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Product Details

  • Audio CD (October 31, 2000)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • Label: Psychopathic
  • ASIN: B000050HSJ
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (59 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #19,186 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Their best album to date.
Mitch Weaver
All I can say is if you are a juggalo or like any psycopathic music and have never heard this cd then for the love of god get it.
Boese
This Cd is for all the true twiztid serial killin juggalos in the world of underground.
"jesterdead"

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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Rebecca Lyle on April 6, 2003
Format: Audio CD
This is one of those releases that will rarely leave your cd player. Twiztid have a great talent that can only be appreciated by a small and very fortunate number of people. There is something for everyone on this cd. I'm going to go through and review all of the tracks.
1. Intro: Very good intro. It definately sets the atmosphere for the Freek Show.
2. Mutant X: Probably the creepiest song on the album. The lyrics show that they stand in their place as part of the Freek Show no matter what. The creepy piano in the beat really makes this song.
3. We Don't Die: Another Juggalo anthem. This is a very powerful rock oriented song. It's basically what "Juggaloism" is all about.
4. Fall Apart: A very sad song that points out the fear of death with every living creature. Very dark lyrics.
5. F***onthe1stdate: This song is pretty funny. This is basically Jamie's and Mono's take on what they think dating should be like.
6. Do You Really Know?: Another sad song about how rough life can be for most of us. Great lyrics as usual.
7. Leave Me Alone: Another sad rock song. This is one most of us can relate to.
8. People Are Strange: A remake of The Door's classic. These guys did a great job on this one. There is even a small guitar solo with a really cool effect. Very atmospheric.
9. All I Ever Wanted: Features label mates ICP. They all go great with one another. This is basically a statement on how most people with very little wants in life are normally given the shaft.
10. I Wanna Be...: A Madrox solo song. It's very short and deals with Madrox's obsession with Batman.
11. Bagz: A rap song that talks about Twiztid's love for smoking pot. Good song.
12. Wut Tha Dead Like: Another song that features ICP.
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6 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Lester on November 12, 2000
Format: Audio CD
When I first heard mostateless I was in a state of awe. I found it hard to believe that two white boys with such close ties to the Insane Clown Posse would be as good lyrically as they were. A similiar thing happened to me after listening to Freekshow. They are very very good lyrically and even people who aren't fans of ICP would get into this record if they opened up their minds and listened to it. This time around they handled everything by themselves. They mixed and produced every track on this C.D.. The best songs on this C.d. have to be Bagz, maniac killa, F**k on the first date, we don't die and where itz going down featuring Three six mafia. But almost every track on this C.D. is absolutely bangin. A definate must buy for any horrorcore rap fan.
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On Halloween 2000, Twiztid dropped their long, highly-anticipated sophomore LP entitled "Freek Show" on Island/Psychopathic Records. The 18 track album seemed to live up to most fans hype, as it is considered a piece of their finest work. I can agree with that, with a few exceptions.

Twiztid, consisting of rappers Jamie Madrox and Monoxide Child, definitely were on point with the lyrics, they stepped their rapping up since "Mostasteless", but one of the "exceptions" of why I don't exactly agree with this being some of their best material is where they experiment with rock music. They have a few rock songs on the album, which are good, but I don't feel like they needed to be there. Twiztid started off as rappers, they should continue as rappers. Now I can see them wanting to change their style up to refrain from being considered "stale", but they could have done it in a non-rock format. But with that said, the lyrics still are on point, Jamie Madrox is still the Batman obsessed fat kid, and Monoxide Child is still the chainsmoking psycho. There are a few deep, emotional tracks here, that made the album not sound as "cartoonish" as it would have. But in terms of lyricism, they do not disappoint here, just the rock songs didn't sound comfortable on this CD.

As for the production, this marks the official debut of Twiztid and legendary hip-hop producer Fritz The Cat's production group Systasyrosis Soundsquad, and they enter the sonic-world with a bang, the beats are hard-hitting and edgy, and sometimes thugged out. The guitars sound good on some tracks, on others it just seemed kinda played out. But overall, this was a great debut for Systaryrosis Soundsquad.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Mark Chapman on October 23, 2001
Format: Audio CD
Some people I know have said this album is "nuthun like da last one" well of course not, the band has grown since then and this is how they express them selves now.... its just a progressive evolution to a "higher" state of music. While some people may not like the new style they will be left behind because they cant grow with their fav juggalos. You cant expect a band to stagnate and do the same stuff 4 eva. they still keep the dark undertones and the twizted theme and the lyric style they just got a more warped sound. if you got chump..... get over it!
Jugglo's 4 eva.............. this album rocks............
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Real Music Lover on February 2, 2006
Format: Audio CD
Freek Show, in my opinion, falls just short of being a truly great album. This cd started the incorporation of rock music into Twiztid's sound, which at times is good, but I think they should stick to what they are best at. This cd has quit a few bright spots: a calob with Three Six Mafia on "Where Itz Goin Down," "Maniac Killa" was one of the first Dark Lotus songs made, and Madrox has a fresh (but short) solo song called "I Wanna Be." Overall, I recommend this album to anybody looking for something different from the same old, played out crap rap you hear on the radio.
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