Abominationz(Explicit Version) CD (2012)

Artist: Twiztid

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on 5/15/2013

I have been listening to Twiztid for many years, not as one of their hardcore "Juggalette" followers, but as a person that appreciates good music. What drew me to the Psychopathic music initially was that it was dark yet comedic, and the music was legitimately good. It wasn't until recently that I started listening to Twiztid again, as well as ICP, Dark Lotus, etc, and started to consider myself a Juggalette. I've been very pleased with the stuff I've been hearing from these guys. It could, perhaps, be argued that what you're hearing is "less underground" and "more commercial" however, what I hear is talented artists perfecting their craft and evolving musically. Read More

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Specifications

Label Psychopathic Records/fontana
SKU 241439342
UPC 756504421222
UPC 14 00756504421222
Format CD
Release Date 10/22/2012
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Author Twiztid
Compilation Appearance Greatest Hits With Our Buds(Explicit Version)
Compilation Appearance Kickin Screamin(Explicit Version)
Compilation Appearance Paranormal(Explicit Version)
Compilation Appearance Mile High(Explicit Version)
Compilation Appearance Vitiligo(Explicit Version)
Associated Artist/Work Insane Clown Posse
Technical Info
CatalogID PSY 42122
Lable Name Psychopathic Records
Released 10/22/2012
Original Release 2012
Number of Discs 1
SPARE Code n/a
Length 55m : 37s
Mono/Stereo Stereo
Studio/Live Studio
UPC 00756504421222
Musical Guests
Royce Da 5'9"
Insane Clown Posse
Glasses Malone
Krizz Kaliko
Album Notes and Credits
Photographer: Ewolf.
To the untrained ear, it might seem that every album issued by Twiztid was inspired by hate, but Abominationz lives up to that press release claim, offering a more jagged and angry version of the horrorcore rap group's usual darkness. The pissed-and-loving-it vibe begins with "Bad Side," a swampy blues-rap track produced by Michael "Seven" Summers, who is as to Twiztid as Mike E. Clark is to Insane Clown Posse, offering a dark carnival's worth of studio tricks with production that's layered. Horror sound effects and other evil whatnot often provide the base under Summers' rock-rap beats, but he's versatile too, offering a simple electro-grind when mentors ICP join for the title track, giving fans their super team-up upfront without the clutter. As far as Twiztid as rappers, here they're as shameless and gross ("I'm unstoppable, like a HIV" plus plenty of references to murder, suicide, and bodily functions to enjoy) as ever, although the tempo of their delivery has steadily increased, making the Abominationz lyric sheet longer than previous albums. "Extension Chords" considers hanging oneself as an easy out to this wretched life, and "This Is Your Anthem" offers "welcome to a brand new hate" during its Kiss-like, stomping chorus, but negative attraction rap-rock doesn't usually come with so much life behind it, or so much sick wit. Even if it's overstuffed, the rap-rock power ballad "LDLHA-IBCSYWA" doesn't fit, and impressionable kids shouldn't come anywhere near it, Abominationz finds Twiztid delivering the hyped-up, hate-filled, horror-rap goods with plenty of punch and the grimmest of jokes. "Rep That Wicked," indeed. ~ David Jeffries
Disc 1
1 Bad Side
2 Unstoppable
3 Rep That Wicked
4 He's Looking at Me
5 Blood...All I Need
6 Lift Me Up
7 Extension Chords
8 Psychopathic Psychiatric Hotline
9 Coin Flip Lunatic - (featuring Royce da 5'9")
10 This Is Your Anthem
11 Abominationz - (featuring Insane Clown Posse)
12 Unable to Cry for Help or to Escape from a Seemingly Impending Evil
13 Nightmarez
14 2nd 2no 1
15 Ldlha-Ibcsywa
16 It's Hard to Smile When You're...
17 Sux 2 B U - (featuring Glasses Malone/Krizz Kaliko)
Product Attributes
Artist Twiztid
Label Psychopathic Records
Music Format Compact Disc
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