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U Dont Know Me
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
Audio CD (19 June, 2000)
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5-0 out of 5 stars KID ROCK RULES!

Asin: B00004W9IF
Sales Rank: 122649


The Marshall Mathers LP
Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars
Audio CD (23 May, 2000)
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Will the real Slim Shady please stand up? On Eminem's sophomore album, he can't decide who he wants to be: the deranged pseudo-psycho of the Slim Shady LP, or a nice guy who just likes to rhyme about slicing and dicing his girlfriend ("Kim"). Of course, according to Eminem, he's just kidding. He refuses to take responsibility for the misogynistic, homophobic bile he spews, whining that he's the victim of people who don't get his unique sense of humor. It's good old America's fault if the kids aren't alright (Eminem blames bad parenting), and he's just capitalizing on Uncle Sam's dark side. On the Marshall Mathers LP, he's ambivalent about his fame, angry at his life, pissed off that people take him seriously, and fightin' mad at boy bands--and a lot of other white people. But the blue-eyed brat is acutely aware of his status as rap's resident alien: he has the most offensive mouth running, but never uses the "N" word. He gives lyrical love to tragic (black) legends like Tupac and Biggie while dissing white rappers hard. Even sitting duck Puffy gets the kid-gloves treatment. Of course, Eminem is an interesting, witty rapper, and there's some nice production on this CD, courtesy of Dr. Dre and others. But the hatred in Eminem's rhymes makes the album rotten at its core. And his protests that Slim Shady is just a persona become less convincing with each arrest. Then again, Eminem's got it hard: he's rich, famous, white, and male. --Lizz Mendez Berry ... Read more


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4-0 out of 5 stars May I Have Your Attention . . . . . .
Eminem's form of expression mixed with humor and complete vulgarity has always fascinated me in an odd way. Maybe it's because he's always testing and then breaking the boundaries of music. On "The Marshall Mathers LP," Eminem goes against the grain, but this time struggles with many different issues, including his new-found fame, the current wave of garbage-pop music, and unresolved questions from his past.

Eminem spits in the music industry's collective face with his song "The Real Slim Shady," which disses well-known music figures like Christina Aguilera, 'NSync, and Will Smith and includes a great sing-along chorus. Continuing in the same vein is the tongue-in-cheek "Marshall Mathers," which again snarls at boy bands while Eminem ponders why little kids want to be like him. His brutally honest "Drug Ballad" showcases his once back-and-forth relationship with drugs and their brutal effects. Two of the biggest standouts on the album are "Stan" and "Kim." "Stan" illustrates the issue of fan-obsession and its extremes. The song soars with backing vocals by Dido, making it even more captivating. "Kim" is oddly gripping and emotionally exhausting--its haunting melody and lyrics paint a picture of the darker side of a relationship gone too far. Eminem wildly wavers between hate, love, dispair, and hope before ending the song with the utmost tragedy. Eminem's writing skills are amazing--his ability to tell stories conjure up disturbing mental images as he journeys to the dark side of life. Definitely not for the easily offended, Eminem will make you laugh, think, and hit the "repeat" button on your CD player. This album is worth buying and listening.

5-0 out of 5 stars The only White Rap worth Hearing
I never listened to rap before Eminem came out. I find his rhythms and rhyme scheme to be fascinating. I believe in total freedom of speech and if you don't like the lyrics, don't listen.

...OOL LYRICS TO SONGS, LISTEN TO "IM BACK". MARSHALL MATHERS IS A COOL SONG TOO. HOPE YOU ENJOY THE CDg there money on a cd with innoproperite lyrics, and making him that much more rich. He doesn't care about you. He will do whatever it takes to make money. He has led so many people down the wrong path in life. With his money he is probably going to spend it on drugs, beer, and other stupid stuff. Why wouyld you buy something that has lyrics that talk about sex, voilence, drugs, and more. Well hope you don't buy his cd. Peace out.lad-about drugs of course

Amityville-em and his pals d-12 rappin it oy here

Kim-This one is truly a very strange song this is about eminem trying to kill his wife Kim and his hate for her.

Criminal-crazy last som stands out alot

I like this album just give it a chance to sink in and you will like it too forget about how people diss him and say hes not talented. It's goodan awesome beat.

