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The Great Milenko Explicit Lyrics

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Comedy hip-hop generally takes the low route, doing either physical humor (cf. The Fat Boys) or a litany of cheap-shots and potty-talk (cf. 2 Live Crew). Insane Clown Posse does both. But they're also side-splittingly funny for a couple listens--and pretty good with the beats and samples besides. The concept's like this: These two white guys have a vision of global unity that has something to do with dressing as clowns and spraying soda all over everything. They're, like, dead or something, so they have supernatural powers, and each album they put out represents a card in this eternal trump hand that'll call God back to earth when it's all collected together. If you can think of anything funnier on the spot, go get a record deal. --Gavin McNett
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Product Details

  • Audio CD (August 12, 1997)
  • Parental Advisory ed. edition
  • Original Release Date: August 12, 1997
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • Label: Psychopathic
  • ASIN: B000001EBT
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (390 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #26,508 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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In my opinion this is the last ICP album with their classic wicked clowns sound. From AJB and onward their sound and style changed. It's one of my favorite albums by them although i don't think it's as solid as The Riddlebox. The production, beats and vocals are more polished since they recorded this with a major record label. Mike E. Clark does wonders with the beats as always. Besides Slash The big name guest appearances don't do much for me but still give them props for it. My review of the tracks-

Intro- Alice Cooper does a mediocre intro although ICP does better and i prefer them doing the intros. Cooper later lied and said he didn't know what ICP was all about and regretted doing a track with them, what a putz! 5/10

Great Milenko- ICP always did a self titled album song for all the jokers cards. This one as the others is pretty fresh. 7/10

Hokus Pokus- A funny song introducing ICP to the mainstream world and what they're all about. 8/10

Piggy Pie- Awesome remake wicked clown style of the three little pigs. Details killing evil rednecks and selfish richies. Nice beat here, Shaggy also does a good job on his part. 8/10.

How Many Times?- A more serious song and one of my favorites on this record. Violent J puts his heart into the lyrics and explains everyday occurences in life that shouldn't happen the way they do. 10/10

Southwest Voodoo- A funny song about ICP's voodoo practices on people they hate. It samples a old rap song from "Guerilla's in the Mist". 8/10

Halls of Illusions- A great song basically about how a bad childhood can mess up a persons life. ICP takes revenge on a domestic and child abusers. Slash does some great riffs here for the wicked clowns. 9/10.
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I was pretty impressed with Insane Clown Posses first jokers card.This is one of the Insane Clown Posses best cds.
1.Intro - A good intro that sort of sets the mood for this album.
2.Great Milenko - A really good song.Nice beats in the chorus.
3.Hokus Pokus - Not my favorite song on this cd.Its not brilliant.I don't hate it though.Nice carnival beats though.
4.Piggy Pie - Quite good.
5.How Many Times - Not the greatest beats but some pretty good lyrics.The skit at the end of the song is funny.Hahahahha!
6.Southwest Voodoo - A great song about voodoo and how ICP uses it.
7.Halls of Illusions - This cd only gets better from here.I dig this song.Great beats,great guitar riffs and great lyrics,this is one of the best songs on the Great Milenko.This was the single from the Great Milenko yet it didn't get really any air play from the radio or MTV.
8.Under the Moon - Interesting lyrics.The lyrics are sad and moody.Another one of the best songs on this cd in my opinion because its real deep and not just one of ICP's joke songs.
9.What is a Juggalo - A funny song!Its really great.I like the funny lrics and cool beat.You will know what a juggalo is after hearing this song.
10.House of Horrors - Yet another really great song with a cool beat and good lyrics.Welcome to the house of horrors...
11.Boogi Woogie Wu - No one can stop the boogie man!!!Hahaha!This has the best beats of any song on this cd and it includes very creative lyrics.Of course,its also funny .
12.The Neden Game - What can I say?Its funny.
13.Hellalujah - Not one of the best songs on this album.Its ok.Its not really anything special though.I must admit that the beat is good.
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Yes, it's the "Great Milenko". The big hit with all that fuss...yeah, so what! It was also a sign of the times. Teens were sick of ultra brooding, damaged singers from the post Seattle fallout and crass trash like "Antichrist Super Star", "Life is Peachy" and the "Great Milenko" were exactly what they wanted. (Eminem was yet to come.) Although this disc would represent the height of ICP's popularity, for die hard Juggalos it represents a painful period were they had to share the pit with frat boys. Plus the disc isn't as perfect as "Riddle Box" but ICP's infectious beats and rhymes are still here making the "Great Milenko" pretty great. With the finance of a major label behind them inn the studio, a more polished texture flows through out but, despite the more serious equipment, credit is overdue for Mike Clark. Milenko's subject manner treads in the same Dark Carnival territory but it's music, due to expensive production, is much more immediate. Like the Ramones and Rocket from the Crypt the philosophy of, `the same old thing is just right', works for ICP as well. The Great Milenko creates the most immediacy ICP ever had. Striking the most visual appeal that your mind can easily envision videos for every song as they play. Singles like "Piggy Pie", "Hall of Illusions", and "Hokus Pokus" give the basic ICP horror movie/slapstick sound for the newbies but also tantalize Juggalos of old. Milenko also has some unheralded classic gems like "Southwest Voodoo", "Boogie Woogie Woo" and "House of Horrors". Songs that despite being on the platinum platter are among ICO's very best. The "Neden Game" and an assortment of between track skits provide some better humor than previous joker cards as well. The intro with Alice Cooper is the most perfect yet. Milenko wraps you up in ICP's world long enough so you keep the CD on repeat. Reason enough why the disc kept selling and selling.
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