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Average Customer Review: 4.29 out of 5 stars
Audio CD (27 February, 2001)
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4-0 out of 5 stars Diverse, but good
o.k. To start this out, let me say that I've been a big fan of Zao since the beginning. From their debut album All Else Failed on Steadfast Records, to The Splinter Shards The Birth of Seperation (their first Solid State Records release which also featured half of the songs from All Else Failed). I loved their stylistic change on their albums Where Blood and Fire Bring Rest and Liberate Ex Inferis. (self)titled continues in that Zao style tradition of metalcore vocals(courtesy of Dan Weyandt) with pulsating drums, pounding bass and a heavy guitar. I was dissapointed however by the aformentioned guitars, they aren't quite as creative as previous guitarist Russ Cogwell's were. Zao does alot of new stuff on this record, even some slow stuff. The song Witch Hunt actually reminded me of Change In The House of Flies by the Deftones as far as Dan's vocals go in the verses. They've also created their harshest response to their critics and lukewarm fans in the form of the song Trashcan Hands (Keyboard Cowards) lyrically, you could compare it with To The Tune Of 5,000 Screaming Children by the Juliana Theory (which is an odd coincidence as Juliana Theory frontman Brett Detar was formally one of Zao's bass players, one among many different line-ups in the Zao cast!) nonetheless, this album is good, but will definetely be considered as Zao's experimental record. From what I've heard ( this may or may not be true ) this is also Zao's swansong with Solid State Records as they are allegedly either indie or with another label. Nonetheless, pick up this album to check out the latest work from one of the best metalcore bands on the scene.

2-0 out of 5 stars What Happened?
"Blood and Fire": no comparison whatsoever in the metal-core genre. "Liberate": Excellent emotion and instrument work and great vocals. Little less on the lyrics.

Now we have "Self titled" the lyrics on the first song are great for a song to give to a person you had a messy breakup with. Then you have the rest of the album...major disappointment. This not what Zao should be like. I know bands should try experimentation and all that. I'm not against it. but when it sounds this bad...well, you get this kind of rating. A two out of five.

3-0 out of 5 stars Not Exactly Zao's Finest
When people say this is Zao's best album ever, it's because they know absolutely nothing about Zao. I'll admit, some of the good songs are GREAT songs (5 Year Winter, Trash Can Hands), but this just isn't a GREAT album. There are too many instrumentals; The End Of His Life has a hip-hop style chorus, which reeks; At Zero has amazingly fast drums, but they get completely out of sync with the song; and a few songs are a little bland for my taste. A much less palatable CD compared to their other stuff. I enjoyed it, but I often find myself skipping a few songs each time I listen to it. ... Read more

Asin: B000059T5U
Sales Rank: 87670


Evil Is...
Average Customer Review: 4.29 out of 5 stars
Audio CD (16 January, 2001)
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4-0 out of 5 stars The rhymes ya'll, the rhymes!
This CD was one of those impulse buys at the record store. I had never actually heard Wolfpac, I heard about them from a couple of other Ninja Juggalos and I decided to pick it up. I am so glad that I did. The rhymes on the CD are devastating. Songs like Death Becomes Her "One man's trash is another man's lover!" I mean that is Twiztid! If you dig ICPs lyrics and are into alot of the horrorcore scene than you should definitely pick up this CD. The beats on this CD are programmed by Daddy Long Legs an ex-Bloodhound Gang (check out the Gangs stuff too, it is wicked) member, he was responsible for the only serious CD that Bloodhound ever produced, Use Your Fingers. This CD gave Long Legs alot more of a chance to kick back and do what he wanted. If you like Use Your Fingers or are just into Bloodhound songs like "BOOM" or "Asleep At The Wheel" then you will dig this CD, as long as talking about dead people and the cesacration of their bodies doesn't bother you... it doesn't bother me. This CD is comparible with any of Bloodhound Gangs stuff, so check it out and give it a listen.

5-0 out of 5 stars Kick Ass Show...
Whut up? Now Im a down ass ninjette and I saw Wolfpac for the first time a couple weeks ago in Buffalo, NY. They put on a pretty kick ass show. If you are a juggalo and you never heard them... u better peep this sxit! Cant wait to see them again wit Twiztid again in April...MCL.

5-0 out of 5 stars MAD CLOWN LOVE FOR WOLFPAC!
Listen I have been down with the clown since day one! I got every dope release Psychopathic Records has put out and I can say if your down with ICP you need to get down with WOLFPAC! True life, you need to have "Evil is" in your CD collection to boom these fresh evil tunes down the block! If you call your sell a Juggalo or a Juggahoe you need to get down with WOLFPAC, get this CD and support the real underground! I just can't wait for the next CD! MCL! WOLFPAC 4 LIFE! ... Read more

Asin: B000054A4O
Sales Rank: 115382


True Carnage
Average Customer Review: 3.82 out of 5 stars
Audio CD (07 August, 2001)
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5-0 out of 5 stars YES YES! BRING IT ON
Wow, what a brilliant album. When i first got it i put my cd player onto random play and track 11 was the first track i heard.

It was amazing. Firms to Chris Barnes, his voice is at its peak (much better than his cannibal corpse days).

This album isn't heavy at all, it has a kind of hip-hop groove to it but the vocals of Barnes are the best i've ever heard and add immense energy to this album. He sings much faster (almost rapping), but i like that and i like that i can't understand 90% of what he says (but the lyrics are not as extreme as say- 'Tomb of the Mutillated').

The best tracks have to be tracks 4, 6 and 11. Track 6 would have been the best but ICE-T was in it. Don't get me wrong, i have Ice-T albums and i think he did very well but he should have appeared on a bonus version of track 6, because otherwise track 6 would have been one of my favourite death metal tracks.

