Bloodhound Gang is as offensive, juvenile and obsessed with sex as any adolescent boy. If the band’s songs weren’t so insanely catchy, hilariously clever and damn funny, they would be obnoxious. Instead, Bloodhound Gang, led by Jimmy Pop, is brilliant. Who else would name their “best of” album Show Us Your Hits? Only a band with songs such as “Kiss Me Where It Smells Funny” and “A Lap Dance Is So Much Better When The Stripper Is Crying.”
Featuring all of the group’s hits — including “The Bad Touch” and “Fire Water Burn” — and many fan favorites among its 14 tracks, Show Us Your Hits (Geffen Records/UMe), released digitally on December 21, 2010, spans the Philadelphia-based alternative/punk/pop/rap band’s major label career. Along with tracks from the Gang’s studio albums 1996’s One Fierce Beer Coaster, 1999’s Hooray For Boobies and 2005’s Hefty Fine, the collection includes the 2007 single-only “Screwing You On The Beach At Night” and the new recording “Altogether Ooky.” All are presented in their gloriously explicit versions.
Fire Water Burn
Kiss Me Where It Smells Funny
The Ballad Of Chasey Lain
Along Comes Mary
Foxtrot Uniform Charlie Kilo
A Lap Dance Is So Much Better When The Stripper Is Crying
I Hope You Die
No Hard Feelings
The Bad Touch
Three Point One Four
Uhn Tiss Uhn Tiss Uhn Tiss
Screwing You On The Beach At Night
I Wish I Was Queer (So I Could Get Chicks)
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