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  • Audio CD (July 18, 1995)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • Label: Sony
  • ASIN: B000002B79
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (53 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #141,957 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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White rappers generally divide into two camps: the Beastie Boys disciples and the House of Pain clique. For the former, honky hip-hop has nothing to do with the African-American experiences that gave birth to the rap form; rather, it is borrowed to express the middle-class, often suburban, ennui that comes from too much pop culture and too much time on one's hands. In the latter, groups attempt to co-opt the Afrocentrism and identity worship from black rap and use it as a template for their own particular ethnic trumpeting--Irish, in HOP's case. On their debut album, Use Your Fingers, Bloodhound Gang make it clear which group they expect to be confused with: "No, I'm not the guy from the Beastie Boys!" yells Jimmy Pop (or is it his partner Daddy Long Legs?). Hailing from suburban Philadelphia, BG are a self-contained frat party dying to offend anyone who'll listen with their often hilarious, in-your-face political incorrectness. They fight for their right to be moronic throughout--whether worshiping Rip Taylor or invoking the Cavity Creeps from an old toothpaste ad. It's not all just fat-chick and cripple jokes, though: BG back up their obnoxious idiocy with some fairly wise musical maneuvering. While their age and background lead them to repeatedly mine the '80s for material--Duran Duran and Cure samples, Michael Jackson and Blondie interpolations, a "Kids in America" cover--their sly comments and ingenious a cappella snippets prove they're surprisingly sharp and able lads. --Roni Sarig

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This is my favorite rap-album, Jimmy Pop and Daddy Long Legs rocks on this CD.
Rick Town
It is a louder more edgey album than 1997's One Fierce Beer Coaster and the brand new Hooray for Boobies.
"player8"
Most of this album is just filled with pointless skits that don't even make sense or aren't funny at all.
IhateMTV

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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By J. R. Norton on June 23, 2000
Format: Audio CD
This album is absolutely amazing. It truly does put "Hooray for Boobies," which is a great CD, to shame. Beware, trendy MTV-watchers, as this CD will probably not appeal to those who simply ride the wave of trends going on. "The Bad Touch" is a great song, but don't buy this album expecting every Bloodhound Gang song to sound like it. Just as good (if not better) than "One Fierce Beer Coaster," this album boasts such great cuts as "We Are The Knuckleheads," "Legend In My Spare Time," "Mama Say," "One Way," and "You're Pretty When I'm Drunk." If you consider yourself a true Bloodhound Gang fan, or are a newbie who is open to all forms of music and not expecting a poppy MTV album, buy it. Go!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Kathy Steinfeld on July 28, 2000
Format: Audio CD
Most of the reviews of this CD urge MTV fans who have only heard "Bad Touch" to steer clear of this album and for real Bloodhound Gang fans to get it imediately. Now the person who reviewed this a little while back named Shagg One or something is a perfect example of a "Bad Touch" fan not a BHG fan. This person said that this album is bad because it is not the true BHG style and that Bad Touch is while everything except Bad Touch is like this album. I suggest for Shagg One to go back to MTV and stop ripping apart a band that you are dissappointed in for not being what you expected. Now I came here to review this not to use this as a place to bash a fewllow reviewer so here I go. I think this album is awesome. Jimmy Pop and Daddy Long Legs (its a shame hes not in BHG anymore) show great mic skills and razor sharp wit. This album has some of the funniest lyrics ever. If you like the bad touch and think all BHG song sound like that STAY AWAY FROM THIS ALBUM. But, if you like the rest of Hooray For Boobies and One Fierce Beer Coaster then this album is perfect for you. Go buy this album now.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on September 28, 1999
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This album was so funny, I just kept listening to it over and over. Much better than One Fierce Beer Coaster, it had more rememberable songs. even if you only listen to it once, you will never forget it. I love it so much!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Mercedes McCreight on August 6, 2001
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The Bloodhound Gang is here to get it on. Rip Taylor couldn't have said it better. They're rude. They're lude. They're crude. They're awesome. With clever lyrics from Jimmie Pop and Daddy Long Legs (where did he go?), you'll be blown away. If you want to get your groove on AND laugh at politicly incorrect jokes, all at the same time, then BHG is definitly for you. With songs like, "You're Pretty When I'm Drunk," "Go Down," "Coo Coo Ca Choo," and "You Aint Got No Legs," you'll become an instant fan. Perfect music for driving. Between their disco-punk songs, you are treated to strange-yet-funny public service announcments and commercials. This CD is definitly worth it.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By "player8" on March 5, 2000
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I felt that the Bloodhound Gangs 1st cd entitled Use Your Fingers is their best one. All of the 19 tracks are humorous yet hardore. It contains many hilarious skits between songs. It is a louder more edgey album than 1997's One Fierce Beer Coaster and the brand new Hooray for Boobies. This group has always impressed me because they never sold out and they still never decresed in quality. They have a unique style of music which can be described as hardcore rap, although they do have songs which are soft and mellow. But they are always humorous. I give this record 5 stars.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on May 13, 1999
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The Bloodhound Gang is one of my favorite bands, i started listening to them right before one fierce beer coaster got popular. i think this is their best CD though, its so choppy and to the point, i think Jimi Pop Ali is the coolest vocalist in the world i love his lyrics. I've listened to this CD a hundred times and it never gets old...except for all those little skits but they can be overlooked. I recommend this CD to anybody who likes good music with sense of off beat humor.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on April 20, 2000
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I bought Hooray for Boobies and decided to check out their old stuff. HOORAY FOR BOOBIES IS A JOKE COMPARED TO THIS AWESOME CD! Amazing is the only word I can think of. Hooray for Use Your Fingers is more like it, gang.
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This is my favorite rap-album, Jimmy Pop and Daddy Long Legs rocks on this CD.
My favorite songs are One Way and Legend in my Spare Time, good samples, chorus and rap.

We are the Knuckleheads- 9/10 Very fast rap song, jimmy pop part rocks

Legend in my Spare Time- 10/10 Good sample, great chorus and verses

Mama Say- 10/10 Very catchy, the chorus is the best

Kids in America- 10/10 Daddy Long Legs sounds amazing in this song, if Jimmy Pop was sang in this song (sorry)it didn't was good

You're Pretty when i'm Drunk- 9/10 Very catchy song, are no instruments but still great

One Way- 9/10 Good chorus, verses and samples

Go Down- 10/10 An amazing short song, the chorus is incredible, very catchy

No Rest for the Wicked- 8/10 A good verse and great "comet haley part" from daddy, but the chorus is awful

She ain't got no Legs- 6/10 Ja ja, very boring and stupid song

Coo Coo Ca Choo- 8/10 Repetitive chorus, fast verses, good song

Rang Dang- 9/10 Very good chorus and verses are good, specially the first

K.I.D.S. Incorpoated- 10/10 A very good rock song, but very short (2:20)
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