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Top 10 psychopathic albums ever!
May 14, 2021
11:40 am
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Hey y’all, how’s it going? I have been trying to compile a list of the top 10 Psychopathic albums ever created. I made my own list and reached out on various social media platforms trying to get other juggalos top 10 lists. I have currently taken 50 different lists and have tallied them. After I have over a 100 my homie and I plan to make a video discussing what we think the top 10 are and the results of what albums popped up most. Thanks for helping me out on this. I’m curious to what y’all’s picks are. Thanks & MCL

May 14, 2021
5:11 pm
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Riddlebox

Milenko

Forgotten freshness 1 & 2

Meh

May 16, 2021
7:34 am
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ICP – Amazing Jeckel Brothers

ICP – Great Milenko

ICP – Riddlebox

ICP – Bizzar

ICP – Bizaar

ICP – The Mighty Death Pop

ICP- Ringmaster

ICP – C.O.C.

Twiztid - Mostasteless reissue

Twiztid Freek Show

May 16, 2021
7:38 am
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Double post my bad vomit

August 26, 2021
11:53 am
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Here's a list I just whipped up of my personal favorites:

10) Blaze ya Dead Homie: Colton Grundy, The Undying

9) ICP: Mighty Death Pop

8) Twiztid: W.I.C.K.E.D.

7) Boondox: Abbadon

6) Dark Lotus: The Opaque Brotherhood

5) Twiztid: The Greenbook

4) I.C.P: Amazing Jeckel Brothers

3) Twiztid: Freekshow

2) I.C.P: Furious Fred Fury

1) Honestly, tied between Ring Master, Riddle Box, and Hell's Pit (can't decide)

 

I really just whipped this list up on the fly.  These are just the albums I've always listened to the most.

August 26, 2021
12:23 pm
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I'll make a list of 10 just off the top of my head that I may read tomorrow and want to make changes but I'll leave it as is.  This isn't necessarily in order

ICP - Riddle Box

ICP - Great Milenko

ICP- AJB

Dark Lotus - Tales From The Lotus Pod (Marz version)

Violent J - Wizard Of The Hood

ICP - Hell's Pit

Zug Izland - Cracked Tiles

ICP - Bizaar

ICP - Bizzar 

Twiztid - Mostasteless 

 

I liked most of Twiztid's Psychopathic albums but I think ICP's albums as a full body of work tend to be better and more cohesive/consistent. I honestly never listened much to Boondox and some others that have come and gone from Psychopathic. 

August 26, 2021
12:31 pm
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first 7 joker's cards(Counting hells pit, of course). freek show, green book, mutant.

 

put them in any order you want. I don't give a shit.

August 26, 2021
1:41 pm
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Milenko

Jeckel Brothers

Riddlebox

Bizaar/Bizzzar

the harvest

9 pistolas

the opaque brotherhood

the phantom

wizard of the hood

#SANGPUR

August 26, 2021
2:46 pm
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the_patriot_smack said
Milenko

Jeckel Brothers

Riddlebox

Bizaar/Bizzzar

the harvest

9 pistolas

the opaque brotherhood

the phantom

wizard of the hood  

Glad to see you list Opaque Brotherhood as well, one of their best collaboration albums in my opinion.  The album just worked so well together.  Really painted a picture through out.

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August 26, 2021
3:11 pm
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Ringmaster 

Beverly Kills 

Jeckel Bros 

Tales Red OG 

Mostasteless OG

Outer Space Part 1

& 2

SV Hit List 

Ff1 

The Only Solution 

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

August 26, 2021
11:37 pm
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1. Wizard of the Hood 

2. The Mighty Death Pop

3. Riddle Box

4. The Great Milenko 

5. Bang Pow Boom 

6. The Opaque Brotherhood

7. The Mud, Water, Air, and Blood

8. The Wraith: Hell's Pit

9. The Wraith: Shangri-La

10. Amazing Jeckel Brothers 

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August 26, 2021
11:50 pm
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1. Green Book

2. Pony Down

3. Colton Grundy

4. Eye of the Storm

5. Hatchet Warrior

6. Amazing Jeckel Brothers

7. Wizard of the Hood

8. Freek Show

9. F.T.F.O

10.  Slaughter

 

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August 27, 2021
1:49 am
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Milky Vulva, I feel we've had our differences before. But for real? Eye of the Storm? I mean, taste is subjective and all but truly I would never guess anyone would even consider putting that on any top 10 list, let alone remember it. Do you, though 

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August 27, 2021
1:58 am
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Neverthrive said

But for real? Eye of the Storm?

You may not remember but that album sold out so quick PSY decided to do an official re-release a year or so after it came out, where it got put into way more stores nationwide. That 2nd pressing is sold the fuck out everywhere now too.

It bangs front to back, only track that's kinda weak is Little Yellow Bus.

 

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August 27, 2021
2:28 am
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I'd argue that that could be a case of short supply rather than high demand, but fair enough. I definitely don't think it's without its merits, and... I mean it's better than the Calm, for sure. The Tempest is a bit of a black sheep in ICP's catalog (one which I have grown fonder of over the years), and EOTS is probably the most obscure release from that era. My observation, if you will, is that its a curious choice to rank it higher than almost all of their other albums. Or anyone's albums released through Psy. 

 

You're right, though, FTFO deserves more recognition. I'd probably rank that above Shangri-La, thinking about it 

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August 27, 2021
9:33 am
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Neverthrive said

Milky Vulva, I feel we've had our differences before. But for real? Eye of the Storm? I mean, taste is subjective and all but truly I would never guess anyone would even consider putting that on any top 10 list, let alone remember it. Do you, though   

It's not in my top 10, but, I can see why it'd be in someone else's. It definitely has its own distinct vibe and sound that's pretty unique to this EP, so there's bound to be some people that it really clicked with. I think each track is a banger in its own way for sure. 

August 27, 2021
10:05 am
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So because a limitedly pressed album sold out it's great?

August 27, 2021
11:49 am
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FTFO is about a perfect album. Never loses replay value... is crisp and clean... beats are varied and unique yet still cohesive to one overall vibe.. lots of different, interesting topics... Shaggy himself is at the top of his game (possibly even more so on FTFOMF, but this one still reigns over that very good album, IMO)... Just a wonderful Psychopathic Records album.

Matte of fact, I could easily put it in the impossible "Top 10". "Top 5" is more difficult, but I could sleep at night with FTFO in the "Top 10".

August 27, 2021
12:36 pm
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Yeah, I feel you. I'm feeling pretty confident in my top 5 I listed, but beyond that, it could probably change moment to moment. 

Abominations could probably crash the top 10

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August 27, 2021
1:58 pm
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FTFO came out during a time I wasn't listening to any ICP/Psychopathic music and I feel like I never gave it its due. I need to go back and re-listen. I was obsessed with ICP from about 98-05 and then just kind of faded off and got into other things. I came back around I think in like 2014 or 2015 though. 

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