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THEATRICAL, OUTRAGEOUS, AND WILDLY INVENTIVE, TWIZTID’S INFECTIOUS BLEND OF HIP-HOP HAS BEEN STALKING THE HIP-HOP SCENE FOR YEARS. NOW AFTER LURKING IN THE SHADOWS,TWIZTID ARE READY TO STRIKE AGAIN WITH THE RELEASE OF THEIR NEW RECORD, “A NEW NIGHTMARE.” UNAPOLOGETIC, AND LYRICALLY FEROCIOUS, TWIZTID ARE OUT TO PROVE TO HIP-HOP FANS EVERYWHERE THAT THEIR TERRIFYING BRAND OF ... Read more in Amazon's Twiztid Store

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  • Audio CD (July 26, 2005)
  • Original Release Date: 2005
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Label: Psychopathic
  • ASIN: B0009WPM02
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (20 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #192,698 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Mutant Vol.2 picks up where Man's Myth Vol.1 left off. Included is a DVD that features their latest music video for 'The Story Of Our Lives' and other bonus footage. Psychopathic. 2005.

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Twiztid have reached the apex of a two-album journey, and the horizon lies in sight. Their career path weaves a winding course through music's ruthless underground, and the pinnacle finds them here: Poised between the height of insight and the depth of depravity. Placed between life's greatest questions and toughest answers. Melding the minds of Madrox and Monoxide. Mixing up their O.G. sound with the newly found, and putting it all down. This isn't your mainstream attempt at fusion, rapping over the band. This is one album with two distinct styles, classic Twiztid rap tracks, alongside mosh-pit rock anthems.

It's Twiztid truly twisted, and this Mutant has a little of everything.

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I'm not even going to give these wannabes a chance.
Hector Rico
I actually like this one better than the original, but it's still just a filler track.
J. Miller
I always have and always will love both rap and rock music.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By J. Miller on October 19, 2005
Format: Audio CD
Let me start this review by saying that "Hector," the reviewer below who calls Twiztid a "Hot Topic" band, is an idiot. But you probably already knew that if you attempted to read his incoherent babble. Anyway, let's move along with an honest assessment of Mutant (Vol. 2). This is a great album because it reaches areas that Twiztid haven't touched before. The rock music on this album is MUCH better than their attempts at rock on "Freekshow" and the maturity in their music radiates throughout most of the album.

In all honesty, I think that Man's Myth (Vol. 1) is a better album overall, but I probably only feel that way because I generally like the rap stuff more than the rock stuff. If I was a die-hard Zuggalo, I may feel differently. I like how this album rotates from track to track between rap and rock because it is still attempting to please fans that may not dig the whole Twiztid rock-n-roll gig. While this makes the album's flow a little rough at times, most of the songs are great when you look at them on an individual basis. So, let's do that...

1. The Transformation of A New Civilization - (D) - I always skip this track; it basically sucks. As far as I'm concerned, Mutant begins with Track 2.

2. Get Off Of Me! - (A-) - Great opening song, gets the listener pumped up. Some of the lyrics are a bit chessy, but it still rocks. They opened with this on the Man's Myth Tour and it was great concert song!

3. Stardust - (A+) - I LOVE this song. Great beat, creative lyrics and a catchy chorus. I like the message behind the song too.

4. Familiar - (B+) - This one took some time to grow on me. I hated it at first, but now I think it is a great experimental track. The chorus is definitely the highlight of the song...
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By John on July 26, 2005
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Wow, just wow. What kind of act will release two different albums with two different dvds in less than a month? Twiztid of course. While Man's Myth vol. 1 was a rap album Mutant vol. 2 is more rock than rap. With Jamie's voice which can be pretty good singing wise and Monoxide's raps which are at their best. This is easily the best rap album to have alot of guitars on it and a rock feel since Insane Clown Posse's " The amazing Jeckel Brothers" On top of all this, in the booklet there is a big announcement. Jame Madrox's solo album "Phatso" which alot of people have been waiting for ever since Monoxide's "Chainsmoker" album. So, the big question will be is, which album do you prefer? Man's Myth Or Mutant? Well, for me that is tough they're both really different but both great. While Man's Myth goes deep into what Twiztid is all about Mutant vol. 2 goes deeper into their rock roots, even more so than Freak Show. Which is great because lets face it, if both albums sounded the same it would be boring. Neither album is dissapointing. Two of Twiztid's best and I recommend them strongly. Best Tracks are "Get off of me" "Familiar" and the sad/ brilliant closing song "Note 2 Self" be open minded. Buy this, enjoy.

"How can I change my life, when all I have is pain?"

" Note 2 self" - Twiztid
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This is a very difficult album to review. Not because it's bad, but because it is different than any album I've ever listened to. From the thrash like feel of "Get off of me" to the revollutionary "the truth will set you free", the vibe switches so often it's hard to get a consistent groove. Here's my feel:

1. Transformation of a new vivilization 5/5 - One of the best songs on the CD... Jamie kills it.

2.Get off of me - 3/5 - Weakest song on here... lyrically it's porrly written but for some reason it's catchy.

3.Stardust- 5/5- One of the best songs... very thought provoking. Metaphorical, maybe? Jamie kills it again.

4.Familiar 4/5 - Great song... average singing

5. Madness 4/5 - Dope song...Jamie kills that flow, but this is the best Mono has sounded since Green Book.

6. F**k you part 2 - Decent... pointless though

7. Jenny is a fat B**ch- pointless too

8. Fantasy 5/5 - Now THIS is a sex song... Twiztid, you finally did it!

9. Who am I? 3.5/5 - Nice song... nothing stand-out

10. The truth... 5/5- One of the best Twiztid songs ever

11. Respirator 5/5- Best rock song on here

12. Triple Threat 3.5/5 - Nice beat...good lyrics... stupid content though

13. Starve your fear 5/5 - Rap/Rock song... nice take on it.

14. Manikin - 3.5/5- Eh... Not another song about sex with non-human/dead people...ICP/Twiztid/Dark Lotus overdo this subject. J kills his verse,though.

15. Note 2 self - 5/5 - Nice song... great instrumentation to me. Singing is okay, but lyrics are great.
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I've been down with the Clown since '97. I've loved Twiztid ever since Mostasteless dropped in '98. I've seen them live countless times and I am a super Juggalo ninja killa 4 life MFacko! I have to say that I thought Myth (Vol. 1) was a decent album. But this one right here, Mutant (Vol. 2), is just so dope I cannot even describe how jammin' it is. I always have and always will love both rap and rock music. I think this is a great direction for Jamie and Paul and it rounds out the double album experience quite nicely. Listen to both cd's back to back and tell me that these aren't psychopathic masterpieces. You can't! Because they are! If you're a long time Juggalo like myself you'll love this cd. If not, then why are you reading this??? I never write reviews on this website, but after listening to this cd I felt it was my duty to tell the world how fresh it is. PEACE.
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