Bloodhound Gang

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Bloodhound Gang Biography

The Alternative-Rock act Bloodhound Gang formed in the early '90s in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania USA, where frontman Jimmy Pop and guitarist Lüpüs Thünder released various demos and 1994's independent EP "Dingleberry Haze" .

Embracing a variety of styles from Rap to Punk, the duo created enough buzz to attract the attention of Columbia Records who released their debut full-length disc, "Use Your Fingers" in July 1995, but unfortunately they were soon dropped from the label.
After recruiting bassist Evil Jared Hasselhoff, DJ Q-Ball and drummer Spanky G, the group recorded "One Fierce Beer Coaster" and eventually hooked up with Geffen, who released their second album in late 1996; it included the single "Fire Water Burn" which crashed into The Modern Rock chart peaking at #18 and helped send the album into the top 3 of the Billboard's Heatseekers chart and peaked at a respectable #57 on The Billboard 200 Sales list.
Jimmy Pop and his crew returned to the chart with "Hooray For Boobies" in the spring of 2000, their third album rose to #14 on The Billboard 200 and climbed into the top 10 of the Canadian Albums chart spawning the smash hit "The Bad Touch", this single shot to #6 on The Modern Rock list, made a mid-chart appearance on The Billboard Hot 100 and barley missed the top 10 in Canada; the group also scored a sizable hit with "The Ballad Of Chasey Lain", a single that broke into the top 20 of the Official U.K. chart.

After full five years, in September 2005, Bloodhound Gang dropped its new album titled "Hefty Fine", the set features the single "No Hard Feelings".

 

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Use Your Fingers (1995)

Use Your Fingers
1. Rip Taylor Is God
2. We Are The Knuckleheads
3. Legend In My Spare Time
4. B.H.G.P.S.A.
5. Mama Say
6. Kids In America
7. You're Pretty When I'm Drunk
8. The Evils Of Placenta Hustling
9. One Way
10. Shitty Record Offer
11. Go Down
12. Earlameyer The Butt Pirate
13. No Rest For The Wicked
14. She Ain't Got No Legs
15. We Like Meat
16. Coo Coo Ca Choo
17. Rang Dang
18. Nightmare At The Apollo
19. K.I.D.S. Incorporated
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One Fierce Beer Coaster (1996)

One Fierce Beer Coaster
1. Kiss Me Where It Smells Funny
2. Lift Your Head Up High (And Blow Your Brains Out)
3. Fire Water Burn
4. I Wish I Was Queer So I Could Get Chicks
5. Why's Everybody Always Pickin' On Me?
6. It's Tricky
7. Asleep At The Wheel
8. Shut Up
9. Your Only Friends Are Make Believe
10. Boom
11. Going Nowhere Slow
12. Reflections Of Remoh

Hooray For Boobies (2000)

Hooray For Boobies
1. I Hope You Die
2. The Inevitable Return of The Great White Dope
3. Mama's Boy
4. Three Point One Four
5. Mope
6. Yummy Down On This
7. The Ballad Of Chasey Lain
8. R.S.V.P.
9. Magna Cum Nada
10. The Bad Touch
11. That Cough Came With A Prize
12. Take The Long Way Home
13. Hell Yeah
14. Right Turn Clyde
15. This Is Stupid
16. A Lap Dance Is So Much Better When The Stripper Is Crying
17. The Ten Coolest Things About New Jersey
18. Along Comes Mary
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Hefty Fine (2005)

Hefty Fine
1. Strictly For The Tardcore
2. Balls Out
3. Foxtrot Uniform Charlie Kilo
4. I'm The Least You Could Do
5. Farting With A Walkman On
6. Diarrhea Runs In The Family
7. Ralph Wiggum
8. Something Diabolical
9. Overheard In A Wawa Parking Lot
10. Pennsylvania
11. Uhn Tiss Uhn Tiss Uhn Tiss
12. No Hard Feelings
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