I was however dissapointed with track 9, as there is a female vocalist and believe me nothing sounds worse than a female death metal vocalist, i mean you just can't take the song seriously.

If you are going on a rampage, there are certain tracks on this album that you need. I am happy that the band have two previous releases which i have to check out.

P.S- Play this to fans of commercial music (blink 182, linkin park et al) and see the look on there face when Barnes vocals kick in, brilliant! Also check out Contaminated 3.0 (51 death metal songs for (dollar amount)), and Cryptopsy's 'And then you'll beg'.

3-0 out of 5 stars Not as good as Maximum Violence
This cd starts off promising with "impulse to disembowel", but that song falls short because it is way too repetetive, picks up and then gets alright. but then you start to realize that chris' vocals are completely undecipherable on this album. not only do they lack a punch, they aren't even like growls theyre like heavy breathing, which can get nerve racking after listening to maximum violence and loving that album. also, chris' rat screech just sounds ridiculous. "the day the dead walked" is one of the better songs, along with "sick and twisted", "one bullet left" and maybe a few others. but "snakes" is the worst death metal song ever written. ice-t adds some sweetness into the mix, and does not disappoint with his rap, which is more like the phrase "mother f____er" like 30 times in a row. a disappointment, i expected more from the guys who brought us "feasting on the blood of the insane"

5-0 out of 5 stars great death metal
the best sfu ever i think the video clip on the cd is great aswell chris barnes is the death metal god the song with ice t in it is awesome i love the cd he is really insane on this cd the cover is really good to look at come to sydney plz i wanna see you guys play ... Read more

Asin: B00005MLTM
Sales Rank: 42950


Come to Daddy EP
Average Customer Review: 4.49 out of 5 stars
Audio CD (21 October, 1997)
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    5-0 out of 5 stars Vintage RDJ
    Many of these reviews have made me angry. This is one of RDJ's best compiliations to date, despite it's status as an EP. I will go through each track and tell you why.

    "Come to Daddy Pappy Mix" may come off as just a harsh rip-off of Prodigy at first listen, but the beats are great and the energy level is through the roof. The ending is the best part.

    "Flim" is indeed an excellent song. When I first heard it, I was inspired by its melodic simplicty and its modified drumset beats. However, most of the reviews say this song is the highlight and it's not. After about 6 or 7 listenings, "Flim" gets a bit boring.

    "Lord Fauntleroy Remix" is very cool. The beats are sort of like two-step hip-hop and the voices are infectious. I especially like the ending when you hear the low, man's voice get all waivery and choked up. It makes me laugh out loud when I hear it with my friends.

    The best song on this album is "Bucephalus Bouncing Ball." It is simply an electronic/percussive marvel. The song is structured so it has distinct sections, not unlike a classical composition. All the rhythms are created by RDJ bouncing different sized balls into a modulator. For those of you who like the beginning of this song and dont like the "noisy" 2nd half, screw you all. The 2nd half is sublime. If you people had any sort of internal beat, you would notice that the time never stops. Try tapping your foot to the tempo throughout the whole song and you'll see what I mean. I am a drummer and to me, this is pure genius.

    "To Cure a Weakling Child" is sorta cool but I've heard it before on Richard D. James. Many people like this tune but the melody just doesn't do it for me, although I still listen to it in it's entirety.

    "Funny Little Man" is very interesting at first listen. The harpsicord and weird bass line is harmonically complex and the child's voice is disturbing but very melodic, almost like a horn. It does get very tiresome after a while. I admit that i skip over the track when I hear it.

    "Mummy Mix" is really cool. I know I'm one of the only ones who thinks so but hear me out. Depite the absence of melody, the rhythms are just awesome. The high pitched sine waves that can be heard towards the beginning create this soundscape that makes me close my eyes and rock my head to the beat. Also, like "Bouncing Ball" you can't appreciate these rhythms without keeping an internal beat or tapping your foot to the song. The only drawback to this song are those loud 4 in a row pulses that appear halfway through until the end. Other than that, good tune.

    "IZ-US" is a great way to end the album. It is a big change of pace and is very mellow for RDJ. It sorta reminds me of something off of Moby's "Play."
    This EP is an important aspect of RDJ's work. It is just as innovative as his self-titled effort but he tones down the harsh chirps and squeeks so that the music can be appreciated without lowering the volume. Go out and buy this now!

    3-0 out of 5 stars Some hits; some misses
    My first taste of electronic music was the nightmarish video for "Come to Daddy." Being more of a metal/hardcore fan, I identified with the heavy beat and thrashing vocals. However, in the intervening time, I have heard a great deal more of this genre, from insipid dance tunes to brilliant epics. A good deal of the latter is from Richard D. James. Unfortunately, the majority of this EP is rather annoying, repetitive filler. While the title track, with its almost free-form industrial drill n' bass sound, is certainly interesting, it is hardly indicitive of the greater Aphex Twin sound. The majority of AT's work is more subdued and "down-beat". In other words, if you want nonstop extreme, harsh beats, this is mostly not for you. Go listen to something on Alec Empire's Digital Hardcore label. While the rest of the songs are more in the traditional AT mode, they become boring after repeated listens. My advice is to download "Come to Daddy" and save your cash for the "Richard D. James Album" or "I Care Because You Do" CDs. This is for only the most hardcore completists.

