Bizzar (Explicit Version) CD (2000)

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The Insane Clown Posse team is back again with not just one, but two new albums, (each sold separately) With an abundance of new material...Juggalos get ready! "Tilt a Whirl" is the first insane release off of this album.


Label Uni/island
SKU 60445416
UPC 731454817523
UPC 14 00731454817523
Format CD
Release Date 10/31/2000
Author Insane Clown Posse
Associated Artist/Work Murder City No Stars
Technical Info
Engineer Mike E. Clark
CatalogID 548175
Lable Name Island (Label)
Released 05/07/2005
Original Release 2000
Number of Discs 1
SPARE Code n/a
Length 67m : 31s
Mono/Stereo Stereo
Studio/Live Studio
UPC 00731454817523
Album Notes and Credits
Insane Clown Posse: Violent J., Shaggy 2 Dope.
Additional personnel includes: Rich Murrel (vocals, guitar); Mike E. Clark (various instruments, programming); Esham, Jamie Madrox, The Rude Boy, The News Guy, Lo Dogg, Fuck Face, Jennifer McDonald, Blaze Ya Dead Homie, Jamie Lowry, Alex Abbiss, Florida Joe, Deb Agoli.
Producers: Mike E. Clark, Insane Clown Posse.
Recorded at Funhouse Studios, Detroit, Michigan; Millennium Studios and Rocky Mountain Studios, Denver, Colorado.
Insane Clown Posse: Violent J., Shaggy 2 Dope.
Additional personnel includes: Mike E. Clark (various instruments, programming); Rich Murrel (guitar); Eric Hoegemeyer (drums); Twiztid, The Ninja From Millennium Studios, The Rude Boy, Vampiro, The News Guy, Paper Tiger.
Producers: Mike E. Clark, Insane Clown Posse.
Recorded at Funhouse Studios, Detroit, Michigan; Millennium Studios and Rocky Mountain Studios, Denver, Colorado.
Personnel: Insane Clown Posse (vocals, rap vocals, chant); Rick Murrell (vocals, guitar); Jamie Madrox, Jennifer McDonald, Esham, Rude Boy , Lo Dogg, Deb Agnolli, Florida Joe, Alex Abbiss, Joseph Utsler, Fuck Face, Jamie Lowry, Violent J, Blaze Ya Dead Homie (vocals); Mike E. Clark (programming).
Audio Mixers: Insane Clown Posse; Mike E. Clark .
Recording information: Fun House Studio, Detroit, MI; Millennium Studios, Denver, CO; Rocky Mountain Recorders, Denver, CO.
Photographers: Eric "EWolf" Wheeler ; Johnny Buzzerio; Bob Alford.
In an act of eccentricity usually reserved for artists with a more defined history, Insane Clown Posse released two albums with the same title, a slightly different spelling the only difference between the two (both spellings grammatically incorrect).
Insane Clown Posse are to rap music what Gwar are to rock and roll. Taken too seriously, the whole point is lost. Above the sometimes-pseudo Prince grooves of BIZZAR, Violent J and Shaggy 2 Dope repeatedly take their lyrics to graphic extremes that even their sworn enemy Eminem has yet to tread on. In "Radio Stars," ICP parody a series of desperate attempts at success showing that this demented duo aren't above self-deprecation.
Professional Reviews
CMJ (11/27/00, p.18) - "...Like a gorilla throwing its own feces around: It's shocking; it's rude; at times it's even funny..."
Artist Bio
It all began in the early 90's in Southwest Detroit. Joseph Bruce (Violent J) and Joseph Utsler (Shaggy 2 Dope), along with a crew of neighborhood homies started an ill-fated street gang called ICP "Inner City Posse". They also began to rap, with a mildly successful independent release, "Dog Beats". Having just moved to the inner city from the suburbs, the young J and Shaggy had little knowledge of any real gang life, but attempted to throw ICP's name right into the dangerous mix of Southwest Detroit's street gangs anyway. The little notoriety ICP received from their music also proved to be an almost fatal setback. Southwest Detroit's established gangs, some of which had been around for generations, began to harbor serious resentment towards ICP. The entire Inner City Posse became the target of much gang related violence, and after 2 years of battery most members bailed out... some barely escaping town with their lives. J and Shaggy were among the last few that remained true to their weakened ICP clique. They remained in Southwest Detroit, still trying to uphold their name, while basically trapped, alone, and fearing for their lives. It finally looked as if ICP's road had reached a dead end when Violent J took his 4th trip to the county jail and was put away for the entire winter of 90. Right around J's release from county jail in 1991, J and Shaggy suddenly reached a turning point of their lives and careers. According to their own wild assertions, they claim to have been visited late one night by spirits of a mysterious Dark Carnival. They claim that this pack of neutral, carnival phantoms ordered them to deliver 6 very special messages for them to all that will listen. J and Shaggy claimed they were specifically chosen by this phantom circus to deliver these 6 messages, and do their best in making the entire planet listen. These ghosts allegedly explained to J and Shaggy that many souls will doubt them and only a few souls will listen, but those few that do listen, are worth all the effort 10 fold. They were also informed that there are to be no leaders or followers of the carnival and its messages... only believers. J and Shaggy are merely messengers, sent to gather believers, nothing more and nothing less. Their mission is to find as many believers as possible, before the end consumes us all. Now, we'll admit, it's a little hard to swallow, but it's interesting none the less. With their new found mission from the beyond, J and Shaggy finally got their lives back on track. They quit their own gang, and changed their rapping name from Inner City Posse to Insane Clown Posse. Having been told that each special message will come one by one, and only when the time is right, J and Shaggy chose the only form of expression they know anything about... Music. J and Shaggy say that they gave themselves the identity of clowns to better fit in while spreading the messages of the Dark Carnival, others say they're clowns because... well they're buffoons. However you perceive this strange rap group from Detroit, the fact is that they're here to stay. With their grease painted faces, fat, heavy carnival beats and demented, vulgar lyrics injected with positive messages and magic... You have the band you love to hate... the Insane Clown Posse.
Disc 1
1 Intro
2 Bizarr
3 Cherry Pie (I Need A Freak)
4 Questions
5 Mr. Happy
6 Radio Stars
7 My Axe
8 If
9 Let's Go All The Way
10 Let A Killa
11 Juggalo Paradise
12 Crystal Ball

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