The Terror Wheel

The Dead Body Man: dictales.

  • Misogyny.

Skitsofrantic: skitsofrantic (schizophrenic).

  • Perpetuates harmful stereotypes of mental illness.

The Smog” / Thoughts in my Head: droul (drool), paralized (paralyzed), draws (drawers).

  • Pseudo-Christianity.

Out: finna (fixing to), haugh (house) .

  • Misogyny.

I Stuck her with my Wang: neden (pussy), psycholistic, finna.

  • Rape.
  • Misogyny.
  • Homophobia.
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Beverly Kills 50187

If 12-year-old kids were responsible for this image, I could let it slide. A grown man drew this, and another grown man agreed to use it as a CD cover. Unbelievable.


Beverly Kills: finna, jokero.

  • Misogyny.
  • Homophobia.
  • Rape.

17 Dead: baddy (batty), meat (meet), nutsac (nutsack).

  • Stupid “yo mamma” joke.
  • Pseudo-Christianity.
  • Misogyny.

The Stalker: haugh (house), ditso.

  • Misogyny.

In the Haughhh!: haugh (house), patten-leather (patent-leather), wiked (wicked).

  • Homophobia.

Chop! Chop!

  • Misogyny.

Joke Ya Mind: finna.

  • Pseudo-Christianity.
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Dog Beats

Anyone who thought this was a good idea for a CD cover obviously isn’t very bright.


Ghetto Zone: sac-chasing (sack-chasing)

  • Sympathetic to gangbanging.
  • ‘Southwest Detroit is condemned one’s home’: WTF?
  • Misogyny.
  • Racism. (‘By no nappy-headed, bare-footed, crackheaded sewer skank’)

Wizard of the Hood: hastle (hassle), finning, zoo suit (zoot suit), should of (should have).

  • ‘And it bland my motherfucking eyes bet’: WTF?
  • Stole the flow for this track from N.W.A.’s “Fuck the Police”.

Life at Risk

  • Misogyny.
  • Sympathetic to gangbanging.

Dog Beats

  •  Terrible recycling of the famous “Atomic Dog” sample.

From the same photoshoot. Looks like we got ourselves a badass over here. How the fuck does anyone take these idiots seriously?

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Hell’s Pit

“Hell’s Pit may be appropriately named, if only because I felt like I was in a burning pit of Hell in my ears while listening to it. Actually, that might be preferable to ever playing this album again.” — Steve ‘Flash’ Juon

From the liner notes: “Each joker’s card is somebody’s favorite, somewhere, and that’s enough to give them life.” If an ICP CD is what’s keeping you from killing yourself, you seriously need to re-assess your priorities in life. Damn.


Intro

  • Pseudo-Christianity. Listen to it backwards as well as forwards to get the full effect.

Walk into the Darkness

  • Animal cruelty.
  • Pseudo-Christianity.
  • Rape.
  • Repeatedly makes negative, stereotypical references to “witches”, equating them with immoral people. I wonder how all those Wiccan juggalos out there reconcile this?

Suicide Hotline: splaage (spillage?).

  • Perpetuates harmful stereotypes of mental illness.
  • Misogyny.
  • Another negative reference to a “witch”.
  • Discourages the mentally ill from seeking help by casting social workers as incompetent.
  • Pseudo-Christianity.

C.P.K.’s

  • Pseudo-Christianity. (Just because they’re talking about murdering crooked preachers doesn’t change the essentially Christian frame of reference they use here. And everywhere, really.)
  • Misogyny.
  • Homophobia.

Truly Alone

  • Perpetuates harmful stereotypes of mental illness.
  • Misogyny.

Everyday I Die

  • Another negative “witch” reference.
  • Pseudo-Christianity. (Unromantic depiction of Hell.)

The Night of the .44

  • Pseudo-Christianity. (Reversed section at the very end.)