    5-0 out of 5 stars About Flim
    If any of you cats got the vinyl of Come To Daddy, put song 02- Flim on slower speed (which on a normally 45 speed LP would be 33rpm), I swear it sounds so much better. It's almost as if RDJ intended it to be that way but released it faster to trick his fans. The rest of the (cd) album is great, the cd has more songs, some of the best songs. Mummy remix is terrific, Contour Regard fantastic, Iz-Us compelling. ... Read more

    Asin: B000003MSH
    Sales Rank: 5978


    Average Customer Review: 3.85 out of 5 stars
    Audio CD (26 March, 2002)
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    Hatebreed's unrepentant heaviness puts other Ozzfest alumni to shame. The Connecticut-bred quintet combine elements of old-school hardcore with death-metal intensity for a metal-core sound that, with melodic guitar moments and double-kick drums, finds them equally suited for tours with Entombed and Danzig. On Perseverance, Hatebreed's major-label debut, the underground favorites have not sacrificed any musical or lyrical principles--or any aggression--turning in 16 tracks of unrelenting force, with most tunes clocking in at under three minutes. In "You're Never Alone," vocalist Jamey Jasta cuts to the chase in engaging his audience. "This is for the kids who have nowhere to turn, who have nothing to live for," he barks, encouraging fans to use "hatred to do the right thing." Especially anthemic is the shout-along "I Will Be Heard," while the speedy punk-mosh mania of "We Still Fight" is enough to raise blood pressures. If Slayer and Pantera are your idea of ear candy, Perseverance is just what the doctor ordered.--Katherine Turman ... Read more


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    4-0 out of 5 stars 100% pure audio aggression
    Hatebreed's major label debut "Perseverance" brings in a much more polished sound than the band's past releases. J. Jasta's voice is louder than ever, the guitars are cinder block heavy, and the album is not recommeded for those looking for something in the way of "easy-listening." The fact of the matter is that "Perseverance" is one of the most aggressive albums to come from U.S. shores in quite sometime. The band itself derives many influences ranging from hardcore, heavy metal, and thrash genres. The lyrical content of each song deal with a variety of issues ranging from aggression, hatred, loss, and even goes as far as songs of encouragement and inspiration. The shining moments include songs like "I Will Be Heard", "Below the Bottom"(my top pick), "Hollow Ground", "Final Prayer"w/ a guest guitar solo from Slayer's very own Kerry King, and so on. This CD is great for fans of the hardcore genre, Slayer, Pantera, and so on. Depending on how you look at it, "Perseverance" will either make you wanna rock, or it'll just beat you senseless. Judging by the sound Hatebreed has to offer on this album, I see a bright future ahead for these guys, don't be left in the dark. I also recommend the band's 1997 debut "Satisfaction is the Death of Desire."

    4-0 out of 5 stars Serious metal ear candy
    It was inevitable that after Hatebreed's indie smash "Satisfaction is the Death of Desire" that they would soon make the jump to a major label. Most of Hatebreed's fans felt that this would see the selling out of the band. Thankfully though, Hatebreed has maintained their integrity, and has released one hell of a wicked major label debut with "Perseverance". Lead singer Jamey Jasta belts out rhythmic screams while the rest of the band carries on a death metal/grindcore-esque rhythm that is very reminiscent of later Slayer material (Slayer guitarist Kerry King offers his guitar talents on the track "Final Prayer"). Those who have never listened to Hatebreed before, and are more suited to listen to schlock rock bands like Linkin Park, Creed, and Limp Bizkit, will find Jasta's voice grating and annoying, but for older metalheads who remember the days of greatness from Slayer, old Sepultura, early Fear Factory, and Pantera will dig it immediately. "I Will Be Heard", "Your Never Alone", "Final Prayer", "Unloved", and "Smash Your Enemies" are great grinding songs that actually have a real meaning behind them and aren't pretend, phony, or religious. All in all, "Perseverance" might not be as good as the indie classic "Satisfaction is the Death of Desire", but this is one of the best metal albums of the year.

    5-0 out of 5 stars The Best Ever!
    No album has ever and will never come close to the brutality and raw power of this one. Hatebreed is redefining metal with every song they spit out. ... Read more

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    Suck on This
    Average Customer Review: 4.84 out of 5 stars
    Audio CD (13 September, 1990)
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    4-0 out of 5 stars Primus' Early Recordings
    This album is officially Primus' first release. I bought this album on cassette in New Orleans and I played it too many times and it's so damn cool! The sound quality on this record isn't as clean as the recordings on Frizzle Fry. However, you get a great "ballroom" sound. The live version of "Tommy The Cat" on this record is different from the studio version which appears on 'Sailing The Seas of Cheese'. It was very much the original version of the song without Tom Waits as the voice of Tommy The Cat. "John The Fisherman" is slightly different from the studio version. Overall, this record is great! Unfortunately, this original recording is no longer available. Don't fret, Prawn Song Record (Les Claypool's record label) will definately reissue this album in the near future with bonus materials.

    5-0 out of 5 stars from the opening triangle ringing of rush's "yyz"...
    i knew this was going to be quite an adventure to listen to. after buying "seas of cheese" and finally realizing my love for it and then sinking my teeth into the "misc. debris" ep, it was time to continue my newfound relationship with the band called primus. seemed to me the best way to go would be to check out what their live show would be like from a distance. so i picked up "suck on this" and discovered some vintage primus. it was time to try to catch up and this was the perfect way to do it. say what you will about live albums, but if you appreciate a good show in a cozy, smoke-filled bar with a hundred strangers you don't know, you'll appreciate this, especially if you know what you're getting yourself into from the moment you push the play button. i love the live version of "groundhogs day" as well as "the heckler." for a while, it was the only track off "suck on this" that was missing as a studio version on a later disc, so i always wondered what i would sound like. luckily, i finally found out at the end of "antipop".

