History Music / InsaneClownPosse

11th Apr '16 2:25:09 PM Berrenta
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* [[MeanCharacterNiceActor Mean Clown Personas, Nice Rappers]]: Violent J and Shaggy are well-known for portraying bloodthirsty MonsterClown characters, but in reality they're actually very nice to their fans and donate to and promote charities and fundraisers to help the poor(see their [[Awesome/InsaneClownPosse Awesome page]] for more details on that). They also love their moms very much and, [[MemeticMutation if certain videos are anything to go by]], absolutely adore their children. In fact, the pair came clean [[http://www.columbian.com/news/2010/jun/04/insane-clown-posse/ in a 2010]] interview that they're actually ''evangelical Christians''.[[note]] Fans had known that since the song "Thy Unveiling" on the ''The Wraith: Shangri-La'' album came out in 2002.[[/note]]
* TheMerch: ICP and Psychopathic are known for this.

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* [[MeanCharacterNiceActor Mean Clown Personas, Nice Rappers]]: MeanCharacterNiceActor: Violent J and Shaggy are well-known for portraying bloodthirsty MonsterClown characters, but in reality they're actually very nice to their fans and donate to and promote charities and fundraisers to help the poor(see their [[Awesome/InsaneClownPosse Awesome page]] for more details on that). They also love their moms very much and, [[MemeticMutation if certain videos are anything to go by]], absolutely adore their children. In fact, the pair came clean [[http://www.columbian.com/news/2010/jun/04/insane-clown-posse/ in a 2010]] interview that they're actually ''evangelical Christians''.[[note]] Fans had known that since the song "Thy Unveiling" on the ''The Wraith: Shangri-La'' album came out in 2002.[[/note]]
* TheMerch: ICP and Psychopathic are known for this.
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26th Mar '16 6:11:30 AM Nick7689
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* {{Acrofatic}}: Violent J has always been "the fat one" but he's pretty mobile on stage and is pretty quick on his feet whenever he's in a wrestling ring. As of 2016, the "fat" part is less prominenet than it used to be since he's actually [[https://monumentalevents.com/assets/uploads/monumentalevents/2016/01/411ce3c9d6c7a209e2171403faedba15_event-medium.jpg lost quite a bit of weight.]]

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* {{Acrofatic}}: Violent J has always been "the fat one" but he's pretty mobile on stage and is pretty quick on his feet whenever he's in a wrestling ring. As of 2016, the "fat" part is less prominenet prominent than it used to be since he's actually [[https://monumentalevents.com/assets/uploads/monumentalevents/2016/01/411ce3c9d6c7a209e2171403faedba15_event-medium.jpg lost quite a bit of weight.]]
26th Mar '16 6:06:19 AM Nick7689
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* {{Acrofatic}}: Violent J has always been "the fat one" but he's pretty mobile on stage and is pretty quick on his feet whenever he's in a wrestling ring. As of 2016, the "fat" part is less prominenet than it used to be since he's actually lost quite a bit of weight.

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* {{Acrofatic}}: Violent J has always been "the fat one" but he's pretty mobile on stage and is pretty quick on his feet whenever he's in a wrestling ring. As of 2016, the "fat" part is less prominenet than it used to be since he's actually [[https://monumentalevents.com/assets/uploads/monumentalevents/2016/01/411ce3c9d6c7a209e2171403faedba15_event-medium.jpg lost quite a bit of weight.]]
26th Mar '16 6:01:53 AM Nick7689
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* {{Acrofatic}}: Violent J has always been "the fat one" but he's pretty mobile on stage and is pretty quick on his feet whenever he's in a wrestling ring. As of 2016, the "fat" part is less prominenet than it used to be since he's actually lost quite a bit of weight.
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* TheArtifact: Shaggy 2 Dope got his name after his shaggy, dreadlocked hairstyle - the one he shaved off sometime around the year 2000.
20th Feb '16 3:31:18 PM Akriloth2160
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* PublicMediumIgnorance: Despite being rappers, a lot of people seem to think that ICP are a rock or metal band for some reason. A state trooper in the documentary ''A Family Underground'', who hasn't heard ICP's music, thinks that it's "{{Psychedelic|Rock}} {{Thrash|Metal}}." [[/Folder]]

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* PublicMediumIgnorance: Despite being rappers, a lot of people seem to think that ICP are a rock or metal band for some reason. A state trooper in the documentary ''A Family Underground'', who hasn't heard ICP's music, thinks that it's "{{Psychedelic|Rock}} {{Thrash|Metal}}." [[/Folder]]

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* DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything: In the music video for "Fonz Pond", Violent J wears a {{white glove|s}} on one hand, as a tribute to Music/MichaelJackson. [[/Folder]]

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* DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything: In the music video for "Fonz Pond", Violent J wears a {{white glove|s}} on one hand, as a tribute to Music/MichaelJackson. [[/Folder]]
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14th Feb '16 8:50:05 PM aye_amber
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[[caption-width-right:350:ICP[[note]]Shaggy is on the left, J is on the right[[/note]] as presenters. After this pic was taken they ran off with the award...]]

