This Uncle Kracker/Better Than Ezra/Sugar Ray super group sounds as bad as you'd think.

This Uncle Kracker/Better Than Ezra/Sugar Ray super group sounds as bad as you'd think.
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Great news! Musicians from three bands you never want to hear again have combined into a Cerberus-like musical hellhound to haunt your aural nightmares.

This Uncle Kracker/Better Than Ezra/Sugar Ray super group sounds as bad as you'd think.

Where's the fourth horseman? (via Getty Images)

Finally, there's a new summer anthem to make all the kids shout, "why, god, why?" So bring your self-loathing to the dance floor, because members of Uncle Kracker, Sugar Ray, and Better Than Ezra (specifically Mark McGrath, Uncle Kracker and Kevin Griffin) have created a Voltron of musical crapitude. What could they possibly sound like? Could it be an extended Uncle Kracker freestyle rap while the other guys pose around him and say things people remember from the 90s, like "grunge" and "frosted tips?" Well, I have the song embedded below, but first, I made an example Sugar Ray/Better Than Ezra/Uncle Kracker mash-up song to prepare you:

"I Don't Get Women, But I Get Music"

Every morning there's a halo hangin
from the corner of my girlfriend's four post bed
Aha, it was good living with you.
Aha, it was good living with you.
Aha, it was good living with you.
Aha, it was good living with you.
Aha, it was good living with you.
I'm just a M C to keep the boogie in the party.

Anyway, surprise: The real song is worse than that! The single's is titled "BYHB," which stands for "bring your hot body," and I want to bring my hot body far, far away from anything to do with this song. There's an emotional spoken breakdown that repeats the lyrics "Can I get a hey-hey/Can I get a what-what" in the same tone a sane singer would use to say "I love you." I feel like the entire subtext of this song is "I am terrified of real emotions, and if I stop singing about your hot bod, I'll have to face my scary feelings, so I'm gonna KEEP SINGING."

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