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Album: Bizaar Stickered
# Song Title   Time
1)    Intro (Insane Clown Posse/Bizaar-Explicit) Album Version (Explicit) More Info... 2:08
2)    Take Me Away Album Version (Explicit) More Info... 4:40
3)    Fearless Album Version (Explicit) More Info... 4:14
4)    Rainbows & Stuff Album Version (Explicit) More Info... 4:11
5)    Whut Album Version (Explicit) More Info... 4:55
6)    Still Stabbin' Album Version (Explicit) More Info... 4:03
7)    Tilt-A-Whirl Album Version (Explicit) More Info... 3:57
8)    We Gives No F**k Album Version (Explicit) More Info... 3:39
9)    Please Don't Hate Me Album Version (Explicit) More Info... 4:18
10)    Behind The Paint Album Version (Explicit) More Info... 4:33
11)    My Homie Baby Mama Album Version (Explicit) More Info... 4:09
12)    The Pendulum's Promise Album Version (Explicit) More Info... 21:25
 

Album: Bizaar Stickered
# Song Title   Time
1)    Intro (Insane Clown Posse/Bizaar-Explicit) Album Version (Explicit) More Info... 2:08
2)    Take Me Away Album Version (Explicit) More Info... 4:40
3)    Fearless Album Version (Explicit) More Info... 4:14
4)    Rainbows & Stuff Album Version (Explicit) More Info... 4:11
5)    Whut Album Version (Explicit) More Info... 4:55
6)    Still Stabbin' Album Version (Explicit) More Info... 4:03
7)    Tilt-A-Whirl Album Version (Explicit) More Info... 3:57
8)    We Gives No F**k Album Version (Explicit) More Info... 3:39
9)    Please Don't Hate Me Album Version (Explicit) More Info... 4:18
10)    Behind The Paint Album Version (Explicit) More Info... 4:33
11)    My Homie Baby Mama Album Version (Explicit) More Info... 4:09
12)    The Pendulum's Promise Album Version (Explicit) More Info... 21:25
 
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Tracks

1. Intro

2. Take Me Away

3. Fearless

4. Rainbows And Stuff

5. Whut

6. Still Stabbin'

7. Tilt A Whirl

8. We Gives No F**K

9. Please Don't Hate Me

10. Behind The Paint

11. My Homie Baby Momma

12. The Pendulums Promise

Performer Notes
  • 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); Rude Boy , Deb Agnolli, Joseph Utsler, Vampiro, Twizid, Twiztid, Violent J (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.
  • Illustrator: R. Jesse Deneax.
  • 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..."
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