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BLOODHOUNDGANG THE HOORAY FOR BOOBIESS

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Sophomoric but occasionally amusing, the Bloodhound Gang's third outing serves up a dash of Cake, a sprinkling of Blink 182, and heavy doses of metal, hip-hop, and techno. And that's not even mentioning the Pink Floyd rip and Falco sample! Underneath the juvenile, jokey lyrics ("It's hard to rhyme a word like vagina") and cheap chortles (the faux-country "A Lap Dance Is So Much Better When the Stripper Is Crying" being one prime example) are a few memorable melodies. "The Bad Touch" is a catchy, sample-heavy, danceable sex song that name-checks numerous pop-culture touchstones, from Waffle House to the Discovery Channel. Metallica and Frankie Goes to Hollywood samples meld in the rap-metal "Mope." An ode to adult film actress Chasey Lain is yet another perverse novelty entry on this schtick-a-song offering. Yes, there are some guilty chuckles to be found here, but ultimately this 18-track outing is only truly titillating if you're 12--or act like you are. --Katherine Turman

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  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
  19. Silent
  20. Silent
  21. Silent
  22. Silent
  23. Silent
  24. Silent
  25. Silent
  26. Silent
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  47. Bonus Track 1


Product Details

  • Audio CD (February 29, 2000)
  • Original Release Date: February 29, 2000
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • Label: Geffen
  • ASIN: B00001QGP4
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (172 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #12,477 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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By Yasmine F. Galenorn on April 17, 2000
Format: Audio CD
As a 39 year old feminist author, I almost flinched when I bought this CD. Bought it for The Bad Touch and came to just love the rest of it. Sophmoric? Oh yeah. Stupid lyrics? Oh yeah. So un-PC it would make a redneck cringe? Yep. But funny, terribly funny and created with a tongue-in-cheek tone that permeates the CD. These boys know what they're saying--the cultural references in the songs show us that; they are being just as superficial as our society is and they are having fun doing so. Most of the tunes are very catchy and good for dancing; if you lighten up, have a sense of humor then you can find the fun and life in this album that really is about having no life at all. I *could* be terribly offended by the lyrics, but I find myself laughing too much to get to that point. Fave tracks are Take The Long Way Home and, of course, The Bad Touch.
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The first time I heard Hooray for Boobies, I thought it was funny but silly. After listening to it further and reading the lyrics I found that these guys were smart. With references to Catcher in the Rye and Voltaire's Candide(I thought I was the only person around that read that!) Jimmy Pop is not a dumb white guy. In addition there are clever rhymes and puns. Everytime I listen to it, I pick up something I previously had missed. The songs have great beats and guitar riffs. I hope you die, three point one four(hidden meaning), Mope, Chasey Lain, and the bad touch are just a few of my favorites. I also like it because these guys aren't afraid to talk about controversial things and some of their songs could be very offensive to some people. I definitely recommend this album to anyone who likes rock, rap, and/or hip hop. Listen to it with an open mind and you will appreciate the humor.
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By A Customer on August 18, 2000
Format: Audio CD
I first remember hearing Bloodhound Gang's CD "One Fierce Beer Coaster" while visiting family in Atlanta, and it was love at first listen! These guys know what they're doing, and they do it extremely well! They have the uncanny ability to shock folks, while making them laugh at their outrageousness.
"Hooray for Boobies" is BG taking their raucous style of musicianship and going to the next level. This CD is sure to offend countless people, but that's their intent I'm sure. Overtly sexual, in a juvenile/Beavis and Butthead kinda way, it's sure to keep the interest of their true fans. There are a couple of "mainstream" sounding songs here, that are sure to bring new fans into the fold. But for those who think "The Bad Touch" is a typical BG song, think again. This CD has an "Explicit Lyrics" label on it for a very well deserved reason. Attention parents: This is not for the kiddies.
One new element that is employed on this CD (which I don't remember from their other two CDs) is the use of gross-out techniques. That horrible coughing and gagging that occurs on this CD caught me off guard. It made me gag listening to it the first time! I loved it! Another new element is the use of techno...which is utilized in a subtle, yet impressive way.
Bloodhound Gang proves, yet again, they are one of the most clever and versatile groups on any scene today! And they also prove that one should not take themselves too seriously. No one will ever accuse Bloodhound Gang of doing this, and that makes them a national treasure.
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Want to talk downright outragous? Then the Bloodhound Gang's "Hooray For Boobies" Is the cd for you. The music world was overtaken by a barrage of sleaze, sick humour and bad jokes when this album hit the stores. The New-Jersey hating Five-some present us with a real mix of "Educational issues" (honestly) that would make even Eminem jump with surprise!!!
Back in the day, The Bloodhound Gang were a bunch of weirdos that produced really bad, cheesy music, but somehting was appealing about it. Basicallly it was the lyrical content, poking fun at people from all walks of life. We laughed and didn't spare a minute to feel sorry for the groups that were targeted- shame on us!!
But this 3rd album sees the cheesy music replaced with a cd full of masterpieces with each song having its own distinct sound and style, from the heavy rock of "Yummy Down On This" to the cheesy 80's pop of "The Bad Touch". The group even try their hand with rap with "Mope": A song compised of a remixing of Franki Goes to hollywood and lyrics poking fun At Pavirotti and Tori Spellings's eyes. Figure that one out! Each song will stick in your head as they are all different in some way and have their own attributes, but you'll probably remember each song for some sleazy or shocking bit of lyrics!!
My favourite songs on this album have to be "The Ballad Of Cjasey Lain" This was released as a single and most of it was dubbed out in the video as Chasey Lain is a porn star so you probably guess why it was dubbed so heavily! "Magna Cum Nada" Is a good song, it's a bit darker than the rest of them and the rock is a bit harder too.
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