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[[caption-width-right:350:ICP[[note]]Shaggy [[caption-width-right:350: ICP [[note]]Shaggy is on the left, J is on the right[[/note]] right [[/note]] as presenters. After this pic was taken they ran off with the award...]]



->'''George Lowe''': ''Mr. 2 Dope, perhaps you'd care to read for the ladies and gentlemen of the jury the lyrics from your popular song '[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NkmQsb1YOE0 Blacken Your Eyes]]'?''\\
'''Shaggy 2 Dope''': ''Ahem... Filled your head with lead, because I want you dead. Girly girly bitch, you... [[{{Bowdlerise}} freaky]], freaky bitch.''\\

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->'''George Lowe''': ''Mr. 2 Dope, perhaps you'd care to read for the ladies and gentlemen of the jury the lyrics from your popular song '[[http://www.'[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NkmQsb1YOE0 Blacken Your Eyes]]'?''\\
'''Shaggy 2 Dope''': ''Ahem... Filled your head with lead, because I want you dead. Girly girly bitch, you... [[{{Bowdlerise}} freaky]], Freaky,]] freaky bitch.''\\



(''flashback showing them rapping a book title "Sammy the Gerbil & His Muffin Adventure" to a dead patient in a hospital'')[[note]]Not the story itself, the pages are all ripped out of the book. They're rapping the title ITSELF.[[/note]]\\

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(''flashback showing them rapping a book title "Sammy the Gerbil & His Muffin Adventure" to a dead patient in a hospital'')[[note]]Not hospital'') [[note]] Not the story itself, the pages are all ripped out of the book. They're rapping the title ITSELF. [[/note]]\\



Consisting primarily of two people, Violent J (Joseph Bruce) and Shaggy 2 Dope (Joseph Utsler), Insane Clown Posse are a HipHop group and ProfessionalWrestling tag team from UsefulNotes/{{Detroit}}, and the cofounders of the independent record label, Creator/PsychopathicRecords. Their music is generally placed in the "{{Horrorcore}}" category, and is focused heavily around CircusOfFear elements. They're also occasionally subject to FanDumb. Of course, some of their detractors [[FanHater aren't]] [[HateDumb much better]], either. Fans that are not FanDumb prefer to be called {{Juggalo}}s, but since some of their FanDumb call themselves this as well, their HateDumb tends to lump all their fans together.

ICP originally formed as a GangstaRap group called "Inner City Posse", derived from the name of a Detroit gang formed by Bruce. The music group's increasing popularity resulted in the gang becoming the target of growing violence, leading its members to abandon gang life and adopt a Music/GetoBoys-esque horror rap style. The success of a former clown painted hype man and a dream Bruce had involving a clown running around in Delray[[note]]the most depressed and blighted area of Detroit, at its southern tip; currently slated to be largely demolished to make way for a bridge to Canada[[/note]], led the group to adopt the name Insane Clown Posse.

After releasing an album, ''Carnival of Carnage'', original member John Kickjazz quit the group, and ICP became a duo. The release of the EP ''Beverly Kills 50187'' and album ''Ringmaster'' gained ICP an increasing group of dedicated followers. The larger distribution of ''Riddle Box'' and ''The Great Milenko'' increased awareness of ICP, turning the group into one of the biggest underground rap acts in the country. During this time, a feud was started between ICP and fellow Detroit rapper Music/{{Eminem}}, which has since died down.

ICP have also been the subject of a number of parodies, including a music video parody on ''Series/SaturdayNightLive''. Their albums ''The Amazing Jeckel Brothers'', ''Bang! Pow! Boom!'', and ''The Mighty Death Pop!'' have all peaked at #4 on the ''Billboard 200''.

