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Great Milenko
Average Customer Review: 4.48 out of 5 stars
Audio CD (12 August, 1997)
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Comedy hip-hop generally takes the low route, doing either physical humor (cf. The Fat Boys) or a litany of cheap-shots and potty-talk (cf. 2 Live Crew). Insane Clown Posse does both. But they're also side-splittingly funny for a couple listens--and pretty good with the beats and samples besides. The concept's like this: These two white guys have a vision of global unity that has something to do with dressing as clowns and spraying soda all over everything. They're, like, dead or something, so they have supernatural powers, and each album they put out represents a card in this eternal trump hand that'll call God back to earth when it's all collected together. If you can think of anything funnier on the spot, go get a record deal. --Gavin McNett ... Read more


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5-0 out of 5 stars The Great Milenko (review)
"The Great Milenko" by ICP is one of the best CD's EVER!! I'll walk y'all through it a little, so you'll know why it was one of the best CD's:
1) Intro-9.5/10- Alice Cooper did a great job on the narration. It really sets the tone for the album.
2) Great Milenko-9/10- It's a little over a minute long. Kind of like another intro, but it gives more detail to the great milenko himself
3) Hokus Pokus-11/10- One of the strongest tracks on the CD. Funny lyrics, too.
4) Piggy Pie-11/10- Kick-ass lyrics, and the chorus is cool too. The skit after the song was hillarious.
5) How Many Times-7/10- I don't know why, but this track was pretty weak. The beat was okay and the lyrics were too, but something about it made it sound repetitive.
6) Southwest Voodoo-11/10- Another one of the best songs on the album
7) Halls of Illusions-10/10- Great lyrics and meaning
8) Under the Moon-9/10- the eerie music and bizarre lyrics made the track stand out on this CD. Another one of my favorite ones.
9) What is a Juggalo-8/10- The lyrics are okay, but the chorus sucks.
10) House of Horrors-8/10- I liked this track at first, but then it started to get old...fast
11) Boogie Woogie Wu-4/10- I hate this song so much, I don't wanna even review it
12) Neden Game-100/10-(no that isn't a typo)The track is set up like a dating gameshow. I guarantee you'll love this one.
13) Hellalujah-100/10- Great skits, the lyrics are the reason i'm not religious (why should you have to spend money for a blessing?).
14) Down With the Clown-100/10- A juggalo anthem. Need I say more?
15) Just Like That-9/10- This track reminds me of something from Ringmaster
16) Pass Me By-8/10- Pretty fair track. That's all.
Anyway, I hoped my review helped in trying to figure out whether you want this album of not. This one is DEFINITELY for the juggalos.MMFCL!!

5-0 out of 5 stars one of the greatest CDs ever
great milenko is my favourite ICP cd they've made because it's the most juggalo sounding of them all and all the songs are incredibly catchy and the lyrics are wicked any way a review of the songs
1. Intro - very dark and scary the best intro of any of their CDs 9/10
2. Great milenko - wicked short song, very catchy beat 10/10
3. Hokus Pokus - one of their best songs ever, funny as lyrics, for the juggalos
4. piggy pie pretty cool song, great chorus and amusing lyrics 8/10
5. how many times? - one of their darkest songs, good slow beat but repetitive 8/10
6. southwest voodoo - probably their best song ever wicked easy to follow lyrics, awesome beat wicked juggalo pleaser 10/10
7. halls of illusions - very good song and different meaning to your regular ICP songs and cool guitar riffs in the chorus, very aggressive track 10/10
8. under the moon - not bad but it sounds too much like something off the wraith. 5/10
9. what is a juggalo - wicked song about as good as hokus pokus, hilarious lyrics 10/10
10. house of horrors - great song with a wicked beat, sounds like most of the stuff on the riddle box 9/10
11. boogie wooggie wu - ok song, a bit childish, not something i'd listen to all the time 6/10
12. the neden game - very funny song, cool beat, but i think jokers wild was a better gameshow style song 8/10
13. hellalujah - pretty funny song but gets annoying and doesnt have enough of a beat 6/10
14. down with the clown - absaloutely wicked song, same style juggalo song like hokus pokus and southwest voodoo, wicked beat, catchy lyrics, very long outro.10/10
15. just like that - pretty cool song but a bit fast, sounds like something off ringmaster 7/10
16. pass me by - pretty good but they should have made a better song for the outro. 6/10

overall this CD gets 10/10 for the 10/10 songs alone, you wont find better songs on other Cds after you listen to southwest voodoo, hokus pokus, halls of illusions, down with the clown and what is a juggalo.

