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what were you bumpin before ICP?
May 11, 2019
4:55 am
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So we all have stories about How we became Juggalos and what our First Jokers Card was and all that... but, let's go back... "how far you want to back?" Way Back!

for real, what were you ninjas bumpin' before you discovered the dark carnival?

so before The Great Milenko... my whole life was

N.W.A. - Niggaz4Life

Eazy-E - It's on (dr. dre) 187um Killa

Eazy-E - Eazy Duz It

Ice Cube - Death Certificate

Ice Cube - kill at will

Ice Cube - AmeriKKKa's Most Wanted

Bone - Creepin on ah Come Up

Bone - E. 1999 Eternal

D.J. Quik & M.C. Eiht (enough said)

Bloods & Crips - bangin on wax / bangin on wax part 2 the saga continues ( and even Tweedy Bird Loc )

King Tee, Toddy Tee, Mix Master Spade,

Ice-T (being a juggalo it's so great to have seen Ice-T get down with the clown, pure hip hop love)

Brotha Lynch Hung... i bought the first issue of Season of Da Siccness... and goddamn it's still a hip hop classic masterpiece

obviously, Wu-Tang and Gravediggaz

M.C. Ren, ren's music has always been too hardcore for the average person to understand...

Spice 1....

now the main thing i wanna stress is JAYO FELONY! ... Bullet Loco! still one of my favorite rappers...

now when I discovered ICP, i was that Dude that Legz was talkin about in the Shockumentary "when they discover ICP they stop listening to other music", dude, that's True! i was all about Psychopathic during that Jeckel brothers era, psychopathic or Fuck you!

May 11, 2019
5:02 am
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i mean i'm forgetting about so many records... ABOVE THE LAW, b.g. knocc out & dresta, South Central Cartel... so much shit... Public Enemy, Run D.M.C., and i still have alll of that old shit and i still Love it... I had Three 6's "mystic stylez" way back in the day, I Love that album.

May 11, 2019
5:11 am
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you remember this?

May 11, 2019
5:32 am
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1991 / 92 - I was all about Naughty By Nature! (had both of their first albums on cassette tape)

dude I still Love Naughty by Nature, I could talk about this shit all day. I love old school hip hop.

 

93 - that's when I got NWA's album Niggaz4Life on cd, and then I started buying the whole NWA / ruthless catalog including Ice Cube and his stuff... (Priority Records the distribution label) and Eazy's album it's on (dr dre) 187um Killa,which came out that year! I bought this album the year it came out! fhe same way Juggalos Love Psychopathic Records, that's the way I felt about Ruthless. I remember living in Maryland at the time and going into a Music store called Camelot Music and I bought these albums... good memories

94 - South Central Cartel 'N Gatz We Truss...  those albums changed my life forever

May 11, 2019
6:22 am
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Got into ICP around 2003 via some songa my brother had downloaded on the computer.

 

Before that I listened to like... Pop punk radio hits. I was in like 5th or 6th grade. ICP introduced me to rap.

May 11, 2019
6:42 am
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There’s never been a time I haven’t heard of ICP. 

Beastie Boys maybe, before I started bumping ICP a lot. 

"Your girl fucked me 'cause you cummin' quicker than FedEx Air"- Sean Law

May 11, 2019
7:44 am
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man 96!, 97! it was all about NO LIMIT!, this was and still is my jam!

 

this ain't no death row bitch this just a def flow!

Rest In Peace to Tre-8... Legend!

May 11, 2019
7:57 am
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Pigg said ICP introduced me to rap.  

ICP and Beastie Boys are the first rap I listened to... from birth. Aside from that it was some metal shit. Like Bodies Hit The Floor or sumn. 

Now, as much as I say Esham is a fucking legend... woulda never heard of him without ICP. 

"Your girl fucked me 'cause you cummin' quicker than FedEx Air"- Sean Law

May 11, 2019
8:44 am
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Oh shit this brings back some memories. 20-25 years ago. (Im 38 now)

My first casettes i ever bought with my own money were Guns and Roses Appetite for Destruction and Paula Abdul Forever Your Girl. Dont judge me, she was sexy as hell on MTV. After that was Fat Boys and Run DMC bootleg from a flea market.

Mom and dad were big on 60's-70's

I moved quite a few times so i experienced a lot of different music. I hung out with older kids a lot so i listened to whatever they wanted to. Country, rap, metal, you name it. Dont remember how i got into the 80's but thats another big one i like. A slew of heart felt music. Shit with feeling gets me.

MTV, Yo MTV Raps, and Napster were in their prime so anything with a good beat got downloaded. I stole a lot of singles, rarely ever bought a disk. License to Ill and Hello Nasty were bought, Fashion Nugget by Cake, One Fierce Beer Coaster and Hooray for Boobies were great, Beck Mellow Gold were worth buying. 

My whole hard drive looked like an autistic kid got ahold of it. 

So yeah i listened to everything.

At about 16 I was introduced to Beverly Kills, but didnt pay attention to it. I was hound dogging the dudes sister and didnt care what was on the radio. A few years later it was Fat Sweaty Betty that suckered me into ICP. $50 Bucks was another. Funny, off the wall shit grabbed my attention.

Mr spange, how old are you?

Yeah bitches, im that short gentleman mentioned in that youtube video.

And the very nice, level headed guy from that other youtube video.

May 11, 2019
8:50 am
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Hardcore. Still am.

