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Editorial Reviews

The Bloodhound Gang just doesn't give a damn. That is to say, collectively, their music reflects the motto, which is printed in every album, 'No reason to live, but we like it that way'. Listen closely to their music, and what you hear are complex analogies that herald American modern pop culture, a m‚lange of musical styles and cultural references that can either leave you laughing, gasping, or just clueless. In the true spirit of the Bloodhound Gang, in June of this year, they began a campaign to replace the current Pennsylvania state song with their own track 'Pennsylvania'. Geffen. 2005.

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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  • Audio CD (September 27, 2005)
  • Original Release Date: 2005
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • Label: Geffen Records
  • ASIN: B000AJJNPO
  • Average Customer Review: 3.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (100 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #98,340 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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If you are a true BHG fan you will Love Hefty fine.
Tom Deep
If you're going to do something like this, at least you can get the line right; the line is "yvan eht ni-oj" not "yvan eht ni-ach".
George Dionne
This album is, however, far too short and very little thought has gone into the skits or the lyrics.
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43 of 54 people found the following review helpful By Sir Charles Panther VINE VOICE on December 3, 2005
Format: Audio CD
BHG can't decide if they want to grow up and be real, no-sh*t rap-rockers, stars, and be serious artistes n' all, or if they want to just keep being the self-proclaimed slacker knuckleheads that everyone loves, sitting back and making fun of everything they encounter. This CD is the result of that conflict, and it's clear here that it's not yet been resolved.

I was looking forward to this release, and I've been let down. I was looking forward to more of that gonzo teen-testosterone punk-rap, appropriately vulgar and stupid, but with that hard edge of observation and cynicism braided in some really great samples and beats that made the last two releases so good. But this is not to be. This is all original material, no sampling and riffing, all more or less straightforward rap. It appears that BHG is moving forward, or at least attempting to.

There are none of the slams on Falco and pop culture, none of the Sanford and Son theme samples, none of the truly dumbass and fantastically enjoyable musical mix that made "Hooray For Boobies" and "Use Your Fingers" so much fun to listen to, both for the music and the lyrics. But all growed up, no, that's not the right wording either. Not with a tune like "Farting With a Walkman On" which I can only characterize as just plain stupid.

Musically, "Uhn-Tiss" is interesting, reminiscent of "The Bad Touch." I've already found this to be a good one to slip into a mix playlist or CD for a buddy, and it's weeks before they actually listen to the words and figure out what's going on. I very much enjoy the overall concept of "Ralph Wiggum," although the music for the tune doesn't support its communication too well.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Peace and Liberty on November 4, 2005
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If you read Don Delillo watch Jackass and think this world is a big Ship of Fools, then BG is for you. This album rocks as BG usually does. Jimmy Pop didn't get over 1300(informed by the BG DVD) on his SATs(when that was a hard thing to do) for nothing; the man is a genius. He is the James Joyce of the Postmodern Suburban Existential Rock/Rap/Pop genre. In a topsy turvy world BG seem like they're all about doo-doo and sex...which they are; but their substance runs deeper so that repeated listenings reveal recursive layers of meaning about The Human Condition. It's like Shakespeare with beats, guitar, and vomiting. If you ever get a chance to see them play I recommend you go. So much more entertaining than the typical manufactured soulless crud that passes(italics) for entertainment nowadays.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Shandra on December 21, 2006
Format: Audio CD
Okay, this album is terrible.

I mean, when you listen to stuff like Use Your Fingers and Hooray For Boobies (One Fierce Beer Coaster also wasn't great, but I certainly liked it better than Hefty Fine) and then play Hefty Fine, it makes you want to throw it at the wall. Gone are the pop culture references and guitar-laden riffs of the good old days. Now, basically the whole album is about having sex (which I wouldn't really mind if the innuendos were more clever) and the music is so electronically mixed that you honestly start to wonder whether they really used any instruments or whether Jimmy Pop Ali honestly sang a note.

The hidden track was disappointing, compared to the hidden tracks on their other albums, and the fact that Ville Valo sang on Something Diabolical just makes it worse.

Basically, I see this album as a last-ditch attempt to acquire some quick cash and I think the guys were getting a bit desperate.

Not to say that I still don't love Bloodhound Gang, I just think they could've done way better.

Track by track analysis? I think so.

Strictly For The Tardcore- 3/5. Funny but not particularly witty.

Balls Out- 0/5. Completely terrible track.

Foxtrot Uniform Charlie Kilo- 4/5. Innuendos are great but music could've been better.

I'm The Least You Could Do- 2/5.

Farting With A Walkman On- 2/5.

Diarrhea Runs In The Family- 5/5. Possibly the best track on the whole album.

Ralph Wiggum- 4/5. I like the idea for the song, but the tune is flat and depressing.

Something Diabolical- Negative 5/5. Completely awful song, and Ville Valo doesn't help it any.

Overheard In A WaWa Parking Lot- 4/5 only because it made me laugh.
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9 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Tom Two on November 13, 2005
Format: Audio CD
Some of the other people that commented on this album talked about some of the "techno" on it, and how "techno" sucks. These people have obviously never listened to a BHG album before. And if this is the first BHG album you are going to buy I highly reccomend you listen to another one of their CD's first.

BHG in general are known for their blend of techno style beats, Immaturity, Punk rock riffs, their occasional casio keyboard style beat and of course their many refrences to pop-culture.

Everytime I have purchased a Blood Hound gang Cd I will give it one listen and immediately appreciate it, and begin to praize them and tell the entire world how under rated this band is. In fact BHG has been a favorite of mine for a long time ever since "Use your fingers was released". I have always bragged that they were going to be huge and maybe even the next Beastie Boys for a different generation. Instant happines surrounds me whenever I put one of their records in.

This album however was not that way. Upon a first listen in fact, I hated it. If you are a true BHG fan I reccomend listening to it at least three times before shelving it. The third time I began to appreciate it more but still did not think it was as great as the last three albums (Use your Fingers, One fierce Beer Coaster and Hooray for Boobies)

This album seems dated, like it came out three years ago.
The first thing you hear when the album comes on is a skit refrencing an Eminem song that was released about two albums ago and around five years ago.

Then "Balls Out" begins to play and thats when I got worried. The rap seemes pushed and contrived and like they are going more for a rock sound then their usual mixture.
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