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Only these pigs are three different classes of cops.--------------------------------------------------------------------- | Ultimate Guitar Tabs Archive - your #1 source for tabs!| | | | | | Over 1,000,000 guitar, guitar pro and bass tabs! They make references to Faygo, their soft-drink they invented.One of the most amusing lines in the song is "Call me psycho-schizo freak, and I'll call you by your name: dick anus." This is not a very mentally-stimulating song, but wait, this is ICP we're talking about.This is evident in the passages that come with each of the joker card albums (there are many other cd's like Forgotten Freshness of Bizaar that have nothing to do with the joker's cards). This spectacle shall be witnessed only by those who are meant to see it. Do you hold a ticket to witness the show" The answer lies within yourself. To envision yourself with something that rightfully does not belong to you... To act upon this vision and seek it out at the expense of another... Continuous dreamers of profit at the cost of another are pledged and haunted by his wizardry. Your evil acts are his magic - yesterday, now and forever. Their earlier albums have horrible production, and their latter albums like Hell's Pit were just unforgivably sick. Just listen to the album and try to get some of the humour out of it.
From deep within the Netherworld of shadow walkers comes yet another exhibit of the Dark Carnival. Others are content and satisfied with what they can achieve by themselves and have not the urge to tamper with another's well being for quick gain. The Great Milenko is in a way a bridge between their old-school style and their more slick but annoying style found in The Wraith and The Amazing Jeckyll Brothers. 1) Intro I'm no Alice Cooper fan, but I was very happy to hear his cameo in the Intro.
What follows is a ranking of ICP's studio albums—its 12 compilations, 13 EPs, three collaborative records and four solo efforts were too much for this undertaking—from worst to best. Clark shows promise with his acid spin on atonal late '80s funk, but the bloated tracklist drags.
For each album, I have provided my listening notes, a short overview and a standout track. Namely, that J and Shaggy might be the most underrated rappers in hip-hop. Then 18 and 20 years old, and only a few demos and EPs deep into the rap game, Shaggy 2 Dope and Violent J's wear their 90's West Coast influences on their sleeves.
But I've long thought there is no way that these two extremely successful musicians—who've spawned countless imitators, their own record label, an annual music festival, a merchandising empire and a devoted subculture—could've accomplished what they have without their music having some artistic merit.
They have inspired think pieces describing their music "as part of a reactionary groundswell of American culture that sees ignorance of science and book-learnin' not as a weakness, but as a virtue." Even the FBI has labeled their hardcore fans, called Juggalos, "a loosely organized hybrid gang." Like any band with a career stretching almost three decades, Insane Clown Posse—Joseph "Violent J" Bruce and Joseph "Shaggy 2 Dope" Ustler—have had their low points, sure.
This song has an overall carnival sound to it, with a wacky bassline and keyboards. That night, I f***ed three fat b****es" is another one of the funny lines from the song.