5-0 out of 5 stars the best jokers card ever!!!!!!!
before i say anything i'd like to say that i recommend that every juggalo and juggalet should get this album.<br /> <br /> 1.intro-7/10 the intro is pretty cool,a little funny.<br /> <br /> 2.great milenko-5/10 sort of like another intro,it's alright<br /> <br /> 3.hokus pokus-10/10 awesome song!funny and a great beat and chorus<br /> <br /> 4.piggy pie-8/10 preety good song.awesome lyrics and beat.the skit of the end of the song is funny as hell!!! i gurantee you will laugh.i tape recorded this and played it in my math class.everyone loved the skit and laughed their ass off,teacher got mad though.<br /> <br /> 5.how many times-3/10 not that good,thats all i can say.<br /> <br /> 6.southwest voodoo-6/10 this song is fair<br /> <br /> 7.halls of illusions-10/10 completely awesome song.everything in it is great.<br /> <br /> 8.under the moon-not sure what i could say about this one.sorry.<br /> <br /> 9.what is a juggalo-10/10 this song is for every juggalo!i recommend every juggalo listens to this song!!!<br /> <br /> 10.house of horrors-3/10 not really good lyrics,beat,or humor.<br /> <br /> 11.boogie woogie wu-7/10 fair.a little horror,good chorus,and good beat.<br /> <br /> 12.the neden game-100/10 insanely awesome laugh your ass off track!!!get ready to play a dating game with extremely crude humor and crude sexual comments!listen to this song!!!!!!!!!!<br /> <br /> 13.hellalujah-not sure about this one either.sorry.<br /> <br /> 14.down with the clown-10/10 a juggalo and jugglets song.very good lyrics,chorus,and beat.<br /> <br /> 15.just like that-9/10 everything in this song is good.just short.<br /> <br /> 16.pass me by-2/10 not a good song. ... Read more

Asin: B000001EBT


Carnival of Carnage
Average Customer Review: 4.27 out of 5 stars
Audio CD (25 August, 1998)
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4-0 out of 5 stars Carnival of Carnage
Gr8 cd cant say itz they best but each cd got better and better after this cd

1.Intro-This introduces the Dark Carnival and explains what it is

2.Carnival of carnage-Just a track that says carnival of carnage over & over has a gr8 beat tho

3.The Juggla-The 1st actual song on the cd one of the best on the cd

4.First Day Out-A juggalo classic this song was later remade by twiztid for their album "MoStAsTeLeSs"

5.Red Neck Hoe-anotha classic that was also remade by icp & twiztid for the album "Psychopathics from outer space"

6.Wizard of the hood-Awesome song that was later made into an ep that featured Twiztid blaze and abk

7.Is That you w/ Kid Rock-This song pretty much blows not just because of Kid Rock i just dont like it

8.Psychopathic- Alright song

9.guts on the ceiling-ok song

10.The rest of the songs on this cd are gr8 id review em but im gettin lazy so just take my word forit

Peace ninjaz MCL


3-0 out of 5 stars The worst Joker's Card
I love ICP, and I think their earlier stuff is generally better, but this isn't very consistent, and their are only a few songs up to their usual quality. The lyrics are pretty stupid too.

1) Intro (10/10) This is a great intro to their entire legacy/saga/whatever-you-want-to-call-it. It has some chimes and Violent J (Best name ever!) talking about how the Carnival of Carnage is coming to a peaceful little town.

2) Carnival of Carnage (7/10) A usual ICP title track (they just say the title over and over on top of a beat, and sometimes have verses), but this isn't as good Great Milenko or Riddlebox. Kind of boring.

3) The Juggla (6/10) This is pretty stupid. They sucked at rapping when they made this for the most part. I mean come on ("and like I said I'll mug ya, so don't f--k with the juggla!" Tons and tons of cuss words.

4) First Day Out (8/10) Much better than the Juggla. Usual ICP abuse-some-poor-little-girl song. Kind of funny, especially the "I've got a...little piece of chicken for ya" thing. Nice creepy beat.