YouTube Video El-P - EMG 

YouTube Video Atari Teenage Riot - Destroy 2000 years of culture

YouTube Video Consolidated- Butyric Acid 

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May 11, 2019
10:47 am
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We grew up in an eclectic world. Lived in a hunting shack for my first 7 years. During that time I listened to what was being played around me first....

My dad liked country and classic rock... so The Eagles, Garth Brooks, Allman Brothers, etc

My mom was and is a bit more adventurous... she was asking to borrow my half brother's tapes so that she could put em on a Memorex. You wanna talk eclectic? One tape had Mary J Blige, Guns N Rose's, Eazy E and Onyx on it, mixed with more country and rock and hip hop and R&B. She also played Kenny G. Just everything.

Two black kids spent so much time at our shack and then our actual built home that one practically lived there. There was some influence of music from the city where we went to school with them. More rap.

My half brother must've had EVERY rap cassette tape in history at some point. Beastie Boys, LL Cool J, Kurious, Kool Mo Dee, even Deion Sander's album lol.  He also introduced us to Pantera and Biohazard. And dude loved House of Pain.

So what did I seek out on my own? Besides lots of the aforementioned... I listened to the radio as kids are wont to do. So I eventually purchased tapes by Alanis Morisette, The Grateful Dead, Blues Traveller, and then Portishead, Eazy E and Ghostfsce Killah. I was very big on Aerosmith, as well. I had a blast trying to dub songs off of the radio live. You kids wouldn't know about dat hahahah

Rage Against the Machine was the first band to speak to me and completely blow my mind. They were the catalyst.

Then, these older cats started an amazing metal band in upstate NY called Shovelbarn. And for a priceless few years, upstate NY had a stellar bunch of unique metal bands. There was a culture thing happening. Eventually it burned out, as bands dissembled and people lived their lives. But it was a very important part of our growing up. It was teenagers just experiencing something unique and we owned it. Bands like 5th Man Out and Gunstrip... punk groups like Fink Squad. Just a wild time. People getting destroyed on dextromethorphan, weed and acid. I barely drank back then. Just wanted to get higher and higher and wall around downtown at night.

At some point around all of this I was introduced to ICP by way of a song called "Joker's Wild" and I haven't been right since lol

May 11, 2019
11:58 am
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MEGADETH ALL DAY

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Whoop Whoop, kukluxklown :

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May 11, 2019
12:10 pm
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The shit grainy sounds of a generic boombox dubbing a generic tv and or radio. Always missing the first note or two and praying the announcer doesnt talk over the last notes. Good times.

Just like the Pied Piper
Led rats through the streets
We dance like marionettes
Swaying to the symphony
Of destruction

Good stuff man.

Whoop Whoop, Drunkalo :

kukluxklown

Yeah bitches, im that short gentleman mentioned in that youtube video.

And the very nice, level headed guy from that other youtube video.

May 11, 2019
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new kids on the block were my shizz when I was little

then it was

van halen

wu-tang

onyx

2pac

biggie

spice 1

cypress hill

westside connection

krs-1

mobb deep

nas

ODB

but around 98-99 I got into ICP heavy and it's been pretty much the wicked shit ever since

Whoop Whoop, the_patriot_smack :

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THE ALMIGHTY SMACK

May 11, 2019
2:10 pm
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I was listening to Korn & Limp Bizkit around that time :/

Whoop Whoop, The Warlock :

Drunkalo

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May 11, 2019
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May 12, 2019
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Greatness. 
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May 12, 2019
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Oh god.... My dad had a country/blues/r&b/rock/Czechoslovakian polka band (the polka was always a joke until he played the one song he learned to make it NOT a joke XD)... and I was his roadie from about 7 years old on, so i had a lot of skynnard, garth brooks, sabbath, steve miller, bob marley, b.b. King, gloria estefan, jethro tull, etc. from him. Then on my own i found a rock station and got into metallica, pantera, slayer, chili peppers, etc... THEN my ghetto neighborhood mexican kids got me into tejano and rap, and i started listening to all kinds of mexican music, as well as gypsy kings, and rap like bone thugs, 3-6 mafia (that mystic stylez blew my mind), pac, biggie, wutang, cypress hill, etc... THEN i found out about ICP when a babysitter let me hit his 4 foot bong and played riddle box - chicken huntin for me, and life changed! Around the same time i found ICP i also became a stage hand/roadie for the local arenas, convention centers, and stadiums so i got exposed to a ton of stuff i wouldnt have thought to try, like yanni!, and i just cant stop finding new music.... but for about a good 4-5 years it was juggalo shit or bust, only PSY/KMK/TECH/Etc...

At this point i still listen to ALL kinds of music, hell i even like lady gaga LOL

Whoop Whoop, bozodklown :

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May 12, 2019
11:31 pm
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I also grew up listening to:

Old school country (Marty Robbins)

K-LOVE (Christian Pop)

The Kings Singers

Various Classical Music

Broadway and Show Tunes

Conservative talk radio (Rush Limbaugh, Michael Savage, etc...)

May 13, 2019
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Pigg said
I also grew up listening to:

Old school country (Marty Robbins)

K-LOVE (Christian Pop)

The Kings Singers

Various Classical Music

Broadway and Show Tunes

Conservative talk radio (Rush Limbaugh, Michael Savage, etc...)  

Christian Rock and Rush Limbaugh... rough stuff, homie. 

 

On a similar note, we used to play the cassettes (and VHS) of Bill Cosby stand-up and sketch comedies a lot. We could recite "Himself" by heart. And the more obscure ones as well. Of course Michael Jackson got mad play, as well. He was bigger than Jesus. 

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