Jugganauts - The Best Of Icp (Explicit)

October 30, 2007 | Format: MP3

$7.99
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Product Details

  • Original Release Date: October 30, 2007
  • Release Date: October 30, 2007
  • Label: Island Records
  • Copyright: (C) 2007 The Island Def Jam Music Group
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  • Total Length: 1:15:25
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  • ASIN: B000XLWA3G
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (21 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #22,944 Paid in Albums (See Top 100 Paid in Albums)

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I wouldn't even recommend this to a completist.
J. Kimray
I mean, 6 of the 18 tracks are from The Great Milenko, and, 5 are from The Amazing Jeckel Brothers!
S.W.
Now it just seems like these fools lost everything that it was about.
Dennis E. Grove

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7 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Justin Linker (Ninja In Action) on July 30, 2008
Format: Audio CD
Many Juggalos will agree with me when I say that this "best of" album came out of nowhere. I was hoping that there would be a few new tracks lodged in here. But there is absolutely nothing different.
If you're a Juggalo who knows about the Insane Clown Posse, then I'm sure that you will be on my side when I say this is not worth our time. I only purchased this in hopes of a new hidden track or even interludes after each track. But no. There's nothing.

The reason I consider this a 2 star instead of a flat out 1 is because this album would be quite helpful for the newcomers trying to get a taste of what The Wicked Clownz are about. This serves as a pretty good appetizer. But to those (like myself) who are educated on the Insane Clown Posse, then this is nothing more than a mere money-maker for the seemingly struggling Island Records to attempt to squeeze Juggalos for some loot. Good thing I bought it used, I'm not spending another dime on Island Records. This was a clear move to catch some easy money. The shocking part about it is, the Insane Clown Posse actually supported it. Why? To this day, that remains a mystery to me.

Here's my individual track ratings.

01. "Great Milenko" (N/A)
02. "Hokus Pokus" (A+) (favorite)
03. "Piggy Pie (Old School) (ft. Steve Jones)" (A)
04. "The Neden Game" (A)
05. "Halls Of Illusions (ft. Slash)" (A+)
06. "Mad Professor" (B+)
07. "Boogie Woogie Wu" (A+)
08. "Cherry Pie (I Need A Freak)" (A+)
09. "Another Love Song" (B)
10. "Rainbows & Stuff (ft. Paper Tiger)" (B-) (least favorite)
11. "I Want My Sh**" (A)
12. "F**k The World" (A)
13. "B**ches (ft. Ol' Dirty B**tard)" (A)
14. "My Axe" (B)
15. "Tilt-A-Whirl" (A+)
16. "Please Don't Hate Me" (A)
17.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Warlock253 on March 10, 2011
Format: MP3 Music
I gave this 4 stars mostly because of the greatness of the music but it definitely lacks in being a fully complete greatest hits album just the fact that chicken huntin isn't on it says enough

Also as a supporter of ICP I wouldn't recommend buying this CD as it was released by Island and probably without ICP's consent. I'd highly suggest you buy the original albums these songs are off of: Great Melinko, Forgotten Freshness Vol 1 & 2, Amazing Jeckel Bros. & Both Bizaars'!
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Jack Thanatos on November 11, 2007
Format: Audio CD
this was the laziest greatest hits album i have ever seen. the only albums they included were the great milenko, bizarre/bizaare, and the amazing jeckel brothers. considering the vast quantity of music they have released (not just the jokers cards) i am terribly disappointed with this album. even when i didn't completely like what they had released on certain albums (super villians:furious, and the dark lotus revisited) i wasn't actually disappointed. 7 tracks of the 18 were from the Great Milenko. what kind of greatest hits is this? if they really wanted to make some money off this album, they should have put a little fan consideration into it, even something small as only having 17 tracks.
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8 of 11 people found the following review helpful By B. Patterson on November 13, 2007
Format: Audio CD
This was released by ISLAND records. The only albums released by ICP on ISLAND were Great Milenko, The Amazing Jeckel Bros., Bizzare/Bizarre and the Wraith: Shangri-La. Thus, why you only get tracks from those cds. Its pretty easy to understand, for those of you who have posted before. ICP likely had nothing to do with this and it was just a way for Island Records to make more money off of the name since there are plenty of ICP fans who will buy anything bearing their name.

My suggestion? Don't buy it if you already own the real cds.
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5 of 7 people found the following review helpful By C. noel on November 9, 2007
Format: Audio CD
ok..first of all whatever i write here doesn't matter because juggalos are going to buy this anyway...so..first off i was dissapointed by the song selection..nothing off carnage, nothing off ringmaster, nothing off riddlebox.. and wayyy too many songs off milenko you're better off just buying all icps records and making your own greatest hits cd..and the sound quality doesnt really sound all that much different from the original versions. i definatly would have included alot of the older tracks that would have been amazing remastered..but thats just me. so all in all i dont rank this cd very high at all. just seems like an excuse to get some cash flowing in instead of a true heartfelt greatest hits..next time let the juggalos have some say in what ends up on here...then you'll have the real greatest hits and not what the label says is a hit! and thats what icp has always been about...i mean a greatest hits cd without chicken huntin? that should just about say it all right there...
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There are those juggalos who 5H1T on this collection because: 1) It isn't a "complete" best-of (for one thing, how could ANY ICP best-of be truly complete without "Chicken Huntin'"?), and 2) it was put out by a struggling label desperate to make money.
I can't really blame a struggling company for wanting to put out a "best-of" by a "big"-selling artist, but I have to agree with the juggalos who say this doesn't make an ICP "best-of." 18 tracks is pretty limiting for ICP. From what I understand, record label ties prevented much of ICP's stuff from being included (something that some people seem unaware of), but it isn't like there was a shortage of other tracks that Island could have used. If the label was targeting existing juggalos, I think they really should have made the collection at least two CDs long and called it The Island Years, or something like that. *I* would probably buy something like that, anyway.
But as it is, this CD just doesn't cut it as a "best-of," not even an "Island" best-of. I mean, 6 of the 18 tracks are from The Great Milenko, and, 5 are from The Amazing Jeckel Brothers! If you bought those two albums, that's most of this collection right there!
On the other hand, as others have said, if you're new to ICP, it would make a great introduction. So really, this should have been called something like An Introduction To ICP, and put out expressly for that purpose.
I'm giving this a generous four stars because it WAS my intro to ICP ---before I'd even read any reviews! But if you're a longtime juggalo, you should probably avoid this.
(However, if you haven't heard ICP, I must warn you: their stuff definitely isn't for anyone!)
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