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Twiztid "mystery era" in Woosta review
March 29, 2019
11:21 pm
Cat Burgerler
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Doing this while it's still fresh in my drunken memories 

 

Drove to my hotel and got there by about 640.  Noticed in Problemattiks Facebook post that the show started at 7.  I however had to get my pregame on so I drank some vodka and smoked a joint first

 

I show up around 720 and catch the very last song of the first acts set.  Somebody named Travesty.  I'll give them an incomplete.

 

Next up:  Problemattik 

 

Great energy for a "local" rapper, mostly songs I recognize from his past performances (i.e. tech n9ne in November and shaggy in January).  He is a juggalo himself so that's why I follow him, his music is dope too.  A good lyricist.  Not sure if it was his most energetic performance out of the 5 or so times I've seen him but he still gets a B.  Had the crowd involved and dope set list.

 

Then comes a group called Burg Family?  Never heard of them.but it's 2 dudes. One with a lot of tattoos and black Urkel glasses and the other some dude with no tats.  They had some dope beats and had 2 special guest rappers who were also dope.  One was Jimi Carter from Outland Camp.  Also Burg Familys DJ was the DJ from OLC.  They get a B+ because of their set plus the dj was playing juggalo anthems during the intermission 

 

Next groups, who according to Problemattiks lineup post apparently is called The Rival which is 3 rappers and it started off well with their first song but immediately into the 2nd song one of the rappers forgets his words or fucks up seriously and mumbles the whole thing and from then it was over and the next 15 minutes were full of boo's and middle fingers from juggalos. They kept doing mainstream sounding shit about money and never acknowledged juggalos.  I felt bad for them but still am giving them an F.

I had to go get a lot more alcohol in between sets btw.

Necro's "gory days" album is now playing over the loud speaker 

 

Before twiztid is Insane E who seems like a nice guy but boy does his music suck.  Edm sounding beats with rap drums and a fat bald guy not rhyming properly.  He didn't lose the crowd until the end and got the "nananana hey hey goodbye" chant to end his set.  D-  

 

After these last 2 acts Twiztid better make up for this is what I sat there thinking.  They come on around 950 after a 20+ minute delay in between the final sets and the place is so crowded I was thankful I'm not claustrophobic. Zero arm space between juggalos.  Twiztid come on and start with the opening song to Mutant and then break into some Green Book and mix in some Mans Myth and Indepents day.  Songs I can remember are Serial Killa, So High  Are You Ready, Wondering Why and White Trash and Tattoos.

 

Twiztid only was on for about 50 minutes but killed it. Just wish they went longer and didnt stick us with wackass Insane E.  You have all these acts on MNE and this is who you bring on tour with you???

 

Anyways a good night but not as good as some other shows I've been to.  I've previously seen twiztid at Upstate Concert Hall twice and Laconia once...this was my first twiztid Woosta show.

 

Merch booth was aight  Got a pumpkin and skull t shirt that looks fresh.

March 29, 2019
11:32 pm
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I have a conspiracy theory that Twiztid like to bring out mediocre acts to tour with them so their dope peformance stands out that much more.. as oppose to just competing with similarly talented performers..

 

if that problematik dude is the same one they just played on demo jams tho i gotta say that dude can be problem.. i was def hoping my entry didnt have to compete against him..

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March 30, 2019
12:34 am
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Twiztid(and any other artist) use local openers or unknown openers for shows like these because they don’t have to pay them. 9 Times out of 10 these openers are paying to play these shows or they have to sell a certain number of tickets to get a slot. Insane E is a friend of theres so they are just hooking him up. If they brought MNE artists they would have to pay them. 

March 30, 2019
4:37 am
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I'm debating if I should see them tonight in Easton

March 30, 2019
2:24 pm
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GanjaGoblin said

I'm debating if I should see them tonight in Easton  

 

Go, itll be fun

March 30, 2019
3:24 pm
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GanjaGoblin said

I'm debating if I should see them tonight in Easton  

If my prediction is right, tonight's show will be W.I.C.K.E.D./H&H/Abominationz, meaning tomorrow's show in Pittsburgh I'm hitting up will be anything post-Psychopathic. A New Nightmare, Get Twiztid, The Darkness, Continuous Evilution, maybe Generation Nightmare. I don't mind that because I like the current era, but I would kill to hear the last 3 Psy albums. So many good memories tied to them.

March 30, 2019
5:22 pm
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I'm glad I got to see them Thursday which was Mostasteless, Freakshow and Mirror Mirror. Was a tiny ass place that didn't even hold 250 people lol and sold out fast. I agree we had way too many openers (8 in total) and Insane E didn't get much of a response in Buffalo either. The local openers probably got more love than him.

March 30, 2019
9:20 pm
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chops said
Twiztid(and any other artist) use local openers or unknown openers for shows like these because they don’t have to pay them. 9 Times out of 10 these openers are paying to play these shows or they have to sell a certain number of tickets to get a slot. Insane E is a friend of theres so they are just hooking him up. If they brought MNE artists they would have to pay them.   

 

Thanks for the breakdown.  It boils down to twiztid are cheap and figure if they sell out it won't matter since they already got our money lol. And why shaggy brought out Tre Pound on his tour 

 

In 2017 I saw twiztid Gmo and gorilla Voltage.  Plus others.  That lineup was amazing.

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