The Witch

  • Instead of just calling the creature a demon or whatever, they opted to primarily call it a “witch”. Negative stereotyping, anyone?
  • Misogyny.
  • Animal cruelty.
  • ‘I can still throw my hatchet in the air’: It’s odd that they would place this piece of “juggalo pride” into a song in which they’re personifying the kind of wickedness that they’re supposedly teaching their fans to avoid in their own lives.

Bowling Balls

  • Oh yeah, killing homeless people is HILARIOUS. :/ So much for representing the downtrodden.
  • Perpetuating negative stereotypes of mental illness.

24

  • Rape.
  • Misogyny.

Burning Up

  • Misogyny.
  • Pseudo-Christianity.

Sedatives

  • Perpetuates harmful stereotypes of mental illness.

In my Room

  • Misogyny.
  • Animal cruelty.

Angels Falling

  • Pseudo-Christianity.
  • Like many ICP songs, it reeks of self-pity.

Manic Depressive

  • Perpetuates harmful stereotypes of mental illness.

Real Underground Baby

  • Again they desperately try to promote the lie that they are underground. What a joke.
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The Wraith: Shangri-La

In September 2003, Insane Clown Posse was voted the worst band of any musical genre in Blender, with The Wraith: Shangri-La named as the group’s worst album.[18] Despite describing Insane Clown Posse as “imbecilic white rappers”, the magazine complimented the album for its “charming, good-natured idiocy.”[19] — Wikipedia entry on ICP

Considering all the other crap they had put out prior to this, the message of the liner notes and “Thy Unveiling” really don’t come as a surprise at all. It’s always been obvious that they believe in God and heaven and hell, and are looking to spook other morons into toeing a Christian line in order to get through the pearly gates and perpetually indulge in drug abuse, violence, treating women like pieces of meat, and other suitably holy activities. (*yawn*) Most of the album strongly reflects this.

The Butterfly story: It’s cute that they are that sensitive to the plight of an insect, but heaven’s a lie. Learn from your mistakes and move on, instead of turning them into justification for self-righteous belief in bullshit.


Welcome to the Show

  • ‘hate to be yall. and have a juggalo shatter my skull for the carnival’: Implies that juggalos are somehow the most moral people and have the right to send others to hell (Condemning people to eternal torture is itself immoral, btw. :p).

Get Ya Wicked On

  • Misogyny.

Birthday Bitches: mutha facko.

Blaaam!

  • Misogyny.
  • Third reference to their fondness for Nyquil abuse.

The Staleness: brang.

Hell’s Forecast: threw (through).

Homies: neden (pussy).

Ain’t Yo Bidness

  • Second reference to abusing Tylenol.

Cotton Candy & Popsicles

  • Misogyny.
  • Homophobia.

The Raven’s Mirror: lease (least).

The Wraith

  • Fear of death is decried on the basis of having “eternity” to look forward to. Translation: YOLO, don’t take care of yourself, just hurry up and die so you can go to our imaginary dreamworld in the sky.

Thy Unveiling

  • ‘ain’t about making a buck’: Gee, could’ve fooled me.
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Bizaar

Couldn’t find the liner notes online. If you have access to them, please comment with them copied and pasted in full. Thanks. 🙂


Take Me Away

  •  ‘And only time will tell if our stories are true’: No, logic and facts show them to be false. And stupid.
  • ‘You’ll never hear us rap about the typical bullshit’: Murder and misogyny is pretty typical, actually.
  • Quasi-mysticism.
  • Pseudo-Christianity.

Fearless

  • Homophobia/Transphobia:’I’ll pick up a hooker with a deep voice, “Hi, my name is Jenny, Nah, no I wouldn’t”‘

Rainbows and Stuff

  • Misogyny.

Whut?

  • Anti-intellectualism.
  • Misogyny.

Still Stabbin’

  • Misogyny.
  • Homophobia: ‘started stabbing lesbians, there was millions of them there’.
  • Insults infinitely more talented artists Sarah McLachlan and Slipknot.

