The album starts off strongly with "I Hope You Die" and goes on to the next high in "Three Point One Four", both of which really appealed to me musically and in terms of lyrics. They're just plain hilarious to me at times, even if they're childish at best. But, you know, that's OK. Humour doesn't need to be superserious every single time.
Of course, "The Bad Touch" is included on here as well, Bloodhound Gang's most well-known song, and as such, this is the album to own by them. If The Lonely Island, Youtube's latest and biggest music trend, appeals to you, you will absolutely love this record, as it is basically that without the funny clips. Great music overall.
Oh, and there's a great bit of insight into the studio proceedings contained in the final bonus track, aptly named "Studio Bullshit." It shows how the lead singer and a friend of his take turns putting crazy spins on "Hooray for Boobies." Well worth buying.