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R.E.M., Neil Young And Bloodhound Gang Star In Fahrenheit 9/11 Soundtrack

Sep 14, 2004

With the American election creeping closer and closer, Michael Moore isn't about to close the door on his thought-provoking/hype-producing documentary Fahrenheit 9/11. The movie has already been declared the most successful documentary in history, but Moore isn't ready for the party to be over just yet.

The Bloodhound Gang Are Happy To Help Out Michael Moore

Jul 12, 2004

Fahrenheit 9/11 is either a brilliant revolutionary anti-governmental call to arms or a really long advertisement sponsored by the Democrats. Either way, after wading through Michael Moore’s pompous self-righteousness, we are left with an intriguing and thought-provoking film that reveals all the horrifying aspects of governmental warfare.

Bloodhound Gang Guitarist Launches Record Label

Nov 25, 2002

Though we have yet to see a new Bloodhound Gang album, the band have kept themselves busy by founding record labels. Guitarist Lupus Thunder launched Four-Seven Media, an indie label primarily dedicated to, in Thunder's words "groove," but also open to all genres of music.

The Bloodhound Gang Go Teen Pop?

Apr 24, 2002

A while back we told you all about the Bloodhound Gang's quest to find anonymous fans, groupies and hangers-on who were caught on film while the band were filming footage to be used on an upcoming DVD.

Bloodhound Gang Search For Naked Fans

Jan 24, 2002

Do you remember what you were doing back in 1997? Is it possible that you were drunk and naked backstage at a Bloodhound Gang concert?

Ciao For Now Bloodhound Gang

Apr 5, 2001

Jimmy Pop, frontman from the Bloohound Gang has put aside his monkey suit and is taking on a side project with South Carolina’s hard-rock quintet, Isabelle’s Gift.Isabelle’s Gift and the Bloodhound Gang initially met in 1996, and toured together during the Bloodhound Gang’s Hooray For Boobies tour last year.

LIVE: Bloodhound Gang w/ Nerf Herder

May 8, 2000

Venue: The WarehouseMay 4, 2000Reviewed By: Tom JablonskiLast summer I had the chance to see a Bloodhound Gang concert on television. Going to their show I wasn't expecting it to be filled with musicianship of the caliber of Metallica or Tool, but I was hoping it would measure up to some kind of professional standard. I was wrong.