|He Pukes Based Shark|
2:19 (Video version)
|Released on||18 March 2011 (as free track)|
9 April 2011 (album)
|Bandcamp||He Pukes Based Shark|
He Pukes Based Shark utilizes raw, loud and distorted bass and an extremely simple beat. The vocals are sampled from Weezer's Buddy Holly. The middle section of the song contains the bassline Ren described to be "the grooviest one they've ever written".
The 2:18 long video consists of various low-quality clips (which seem to be ripped from a VHS tape) from a few advertisements from the 1980's, primarily for video game consoles, with filters applied over.
He Pukes Based Shark currently holds the record for being the only track so far to have an official music video. The video is included in the #BASEDSHARK album download (or it can be downloaded for free from the video's description).
- The song's title originates from a screenshot of YouTube's automatic caption system.
- The original single cover art is based off the same picture as Nintendon't. This picture was also used as art for He Pukes Based Shark (Renard Remix) and the disc from the physical release of #BASEDSHARK.