The Real Slim Shady: Ahh, the 'friendly" radio song. It's a good single, but the happy-beat doesn't fit in anywhere on this album.

Remember Me: Another "EM going off track." It's a bit slower than usual, but yet another song that makes this a great CD.

Im Back: Em is mad. He thinks that you forgot about him. Overall, a good-to-fair tune.

Marshall Mathers: The personal song. Em talks about his mom, and Kim. It's a great slow song. "Slow?" Trust me, it works., beautifully.

Drug Ballad: Em's "love song." He mixes hip-hop choruses into it, and this is this time's "Cum On Everybody."

Amityville: I don't particularly care for this song, but it's good enough to not skip.

Bitch Please Part II: Guests galore. It hits hard and fast, with the most straight-rap vibe in this whole album.

Kim: A funny-in-a-weird-way song. His "Na-na-na-na-na"s in the beginning is priceless, and so are the lyrics.

Under The Influence: Whoa. Em starts out talking to Halley-Jade, and then...........Whoa.

Criminal: The perfect closer. A potential single, you'll love it.

As for the skits, Public Service Annoucement 2000 is basically a continuation of the first album's intro, Steve Berman is one where he pokes fun at a record-exec, and Ken Kaniff............let's just say, he got ICP back.

Em is angry at SOMETHING. You can hear it in his voice. He yells, kicks, screams, and, ultimately, gets his message across. And in the process, he makes one of the finest rap albums ever made.

5-0 out of 5 stars "floydianfan" is un-educated on real rap.
This album is great. I'm white, but it doesn't make me a "whigger" to listen to this bumpin' cd. Some people just take music too literal [serious] and actually DO what these rappers joke about. Some people are too stupid to understand what is right, and what is wrong. Em' is a comedian no matter how much he denies it. This album is his best although twisted and not for the easily-offended. It's NOT a freestlye session. And many people can rap "better" but not as "sinister" as Eminem and Slim Shady[his sick side]. So if you take things too seriously, or don't like twisted rap, don't buy it. Otherwise 5 outta' 5! ... Read more

Asin: B00004T9UF


The Slim Shady LP
Average Customer Review: 4.26 out of 5 stars
Audio CD (23 February, 1999)
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On The Slim Shady LP, Eminem wants it all. He's conflicted, you see; the world has treated him badly, and he wants to respond in kind. But he isn't a straight-up gangsta--this is, after all, the first release on Dr. Dre's Aftermath Records, his post-Death Row-era venture--and Eminem (born Marshall Mathers) doesn't really want anyone to follow in his footsteps, which leads to some interesting contradictions on this album. In the first single, "My Name Is," he's self-deprecating, rapping about his poor upbringing and his hairy palms. But on the very next song, "Guilty Conscience," he plays the devil to Dr. Dre's angel--that is, until Eminem brings up an incident from Dre's devilish past, rapping, "You gonna take advice from someone who slapped Dee Barnes?" Later, on "'97 Bonnie & Clyde," he turns Will Smith's "Just the Two of Us" on its ear, making it a tale of murder; but on "My Fault," he actually feels bad--though whether it's for the girl he overdosed or for himself is tough to figure out. With his nasal Midwestern tone, Mathers has a clean, clear flow, and the production--by Dr. Dre, Marky, and Jeff Bass--is crisp but consistently fun. With his outlook, it's tough to take Eminem too seriously, but he's made an album you don't have to take seriously to enjoy. --Randy Silver ... Read more


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5-0 out of 5 stars One Of Em's Finest
Simply a classic Marshall Mathers masterpiece. Slim gets help on the mix boards with one of rap's most admired producers of all time, Dr. Dre. Dre makes songs like "Guilty Conscience" stand out with a unique feeling that you won't get from listening to anything else. My favorite tracks (in no particular order) are: My fault, As the World turns, Role Model, Guilty Conscience, My name is,'97 Bonnie and Clyde, Just don't give a F--- and Brain Damage. This album often gets hard knocks due to hits harsh lyrical content. Since buying this album two weeks ago, I have listened to it quite a few times and the lyrics do not bother me at all. However, if you are under 16, I do not reccomend playing this album in front of your parents. Eminem is one of the most talented emcyees to pick up a microphone in years. He makes words rhyme brilliantly in ways you could never immagine. If you are thinking of buying em's third release-The "Eminem Show", or his sophomore effort-"The Marshall Mathers LP" I deeply reccomend picking up this album first. It will help you relate to what he is saying in his newer releases, and will let you travel deep inside the mind of Em's dark alter-ego-Slim Shady. If you love classic rap like Tupac, Biggs, Nas, Jay-Z, Dre, and Snoop-then I promise you will fall in love with this album immediately. 10/10-lyrics 8/10-beats (if you want some very tight beats buy "The Marshall Mathers LP") 9/10-production, 10/10-Flow. Pick up this album soon!

