That’s the unfamiliar position in which Detroit rappers Violent J (Joseph Bruce) and Shaggy 2 Dope (Joseph Utsler) find themselves, following one of the strangest years of their long, strange, 20-year trip through the music industry. ”Of course, casual followers of the group’s frequent headline-making outrages would never have mistaken Insane Clown Posse for pious Christians.
Not that they are, actually, evangelical Christians. Neither attends church or claims any biblical knowledge. After all, this is a group which has always chosen to illustrate the dark side of human nature in the most graphic terms possible.
In case you did not know, The Great Milenko is the fourth in a series of six joker cards. To envision yourself with something that rightfully does not belong to you... To act upon this vision and seek it out at the expense of another... Continuous dreamers of profit at the cost of another are pledged and haunted by his wizardry. Your evil acts are his magic - yesterday, now and forever. Their earlier albums have horrible production, and their latter albums like Hell's Pit were just unforgivably sick. Just listen to the album and try to get some of the humour out of it.
All of these joker cards have different messages and represent different elements of life. Others are content and satisfied with what they can achieve by themselves and have not the urge to tamper with another's well being for quick gain. The Great Milenko is in a way a bridge between their old-school style and their more slick but annoying style found in The Wraith and The Amazing Jeckyll Brothers. 1) Intro I'm no Alice Cooper fan, but I was very happy to hear his cameo in the Intro.
On top of that, the death toll in Whokajava on the rise, On the... Anthrax on donuts, eight year olds pushing keys, Mad fuckin' new disease and hostages on they knees, Plane crashes, corruption, and butt sex at thirteen, On the... The wickedest show on earth presented by the Man, Its the... Chorus Broken bodies mutilated,decapitated, and skeeted on.
High speed car chases (hey, I recognized what street they on).
Sharon: Contestant #1, I believe first impressions last forever. Hurry up bitch I'm hungry, I smell spaghetti, I'd pinch her limpy ass and tell her 'get the food ready!
The success of a former clown painted hype man and a dream Bruce had involving a clown running around in Delray, increased awareness of ICP, turning the group into one of the biggest underground rap acts in the country.
What could anyone possibly say about Insane Clown Posse that’s any worse?
How about calling them Christians — evangelical Christians, at that.
Consisting primarily of two people, Violent J (Joseph Bruce) and Shaggy 2 Dope (Joseph Utsler), Insane Clown Posse are a Hip-Hop group and Professional Wrestling tag team from Detroit, and the co-founders of the independent record label, Psychopathic Records.
Their music is generally placed in the "Horrorcore" category, and is focused heavily around Circus of Fear elements. Of course, some of their detractors aren't much better, either.