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Consisting primarily of two people, Violent J (Joseph Bruce) and Shaggy 2 Dope (Joseph Utsler), Insane Clown Posse are a HipHop group and ProfessionalWrestling tag team from UsefulNotes/{{Detroit}}, and the cofounders co-founders of the independent record label, Creator/PsychopathicRecords. Their music is generally placed in the "{{Horrorcore}}" category, and is focused heavily around CircusOfFear elements. They're also occasionally subject to FanDumb. Of course, some of their detractors [[FanHater aren't]] [[HateDumb much better]], better,]] either. Fans that are not FanDumb prefer to be called {{Juggalo}}s, but since some of their FanDumb call themselves this as well, their HateDumb tends to lump all their fans together.

ICP originally formed as a GangstaRap group called "Inner City Posse", Posse," derived from the name of a Detroit gang formed by Bruce. The music group's increasing popularity resulted in the gang becoming the target of growing violence, leading its members to abandon gang life and adopt a Music/GetoBoys-esque horror rap style. The success of a former clown painted hype man and a dream Bruce had involving a clown running around in Delray[[note]]the Delray [[note]] the most depressed and blighted area of Detroit, at its southern tip; currently slated to be largely demolished to make way for a bridge to Canada[[/note]], UsefulNotes/{{Canada}} [[/note]], led the group to adopt the name Insane Clown Posse.

After releasing an album, ''Carnival of Carnage'', Carnage,'' original member John Kickjazz quit the group, and ICP became a duo. The release of the EP ''Beverly Kills 50187'' and album ''Ringmaster'' gained ICP an increasing group of dedicated followers. The larger distribution of ''Riddle Box'' and ''The Great Milenko'' increased awareness of ICP, turning the group into one of the biggest underground rap acts in the country. During this time, a feud was started between ICP and fellow Detroit rapper Music/{{Eminem}}, which has since died down.

ICP have also been the subject of a number of parodies, including a music video parody on ''Series/SaturdayNightLive''. ''Series/SaturdayNightLive.'' Their albums ''The Amazing Jeckel Brothers'', Brothers,'' ''Bang! Pow! Boom!'', and ''The Mighty Death Pop!'' have all peaked at #4 on the ''Billboard 200''.
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14th Feb '16 8:43:40 PM aye_amber
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* ILoveTheDead: "Cemetery Girl" and "In My Room" are examples of this. Also mentioned in "Dead Body Man".
* IWantSong: "I Want My Shit".
* ImAHumanitarian: "Dead Body Man"
* KavorkaMan: In "The Neden Game" where the duo appear on a dating show... as contestants, and "Boing Boing".

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* ILoveTheDead: "Cemetery Girl" and "In My Room" are examples of this. Also mentioned in "Dead Body Man".
Man."
* IWantSong: "I Want My Shit".
Shit."
* ImAHumanitarian: "Dead Body Man"
Man."
* KavorkaMan: In "The Neden Game" where the duo appear on a dating show... as As contestants, and "Boing Boing".Boing."



* LosingYourHead: In "Headless Boogie", Violent J jumps into a graveyeard and witnesses headless bodies dancing. He gets his own head chopped off and joins in.

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* LosingYourHead: In "Headless Boogie", Violent J jumps into a graveyeard graveyard and witnesses headless bodies dancing. He gets his own head chopped off and joins in.



* MeasuringTheMarigolds: "Miracles".
* MythologyGag: On "Hellalujah," the evil preacher, simulating speaking in tongues, chants "Lama Namaneumi." This was also the name that they gave Japanese [[GarbageWrestler hardcore wrestler]] Shoji Nakamaki on the ''[=StrangleMania=]'' tape, which was a bootleg of the [[GarbageWrestler [=IWA=] Japan King of the Death Match Tournament]] (featuring [[Wrestling/MickFoley Cactus Jack]] [who would later appear in ''Film/BigMoneyHustlas'' as "Cactus Sac," his name on ''[=StrangleMania=]''] and Wrestling/TerryFunk) that ICP added their own sarcastic commentary onto and released themselves, paving the way for Wrestling/JuggaloChampionshipWrestling. While ICP are known for their continuity, this one ''might'' just be a coincidence, given the four years in between the [=IWA=] Japan King of the Death Match Tournament and the release of ''The Amazing Jeckel Brothers.''
* NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast: Bang! Pow! Boom! The constant all-consuming living explosion.
* NeoclassicalPunkZydecoRockabilly: [=ICP=] collaborated with [[Music/TheWhiteStripes Jack White]] on an "interpretation" of a [[Creator/WolfgangAmadeusMozart Mozart]] canon. The title of said canon? ''Leck mich im Arsch'', i.e. "Lick Me in the Ass".
* NewSoundAlbum: The Dark Carnival doesn't truly enter the picture until ''Ringmaster''.

