August 11, 2000 15:16


The band perform an instore signing session in [b]London[/b]...

Bloodhound Gang will meet fans during an instore signing at VIRGIN MEGASTORE on LONDON's OXFORD STREET next FRIDAY (August 18).

The entire band will be at the shop from midday ahead of the release the following Monday (August 21) of new single 'The Ballad Of Chasey Lain'.

The signing follows a Bloodhound Gang show at London's Astoria on August 16. The show serves as a warm-up for the notorious quintet's appearances at V2000 festival on August 19 and 20.

And as revealed earlier this week (August 9) on, the band's DJ Q-Ball has been working with Eminem on untitled tracks for his forthcoming solo album.

"Working with Eminem is great, because we're on the same wavelength," he said.

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