    5-0 out of 5 stars An amazing live debut
    I have listened to this about 50 times and I still love every second of it. The songs that would appear on later studio albums sound pretty much the same, but it's better to compare the tracks on this to the ones on their later studio albums, since these came first.
    My favorites are Pressman, Jellikit, Tommy the Cat, The Heckler, and John the Fisherman. The bass solo on Tommy the Cat is simply astounding.
    And the best thing is, it's Primus. ... Read more

    Asin: B000000HT8
    Sales Rank: 178102

    Sublime Acoustic: Bradley Nowell & Friends
    Average Customer Review: 4.56 out of 5 stars
    Audio CD (17 November, 1998)
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    5-0 out of 5 stars Amazing CD..
    This is definitely in the top two of my favorite Sublime cds. It gives a great view at the band's music that you don't get with their studio albums. Some may be a little turned off by the sound quality on a few of the tracks, but others make up greatly for this. And even with the bad quality Mary along with a cover of "Big Salty Tears" is an awesome track. The Marley Medley (including This Train, and Guava Jelly) is my favorite on the cd. A few of the tracks can be found on other cds, but the rest of the songs are well worth the buy. Buy this cd now. It's awesome.

    5-0 out of 5 stars the BEST cd
    well I'm a HUGE fan of sublime. and I've been one for a very long time. I'll have to say that this is Sublime's best album. oh and the person before that said some of them are crap well he probably thought that because there are lot's of people talking in the backround of some of the songs. those songs are from The Firecracker Lounge. a place run by Gwen Stefani. and that wrong way demo, that's from there too. that performance is his best ever. it was pretty much him tellin stories all night long and playin on his accoustic. well for all you BIG sublime fans. get this CD. but if the only CD you have is the self titled one and you only like Wrong Way, Santeria, and all the big name ones...don't waste your money and find a different band. peace out

    3-0 out of 5 stars Good songs - poor recordings
    This is a good selection of songs, but the sound quality of the recordings is very very poor. ... Read more

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    Lung Fu Mo She
    Average Customer Review: 3.86 out of 5 stars
    Audio CD (17 October, 2000)
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    5-0 out of 5 stars INDUSTRIAL HIPHOP ASSAULT!!!
    At first glance, some may view Marz's "Lung Fu Mo She" as a late arrival to the already crowded rapcore genre, but it is certainly more than that.

    There is a reason why KoRn frontman Jonathan Davis signed this Chicago, Illinois based hip-hopper to Elementree Records(Davis's own label), and one listen of this album will tell you why.

    Most "juggalos" probably 1st heard of Marz when he appeared on the "Dark Lotus" collaboration, along with Psychopathic Records kingpins ICP, Twiztid, and Blaze Ya Dead Homie. Now, Marz is no longer associated with Psychopathic or ICP, and that is a good thing. Had he stayed w/ the Psychopathic crew, he would have totally changed(for the worst). Just look at Twiztid. And I know I don't wanna hear Marz rap about "Chicken Hunting", "Faygo", or "Juggalos".

    Marz is more than your typical rapcore sludge. He combines elements of industrial rock with raw underground hip-hop to bring a fresh new concept into the music scene. The base of the album is hip-hop, but there are enough rockin' beats on this album to please any fan of industrial rock, or rock in general(like myself) as well.

    The songs are great on this album. Right from the opening track "Steal My Shine", you know you're gonna have a listening experience. The topics range from serious("Hooray For The Bad Guy") to comical("In The Mud") issues. However, never on this album does he seem overly serious, or as ridiculous as ICP.

    All in all, Marz has turned up a great debut album in "Lung Fu Mo She" that all of the "gorillaz" will be bumping for quite a while. And with promises of a "heavier" album next time(he will have his band w/ him in the studio)that will be produced by KoRn frontman Jonathan Davis, the future looks bright for Marz.

    Look for Marz on tour with KoRn this summer, and for more about Marz, visit his official website.

    5-0 out of 5 stars THESE GUYS BELONG ON PSYCHOPATHIC!!!
    Ok, I recently went to the Bizaar Bizzare Tour in Pocatello, ID. I had never heard of Marz until then. They hit the stage and blew me away. I bought this cd the minute I got home. It takes metal, mixes it with rap and hip hop, and just flip the whole thing up. They are a band, not just one rapper. As a band they sound very complete. BUY THIS RECORD!! Juggalos 4 ever.

    1-0 out of 5 stars This is some pathetic sh*t ,
    wow , what a damn fool, like get a highschool diploma could this dude be any stupider , This chump needs to get a damn job and start acting like will smith , because BO DIDDLY OWNS THIS STUPID JACKASS ... Read more

    Asin: B00004Z408

    Average Customer Review: 3.58 out of 5 stars
    Audio CD (23 October, 2001)
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    4-0 out of 5 stars This is just as good as "To The Extreme"!
    This album is just as good as his "To The Extreme" album from over a decade back. The rock side is okay, but the rap CD recalls what made his first album so big. Lots of funky songs and catchy music and lyrics once again! And he even has Chuck D of Public Enemy and members of the Wu-Tang Clan on his album! So there are some people from hip-hop that like Ice versus some of the haters! Vanilla Ice actually sounds good trading off his lyrics with Chuck D on that song. One song had this interesting line--"I paved the way for Eminem." So Ice wants to get back what's his! Eminem hasn't given Ice his due props in interviews, even though he doesn't like Ice's music, but he really should now! I think it's quite impressive that Ice made this album, even though the rap scene is more competitive now. Most of this recent album's reviews on Amazon are that good, so people are still following Ice's career more than a decade later!

