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Carnival Of Carnage Explicit Lyrics

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1. Untitled
2. Carnival Of Carnage
3. The Juggla
4. First Day Out
5. Red Neck Hoe
6. Wizard Of The Hood
7. Is That You?
8. Psychopathic
9. Guts On The Ceiling
10. Never Had It Made
11. Your Rebel Flag
12. Ghetto Freak Show
13. Taste

Product Details

  • Audio CD (July 20, 1998)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • Label: Psychopathic Records
  • ASIN: B00000A6K8
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (127 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #56,341 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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11 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Jack Thanatos on September 30, 2004
Format: Audio CD
if yall like the wizard of the hood song up on here then check out the wizard of the hood ep violent j released. that album is just crazy awesome.

anyway this cd ain't like the rest of ICP's music except for their ep released the year after this called Beverly Kills 50187 which has some of its own decent stuff on it. COC is more early 90's gangsta rap style then the rest of their stuff, but they had to take roots somewhere. after all, they only sold 17 albums on the first day released and look where they are now.

i like riddle box, wizard of the hood ep, and all of the psychopathic rydas cds they released better then this one, but it is up there with just about all of the rest of their cds. if you are expecting funny lyrics, you ain't gonna get much in this one, but they are insane lyrics.

some current day juggalos (any after jeckel bros) might not like this style because that is when they started sounding more rock then rap, but if you like this, check out the psychopathic rydas cds. there's 3 out there, dumpin', ryden dirtay, and check in yo s**t b*tch. they stole the beats of other rappers songs and layed their own raps over them and sounded pretty good doing it.

also check out twiztids first cd for a better version of first day out in my opinion, and psychopathics from outer space vol 1 for an updated version of redneck hoe. if you like the originals, you won't be disappointed with the newer ones.
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10 of 12 people found the following review helpful By CriticalFive(5) on October 28, 2004
Format: Audio CD
THIS IS NOT THE ORIGINAL CARINVAL OF CARNAGE, THIS ONE DOES NOT INCLUDE "NIGHT OF THE AXE" OR 'BLACKEN YOUR EYES'...THIS IS THE PUSS CENSORSHIP RE-ISSUE, SO KEEP THAT IN MIND. YOU MAY BE ABLE TO FIND THE ORIGINAL IF YOU SCROLL DOWN SOME, OTHERWISE THIS ALBUM KICKS HELLA ASS, FULL-FLAVORED OLD SCHOOL WITH ALL THE FUNKY BEATS AND WICKED CLOWNS THAT YOU WANT!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Psychopathic Fan on July 30, 2004
Format: Audio CD
This album has simply the best intro there ever was for an album. Scary, misterious and unusual, the Dark Carnival begins, and those who listen to it, shall have their place in Shangri-La, and those who ignore what the Dark Carnival is saying, will sure have their spot in the deepest Hell's Pit.

This one has, along with Riddle Box, the best Joker's Card story. It tells about the ghetto and all the violence in it, and most people outside the ghetto don't care. But what if all this ghetto violence just got out of the ghetto and comes to your neighborhood? That's when everyone will witness the Carnival Of Carnage, a wicked carnival of freaks.

Even though the story and the intro are serious and scary, most part of the album is funny as hell. I mean it, I've never laughed so hard than in songs like The Juggla, and Never Had It Made.

Comparing this album to the lastest ICP works, you can see they were much more of a rap group, but you could see, since this beggining, they were different. This isn't probably the best album to start an ICP dollection if you don't mean to complete it at first (I'd suggest The Great Milenko for ICP rookies), but it's a must buy if you liked some of their other albums.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Yuri Cunha on July 8, 2004
Format: Audio CD
I really don't know why they remastered this album cutting off two great tracks. Maybe because "Blackin' Your Eyes" contains violence agains women, and that's a thing ICP is against nowadays, and violence against children in "Night Of The Axe", but I think it wasn't a nice idea to cut those songs. The remastered version added very little quality in sound. Believe me because I have listened both versions of the album and this one, the Uncut Version, is the one I own.
I have to say all tracks in this album are good, but they sound like a totally different band if you listen this one and The Wraith, or even Great Milenko, Amazing Jeckel Brothers... This album sounds way more like a rap record. My favorite songs in this one are The Juggla, Red Neck Hoe, Is That You and Never Had It Made. For those of you who like guest appearences in albums, this one has Detroit rappers Kid Rock (now one of ICP's enemies) and Esham (who has joined ICP's label Psychopathic Records).
This isn't the best Joker's Card, but if you want to own all Joker Cards and you have none yet, you can star with this one. But if you're not sure if you'll buy them all, try to get The Great Milenko or The Wraith first.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on February 2, 1999
Format: Audio CD
Although ICP had been around years before this disc was released,ICP formed around 1987(not 1992) with a few other members that quit before this came out. CARNIVAL OF CARNAGE (1993) is pure fun,urban entertainment. Sure it's a gimmick (Two rappers dressed as wicked clowns), but it's more than that. Real life issues are presented here,like growing up in a ghetto,being snubbed by yuppies,jail,and other tragedies that seem to only make them stronger. Very imaginative and original,something a lot of hip hop performers lack these days. Violent J does most of the rappin' on this one (like he does on the others but more so on this one) his psychotic, crude humor will leave you laughing or cringing(maybe both). "The Juggla" "Psychopathic" "Night of the Axe" and my favorite "Never Had It Made" are all gems. Great disc. Must Buy. Also Violent J was around 34 years old when this came out,(40 now) I guess your never too old to bust out funky,funky rhymes.
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