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Bloodhound Gang

Bloodhound Gang

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The Bloodhound Gang, founded in 1992 is an American music group from Quakertown, Pennsylvania, mainly Rock – Crossover with post-punk influences produced.

In 1992, Jimmy Pop Ali , Daddy Long Legs, Bubba K Love and Foof the band as a Depeche Mode cover band. Legs previously played Jimmy Pop and Daddy Long been together in their hip-hop project Bang Chamber 8th Their first gigs they played in a back room in the house of Jared Hasselhoff, who was then still Vaginal Bloodphart played. Due to some disputes within the band left Bubba K Love and Foof 1993 the band. With MSG quickly became a substitute for Foof found, but very often they changed their drummer, since, the band, none of them easy to fit. With Skip O’Pot2Mus as their new drummer they recorded first three-track demo Just Another Demo on her. From now on, they played each month in the New York club CBGB .

When she second demo in April 1994 The Original Motion Picture Soundtrack to Hitler’s Handicapped Helpers began their, was the guitarist for the band, Lüpüs Thünder , the Foof, and MSG has cast himself as a DJ between already, do so. After recording contract with Cheese Factory Records signed one, they brought in November 1994 their first EP Dingleberry Haze out that once sold 120 was about, and today is considered collectible.

1995: Use Your Fingers
In March 1995, left due to some financial difficulties, Daddy Long Legs and MSG, the band and joined by American hip-hop band from the Wolfpac. In order to fill the empty seats, they undertook, for Mr. Stinky Boots Capitan, which they left the band two days after throwing, Tard-E-Tard to replace MSG and Jimmy’s old friend Evil Jared Hasselhoff as a bass player. In July 1995 they released their debut album Use Your Fingers, a mix of punk rock and hip-hop , which was hardly noticed, however, and largely flopped. Now, even Skip O’Pot2Mus and Tard-E-Tard left the band due to some disputes, but they should pass under the Treaty on tour in France, the band had to seek compensation, they with DJ Q-Ball and Spanky G and found.

1996-1997: One Fierce Beer Coaster
After their first small tour in France withdrew the Bloodhound Gang then in March 1996 into the studio to record their second album, One Fierce Beer Coaster record. When, in October 1996 her record company (now the Cheese Factory Records was renamed to Republic Records), refused to release their album, they left the label and promptly signed to Geffen Records, their album released in December 1996 then. The album was a success, and One Fierce Beer Coaster persisted over a fairly long period in the album charts. When, after a USA / Canada Tour or European tour was followed by a and 1997, the song Fire Water Burn was coupled out, caught the first single from the Bloodhound Gang’s interest of music television and alternative radio stations. Fire Water Burn is still one of the most popular songs of the Bloodhound Gang, paving their future career path.
When the band for the soundtrack of the comedy Half Baked contributed a song, got this one in the charts across Europe. This song, a radical reworking of the old hits Along Comes Mary of the Flower-Power -troupe The Association , made the band is now finally in Europe known to a wider public.

 
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