    5-0 out of 5 stars 'Deez Other reviews R WHACK
    anyone who says this cd sounds "like this group or that group" really needs to locate their heads from outta their butts. Rob Van Winkle's 5th cd (2 the xtreme, xtremely live, mind blowin, hard to swallow, bi polar), is easily his best yet.
    The first 8 tracks r rock, and the latter 16 are rap, just as the title indicates, two distinctly different styles, in one cd.....
    this is an awesome way to get into a new style of music, wether u like vanilla's early raps or his rock from a few years ago, this cd has somethin good for ya.
    Guest starring Josh from Slipknot, ICP, and members of WuTang, BiPolar is ecleptic at worst. all in all a great listen, altho the last 4 tracks rnt songs, this cd is worth every penny

    1-0 out of 5 stars What is this crap?
    Ok, I don't like Vanilla Ice, and V-Ice is just as crappy. whats up with "V-Ice" anyways? It's like "J-Lo" and "P-Diddy". He's gotta copy everyone else to be cool. Like he always did. Like when he ripped off Queen and David Bowie with his "Ice, Ice Baby." What an ass. And all you freaks that listen to him... I'm sorry... he just flat out sucks. ... Read more

    Asin: B00005QC8H


    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

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    The Ringmaster
    Average Customer Review: 4.41 out of 5 stars
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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

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    The Riddle Box
    Average Customer Review: 4.56 out of 5 stars
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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

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    Great Milenko
    Average Customer Review: 4.48 out of 5 stars
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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

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    The Amazing Jeckel Brothers
    Average Customer Review: 3.96 out of 5 stars
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    The rise of the Insane Clown Posse--or a group very much like them--was probably inevitable; somebody had to play the part of Howard Stern in the rap world. That it was two guys in clown makeup who rap--badly--over prerecorded tracks and spray their audiences with soda was a pure accident, brought about when their former record label dropped the act on the eve of the release of The Great Milenko. The Amazing Jeckel Brothers, their first proper follow-up album to Milenko, capitalizes on their notoriety; it features guests like the Jerky Boys and Ol' Dirty Bastard and issues challenges to MTV, Lollapalooza, and Kiss bassist Gene Simmons--whom ICP accuse of stealing their "shit" (though shtick would be a more appropriate word, and it was Simmons's in the first place). ICP stick with the formula on Jeckel Brothers that they've, um, perfected; it's not for everyone, but fans won't be disappointed. --Randy Silver ... Read more


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    3-0 out of 5 stars COULD'VE BEEN BETTER

    5-0 out of 5 stars The 5th Jokers Card Is Amazing!
    We've seen 4 jokers cards and now here's the 5th, The Amazing Jeckel Brothers. I wouldn't say it's Shaggy 2 Dope and Violent J's best work, but it's damn near close.
    Here's what i thought about each track:

    1. Intro - nothing to say.
    2. Jack Jeckel - nothing to say.
    3. Bring It On - This track kicks [prosterior}, a great opening for The Amazing Jeckel Brothers. Plus after this track is a hilarious phone skit with the FOOKOFF joke from the RiddleBox album.
    4. I Want My [Sh*t] - Awesome track, one of the best on the album.
    5. B*tches - [Heck] yeah, ICP and ODB, what more can you ask for?
    6. Terrible - It's alright.
    7. I Stab People - Good track.
    8. Another Love Song - Follow up to the original Love Song from Ringmaster, this one is even better.
    9. Everbody Rize - Wicked track.
    10. Play With Me - Good.
    11. Jake Jeckel - nothing to say.
    12. [F*ck] The World - Awesome song, in this song, Shaggy says ... 93 times!
    13. Shaggy Show - Awesome, features Snoop Dogg and some hilarious commercial skits.
    14. Mad Professor - Good.
    15. Assassins - Awesome.
    16. Echo Side - Nah.
    17. Nothing's Left - No, i don't like it.

    This album comes with 3 different cases: yellow, red, and clear.

    1-0 out of 5 stars This Band Sucks
    I listened to a couple of ICP's songs and they are the worst band or group or what ever you want to call them i have ever heard in my life. Any one who would listen to ICP is a freek and stupid. I mean who in gods name would like a band that has there own wrestling league and wears make up is cool. I for sure think that is childish and is a sack of crap.

    DON"T BUY ICP THEY SUCK!!!!! ... Read more

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    The Wraith: Shangri-La [Riviera]
    Average Customer Review: 3.96 out of 5 stars
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    5-0 out of 5 stars Eight months well-spent
    I don't think any reviews on amazon.com do this album any justice. Something needs to be said: this album is nearly flawless. The production is thicker than any other album by ICP. There's a lot of diversity in it as well. The lush soundscapes on each track makes ICP's most profound lyrics and performances make the presentation all the better. The liner notes are everything a juggalo could ever hope for. A thick booklet without shameless adds for stupid merchandise. An hour-long free DVD.
    With ICP I prefer to give short track-by-track reviews. They're all perfect 10's.

    Thy Intro [unlisted] - Unlike the other Joker's cards, the intro is short and doesn't intrude with the flow of the album.
    Walk Into Thy Light - A melodic mood-setter for this bright fan-pleasing album.
    Welcome To Thy Show - Sgt. Pepper anyone? This is ICP's first TRUE concept album. Nothing but goodness on this track.
    Get Ya Wicked On - Short, sweet.
    Murder Rap - Old School. Good cover. Great production.
    Birthday Bxtches - Short and funny. ICP can be weird like this.
    Blaaam!!! - A memorable song about getting everything you want.
    It Rains Diamonds - Wow.
    Bxtchslappaz [unlisted] - Short Old School type track. A fan-pleaser.
    Thy Staleness - This is why we love ICP. More "stab stab" fun. Its a salute to fans and a message to their critics. Esham appears to much of our delight at the end and sets the mood for the next track.
    Hell's Forecast - Disturbing enough. I am hoping that Hell's Pit
    (this album's counterpart) will be more frightening than this. After all, this is still Shangri-La.
    Juggalo Homies - ICP always knew how to sequence tracks for contrast. One of the lightest good-spirited songs (Most heard this song before we heard the album. If you haven't, don't listen to it before you hear the album.)
    Ain't Yo Business - Fantastic track. Production is not very "heavenly", but we wouldn't want the album to be redundant.
    Soopa Villians [unlisted] - Great team with ICP and Esham (the Boogieman?).
    We Belong - Unusual/interesting production keeps the album from being redundant.
    Cotton Candy & Popsicles - Better than you may expect. It works.
    Crossing Thy Bridge - Killer track.
    Thy Raven's Mirror - The album moves along toward the end.
    Thy Wraith - The sixth Joker's Card is explained in this track for anyone who cannot think.
    Thy Unveiling - While everything becomes "clear" after hearing this track, anyone who can listen and read will not be surprised by it. The album does not end abruptly and it should not.

