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September 24th, 2006 at 12:22pm
The first time i heard them was like when i was 8 or something when they relesed "The Bad Touch"

I loved that song Cassie
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September 25th, 2006 at 09:26am
I Love them Very Happy
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September 25th, 2006 at 10:00am
Hm-m...you can read this interview if it interesting for you!

The Bloodhound Gang interview
Jimmy Pop and Lupus Thunder, from controversial US band, The Bloodhound Gang, spoke to site user Laura Crow. If easily offended, maybe this is not for you!

To some you are very controversial band, and most of your songs reference boobies, sex, and anything along those lines.
Jimmy: All the important stuff in life.
And your current single, ‘Foxtrot Uniform Charlie Kilo’, is banned from USA radio stations.
Jimmy: That’s the way to do it!
When did you realise you could make money singing about poo and vaginas?
Jimmy: It was actually our bass player. He used to have a party, and it was five bands, five kegs of beer, five dollars. And we just started playing. Really it was more about singing about what made our friends laugh, rather than to be controversial. It just so happened that's what made our friends laugh, so we were shocked when people came. So I dunno if there was a direct link between money and poo jokes, but I think there was.
Who writes the songs?
Jimmy: They are all different. The one that got banned was the bass player's. I just email him back and fourth when we write - ‘what looks like a vagina?’ ‘A wallet. A ham wallet.’
Jimmy, most people say it is you with the dirty mind?
Jimmy: Mine is the dirtiest.
You said that with quite a bit of pride.
Jimmy: Absolutely!
Has anyone ever been extremely offended by you all?
Jimmy: We have had protesters. And they protest everything.
What has been your favourite protest?
Jimmy: Someone showed up, and it was if they just had a hobby of protesting. They showed up with this sign that had nothing to do with anything, and it just said ‘stop gang violence.’ Maybe it is because we are called the Bloodhound Gang, but I thought that was the best.
Lupus: We kept asking why are you here. And the guy just kept protesting, like he had no real reason.
Jimmy: I think its good that people protest. If it means people love and hate you then you are heading down the right track. If they don’t love and hate you, you are probably a band like Nickelback or something.
The lyrics to your songs are pretty clever. One thing I would like to know is, are you Chasey Lain's biggest fan?
Jimmy: No. No. What happened was, I saw her in a clothing ad, and I was like, 'she’s really cute'. So I'm not sure if we started ‘researching’ Chasey Lain but she came out and performed on our record with us, and her arms were like, hairier than mine. And she was dumber than that table.
Lupus: She was really short. I thought she was going to be really tall and leggy, like a hot supermodel or something, because of the pictures. She just wasn’t what we expected at all.
Jimmy: And she was nuts. We were friends with another porn star, who told me this story about how Chasey babysitted for her friend, and her friend came home and nothing bad had happened but there was broken beer bottles in the crib. What the **** is that!? So no. I'd prefer to spend the night with Ron Jeremy.
Ron Jeremy?
Jimmy: He is probably the biggest porn star in America. They call him the hedgehog. He is the most disgusting man you’ll ever see.
Lupus: Fat, hairy, short. In the 70s he wasn’t quite as ugly then, but I guess his big thing, was his big thing.
The bad touch, that’s an interesting song. What animal would you choose to be for the purpose of mating?
Jimmy: I would like to try different things. Most animals have the genitalia, and the butt. But anteaters, with the big nose, imagine what you could do with that.
Lupus: My choice is elephant, but the only reason is, have you ever seen an elephant have sex? It is like a trunk, it moves completely independently. I saw it at a zoo once, I was horrified.
Jimmy: But I've never seen an elephant smile, so how good is the sex?
Lupus: You go to the zoo for an educational trip, and you're eight years old, and you are like, what are they doing?
Jimmy: The Berlin zoo is really cool. They have a bit of history. When the Russians and Americans finally got in Berlin in World War Two, after we blew everything up, the people, Berliners, ate the animals at the zoo! They ate them!
That is a fantastic piece of useless information.
Jimmy: We were just talking about that stuff.
Lupus: Like golf.
Jimmy: Golf stands for Gentlemen Only, Ladies Forbidden. There you go. Now there is something to protest!
Hefty Fine is your first album since Hooray For Boobies in 2000. What have you been doing with yourself?
Jimmy: Our Hooray for Boobies tour lasted for 18 months, and we didn’t want to see each other anymore! We have all bought new houses, and started a record company. Our friend has a band called ‘Him’ and no one was putting the records out, so we started doing that.
If you weren’t making music, what would you be doing?
Jimmy: Well, I like to be around stupid people, so I guess I would work for a band.
Lupus: Go on tour with them?
Jimmy: Yeah, just anything, and if I didn’t do that I would be a flight attendant.
Lupus: Is that 'cos you're gay or something?
Jimmy: No, I would wear the woman’s outfit, and be like ‘I am a woman.’
I think that should be your next video.
Jimmy: That’s true. In fact, you don’t see a lot of sexy flight attendants anymore, except for the Vengaboys when they broke up. The cowboy became a flight attendant, so there’s a sexy flight attendant.
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September 25th, 2006 at 11:43am
lmfao that interview made me laugh lmfao
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September 30th, 2006 at 12:42pm
The Bloodhound Gang first started out as a small alternative band in 1992 called Bang Chamber 8. The band consisted of Jimmy Pop and Daddy Long Legs. They released one known tape, which was self titled. Soon they changed their name to the Bloodhound Gang, and changed their musical style. Unable to get booked at any clubs, The Bloodhound Gang first performed in the extra room at Evil Jared Hasselhoff's house, in exchange for Schlitz, Marlboros, and a chance to hand out their first demo tape, entitled Just Another Demo. When the floor caved in one night, they began performing every month at CBGBs in New York City.[1]

In April 1994, the band released their second demo tape, The Original Motion Picture Soundtrack to Hitler's Handicapped Helpers. This landed them a record deal with Cheese Factory Records.

