The first part of the 37th issue of Cracked from July 1964.
Cover, as almost always, by John Severin.
On the contents page, it says “What's Up Front”:
”We have the real Beatles and they are rock 'n' rolling all over the meadow as you can see... Even the ants seem to have ants in their pants... Yeah, Yeah, Yeah!!! Everybody is going 'bugs' over the new sound in music...Quick Watson, the FLIT!”
”So you want to be a dee-jay, eh! Read this article and in a short time you will be able to say, 'This record is played for Grace, Mary, Tom, Irv, Mike, Sam, Zelda, Liz, Gus, and Alice!' and 'The next song is LET'S ROCK AROUND THE LAUNDROMAT, BABY!'”
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