5-0 out of 5 stars This isn't nu-metal or rock? well it's still d*mn good
Holy @%*#$@%&$*!!! I'll just give the list of songs and ratings:

1 Public Service Announcment- funny - 10/10
2 My Name Is- Funny, creative, and sturdy - 9/10
3 Guilty Conscience- Very Creative, got Dr. Dre, flowing - 9.5/10
4 Brain Damage- A little funny and smooth song - 8.5/10
5 Paul- Ok, I don't necessarily care about his lawyer, but ok - 5.5/10
6 If I Had- Funny and sad, cool song - 8/10
7 97' Bonnie And Clyde- Wicked and freaky, but awesome song - 9/10
8 [bitch] Eh, just some ... - 5.5/10
9 Role Model- Super Creative and...trippy - 9/10
10 Lounge- Hey, he can really sing! - 7.5/10
11 My Fault- um, just not for me, it's alright - 7/10
12 Ken Kaniff- Funny, somewhat creative...I think - 9/10
13 Cum On Everybody- yeah, not for me, but ok - 7/10
14 Rock Bottom- ONE [HECK] OF A SONG!!! - 10/10
15 Just Don't Give A [FUCK]- Wacky and awesome - 10/10
16 Soap-...oh, weird thing to put on a CD - 7/10
17 As The World Turns- Good and creative, that's about all - 8/10
18 I'm Shady- Good and creative - 8.5/10
19 Bad Meets Evil- Good, but nothing as creative as it seems - 7.5/10
20 Still Don't Give A ... Less Awesome than Just Don't Give A ..., but still great - 9.5/10

5-0 out of 5 stars Sick!
I liked my name is that's funny! Gooooood lyrics and great beats. ... Read more

Asin: B00000I5JQ


Insane Clown Posse: Juggalo Championshit Wrestling, Vol.1
Average Customer Review: 4.33 out of 5 stars
DVD (25 November, 2003)
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5-0 out of 5 stars A Juggalo role model, if you will, Evil Dead!
First of all, I don't care for ICP or fake wrestling, BUT...This is the most hilarious thing I have ever seen! The commentary is genius and retarded at once.
Abdullah the Butcher, The Iron Sheik, King Kong Bundy, Evil Dead, what more do you need? Unintentional erroneous use of the English language? (yeah, I know, I have some speculation) It's there. Profusious stabbing? It's there. Profanity? Plenty!
Great fun. You'll love it or hate it. And if you're not a Juggalo, I gradually invite you to get...out!!!

4-0 out of 5 stars Believe it or not it's actually worth the watch!!!
I'm defineatly not an ICP fan at all, in fact I think they sort of (...). This video however rules, I don't think the wrestling or lack of is worth anything but what makes this video great is the lame storylines and laugh out loud commentary. Violent Jay and that Shaggy guy (yeah ICP) are so (...) hilarious you can't help but enjoy watching some of the worst wrestling on the planet. The matches are all one sided, I mean a 120 pound kid against King King Bundy. And teh highlight of this video is the "Evil Dead" just his entrance is awesome. I defineatly recommend this DVD and I'm a traditional wrestling fan.

4-0 out of 5 stars This DVD was way better then I thought it was going to be.
I love wrestling. And I have a ton of wrestling DVDs. This is high on my list of favorites. It is just a ton of fun to watch. Now, I'm not a huge ICP fan (In fact I hated them when they were in WCW), but this sure ain't WCW. This is JCW. And this wrestling is not for the kiddies. It's announcers use tons of profanity (but they are really funny). There is lots of blood, and weapons galore.

