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GOTJ 2021 Wish List
June 12, 2021
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Hypnotized Ninja said
I don't think any of the people genocide listed would do the gathering...but than again KRS and Vinnie Paz did the last one and I would've never expected them to.


I'm going to see Benny the Butcher in November.  

Im seeing him again in Oct. He always put on a great show

June 12, 2021
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Old Mr Dangerous said

But back to ALHS... there is just something special going on in that album. The production, the lyrics, the story, even the skits. Fats Belvedere reminds me of a few dudes I knew from NY growing up. One dude actually had the nickname "New York". I played poker with him at my brother's house once. Years later I re-met him in jail. Turns out he had stolen my brother's Playstation games (unfortunately I was accused of it... that hurt), but I didn't know until much later. New York, he gave me a bunch of Ramen packs in front of everyone. My other brother told me that wasn't exactly a good thing.. more like he was making a show for me to do him a favor at a later date. But I was out of jail pretty quick and never had to reap the consequences of someone "just being friendly".

Also, when that dude raps "plus the bitch fart in her sleep" made me laugh out loud the first few times.

That album fucking sounds like New York City. It sounds like any city in the summer. Just fantastic.  

Mad respect for this. Never known anyone appreciate that album or subject matter, the same as I do. 

This album transcends borders and nations. It speaks to anyone who came up in a city around those city people. 

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June 12, 2021
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Also They need to get Freddie Gibbs this year

June 12, 2021
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genocide_cutter said
Also They need to get Freddie Gibbs this year

If they get Danny Brown on board too, they could perform "High", live. That would be unreal.

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June 17, 2021
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City morgue 


Fat nick 






Dayton Family 

Bizzar/bizaar set 


Rydas j/shaggy/esham/myzery 

Brotha Lynch 

Lil wyte 


Vinnie paz 

La Coka Nostra 

Ill bill 


Reef the Lost cauze 

Riff raff 

Lil b 

Slim thug 

Skitz kraven  

Limp bizkit 

The transplants 

Free Will 


Sir mix a lot 


Master p  


Denzel curry 

Paul Wall 

Bun B 

Three 6 Mafia 

Project Pat 

Seed of 6ix 

Bone Thugs 


Mick foley stand up 

Rvd stand up 

Theo von stand up 

Steve O 

Jake the snake stand up 

Casanova valentine jcw 

G raver jcw 

Shlak jcw 

Nick gage jcw 

June 17, 2021
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Manu Miltary


Les Anticipateurs



Celine Dion


June 21, 2021
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June 21, 2021
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Tomorrow tickets go on sale, so hopefully we get the full list of who is supposed to attend. 

We all have a like/hate relationship with Limp Bizkit (well, mostly just Furious Fred Dursty), but I admit they would be a fantastic addition to close out the first or second night. Pure guilty pleasure band that actually had some great tracks on their first couple disc's. 

I found that no matter how much we love hip hop, horrorcore, etc.. it can get pretty bland pretty quickly at these long festivals, hearing people rap over beats nonstop. Even the most talented rappers can just become white noise at concerts... so to have some live instruments with metal artists and such, always kicks things into high gear. It is a strange effect: too much hip hop can make even the blander GOTJ metal bands like Dope sound super aurally refreshing. Variety is good, is what I'm saying. That's why I want Mayday and Rehab there, to start. Live instruments, man. 

All this being said, I'm still content with it being 3 days instead of 4 or 5. Less is more, IMO.

Hoping I can go but that is right about the time I am relocating back east to start my new job so who knows.

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