Universal Music Enterprises Commemorates the 20th Year Anniversary of Hooray for Boobies (1999)


(Los Angeles, CA) Officially, Hooray for Boobies (1999) is categorized under the genre; alternative rock, rap metal and rap rock.  Irregardless of which, this music album was released on October 4th, 1999.  This release date is for the Country of the UK/Britain.  For the United States of America, the release date is February 29th, 2000.  Hooray for Boobies (1999), ended up on 14 different types of music charts, worldwide.  Additionally, it reached the number one spot, on five of those 14 music charts.  In the countries of Australia, Austria and Germany the aforementioned music album reached the number one spot.  In the United States of America, it reached the number 14 spot on Billboard’s Top 200 Chart.  Therefore and not surprisingly, the Bloodhound Gang earned the recognition of having released a commercially successful music album.  Recently; Universal Music Enterprises announced that, it will commemorate the 20th year anniversary of, Hooray for Boobies (1999).  Specifically; the aforementioned music industry giant revealed that, it will re-issue the aforementioned, Bloodhound Gang music album.  The re-issue, will be done as a vinyl record.  The official re-issue date is, March 27th, 2020.
            On March 27th, 2020 the vinyl record, Hooray for Boobies (1999), will be re-issued by the following record labels.  The record labels are; Interscope, and, Universal Music Enterprises.  Additionally, the re-issue will be done as two clear vinyl records.  However and returning to, Hooray for Boobies (1999), the aforementioned music album did receive certification.  In fact, the Recording Industry Association of America (R.I.A.A.) certified this music album gold and platinum.  Interestingly, the previously said occurred on the same day.  The day or date was May 17th, 2000.  In regards to the Bloodhound Gang’s discography, the aforementioned music album is the third.  The first two music albums are; Use Your Fingers (1995), and, One Fierce Beer Coaster (1996).  All three music albums were released by, Geffen Records.  Helping Hooray for Boobies (1999) achieve commercial success, were the following singles.  The singles are; Along comes Mary, The Bad Touch, The Ballad of Chasey Lain, Mope and The Inevitable Return of the Great White Dope. 
            Continuing with; the Bloodhound Gang, the aforementioned American rock and roll band, is also categorized in the following.  Punk rock, alternative hip hop, rapcore, funk metal and electronic rock are five other ways; in which the Bloodhound Gang can be categorized.  This rock and roll band, is from the State of Pennsylvania, U.S.A.  Fascinatingly, this band is a fan favorite.  This unique distinction is due to the fact that, it used to play crazy beats with vulgar lyrics.  The vulgarity usually involved sexual subjects, sexual puns and sexual innuendos.  Additionally; the music can also be characterized as high velocity jokes, addictive hooks and inspired cover songs.  The Bloodhound Gang’s final band members were the following five persons.  The five persons are; Jimmy Pop, Evil Jared Hasselhoff, DJ Q-Ball, The Yin and Daniel P. Carter.  Jimmy Pop was the lead vocalist (1988-2015), the rhythm guitarist (1993-2015) and the lead guitarist (1988-1994).  Evil Jared Hasselhoff was the bass guitarist and the backup vocalist (1995-2015).  DJ Q-Ball played the keyboard, played the synthesizer, played the turntables, did the programming, did the samples, was the hype man and was the backup vocalist (1995-2015).  The Yin was the drummer, the percussionist and the backup vocalist (2006-2015).  Daniel P. Carter was the lead guitarist (2009-2015).  The discography of the rock and roll band, Bloodhound Gang, is made up of the following music albums; Use Your Fingers (1995), One Fierce Beer Coaster (1996), Hooray for Boobies (1999), Hefty Fine (2005) and Hard-Off (2015).  Overall, the Bloodhound Gang is credited with having sold more than 6 million music albums, worldwide.

The Track List of the Vinyl Re-Issue, Hooray for Boobies (1999):
Side A.
  1. I Hope You Die.
  2. The Inevitable Return of the Great White Dope.
  3. Mama’s Boy.
  4. Three Point One Four.
Side B.
  1. Mope.
  2. Yummy Down on This.
  3. The Ballad of Chasey Lain.
  4. R.V.S.P.
  5. Magna Cum Nada.
Side C.
  1. The Bad Touch.
  2. That Cough Came with a Prize.
  3. Take the Long Way Home.
  4. Hell Yeah.
Side D.
  1. Right Turn Clyde.
  2. This is Stupid.
  3. A Lap Dance is so Much Better when the Stripper is Crying.
  4. The Ten Coolest Things about New Jersey.
  5. Along comes Mary.
  6. The Bad Touch (The Bully Mix) (Bonus Track).

            To end and as previously stated; Universal Music Enterprises recently announced that, it will commemorate the 20th year anniversary of, Hooray for Boobies (1999).  Specifically; the aforementioned music industry giant revealed that, it will re-issue the aforementioned, Bloodhound Gang music album.  The re-issue, will be done as a vinyl record.  The official re-issue date is, March 27th, 2020.  Lastly the record labels are; Interscope, and, Universal Music Enterprises.

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R-Berumen28
03/06/2020



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