5) Red Neck Hoe (6/10) Might be good, except theirs this stupid voice saying "f--kin Bigot!" in the background over and over!

6) Wizard of the Hood (8/10) Good story, lame beat.

7) Is that you? (9/10) Best yet on the CD at this point. Not bad, and the beat and rapping is good, but the "play that ass like a bongo!" thing Kid Rock (yes, he's in this song) said is unbearably idiotic.

8) Psychopathic (7/10) Lacks substance. Just a simple boring beat and for about half the song he just says "Psychopachic!" over and over.

9) Guts on the Ceiling (11/10) YAY! Awesome creepy song about trying to find his guts cuz he exploded. Rapping is still bad, but one of my favorites. Ringmaster quality. This has the "Yo, you'll never guess what's up" that's used in Cemetary Girl. Juggalos know what I mean.

10) Never Had it Made (20/10) The best on the CD by far, because there are many different sections and the beat and samples are so creepy. Story of Violent J's life (or at least the one he made up). One of their best songs ever.

11) Your Rebel Flag (?/?) Don't know if I like this, I couldn't find it on Kazaa.

12) Ghetto Freak Show (9/10) Pretty good and not too stupid.

13) Taste (12/10) Great, song about ghetto revenge, lots of guest rappers who are way better than the clowns themselves.

This is worth buying only for Guts on the Ceiling, Never had it Made, and Taste.

5-0 out of 5 stars 1 of the better jokers cards.
This is Insane Clown Posses 1st and 1 of thier best c.d.s. I like this, the amazing jekel brothers, and the wraith tied for the best.I own all 6 jokers cards + bizzar, bizaar, and forgotten freshness vol's 1 and 2, so i know alot about these guys. This along with every other (icp) CD is reccomended. ... Read more

Asin: B00000A6K8
Sales Rank: 24983


The Ringmaster
Average Customer Review: 4.41 out of 5 stars
Audio CD (12 May, 1998)
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5-0 out of 5 stars All for the...RINGMASTER
Ok I have to admit that when I first bought this I was dissapointed. I thought it had no good lyrics or beats. I must have had my head up my arse coz this CD really kicks it! Now I listen to it the most aside from Riddlebox! It's old skool ICP and has a good dose of wicked shxt! My favourite song is 'The Loons" and also 'Bugs on my nutz"...a must buy! (Though I will say I don't like the original Chicken Huntin', the new one is a lot better). MCL JUGGALOS

4-0 out of 5 stars ICP at their best
In my opinion,This is ICP's best CD they have ever made.This has their old skool style that you can't hear on "Great Milenko" or "The Amazing Jeckel Bros."...This has ICP classics on it such as "Murder Go Round","Chicken Huntin'",Mr.Johnson's Head",,"Bugz On My Nugz",and "Wagon,Wagon".They were raw as hell on this album,This CD has funny stuff,scary stuff,weird stuff,everything you know and love about ICP is on here.This is a classic ICP CD and I recommend any ICP fan get this.

5-0 out of 5 stars the ringmaster
these cd is very good these is one of my fav cd of all time these is horrarcore at its best i just wish mike e clark would come back him and icp are heaps better then mike p and icp every one already knows that any way who is 50cent oh thats right right POP RAP ... Read more

Asin: B000006Q6S
Sales Rank: 20975


The Riddle Box
Average Customer Review: 4.56 out of 5 stars
Audio CD (10 October, 1995)
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5-0 out of 5 stars It looks like the joke's on you!
After putting together two entertaining and intriguing albums ("Carnival of Carnage" & "Ringmaster"), ICP found their formula and hit their creative peak with this masterpiece. "Riddlebox" is the ultimate ICP album. On the 3rd Joker's Card J and Shaggy deliver a hip hop album with so much punch it could crack somebody's ribs if they were turned sideways while this CD was playing. Outrageously funny at times, and psychotic all the way through, the album hits hardest after the track 'Lil' Sumpin' Sumpin'' ends. The final four songs (especially the haunting song "12", which is arguably ICP's best song ever) create the dark mood that best describes the world of the Juggalos and the Dark Carnival, and sets the stage for the 4th Joker's Card, "The Great Milenko". And as for some people saying ICP can't put out good music like Korn or Limp Bizkit? Just check out the remix of "Chicken Huntin'" which came out the same time Korn's first album did, and WAY before L.B. Finally, I will say that if you don't own "Riddlebox", or have never heard it, you will never truly understand yourself.