In November 1994, they finally released their first EP, Dingleberry Haze.

In the summer of 1994, Jimmy Pop had a small role in the short independent film The Chick That Was Naked by independent filmmaker Kurt Fitzpatrick. Also, one song by the band was used on the soundtrack.

In March 1995 The Bloodhound Gang signed a record deal with Columbia Records. They put out their first full-length album, titled Use Your Fingers. They began touring around the United States. At this time Daddy Long Legs and M.S.G., angry with Columbia Records, left the band to to form another rap group, Wolfpac. Evil Jared Hasselhoff and Tard-E-Tard joined the group as replacements. When the tour ended, the deal with Columbia Records was dropped and band member Skip O'Pot2Mus left to pursue a career in the insurance industry.

In March 1996, the band, complete with a new line-up, recorded their second full-length album, One Fierce Beer Coaster, released on Geffen Records. They embarked on their first "real tour" of the United States and Europe (they are quoted as saying this was "the first tour where nobody's parents had to drive out and pick up the band after the van broke down"Wink.

In 1999, they released their third album, Hooray for Boobies. Powered by hit single, "The Bad Touch", they embarked on two more tours of Europe, where they had begun to get quite popular ("The Bad Touch" and Hooray for Boobies reached #1 in Germany, where "Along Comes Mary" was also a Top 10 hit). They returned after selling over five million albums.

In the summer of 1996 Jimmy Pop Ali had a supporting role in the independent film Kin by director Kurt Fitzpatrick and starring Fitzpatrick, Marie Hans and Ben McVoy. Several Bloodhound Gang songs were used for the soundtrack for the film.
Perhaps the bands most well-known song is "The Bad Touch" off of their album Hooray for Boobies. The video for the song shows the band members running around Paris in Monkey suits and harrassing various people. Another well-known song is "Fire Water Burn." The song was featured in the movie "Fahrenheit 9/11" as a song that is popular among US troops in Iraq.

In 2003, the band released a DVD entitled One Fierce Beer Run, which chronicles their One Fierce Beer Coaster tour of 1997.[1]
The band's newest album, Hefty Fine, was released on September 27, 2005. The title comes from a phone conversation in which Lupus told Jimmy Pop he would have to pay a "hefty fine" if he did not speed along work on the album. Its original title, Heavy Flow, was scrapped when it was noticed that fellow musician Moby had a song with the same name. The first single, "Foxtrot Uniform Charlie Kilo," has already gained heavy rotation on music video channels. Although the track "No Hard Feelings" recently broke into the Modern Rock Top 50, their second single is "Uhn Tiss Uhn Tiss Uhn Tiss" (which is featured in a Blaupunkt ad), and it has recently started radio circulation with a music video underway. Another song from the new album is part of a campaign by the Bloodhound Gang to change the Pennsylvania state anthem into their appropriately titled "Pennsylvania."

!!!!!!!!!A new album is already in the works and is expected to be released within a year Very Happy !!!!!!!!They produce the new album in Germany,because they first wanna come back when George W. Bush isn't president anymore. Drummer Willie the New Guy was recently released from his position. The band and Willie agreed on him leaving. He was replaced by Adam Perry (The Yin) from A on their recent tour.
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September 30th, 2006 at 01:01pm
Jimmy Pop is cute!!!!!!!I can't live without his funny songs, coz my life's so boring! Rope
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September 30th, 2006 at 03:11pm
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lmfao that interview made me laugh lmfao
I know lmfao
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September 30th, 2006 at 11:24pm
expecially this line

Lupus: My choice is elephant, but the only reason is, have you ever seen an elephant have sex? It is like a trunk, it moves completely independently. I saw it at a zoo once, I was horrified.

lmfao lmfao lmfao lmfao lmfao
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October 1st, 2006 at 12:03am
christie road:
K.

I know this is a duplicate since i know i have talked about them here

But since i cant find it
I made the previous one, but it died.

I love them. They're one of my favourite bands.

They're all so crazy. Cool
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October 1st, 2006 at 12:08am
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christie road:
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I know this is a duplicate since i know i have talked about them here

But since i cant find it
I made the previous one, but it died.

I love them. They're one of my favourite bands.

They're all so crazy. Cool
I know Ah

Thats why i love them cause they arent afraid to do what everyone considers "bad"

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October 5th, 2006 at 04:08am
christie road:

Thats why i love them cause they arent afraid to do what everyone considers "bad"

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So do I! Wink
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October 6th, 2006 at 11:05am
well...Frolic,u know how I treat this band, but this post was really GOOD!! Razz
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October 8th, 2006 at 12:48am
Yeah, BG rocks! I also listen to them since "The Bad Touch" and I've already met the guys... Awesome band! Image
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October 9th, 2006 at 01:47pm
Shocked awe damn i wish i couldve met em they would be flippin awsome to hang out with . . . you wouldnt know what kind of crazy shit might happen Aleckz
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October 9th, 2006 at 04:25pm
Dunno if it's still there, but after their gig in Rock City last year (which kicked utter ass) there was a scrawl in big black marker pen on one of the toilet doors in the ladies room that said; "Jimmy Pop woz 'ere in the ladies lav!" (Or.. something to that effect.)

I was like.. "Squee!"
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