Tilt-A-Whirl: helly, eccentrical.

We Gives No Fuck

  • Pseudo-Christianity.
  • Misogyny.
  • Although this is meant to be an insulting impersonation of rich people, it actually pretty accurately describes the mentality of ICP themselves, and the phrase “We gives no fuck” is really the central juggalo philosophy.

Please Don’t Hate Me

  • Another “yo momma” bit.
  • Tacitly admits that juggalos are backstabbers.
  • Use the word “nigga” even though they’re white.

Behind the Paint: to (too).

  • Anti-intellectualism.
  • Misogyny.
  • Ironically accurate: ‘behind the paint will be the shell of a used up man / the shell of a used up man’

My Homie Baby Mama: helly, neden.

  • Misogyny.

The Pendulum’s Promise

  • Insulting reference to the developmentally disabled again: ‘Musta smoked himself into a retard’.
  • Pseudo-Christianity.
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Bizzar

Couldn’t find the liner notes online. If you have access to them, please comment with them copied and pasted in full. Thanks. 🙂


Bizzar

  • Anti-intellectualism.
  • Homophobia.

Cherry Pie (I Need a Freak)

  • Misogyny.
  • Perpetuates harmful stereotypes of mental illness.

Questions

  • Quasi-mysticism.
  • Pseudo-Christianity.

Mr. Happy: dinks, Zanoffs, chuckel.

Radio Stars

  • ‘we’ll do whatever it takes to get some airplay’: Ironic, considering the debacle that was “The Mighty Day of Lienda“.
  • At least they admit they’re dimwitted idiots, though they certainly are not wicked in any appealing sense of the word.

My Axe

  • Another dig toward the Confederate flag. (Take note, Southern-fried juggalos!)
  • Another stupid “yo momma” joke.
  • Pseudo-Christianity: ‘me and my axe will bring the devil to his knees’

Let a Killa: neden.

  • Misogyny.
  • Insulting to the developmentally disabled: ‘like a happy ass retard’.
  • Puts down the infinitely more intelligent and successful Sharon Osbourne.
  • Homophobia: ‘with a faggot ass name like Jean’.

Juggalo Paradise: loonypath.

  • Perpetuates harmful stereotypes of mental illness.
  • Ninja are Japanese, not Chinese.

Crystal Ball

  • Quasi-mysticism.
  • Pseudo-Christianity.
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The Amazing Jeckel Brothers

Liner notes: More Christian concepts and intellectually bankrupt mysticism: sin, salvation, souls, spirits, hell, Shangri-La.


Jake Jeckel

  • More stupid quasi-mysticism and pseudo-Christianity.

I Want My Shit

  • Can’t be born in 1775 if you were conceived on a Ouija board. It was first produced in 1890.
  •  ‘When I was 14, I tripped on the train track’: There were no train tracks in 1789. The first patent for a locomotive was issued in 1821.
  • Stonings and burnings had ended in the West well before the end of the 18th century. (Unless one counts Barbara Zdunk, that is.)
  • At least they acknowledge how full of shit they are.

Bitches

  • Misogyny.

Terrible

  • More stupid “yo momma” stuff.
  • Puts down infinitely more talented artist Kurt Cobain.
  • More stuff that contradicts the fact that they signed Boondox.

I Stab People

  • Perpetuates harmful stereotypes of mental illness.

Another Love Song

  • Misogyny.
  • Anti-intellectualism.

Everybody Rize

  • Puts down infinitely more talented artist Gene Simmons.
  • Accuses KISS of stealing from them when the reverse is more likely.
  • ‘Fuck money, I was raised up without shit / That’s how I’ll die, that’s how I like it’: Bullshit. ICP makes about 10 mil per year and has the most massive, ridiculous, unnecessary line of merchandise of any franchise known to man. Psychopathic Records = Pure greedy commercialism.
  •  ‘”I’m just a FAGOT!” (Korn) “FAGOT!” Yeah, / They call you that ‘cuz you act like a bitch’: Misogyny and homophobia. Puts down infinitely more talented artist Jonathan Davis.
  • Puts down mainstream festivals. ICP played Woodstock ’99. Can’t get much more mainstream than that.

