The songs of The Bloodhound Gang can be described as humorous, obscene, offensive and almost always sexual. Things are often not literally, but said through the clever use of metaphors, for example: “You came through a Sears catalog” or “Love, the child or which you clean up with a mop and bucket”. The most famous songs of the band are probably “Fire Water Burn”, “The bad touch” and “The ballad of Chasey Lain”. The latter is an ode to legendary pornstar Chasey Lain. However, when the band members were asked in an interview whether they were really such big fans of Chasey, the answer was clearly NO. They met her, and she was a big disapointment, she was hairier than the band members, and more stupid than a table! An answer you can expect from the Bloodhound Gang.