Use Your Fingers is the Bloodhound Gang's first album. It was released on July 18, 1995, by Cheese Factory Records. Some of the songs on the album were reworked version of demos from Bloodhound Gang's earlier demo tapes, Just Another Demo and The Original Motion Picture Soundtrack to Hitler's Handicapped Helpers.
"One Way" contains a sample from "Theme From Sanford & Son," and initially, according to the band's website prior to 2004, resulted in a cease and desist from Quincy Jones (it was ultimately resolved - Jones received co-writing credit, and the song remains on the album. The band has described the album as "the one that resulted in the most cease and desist orders in the band's history.").
"She Ain't Got No Legs" originally contained a sample from the Cure, but frontman Robert Smith refused to grant permission.