5-0 out of 5 stars Dark, funny, and brilliant.
This is Insane Clown Posse's 3rd installment of their series of 6 Joker's Cards. A lot of people would call Riddlebox ICP's best album. Some would say this is where ICP is at their creative peak. I would have to agree with that. Many of the songs are some of Violent J and Shaggy 2 Dope's best work. The coolest songs on this cd are "The Show Must Go On", "Cemetary Girl", and "12". "I'm Coming Home" is personally my favorite track by ICP. The Insane Clown Posse can write some unique rap songs because they rap about a variety of different things. Things like dead bodies, toys, and beating down rednecks. I suggest that you buy all of the Joker's Cards or anything by ICP because everything they put out is phat.

5-0 out of 5 stars #1 jokers card
i'm a big ICP fan. out of all six joker cards this one was the best. the songs "Chiken Huntin'" and "The Show Must Go On" are awesome. even if your not a ICP fan you'll love it. it kicks ass! if you bye it you'll won't stop listening to this. The Riddle Box is wicked and the best!!!!!!!!! ... Read more

Asin: B00000057M
Sales Rank: 8399


Terror Wheel
Average Customer Review: 4.59 out of 5 stars
Audio CD (05 August, 1994)
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5-0 out of 5 stars One of ICPs best
The Terror Wheel is just one of the freshest ICP albums ever! First off the cover is phat looking. I like every song on here. "The Smog" is definatly the best one though. Violent J raps awesome on this song and his lyrics are crazy wicked. "I Stuck Her With My Wang" is cool. Shaggy puts down some funny raps on this song. And "Amys in the Attic." This is the reason I bought the cd, because I thought this song would be tight, and it was. Really wierd lyrics and some wicked background music. This is an awesome song. This album is something all Juggalos must have.

5-0 out of 5 stars The Clown Burst Continues!
Fan of "the Ringmaster"? Then this is a must! While still keeping the low-fi edge of its predecessor the "Terror Wheel" brings a more juvenile and fun spirit to the table, if you can believe that. But also offering a precursor of what was to come on their next joker card. Plus, it made "Dead Body Man" a local Detroit hit. The sound is still ominous but the samples and music are more varied. Making for a short but fun EP. "The Smog" is great fit for a B horror film or just a great idea for one. "I Stuck Her With My Wang" is a head shaking but perfect guilty pleasure. If you've broken down, and hidden "the Ringmaster" or "Riddle Box" behind your collection then there is room for this. Isn't there!

5-0 out of 5 stars The Best Sideshow
This is deffinitly the best EP ICP has done. All the trax on here are phresh az hell. Opening up with probably my favorite ICP track ever "Dead Body Man" this track is also on Riddlebox. Then they come through with "Skitzophrantic" which has a killer beat and sum crazy rhymes. "The Smog" is another track with ...ill ... beats and a crazy tale about killer smog. "Out" this track is ok, it got a pretty crazy story to it but it's nuthin real stand out. Then u got the classic Shaggy 2 Dope track "I Stuck Her With My Wang" this track is funny as hell, u deffinitly gotta hear this one if u haven't already. Then to end the ep they have probably the most overlooked ICP track "Amy's In The Attic" this song is scary, a scary tale over a scary beat, this track needs to get way more props than what it gets. This cd was released when ,I think, ICP's style wuz at it's highest. So all u new juggalos, or juggalos that lost this or sumthin GET IT NOW. ... Read more

Asin: B000001UNL
Sales Rank: 41046


Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars
Audio CD (31 October, 2000)
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5-0 out of 5 stars A great release from ICP...
1. Intro
2. Take Me Away
3. Fearless
4. Rainbows & Stuff
5. Whut
6. Still Stabbin'
7. Tilt-A-Whirl
8. We Gives No ...BR>9. Please Don't Hate Me
10. Behind The Paint
11. My Homies Baby Mama
12. Pendulum's Promise
13. Sampler
14. Sampler
15. Bonus Track

(If i got the track listing wrong then it's because i have a burned copy that i got off a friend which includes the same sampler twice.)

