry Kissinger character.) One early Jimmy Carter media scandal at play here is his apparent admission in a Playboy interview that he "lusted after hundreds of women."
At this point the Iranians had not yet taken American hostages, and nobody knew about Billy.
In case you don't know what a cut-in record is, it's when the DJ pretends to have an interview with a famous figure, whose answers are all given in the form of audio samples of lines from hit songs.
Bonus points: Name the songs that appear in BOTH of these cut-ins! There are at least three.
Road Hog And The Neon Cactus
"The Presidential Debate"
What a great band name! You wish it was a lost psychedelic masterpiece.
You'll notice this "song" was "written" by Don Imus. All these popular song samples? This thing is a copyright nightmare. Perhaps the only thing that could save them is the de minimis doctrine ("we only used a tiny bit!"). And you can't spell "Don Imus" without "De Minimis".
If you want to really go wild, play them both at the same time!
Super Stu / Allen Dennis & The Disco Turkeys
"The Great Debate"
Band name: they should've just dropped "Allen Dennis" and gone with SUPER STU & THE DISCO TURKEYS.