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Insane Clown Posse

Insane Clown Posse are a cartoonish metal/rap band with a vaunted live show that features open fires, chain saws, liters of soda dousing the audience (Faygo being the group's favorite brand), and more emphasis on performance art than the performance of music. In the world of the late '90s, that was more than enough to get them a recording contract with a major label, though the release of their 1997 album, The Great Milenko, came with a bit of controversy. Now just a duo, ICP were originally formed in 1989 as a hardcore Detroit rap group called Inner City Posse. After combusting in 1991, the only members left, Violent J (born Joseph Bruce) and Shaggy 2 Dope (born Joseph Utsler), slightly altered the name to reflect the fact that they had been visited by the Carnival Spirit, who ordered them to carry word of the impending apocalypse by touring the nation and releasing six "joker cards" (popularly known as LPs) with successive revelations of the final judgment. The first, Carnival of Carnage, appeared in 1992 on their own Psychopathic Records label. The group became notorious in Detroit's underground scene, but several tours around the region failed to ignite much more than the rage of area leaders.

After the release of 1994's The Ringmaster, ICP began to get a bit of attention as a possible follower of cartoon metal bands like GWAR and Green Jelly. Jive Records signed the group and released The Riddle Box in 1995, but the record bombed and ICP returned to the ranks of the indies. Just one year later, Hollywood Records gambled on the band and spent more than a million dollars while ICP recorded their new album, The Great Milenko. On the day of release in 1997, however, Hollywood pulled the record, citing obscene lyrics and gruesome content -- possibly a move by its owner, Disney, to deflect criticism of its practices by the Southern Baptist Federation. In a bizarre twist, yet another major label, Island Records, stepped in to release the album and capitalize on the notoriety ICP had garnered. That notoriety only increased thanks to several incidents that kept them in the headlines: J was arrested after clubbing an audience member with his microphone in late 1997, and shortly thereafter, the group's tour bus ran off the road, leaving J with a concussion. Next, the group and its entourage were involved in a brawl at a Waffle House in Indiana, and both members eventually pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct charges.

All the chaos took its toll, as J suffered a panic attack in April 1998 while on-stage in Minnesota. However, all of the publicity helped expand the group's cult following to the point where its next album, the 1999 concept record The Amazing Jeckel Brothers, debuted in the Top Five. As evidenced by the numerous different collectible covers for The Amazing Jeckel Brothers, ICP had become a virtual merchandising machine, complete with comic books to flesh out their elaborate Dark Carnival mythology; they also wrote and starred in their own straight-to-video movie, Big Money Hustlas, and made guest appearances at wrestling events. The group spent the summer of 1999 bickering with various tourmates (Coal Chamber in particular) and played at the ill-fated Woodstock '99. Early in 2000, Shaggy collapsed on-stage, but the cause was deemed to be nothing more than a combination of the flu and low blood sugar; however, while staging a wrestling event several months later, Shaggy fell off a steel cage, breaking his nose and cheekbone. Still, ICP managed to make it into the studio to record a follow-up album, and Big Money Hustlas was finally released.

On Halloween 2000, the group issued its sixth album, which apparently did not count (as all the other albums had) as a "joker card" (in the ICP fantasy world, the sixth joker card was supposed to signal the apocalypse). Similar to Guns N' Roses' Use Your Illusion, the album was released in two completely different, separate versions, titled Bizzar and Bizaar. Finally needing to live up to the years of hype, 2002's The Wraith: Shangri-La revealed that the hidden message of their music was always to follow God and make it to Heaven. Considering the murder fantasies of "Beverly Kills 50187" and the necrophilic overtones of "Cemetery Girl," this may have been a shock to longtime fans.

In August 2004 the band released the sixth and final joker card, Hell's Pit, in two separate editions. Both had the same CD but were packed with different DVDs. Yet the Dark Carnival wasn't fully shuttered. Spring 2005 found ICP hyping a new direction for the mythology, to be revealed with the May release of Calm. The EP also prepped Insane Clown Posse's devoted fan base for the sixth annual Gathering of the Juggalos that July. Their 2007 effort, The Tempest, found the duo reuniting with producer Mike E. Clark, the man behind the first four joker card releases. Clark stuck around for their 2009 Bang! Pow! Boom! album. Featuring Freshness, a two-disc collection of the group's work with other artists, arrived in 2011. A year later, the conceptual The Mighty Death Pop focused on their detractors and other "certified hoes" with Clark returning as producer. ~ John Bush, Rovi
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Much clown love!!
Whoop whoop clown love till I die
whoop whoop down with the family Intel death and death to all the haters
Whoop whoop dowm with the clown till im dead in the ground! F**k haters repin the 740
F**k icp there gay as f**k I used to like u gay f*gs
Helll yeah to all my real people. Were down n we ride till we die.
RAISE YOUR HATCHETS HIGH FOR ICP
wooop wooop mother f**kers let me show u my hatchet
Jugaloo
Juggalo woop woop
#juggalo4lif e
Don't talk s**t bout icp.
rachelwhite6 0 7
whoop whoop
whoop whoop homies!
rachelwhite6 0 7
whoop whoop
78cav78
Was at brisbane show looking forward to gathering u guys r awesome f.... the fbi
Y'all Juggalo'z have a great day now Ya'hear! Whoop (x2)
Whose goin CHICKEN HUNTIN?? WE goin CHICKEN HUNTIN! Whoop Whoop
WHOOP WHOOP Down with the clown and down for life yo!! #Juggalo lifee
Whoop whoop!! Clown love 4life! Any juggalos wanna chat? Hit me up, blueeyeswag@ h o t m a i l . c o m . Not your typical juggalette here!
crazyjoefoun d 2
WHOOP WHOOP
I am a proud a** Juggalo ICP forever!!! #WhoopWhoop
Whoop whoop
ICP is so f**king bad a**
Let's start a phone contact list. Who is down??
you know that outside the music it's rumored that they are christian tru or not help me out here
Magic magic ninjas what?!?!
Juggalette till im dead in the ground whoop whoop to my homies and killas who keep the axe goin . WE INTERNATIONA L BABY !!MMFWCL
Who ARE these people? Apparently they're the fourth most hated musical act as of now, but I've never heard of them.
How do I get this noise off MY noise? Someone got on my Pandora. I like very few songs from I See Pee
Follow for a follow?? Cx @matt.bruce7 6 f**king awesome!!!
It sucks they don't play anything before great Melinko. The first 3 jokers cards were the best
Wool Woop..... I'm down with clown till I'm dead in the ground!
Now u gotta die!!!!!!!!! ! ! ! ! ! WHOOP WHOOP!!!!!
Juggalo and tilt a wirl I love
Smoother than a fresh Faygo
I love this group
Down with a clown till I'm dead in the ground. WHOOP WHOOP
Vilent j is my grandpas cousin the Bruce family!!!!
i like birthday b**ch!!!!!!! ! ! !
Whoop Whoop! Juggalo 4 Life!
Whoop Whoop
cuurvy
Juggalette 4 life!!!!!!��
Juggalette for life.��✌️
Whoop whoop
MMFCL from the 661
MMFCL from the 915
all you motherf**ker s that hate the posse can lick my f****** ball sack. And like the youngster' pops I grew up with the dog beats so I been down since almost day one. Who has any CDs or tracks that came out with only their comic books
ICP.....the name says it all...kickas s
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