ICP's BIZAAR is a definetily a very good release. It shows the comical side of ICP more than ever on songs like "Rainbows & Stuff" and "My Homies Baby Mama". "Whut" is a great song (it sounds a lot like "Get Ya Wicked On" off of 'The Wraith: Shangri-La'). "Please Don't Hate Me", a stab at rival white rapper Eminem is hilarious but really doesn't harm Em in any way considering he already hates his mother anyway. "Take Me Away" is good and so is the sampler at the end talking about the sixth jokers card album which, by now, is already in stores. So i recommand to you to buy BIZAAR and any other ICP album, all of them are awesome.

The other BIZAAR isn't as good but is still worth buying.

5-0 out of 5 stars This CD May Be Bizaar, But That's ICP For Ya
Hey, Shawn the Juggalo from Canada here. Insane Clown Posse's Bizaar is strictly for true ICP fans known as Juggalos. During the Great Milenko and Amazing Jeckel Brothers eras, the ICP introduced rock with their rap and it seemed to fit well. Tons of new fans bought those records, plainly because heavy guitar riffs were included in songs such as "Piggy Pie", "Halls Of Illusions", "Assasins" and "F' The World". On Halloween on 2000, ICP came out with twin CDs. Bizzar and Bizaar. Note the spelling differences. These two albums were everything ICP had in them to make Juggalos happy. This time, they didn't have to worry about capturing new fans, icluding a Dark Carnival Joker's Card message or anything the other albums did. They just wanted to make good music that people would strive to listen to. And they did exactly that. I think Bizaar is slightly better than Bizzar only because the songs were more typical ICP. But don't get me wrong, Bizzar is a good CD. So if you, for some reason, are a Juggalo, and don't have this album I suggest you buy both of them. But get this one first. Peace out Juggalos.

1-0 out of 5 stars Tererible
The Insane Clown posse is so insanely bad they suck and they cant rap buy illmatic instead you diis illmatic you freaks and my Black friends will kick your little High School butts ... Read more

Asin: B000050HS3
Sales Rank: 58827


Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars
Audio CD (31 October, 2000)
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3-0 out of 5 stars Boy, it feels so good. Everytime I murder, I get happy!
2000's "Bizzar" is a lyrical trashfest that temporarily drifts away from the scary side of the Dark Carnival. Hilariously vulgar and unrestrained, this album is basically a Saturday morning cartoon packed with car crashes, psychotic killers, and razor-sharp stabs at MTV. The CD also features cameo appearances by Twiztid, Blaze, and Esham.
On the album's opening title track, Juggalos are invited to jam on the dance floor. Out to break every funny bone in the U.S., Violent J raps about working at Kinkos and keeping a corpse in his car. He even uses the bathroom in the song's latter half! "Cherry Pie" is a raunchy slice of nymphomaniac porn served a la mode! "Radio Stars" is an audio barrel of laughs! In this scenario, J and Shaggy make many disastrous attempts to make a music video for MTV, zooming from DMX-style rap to Weezer-like alternative to even boy band pop! "Bizzar's" single, "Let's Go All the Way," provides the hope of a better world. It's a dream parade in which everyone is invited, and no one is rejected or harrassed. "Let a Killa" is an unapologetic hip-hop bashing of today's models and celebrities. In "Juggalo Paradise," a tormented J is touched by the Dark Carnival and given the strength to toss icebergs, snatch jewels with Chinese ninjas, and straighten the Tower of Pisa. Finally, the surprisingly gentle "Crystal Ball" predicts a grim future for a Detroit drug dealer.
Unfortunately, "Bizzar's" other tracks make the CD fall short overall. They basically were not as meticulously thought out as the demented duo's Joker Card classics. "Questions" is nothing more than a series of absurd and gruesome phrases. Both "Mr. Happy" and "My Axe" star J as a medicated, 30-year-old murderer who thinks with the mind of a 6-year-old boy. "If" is a silly song that may as well answer questions out of a book at Barnes & Noble.
If you are a new buyer seeking ICP's material, you may want to consider purchasing the Bizzar-Bizarr double release later. You are better off listening to all six Joker Cards, from 1991's "Carnival of Carnage" to 2002's "The Wraith."

