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But the guy who earns my first one is Sam, a 44-year-old security guard from Newark, Ohio, who tells us about how a huge line of people showed up Tuesday, the day before any official admission, and the Gathering personnel just let them in to start unpacking their campsite. All weekend, people wear cardboard signs that read things like “LSD ,” or “SHROOMS (THE LEGIT STUFF) ,” out in the open.The Insane Clown Posse had a cult following around their hometown of Detroit in the mid-'90s, eventually winning a major-label contract with Jive.So, everything should have worked out -- ICP had a commercial album that would have brought them a big audience, if the marketplace could overlook the fact that the duo was dressed like evil clowns. On the day of the release of The Great Milenko, Hollywood pulled the album from the market, claiming that they were unaware of the offensive content of the record.That seems a little unlikely, since a company wouldn't really sink a million dollars into a project being "unaware" of what it was about.Hollywood spent a million dollars on the recording of ICP's label debut, The Great Milenko, which let the group work with name producers and guest artists like Slash.
The sentiments in “No Type (4 Life)” are significantly more positive then “Anus” however, despite J’s aside about “[liking] my Magnums tight.” As they do on many contemporary ICP songs, the group stays focused on the importance of family, discounting detractors, and having a positive time at an ICP show: “Everyone unites/No one ever fights” takes the place of Jxmmi’s original “Push-start the whip/Brought it straight to life.” Listen and watch the video, which features ICP rapping in the streets or on skyscrapers in various major American cities, below.
Psychopathic Records is ICP’s DIY operation after parting ways with the majors who infamously allowed their parent company Disney to interfere with the vulgar 1997 breakthrough .
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” After he answers in the affirmative, she mutters, “I’ve got psychos in my family.” There are levels to that statement; “family” is one of the key words of this weekend, chanted almost as often as the trademark “Whoop whoop!
” greeting (one of the first vehicles we walk past is a pickup truck with the license plate number WHOOPX2) and “psychos” could mean brothers in arms.