    What ICP does stylisticly on this album is respectable. When they do a rap track, they do a rap track. There are also rock songs. The mixing of the two isn't common. I can imagine that a lot of us were hoping they would take that route. Each track is very strong because of this choice, and their skill as lyricists is more evident after giving this album a listen.
    ICP has made the best album of their career, and it puts a little too much pressure on their next release (Hell's Pitt) which even shares the same title as sixth Joker's Card.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Finally, the 6th Jokers Card
    I've been a dedicated ICP fan since their first album "Carnival Of Carnage" and i've heard every album since. "The Wraith: Shangri-La" finally tells everyone the one thing they've been wanting to know: WHAT IS THE SIXTH JOKERS CARD? Now that's its here, it is both good and bad for ICP fans. The good is that we know what the sixth and all the other jokers cards are. The bad is that there will be no more jokers cards, which means no more new ICP albums. I cannot wait till part 2 of the sixth jokers card "The Wraith: Hell's Pit" comes out in November 2003. I'll always be down with the clown...
    TRACK LISTING FOR "WRAITH: SHANGRI-LA" (Amazon got it wrong):

    1. Walk Into The Light (5:09)
    2. Welcome To The Show (3:12)
    3. Get Ya Wicked On (1:47)
    4. Murder Rap (2:32)
    5. Birthday B***** (1:18)
    6. Blam! (3:39)
    7. It Rains Diamonds (5:26)
    8. The Staleness (3:58)
    9. Hell's Forecast (2:58)
    10. Juggalo Homies (4:42)
    11. Ain't Yo Bisness (4:49)
    12. We Belong (2:44)
    13. Cotton Candy and Popsicles (3:42)
    14. Crossing The Bridge (4:14)
    15. The Raven's Mirror (2:59)
    16. The Wraith (3:33)
    17. The Unvelling (3:37)
    Other ICP albums you should have:

    "Vol. 3 Forgotten Freshness"
    "Amazing Jeckel Brothers"
    "Vol. 1 & 2 Forgotten Freshness"
    "Tunnel Of Love (EP)"
    "Terror Wheel (EP)"
    "Great Milenko"
    "Riddle Box"
    "Beverly Kills"
    "Carnival Of Carnage"

    5-0 out of 5 stars KICK ASS!!!

    5.BIRTHDAY B******:B-
    6.BLAAAM!!!:A+ ... Read more

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    Beverly Kills 50187
    Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars
    Audio CD (08 March, 1994)
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    5-0 out of 5 stars Some of the freshest ICP stuff ever....
    Beverly Kills 50187 is one of the best works of the ICP. It combines wicked phat carnival beats, horrorificly humored lyrics - and excellent rapping from the wicked clowns themsevles - 'Vioent J' and 'Shaggs 2 Dope'. Even though this is an E>P, it is excellent. Definetly their best EP, and even surpasses some of the Jokers Cards. Definetly one of their best works. Violent J and Shaggy have fully developed their throat, and truley sound like wicked clowns here (wheras on Carnival of Carnage, they sounded more like regular rappers..). Excellent beats (sounds like music you would hear at a crackhead carnival operated by Jack the Ripper..). All the tracks are good, but here are rundowns of the some of the best songs: 'Beverly Kills' - This is one of my favorite ICP songs of all time. Kicks off with a wicked short intro, then into a phat carney beat. Awesome slaughter lyrics. '17 Dead' - real good, and provides ideas for some interesting ways too kill people. Phat Beat. 'In the Haugghhh!' - awesome beat, slow - but good. All of the songs are real good though - all classics. If ICP ever put together a Best-Of compilation - Beverly Kills and 17 Dead should definetly be on there (See my profile for my idea of a Best of ICP compilation). A MUST BUY For any Juggalo, Juggalete or underground rap fan. Instant classic.

    Stay Down wit da Wicked Clown 4 Life
    Peace Juggalos

    5-0 out of 5 stars Gotta have it to complete your collection.....
    i bought Beverly Kills 50187 with the Tunnel Of Love E.P. a couple months ago, i first thought Tunnel of Love was better but then once i heard this one a few more times i decided it was better and i ended up liking it better than Tunnel of Love. i think you should definitely have this one to complete your ICP collection, right now i am at 13 ICP cds (which i recommend you get all of), the 1's i already have are:

    -Carnival Of Carnage-
    -Riddle Box-
    -Great Milenko-
    -Amazing Jeckel Bros.-
    -Wraith: Shangri-La-
    -Beverly Kills 50187-
    -Tunnel Of Love E.P.-
    -Terror Wheel E.P.-
    -Forgotten Freshness Vols. 1 & 2-
    -Forgotten Freshness Vol. 3-
    -Bizzar EP-
    -Bizaar EP-

    i'm tryin' to collect all the pendulum singles, i've already ordered Drunken Ninja but none others.

    i hope u now run out and buy as much ICP as your cd player can handle

    from a juggalo

    4-0 out of 5 stars Hmm, I don't know what 50187 means
    I gotta say, I think Beverly Kills was a great EP. The raps were good, the beats were pretty good, and I like most of the little hidden stuff. Some good old school stuff from ICP.
    "Beverly Kills" (B+) is a really funny song about killing those richie hill kids and stuffing them in the locker. The beat is good and the lyrics from J and Shaggs are funny and those little skits during the song is funny, too.
    "17 Dead" (C) is a good song. Nothing special really, but it's still good. The beat is kinda weird.
    "The Stalker" (B) is a good song about J stalking some chick. The beat's pretty cool and the whole concept is pretty damn funny. I can relate to this whole song, but let's not get into that. The whole anwsering message skit at the end was great, too.
    "In the HAUGHHH!" (B+) is a really great song! It's not really about nothing, but it's still classic. I love it and the way Shaggy sounds when he says "In the haugh" is great. Lyrics are quite amusing too.

