The Plague That Makes Your Booty Move... It's the Infectious Grooves is the debut album by Infectious Grooves, released in 1991. The second song "Therapy" featured Ozzy Osbourne. The album introduces the character Sarsippius. As of 2011, the album is out of print and problems with the rights ownership make a reissue unlikely. However, it is available as an MP3 download.
Some of the songs received airplay on MTV, including "Therapy" and "Punk It Up". Steve Huey from Allmusic praised the album, calling it "an unabashed good-time party record". The album charted at 198 on the Billboard 200 and 6 on the Billboard Heatseekers.