Here are some of the better matches:

Street Fight Weapons Battle Royal: Is this a good match? Not really....but it is hysterical to watch. Especially since Ricky Morton of the Rock n' Roll Express is in it, and the announcers call him everything from Rikki Rachtman to Ricky Schroeder. And there is a guy who wears a barrel to the ring...really.

Tom "The Scrub" vs. King Kong Bundy: This is another really funny match.....why? Tom weighs just over 150 lbs. King Kong Bundy weighs in at over 350. You figure it out.

And the Main Event- The ICP vs Doink the Clown, and...ummm Doink the Clown: This is actually a pretty cool match. Lots of broken tables and stuff. And lots of run ins at the end including 2 former ECW wrestlers (I won't ruin the surprise).

This dvd is as close as you can get to attending a live independent show without actually going. The production values may be low, the wrestling may be a little sub-par at times, but if you want to see some really funny pro-wrestling with some faces you've seen before, I'd buy JCW: Vol 1 ... Read more

Asin: B000059MPX
Sales Rank: 22794
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Grits Sandwiches for Breakfast
Average Customer Review: 3.55 out of 5 stars
Audio CD (27 November, 1990)
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2-0 out of 5 stars At the time.. decent, maybe.. but now..
At the time of the release of this album, it might have been a decent album. This was at a time where rap was just starting to evolve, and the "old-school" sound was the ticket to ride. When you look back on those albums now, you almost have to laugh at the lack of talent displayed on those albums. This album might have been good back in 1990, but now, in 2001, you almost have to laugh at the sound. This might be a good purchase for an EXTREME kid rock fan, but for anyone else, don't waste your money.

5-0 out of 5 stars grit sandwiches for breakfast


5-0 out of 5 stars Huh?
There's somethin' about Kid Rock I want you to know,This is way before The Polyfuse days. There is no Twisted Brown Trucker band in there because Jive Records ust uses rap and pop mostly. But I only heard a snippet of Yo-Da-Lin in the Valley and it didn't have a explict sticker! This was before 1991 when they started to
put PA stickers. And I'm just 11 and I like Kid Rock.
(No Joe C. and Uncle Kracker in there) ... Read more

Asin: B0000004X3
Sales Rank: 64432


Closed Casket
Average Customer Review: 4.86 out of 5 stars
Audio CD (22 November, 1994)
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Any fool that thinks he gots enough dap to disrespect an ESham album needs to be dismissed. You've heard all these half-bred, low-budget production, sloppy-a***d, so-called rappers. So after hearing Closed Casket, how you gonna tell anotha m********a that's probably been deprived of the wicket s*** that this album is "alright"? Reel Life Productions ain't put out a bulls*** album in 7 years, as long as they stood, representing the 7 mile area. Acid Rap ain't for you weak-***, calf-roping, boot shootin' boogie artists; "if you ain't live it you couldn't feel it, so kill it skillet, and all that talkin' 'bout it won't help it out, now will it?" -Treach- Naughty By Nature Hitman

4-0 out of 5 stars Not his best album
If you are looking for Esham c.d's that are better than his one. Good Luck they are all out of print. This does have some good songs but it doesn't compare to DeadFlowers and kkkill the fetus. Overall I say the Wicked sounds will never die!! Don't get me wrong this is a great album better than anything Puffy or Biggie puts out. If you like horror movies and rap you will like this. Take some time and look for the other albums though. I have them all if you want to e-mail me go ahead!

5-0 out of 5 stars In my eyes Eshams Best Album
I got this album when i got hooked on esham. I own all esham Lp except the orginal words from hell. I think this is a great album. This album has great beats from samples. Cypress Hill vocals for the chrous on Closed Casket. Snoop dogg vocals on the chrous on Make Me Wanna Holla. One 24/7 he samples another song. I forgot the song where esham sampled it from. It is funny when i read this cd is out of stock because i always see it in arizona stores. I seen it going from 9.99 @zia records to 18.99 @tower records. I think this is the only esham album that i can listen to the whole cd without skipping a track. Since these cds are out stock. I should buy all the copies in arizona and keep them for my cd collection. ... Read more

