About Bloodhound Gang
Originally called Bang Chamber 8, Bloodhound Gang took their new name from a segment on PBS children’s show 3-2-1 Contact.
∙ Cofounder Daddy Long Legs left Bloodhound Gang in 1995 and went on to form rap-rock/horrorcore band Wolfpac.
∙ Their big break came when an intern at Seattle alternative radio’s 107.7 The End played their single “Fire Water Burn” for the station’s music director.
∙ Bloodhound Gang’s third album, 1999’s Hooray for Boobies, went Platinum, spawning the hit single “The Bad Touch.”
∙ Their songs have been featured in the films Half Baked, Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back, EuroTrip, and Gamer.
ORIGINKing of Prussia, PA