4-0 out of 5 stars Unique!
Firstoff, to clear some confusion amongst some Insane Clown Posse fans known as ..., we can look forward to more Insane Clown Posse. Bizzar is thus unique in many ways. Firstly, its design is far removed from those of any Joker's Cards such as The Amazing Jeckel Brothers or The Great Milenko, and so forth. Furthermore, ICP themselves stated in a recent interview that they went into their Dark Carnival studio with the mindset of having never heard another piece of music ever before, as though they were the only band on the planet, and it shows. Moreso than their Joker's Cards, with their now-customary circus sounds and language, Bizzar mixes and manipulates all kinds of noises and special effects, and blends them with ICP lyrics which actually seem somewhat deeper than their usual works. In my humble opinion, Bizzar is actually better than its sister album, Bizaar, with tracks like the jamming Let's Go all The Way, Questions, which is reminiscent of How Many Times?, Mr Happy, which is hauntingly funny, and Radio Stars, in which ICP attempt to "sell-out" their artistic merits in a quest for airtime, a funny parody. Crystal Ball, however, is my favorite, in the tradition of other chilling last-tracks on ICP albums. I urge all my fellow ... to buy this cd, because even though it's not a Joker's Card, it is ICP at their most unique, not to mention hysterical. But, if you've gotta buy only one CD, buy Bizzar. You will not be disappointed.

5-0 out of 5 stars Bizzar
This is a great cd (but what do u excpt from icp?). Bizaar goes great with this but this is a must have!!! It has a great beat that is addictive. if u listen to it once ull want to buy it no doubt its not a waste of money. ... Read more

Asin: B000050HS6
Sales Rank: 71984


Forgotten Freshness: Vols. 1 & 2
Average Customer Review: 4.75 out of 5 stars
Audio CD (18 August, 1998)
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5-0 out of 5 stars This CD is their best collection!
This has got to be the best collection of ICP's rare songs. I really like "85 Bucks an Hour" and "Red Christmas." They are the best! If you want to have every ICP song ever, then this is the one to get. You will enjoy it! It has good songs and 2 remixes and the original version of "Piggy Pie." Although I think the remix of "Hokus Pokus" is horrible, the rest is fresh.

5-0 out of 5 stars Even More Dark Carnival Perfection!!!
Great, if you love'em. Garbage, if you hate'em. Still, this is a great mish-mash of rarities that never found a home on LP or EP and seals the notion that the Insane Clown Posse are indeed prolific. Arguably, the most prolific Rap group of the 90s! Christmas and Halloween tracks highlight the double set showing the duo can flawlessly drop appropriate rhymes for the holidays. The Halloween spirit suits ICP perfectly with spooky storytelling tracks like Halloween On Military Street, Dead Pumpkins and Mr. Rotten Treats. Plus, there is some well earned revulsion towards Xmas with tracks like Santa's a Fat B*tch and Red Christmas that will warm the heart of any holiday weary lout. Another plus is Hollywood Records un-approved version Piggy Pie with it's ultra violent lyrics that would make any self respecting Juggalo drool. More lost gems like House of Wonders, I Didn't Mean To Kill' Em, and Mental Warp just perplex juggalos, that they never found themselves on a proper album. If you can't get enough of the clown duo after you bought all their Jokers Cards this set will satisfy the void.

5-0 out of 5 stars Simply... just awesome... you have to get it
This cd realized me that I am a real juggalo. Now I feel like I'm ready to join Dark Carnival family... and you know what? WE WANT YOU 2!! BUY IT AND JOIN US !! ... Read more

Asin: B000009QXK
Sales Rank: 27731


Amazing Jeckel Brothers [Limited Edition]
Average Customer Review: 4.58 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars AMAZING
The Amazing Jeckel Brothers is the best Insane Clown Posse cd made since GREAT MILENKO (which nothing will top) and holds posititon as my second favorite ICP album of all time. RINGMASTER holds third, while WRAITH holds fourth. RIDDLE BOX holds 5th place, and CARNIVAL OF CARNAGE holds sixth.

