Crosses the Line Twice: "A Lap Dance Is So Much Better When the Stripper Is Crying" begins with "I was lonelier than Kunta Kinte at a Merle Haggard concert..." It not only goes downhill from there, but somehow manages to slide further and further with each passing line.
The bobbing guitar licks in "Foxtrot Uniform Charlie Kilo" are way catchier than they have any right to be.
Harsher in Hindsight: "The Bad Touch" makes a Siskel and Ebert joke. Gene Siskel died just three months before the single was released.note Fortunately the joke isn't really poking fun at Siskel; the lyric was "I'm Siskel, yes I'm Ebert/And you're getting two thumbs up"
Memetic Mutation: "Aww, shit! Here comes Pac-Man!" from the Hooray for Boobies cut "Mope". No doubt aided by the famously strange web animation using that moment.
The Pete Best: Daddy Long Legs (who wrote much of their first album) left the group right after its release due to internal disagreement. After he left, the band put out One Fierce Beer Coaster, which landed them into the mainstream. He later had some more niche success after forming horrorcore group Wolfpac, who are notable for their frequent collaborations with Insane Clown Posse.
Refrain from Assuming: "The Bad Touch" ("the Discovery Channel song") and "Fire Water Burn" ("The Roof Is On Fire", which ironically is the title of the Sampled Up example below).
Sampled Up: The Pet Shop BoysB-side they used for "The Bad Touch", and "Fire Water Burn" incorporates the chorus of "The Roof Is on Fire" by Rock Master Scott & the Dynamic Three. "The Ballad of Chasey Lane" is based in part on a Depeche Mode B-side.