Jack Jeckel

  • Even more stupid quasi-mysticism and pseudo-Christianity.

Fuck the World

  • Ever wonder why this phrase is so popular with juggalos? Wonder no more. A suitably idiotic paean to not really caring about anything.

The Shaggy Show: calliphilestrian, Soloquium.

  • Perpetuates harmful stereotypes of mental illness.
  • ‘I’m all about the money and ridin in cars with suspension’: ICP preaches against greed yet left this line in their song.

Assassins

  • Misogyny.
  • Perpetuates harmful stereotypes of mental illness.

Echo Side

  • Pseudo-Christianity.

Nothing’s Left

  • Pseudo-Christianity.
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The Great Milenko

Translation of liner notes: Blah blah blah nonsensical preachy superstitious rambling blahdee blah. Also, they look down on jealousy but are obviously jealous of the rich, and shit on lust but regard women only as whores or victims. And for those of you who will say that everything they’ve said is excused by it being a representation of things they are actually against, I call bullshit. That’s just their cowardly loophole. Plus, even if their misogyny was only meant to be ironic, ironic misogyny is still misogyny.


The Great Milenko

  • Quasi-Mysticism. Written by people who obviously know nothing about occultism or Buddhism (the source of the Shangri-La concept) and who are just trying to cash in on a shallow facade of them.

Hokus Pokus: haugh (house), psycho-skitso (schizo).

  • Misogyny.

Piggy Pie

  • Pseudo-Christianity: punishing the devil.

How Many Times?

  • Anti-intellectualism.

Southwest Voodoo: haugh (house), coompata, sac (sack).

Halls of Illusions: to (too).

  • Pseudo-Christianity.

What is a Juggalo?: juggalugga, locoroni.

  • Misogyny.
  • Yet another bad “yo momma” joke.

The Neden Game: skitsofrantic (schizophrenic), neden (pussy).

  • Perpetuates harmful stereotypes of mental illness.
  • Even more bad “yo momma” jokes.
  • Misogyny.
  • Pedophilia.
  • Implied rape.

Down With the Clown

  • ‘Or what if I sold out like a bitch?’: The reality is Violent J is a total sell-out. His music just sucks and he’s a greedy control freak so he couldn’t deal with major labels for long.
  • ‘I just put it on tape with a fat beat / And make a quick buck, I’m like fuck’: Admitting it’s about money.
  • More stupid “yo momma” stuff.

Just Like That

  • Misogyny.

Pass Me By

  • Pseudo-Christianity.
  • Misogyny.
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Riddle Box

More stupid, hypocritical, pseudo-Christian liner notes. It’s all here, folks: belief in demons and souls, a childish afterlife concept, postmortem judgment by a supernatural force, God, heaven, hell… ugh. Vomit.


Riddle Box: there (their).

  • Pseudo-Christianity.

The Show Must Go On: haugh (house), skitso (schizo), mijisto, juggalugalocolicky, sac (sack), doon (dune?), threw (through).

  • Misogyny.
  • Glorifies gangbanging.

Toy Box: pickadery.

  • Perpetuates harmful stereotypes of mental illness.

Cemetery Girl

  • Perpetuates harmful stereotypes of mental illness.
  • Misogyny.

3 Rings: sac (sack).

The Joker’s Wild: finna, nutsacs (nutsacks).

  • Another bad “yo momma” joke. Ugh.
  • Pseudo-Christianity.
  • Homophobia.

Dead Body Man

  • Misogyny.

Lil’ Somthin’ Somthin’: neden (pussy).

  • Yet another misspelled title. :/
  • Misogyny.
  • Statutory rape.

I’m Coming Home: dunkets (ducats), passed (past).

  • Yet another “yo momma” joke.
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