The only difference in this cd from the original is that it has the yellow case with a different cover photo, the tracks are the same as listed below:

1. Intro
2. Jack Jeckel
3. Bring It On - wickedly awesome!
4. I Want My...- great song with a hilarious FOOKOFF skit before it.
5 B...- great song with ODB.
6. Terrible
7. I Stab People
8. Another Love Song - Yes, finally part two of LOVE SONG (the original can be found on the RINGMASTER Cd.)
9. Everbody Rize - great
10. Play With Me
11. Jake Jeckel
12. ...The World - ...13. Shaggy Show - hilarious fun with Snoop Dogg featured.
14. Mad Professor - great song.
15. Assassins
16. Echo Side

17. Nothing's Left

1. "Carnival Of Carnage"
2. "Ringmaster"
3. "Riddle Box"
4. "Great Milenko"
5. "Amazing Jeckel Brothers"
6. "Wraith: Shangri-La"
"Wraith: Hell's Pit"
1. "Beverly Kills"
2. "Tunnel Of Love"
3. "Terror Wheel"
4. "Bizaar"
5. "Bizaar"
1. "Forgotten Freshness Vol. 1 & 2 (Double-Disc)"
2. "Forgotten Freshness Vol. 3"
3. "Pendulum Tome"
4. "Pendulum CD & Graphic Novel"

ENJOY, The AMAZING Jeckel Brothers!...

5-0 out of 5 stars great album
Great Album, worth it for fans and non fans alike.
echo side though isnt as bad as everyone says it is.
another great album from another great band.

4-0 out of 5 stars The Amazing Jeckel Brothers
This was the first icp cd i ever heard and instantly became a fan. Every single song is good and also hilarious. Highly Recomended- this cd will turn you on to icp if you havnt heard them yet. ... Read more

Asin: B00000J2SL
Sales Rank: 175981


Hokus Pokus [#1]
Average Customer Review: 4.57 out of 5 stars
Audio CD (07 April, 1998)
list price: $12.98
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  • CD-single
  • Import
Reviews (7)

4-0 out of 5 stars Come Take A Spin In A Carney Ride!
First off, while this single is fresh and fairly rare, its worth it to the juggalos and collectors. But then again, ALOT of people dig this song, it was extremely popular in Europe which is why this is an import single, and, like all other singles by I.C.P in the U.S., it never got much air-play because of their image. This single contains 4 tracks of 'Hokus Pokus', and the other version(#2), contains 3 other previously-released tracks including 'My Kind of Bxtch' and 'Prom Queen' off their "Tunnel of Love" ep, as well as the fresh song 'Skitsofrantic' from their "Terror Wheel" ep. Most juggalos will have both of the versions and most prefer #2 so I would suggest that version if its available as is that ones rarer then this one and has different songs to bump to. Anyway, like I said, this contains the 'Hokus Pocus' track in 4 different versions...
'Headhuntaz Remix' was remixed by a famous DJ in Europe named Jason Nevins. The remix was a hit in Europe and other countries out of the U.S., so their label, Polygram, decided to make it a single-disc internationally which is why its hard to find here in the states. This is also the video-version of the song and is also available on "Forgotten Freshness volume 2". I think this track is pretty phat, its different beat-wise and done well by Jason, I recommend this song to people who want to hear a little taste of the flavor by I.C.P.
'Radio Edit' is the LP version of the song, only remixed for radio. Not much different from the LP version, just edited. And as we all know, edits are for radio/MTV-people so its stale, but its I.C.P so its still fresh.
'Headhuntaz Instrumental' is just the beats for the remix and is fresh for karaoke or if you just want to hear some dope bass and sxit.
'LP Version' can be found on their album "The Great Milenko", and this is the original song. I dig this song alot and I think it was smart for the clowns to make this a single as its more accesible for pre-juggalos and still has that wicked flavor we all know and love. I like this version better then the remix, but its all fresh.
Most part-time juggalos wouldn't even bother to get this, but hardcore juggalos and collectors will love to have this in their collection. I dig this single alot, and I think you will too if you like the Hokus Pokus song. See you in the Dark Carnival...

5-0 out of 5 stars hokus pokus
i tryed to buy this online never got it (here) . i am a juggalo and i say hell no . if you were smart you buy this cd .caz i got it now aND ITS phat as all...

5-0 out of 5 stars ICP Kicks @ss
If you like the song hokus pokus then you will like the hokus pokus cd single when ever they editout a sware word icp always think of something clever to edit it like a wierd sound or they think of better ways to say it i love it and i think if your an icp fan you will too. ... Read more

Asin: B00000897G
Sales Rank: 44039
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