Permit me to share both sides of a record from 1991, showcasing a couple of the era's "novelty" rock bands. The single is Blobs Vol. 2, on the Way Out label. I bought it at Academy in Brooklyn. Enjoy!
The Squirrels, founded in Seattle in 1984, were active with varying lineups including until 2009 -- they were backed by the Young Fresh Fellows for a brief time. Their songs were always radically-reimagined covers, which often combined elements of a few different well-known tunes. My favorite part of this three-tiered one comes in the middle, with their weird and joyful version of "Seasons in the Sun" featuring a little kid guest vocalist. The rest of it is pretty good too.
The other band are the Show Business Giants from British Columbia. The S.B.G.s have what I deem a great website, and also had a couple of good tracks on this record: "All Night Man" and "You're a Leper." The former is especially noteworthy for rhyming "agenda" with "pudenda." On their side of the insert sheet, there is writing by the band members about a fictional condiment supplier named Uncle Wes who changed their lives for the better.