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* MeasuringTheMarigolds: "Miracles".
"Miracles."
* MythologyGag: On "Hellalujah," the evil preacher, simulating speaking in tongues, chants "Lama Namaneumi." This was also the name that they gave Japanese [[GarbageWrestler hardcore wrestler]] Shoji Nakamaki on the ''[=StrangleMania=]'' tape, which was a bootleg of the [[GarbageWrestler [=IWA=] Japan King of the Death Match Tournament]] (featuring [[Wrestling/MickFoley Cactus Jack]] [who would later appear in ''Film/BigMoneyHustlas'' as "Cactus Sac," his name on ''[=StrangleMania=]''] and Wrestling/TerryFunk) that ICP added their own sarcastic commentary onto and released themselves, paving the way for Wrestling/JuggaloChampionshipWrestling. While ICP are known for their continuity, this one ''might'' just be a coincidence, given the four years in between the [=IWA=] Japan King of the Death Match Tournament and the release of ''The Amazing Jeckel Brothers.''
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* NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast: Bang! Pow! Boom! The constant all-consuming all consuming living explosion.
* NeoclassicalPunkZydecoRockabilly: [=ICP=] collaborated with [[Music/TheWhiteStripes Jack White]] on an "interpretation" of a [[Creator/WolfgangAmadeusMozart Mozart]] canon. The title of said canon? ''Leck mich im Arsch'', Arsch,'' i.e. "Lick Me in the Ass".
Ass."
* NewSoundAlbum: The Dark Carnival doesn't truly enter the picture until ''Ringmaster''.''Ringmaster.''



* ObsessionSong: "Hate Her To Death":

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* ObsessionSong: "Hate Her To Death":to Death:"



* OfCorpseHesAlive: "I Found A Body".
* OurLawyersAdvisedThisTrope: The opening warning on the ''Psychopathic: The Videos'' [=DVD=] ends,
--> "Perpetrators may be prosecuted and may face fines...Ya heard?"
* PaedoHunt: [[MurderBallad Literally]] in "To Catch a Predator", though the chorus admits the singer's [[ForTheEvulz not doing it for the public's good]].
* PoliticalRap: Occasionally dips into this. Features heavily on their earlier albums, like ''Carnival of Carnage'', ''Beverly Kills 50187'', etc.

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* OfCorpseHesAlive: "I Found A Body".
a Body."
* OurLawyersAdvisedThisTrope: The opening warning on the ''Psychopathic: The Videos'' [=DVD=] ends,
--> "Perpetrators
ends:
-->"Perpetrators
may be prosecuted and may face fines...fines... Ya heard?"
* PaedoHunt: [[MurderBallad Literally]] in "To Catch a Predator", Predator," though the chorus admits the singer's [[ForTheEvulz not doing it for the public's good]].
good.]]
* PoliticalRap: Occasionally dips into this. Features heavily on their earlier albums, like ''Carnival of Carnage'', Carnage,'' ''Beverly Kills 50187'', 50187,'' etc.



* ProfessionalWrestling: MANY references. Here are just a few.
--> "Off the dresser with the Wrestling/{{Yokozuna}} splash" ("Hot Sweaty Betty," on ''Forgotten Freshness Volumes 1 and 2'')

-->"What is a [=Juggalo=]?\\

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* ProfessionalWrestling: MANY references. Here are just a few.
--> "Off
few:
-->"Off
the dresser with the Wrestling/{{Yokozuna}} splash" ("Hot Sweaty Betty," on ''Forgotten Freshness Volumes 1 and 2'')

-->"What is a [=Juggalo=]?\\Juggalo?\\



He Wrestling/{{Sabu}}'d ya mama through a coffee table" ("What is a [=Juggalo=]," on ''The Great Milenko'')

--> "Watchin' my favorite wrestling pay-per-views\\

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He Wrestling/{{Sabu}}'d ya mama through a coffee table" ("What is a [=Juggalo=]," Juggalo," on ''The Great Milenko'')

--> "Watchin' -->"Watchin' my favorite wrestling pay-per-views\\



--> "One time I was a wrestler, I wrestled the best\\

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--> "One -->"One time I was a wrestler, I wrestled the best\\



he was like "What are you doing?" I said fuckin relax" ("Still Stabbin'", from ''Bizaar'')

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he was like "What are you doing?" I said fuckin relax" ("Still Stabbin'", Stabbin,'" from ''Bizaar'')
''Bizaar'')



** ''The Great Milenko'' is a reference to Boris Malenko, a great wrestler from the 1960s and 1970s and father of [[Wrestling/DeanMalenko Dean]] and Joe Malenko.
* [[ReallySevenHundredYearsOld Really 300 Years Old]]: Violent J according to "I Want My Shit".