    "Chop! Chop!" (B) is good stuff. The beat's all cool and carnie-like and the raps are good, too. Esham's in there, and he's always cool., right? Right.
    "Joke Ya Mind" (A-) is really great. The music is really cool and the lyrics are interesting (in a good way). All in all, it's a really great song. It's not like anything you've heard from ICP at the time. Good stuff.
    Well, if you're a Juggalo or ICP fan, get this, dammit. It's a classic. ... Read more

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    Vol. 3-Forgotten Freshness
    Average Customer Review: 3.67 out of 5 stars
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    3-0 out of 5 stars For completionists only
    This CD gives us a look at three songs that were originally slated to be the 2000 and 2001 ICP Hallowicked songs but that for one reason or another did not make the cut. The rest of the songs that are contained on this CD are all previously released on other CDs. Some like Posse on Vernor are slightly different than their original releases but nothing major was dine to any of the tracks. This CD was put together so that Juggalos could shell out [money] to psychopathic and get all of ICP's songs that have appeared on vaious artist releases such as Take A Bite Outta Rhyme- A Rock Tribute to Rap and The Great White Hype Soundtrack. If you are a down juggalo and you want to pay more money to Psychpathic Records who are becoming as greedy and shady as other record companies than buy this CD otherwise stear clear because this is just repackaged music. The only redeeming factor about this CD is the insert that gives more inside info and explenations of the tracks like the other two Forgotten Freshness Volumes. All in all this is merely repacked ..., but it is worth getting if you are a huge juggalo or you want to get the three unreleased songs, that will probably appear on an upcoming CD anyways. If you are looking for new ICP to hold you over until The Sixth Jokerz Card drops then pick up the Pendulum singles they almost all are awesome especially Drunken Ninja and the Ryda two track single.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Not as Good as the first 2
    Forgotten Freshness 1 and 2 are Two of ICP's best cd's. It would be hard to match this.
    This is still a good CD its just that a lot of the songs on it Ive allread heard so they are not really Forgotten. Its just freshness

    3-0 out of 5 stars Eh...
    Well...most of the songs on here are good and everything but there was really only about 3 songs we haven't heard before on it. They have a lot of different types of songs, and some are styles you haven't heard from ICP. Like Take Me Home and Fly Away are different then their usual type of song, and they are cool. But this CD is still a dissapoint b/c we've heard most of it, and they have other things they could have put on this CD. Oh well, still pick it up if you're a juggalo. If you aren't, I'd suggest something else from ICP, such as Riddle Box ... Read more

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    Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars
    Audio CD (03 October, 1995)
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    Call it what you want: emo-core, alternative, sneaker metal...the Deftones seemed the most unlikely quartet to come out on Madonna's Maverick Records. The music is agro, abrasive, and damn near primal from the disc's first few seconds. Tool-like whisperings of frontman Chino Moreno can bring the mood from disconcerting to downright dangerous in seconds. Heavy, chunky guitar riffs, mad raps, and testy tempo changes make this a must-have for fans of whisper-to-a-primal-scream alterna-rock. Killer tracks: "Bored" and "7 Words." --Denise Sheppard ... Read more

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    5-0 out of 5 stars The Greatest Metal Album of the 90s
    The Deftones are a band who go against the grain,constantly evolve and sound like no other band around.They have been placed in a genre with bands like Korn,Slipknot, Linkin Park etc....this is,to me, a great injustice to a band whos music is far more layered,deep and innovative than all these bands.
    'Adrenaline', although i love the other three emensely, is still my favourite Deftones album. The raw aggression of this record is breath taking.Songs like 'seven words','engine no. nine" and "nosebleed" are moshpit classics. The band also illustrate their differences from other "nu-metal",(i hate calling the Deftones this), bands with songs that are as atmospheric,dark and moody as they are aggressive. Songs like "Firreal" and 'Root' indicate the way in which the Deftones were to evolve in the next few records they released. The hidden track 'Fist" , is in my opinion of the most beautiful songs around. Adrenaline is the best album in its genre period.

    1.Bored 8/10- the most radio friendly song on the album,great none the less.
    2.Minus Blindfold- 9/10 awesome song,Stef displaying song real skills on the guitar.
    3.One Weak-9/10 great song, Chinos voice shines on this track
    4.Nosebleed-9/10- aggresion,power,anguish, what more can i say?
    5.Root- 9/10 -another great song,very infectious chorus,great ending
    6.Nosebleed-7/10-probably my least favourite song on the album but decent none the less
    7.Seven Words- 10/10-What can i say? you want song to mosh to, here it is,a pure adrenaline rush
    8.-Birthmark-10/10- My favourite song on the album ,very melodic at the start bulids up to one of the greatest finales with Stef banging out a superd riff
    9-Engine no nine-8/10- another great song oozing raw power
    10-Firreal-10/10-a pointer of things to come,and great illustration of what this band is about, atomosphere,power and melody
    Fist-10/10- beautiful!!!!!