Asin: B000003ZPQ
Sales Rank: 40959


Dead Flowerz
Average Customer Review: 4.29 out of 5 stars
Audio CD (11 April, 2000)
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5-0 out of 5 stars Your collection is not complete without this...
This album, along with many other Esham/Natas albums, is one of the best albums of the 90's. He keeps it underground here, but expands his style. This is not his BEST album, but it is one of. Best cuts are What, You Better Ask Somebody, Kill Or Be Killed, What Did I Do Wrong, Foodstamp, Any Style You Want, Because, Trick Wit Me, and If I Can't Have U, but the VERY BEST SONGS here and some of the best songs i have EVER heard are Killagram, One Day, Charlie Manson and Silicone. This album is a MUST for all esham fans, and ANY RAP FAN. Seriously you MUST check this out if you havent already. One of the best underground albums ever, along with the best Esham album EVER - Closed Casket. Also check out Kkkill The Fetus, and Boomin Words From Hell to hear Esham near his best, and get Natas' Doubelievengod and Multikillionaire: The Devil's Contract, because they are well worth your money.

5-0 out of 5 stars the previous reviewer...
ignore the f#ckwit who gave this cd a review of 1 star, he is a nas fan which explains he duz not understand what true rap is -- UNDERGROUND FOREVER
i bagged nas's illmatic album and sed that esham is the best rapper which he is and this c#nt had a little cry and had to give this album a low rating EVEN THOUGH HE DUZNT OWN IT!

good on ya mate, showed us all how much of a f#ckwit you are

1-0 out of 5 stars Nas Rules
This is not rap its crap go buy some real 1005 official rap not this crap it sucks. ... Read more

Asin: B00004SYGH
Sales Rank: 128085


Player Haters in Dis House
Audio CD (12 December, 2000)
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Asin: B000056K0R
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Bruce Wayne
Average Customer Review: 4.33 out of 5 stars
Audio CD (11 April, 2000)
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5-0 out of 5 stars this is still some hot stuff
not eshams best, nor one of my favourite, but some of these songs are classics. comerica is an sweet as start, 7 mile rd awesome, lowlafalana a prety funny lyrics with mad beat, you better ask somebody awesome remix love it along with original on dead flowerz, f_ck da fame is probably the best song, mad bass, good beat, hits it hard, then detective is another one of the best cuts, but a bit too short, nervous is pretty good too, and gothom city is a sweet as way to end out, another great song on the album. some of the other songs are awesome too, such as you and me, and others too. not his best, nowhere hear his best, but he still comes out hard like esham always duz, and the beats are still there.

to the reviewer chris, yeh i reviewed nas illmatic bad, becoz i have heard it back in the days, and im WAY over it i dont rekon its THAT good well not as good as everyone sez, and i was just sick of hearing everyone saying its the best hip hop album EVER, when there is so much underground $hit that i dig so much more than illmatic. anyway yeh obviously u r a diehard nas fan and i know how it feels when someone disses your favorite artist in reviews.....

but yeh i recommend bruce wayne, especially to newer fans and/or ppl who havent yet heard of esham or aint into the evil stuff.

3-0 out of 5 stars I guess this stuff is Okay
Probally worth about 3 stars I got a little mad because someone dissed illmatic(I don't know wh would do that)Even thought he goes into the Cliches a little I guess he tries.But come on people you really should listen to Hip Hop music.I know people that like this and I am sorry Peetahjay I was pissed off about someone dissing Nas.Esham is okay.Not my kind of rap but I can't stand imature people sometimes and I was immature.

5-0 out of 5 stars to all icp and twiztid fans
this album is a great cut by E sham. all icp and twiztid fans that have never heard of E, you dont know what youre missing. he shows a diffrent side of rap in his music and if you like rap than why not add this cd to your collection? ... Read more