    5-0 out of 5 stars Pure ADRENALINE, from start to finish..............
    Though many will site "Around The Fur" as their best, I'm gonna have to go with Adrenaline as Deftones' best album to date. Both White Pony and their new, self titled album are amazing, but don't measure up to the rawness and rage that comes seething through your speaker when you pop this s**t in.

    1)Bored: AMAZING! Defintely a classic record in the nu-metal genre.

    2)Minus Blindfold: Good song. I love the chorus for some reason.

    3)One Weak: I like this one aswell. It reminds me of "Minus Blindfold" a little too much though. Great regardless.

    4)Nosebleed: HOT!!! This song is off tha hook! It is quite possibly the heaviest, angriest, most agressive song Deftones has ever put out.

    5)Lifter: This is another great one. I love the vibe that this song gives off, and the riff is kool.

    6)Root: One of the weaker cuts off the album, but this album's so good that it isn't a bad thing.

    7)7 Words: Classic. Heavy, agressive, and unadulterated.

    8)Birthmark: Luv this one! Everything about it is good.

    9)Engine #9: This might be the best song on this entire album. This song is perfect. Chino raps on this one, and shows just how influential they've been when it comes to the genre of nu-metal. Everybody either copies off of Korn or Deftones.

    10)Fireal: Good song. Nothing much to say about this one. Not the best on the album, but a great way to finish it off.

    This album is tight. While I believe that Adrenaline is their best album, "Be Quiet & Drive", off Around The Fur, is probably the best song ever put out by Deftones. I suggest you check that out, and definitely check this one out also.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Emo-core? No, this is metal. Deftones: Adrenaline review
    This is metal. I don't get why some of the reviews call it emo? It isn't, this is real metal at its best. It is raw and unfiltered. It sounds very hard though! Note: This is a debut and not a lot of bands sound the same after their debut CD. So take that warning when you buy this CD! ... Read more

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    Paid Tha Cost to Be Da Boss
    Average Customer Review: 3.98 out of 5 stars
    Audio CD (26 November, 2002)
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    Despite the middling quality of his previous two albums, Snoop Dogg's sixth full-length effort firmly places this "professor of G-ology" back on top of the game. Snoop comes off surprisingly spry on Paid tha Cost, offering one of his best-balanced albums in years. His pimpalistic style is still draped in silk and fur, especially on "Bo$$ Playa," "Suited 'n' Booted," and "Ballin'." But "I Believe in You" is an unexpectedly sensitive, irony-free love ballad, while Snoop's pairings with the Neptunes and Gang Starr's DJ Premier result in two of his hardest hitting cuts ever, "From tha Chuuuch to da Palace" and "The One and Only" respectively. Combine this with his unfettered attack on Suge Knight ("Pimp Slapp'd") and this is a Snoop Dogg charging forward rather than lazily leaning back. Taking the helm at the dawn of the new decade, this old Dogg still has some new tricks. --Oliver Wang ... Read more


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    5-0 out of 5 stars Bow wow WOW
    A couple of years ago, I couldn't accept the fact that Snoop Dogg had left his gangster rap style and image behind with Tha Row. I searched for "187" on his No Limit albums. Couldn't find it anywhere. I realized he flipped his style and picked up the Pimp Cup.

    See, once you've accepted the new image of Snoop Dogg, you can appreciate his music. He even goes as far as Pimp slapping Suge Knight on a track that is worth the price of admission. The beats are funkadelic, recalling George Clinton and even his first album, but without the gangsta style. Sadly, there is no Dr. Dre on here, but there's probably a good reason for it. He's got his own label now. He's the Bo$$, and wants to be independent in everything he does. It would have been nice to have at least one track, but if you want Dre, look to his previous album. "Lollipop" is a stand-out track that has a great '70's vibe and could have easily fit on The Chronic or Doggystyle.

    3-0 out of 5 stars snoop's tight when he wannabe.
    a review of snoop's career.

    doggystyle he cannot top this his best cd.

    doggfather it's not the fact that he needs dre all the time fact was he lost the anger still worth a listen.

    da game is to be sold not told not a bad cd but you have to understand why snoop joined no limit deathrow was slacking and master p was hot then but a few tracks worth playing snoop just did'nt fit in with fiend, mystikal, and steady mobbin.

    top dogg better mainly because snoop returned to his roots by getting dre, dj quik, and ant banks not a bad cd snoop adds more west coast flavor everything.

    dead man walkin good snoop songs before he left deathrow underground rap heads should love this.

    da last meal a few good songs he tried to copy p funk too much too many guest stars kokane is okay but on some songs his artists outshine him and his rhymes are tight the beats suck he should have hired george clinton and the p funk all stars to help him out.

    eastsidaz snoop brings in goldie loc, and tray dee on here problem is snoop's on every song plus 20 guest stars but the beats are dope.

    dueces and trays snoop still sampling p funk hits which isn't bad but he tries too hard to be mainstream here could have better.

    doggy's angelz these girls were tight and was snapping again the major weakness is snoop rapping on everey track.

    his new cd is okay once again snoop's trying too hard to go mainstream, he swears he's west coast but phukking with neptunes, 50 cent, p diddy, chingy, ludacris, jigga, and like dr. dre forgetting his p funk roots which is a crime to me anyway he disses suge knight, kurupt, and xzibit ob pimp slapped and expect payback from crooked I, eastwood, and spider o futurte deathrow tracks if suge can stay out of jail.

    2-0 out of 5 stars big dissapiontment
    there were only three good songs. =(

    I recomend doggystyle. ... Read more

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    Closed Casket
    Average Customer Review: 4.86 out of 5 stars
    Audio CD (22 November, 1994)
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    5-0 out of 5 stars EAST SIDE, HOES, & MONEY AIN'T NUTTIN FUNNY.
    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

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