Asin: B00004SYGK
Sales Rank: 115325


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


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


Average Customer Review: 4.85 out of 5 stars
Audio CD (01 October, 1996)
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5-0 out of 5 stars One of the top 10 gangsta rap albums of all times
The majority of gangsta rappers have little to no lyrical ability and only get put on because of their content. Dayton Family is the complete opposite of that. Shoestring has one of the most distinctive voices in the rap game and his lyrics never fail to deliver. Bootleg's verses on here are amazing even though they were recorded in under 2 weeks (he was forced to do so because he was going back to prison and had only 2 weeks to finish his verses). Underground heads and mainstream fans alike have been playing this album for years and it doesn't get old. Best tracks
-79th & Halstead (Good beat, amusing rhyme patterns)
-Hand That Rocks The Cradle (All around good song not much to say)
-Real With This (One of my favorite Dayton songs. Shoe's verse is the best on the album)
-What's On My Mind Part 2 (Continuation from the last album. Much better than the original. Commentary that actually has meaning. One of my favorite hooks ever)
-Killer G's (Good song, hard beat, great verses by Shoe & Bootleg)
-Blood Bath (The first Dayton song I ever heard. Kinda wish the intro to this could have been the beat)
If you're a fan of gangsta rap or rap in general and don't have this album-shame on you. Pick it up and stop being ridiculed.

5-0 out of 5 stars Quite possibly the greatest rap album ever produced.
If you are looking for some awesome rapping and some mad beats then this is the best cd. Hand that Rocks the Cradle, Real with This and FBI are really good songs. The Dayton Family blows away No Limit, these are the best rappers I have ever heard.

5-0 out of 5 stars F.**k.....B.eing.....I.ndicted
I agree with the reviewers Peghc and Cupid, Dayton Family iz one of tha hardest rapperz out there and i wish alot of people know dem. But they are busy listenin to their bling bling bubblegum rap pop muzik G-unit, Jay-Z, Chingy, Nelly crap. But I have to say that gangsta rap listenaz should pick up thiz album (Not G-unit, they are not gangstaz). Theze foo's can spit and Shoestring be soundin mad in tha songz and snappin...One of tha top best albumz I got. Also check out other real talented Michigan rapperz like Esham, Natas, Top Authority, Jake the Flake, and F.O.D.(Faces Of Death). (But Not Eminem & D12) ... Read more

Asin: B000003BZV
Sales Rank: 82926


What's on My Mind?
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
Audio CD (09 May, 1995)
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1-0 out of 5 stars What's On His Mind
Uh...Federal Reserve policies? The causes and consequences of the Counter-Reformation? The Unified Field Theory? Whether deontological ethics can be reconciled with a Realpolitik worldview? Who's buried in Grant's tomb?

4-0 out of 5 stars What's On My Mind
But on the real tho, TDF gives it to you straight hardcore front he first song to the last. Everything they say is from true exprience. The song "I'm A Gee" features the legendary Flint rapper Jake The Flake and he comes real hard on that song. The song "Flint N*ggaz Don't Play" features Shotgun of Top Authority. All the songs are tight but the beat are kinda old (this album was dropped nationwide in 1995 and most songs are from 93 when the album was released in Flint underground). But any true fan to hardcore gangksta rap should love this album.

5-0 out of 5 stars tight
Nice flows and the best beats ive heard in a while. Its a bit hard, though. Not really good kickin it music, not very good to puff to, but good party music if you dont mind a riot and a few brawls on the dance floor cause this ones guaranteed to pump you up. I like their second one better because it shows you their other side too, but i gave this one a five anyway just cause of "Flint town" ... Read more

Asin: B000003BZ2
Sales Rank: 61406


Vol. 1-Judgement Day
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
Audio CD (09 May, 2000)
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5-0 out of 5 stars The Prince of dark rap
some what a pioneer of the still largely unknown horror core rap sub genre.dark disturbing and engaging.a strong album for someone who was just 13.wich makes this dark creation even more interesting.its not for everybody,but its perfect for me.

5-0 out of 5 stars tite
this album is also boomin'. the originator of the hardcore wicked detroit syle, yo! i highly recommend it, vol. 2 is a good addition too. 5000 ... Read more

Asin: B00004SYG3
Sales Rank: 203348


Vol. 2-Judgement Day
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
Audio CD (09 May, 2000)
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5-0 out of 5 stars DOWN SINCE DAY ONE!

5-0 out of 5 stars Judgement Day-1
I thought this CD was the bomb! It was one of ESHAM's best pieces of work, it's fresh! ... Read more

Asin: B00004SYG6
Sales Rank: 131058


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