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** ''The Great Milenko'' is a reference to Boris Malenko, a great wrestler from the 1960s 1960's and 1970s 1970's and father of [[Wrestling/DeanMalenko Dean]] and Joe Malenko.
* [[ReallySevenHundredYearsOld Really 300 Years Old]]: Violent J according to "I Want My Shit".Shit."



** Their cover of Willie D's "Guess My Religion" is pretty much the same kind of song that "Hellelujah", but it is more involved with the Church and those who don't practice what they preach for more than one day per week.

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** Their cover of Willie D's "Guess My Religion" is pretty much the same kind of song that "Hellelujah", "Hellelujah," but it is more involved with the Church and those who don't practice what they preach for more than one day per week.



* TheReveal: ''Thy Unveiling''.
** To summarize, [[spoiler: the entire Dark Carnival is an allegory of judgment day; each of the albums starting with ''Ringmaster'' referred to a specific judgment within the Carnival in reverse order, beginning with The Wraith, representing death. Shangri-La was a thinly veiled reference to Heaven, and the Carnival itself is representative of God, and almost no one pieced it together until Thy Unveiling.]]
* RockStarSong: "Radio Stars".
* RunningGag: The various usage of the number 17.[[note]]It's a reference to how the first Joker's Card, ''Carnival of Carnage'', sold a mere 17 copies on its first day of release.[[/note]]
* SadClown: A few of their songs, notably those on ''Hell's Pit'', particularly "Manic Depressive".
** Also, Shaggy's facepaint is intended to represent a frown (J's is supposed to represent a smile}.
* SanitySlippage: "Under the Moon".

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* TheReveal: ''Thy Unveiling''.
Unveiling.''
** To summarize, [[spoiler: the entire Dark Carnival is an allegory of judgment day; each of the albums starting with ''Ringmaster'' referred to a specific judgment within the Carnival in reverse order, beginning with The Wraith, representing death. Shangri-La was a thinly veiled reference to Heaven, and the Carnival itself is representative of God, and almost no one pieced it together until Thy Unveiling.]]
]]
* RockStarSong: "Radio Stars".
Stars."
* RunningGag: The various usage of the number 17.[[note]]It's [[note]] It's a reference to how the first Joker's Card, ''Carnival of Carnage'', Carnage,'' sold a mere 17 copies on its first day of release.release. [[/note]]
* SadClown: A few of their songs, notably those on ''Hell's Pit'', Pit,'' particularly "Manic Depressive".
Depressive."
** Also, Shaggy's facepaint is intended to represent a frown (J's is supposed to represent a smile}.
smile).
* SanitySlippage: "Under the Moon". Moon."



* {{Satan}}: "The Witch", according to ''Hell's Pit''; presented in a surprisingly Catholic fashion as being little more than a decent liar.

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* {{Satan}}: "The Witch", Witch," according to ''Hell's Pit''; Pit;'' presented in a surprisingly Catholic fashion as being little more than a decent liar.



** "For the People" includes the line "Chilling with the Film/CreatureFromTheBlackLagoon"
** "Real Underground Baby" includes the lines, [[Film/WillyWonkaAndTheChocolateFactory "Who can paint their face up/Who can paint their face up/And wear a ninja suit/And wear a ninja suit"]]

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** "For the People" includes the line "Chilling with the Film/CreatureFromTheBlackLagoon"
Film/CreatureFromTheBlackLagoon."
** "Real Underground Baby" includes the lines, lines: [[Film/WillyWonkaAndTheChocolateFactory "Who can paint their face up/Who up / Who can paint their face up/And up / And wear a ninja suit/And suit / And wear a ninja suit"]]



* TakeThat: To just about everyone, including [[SelfDeprecation themselves]].
** "Fuck the World" becomes ridiculously specific about this, at one point saying "You know the guy that operates the drawbridge in Delray and Jefferson? FUCK HIM!".

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* TakeThat: To just about everyone, including [[SelfDeprecation themselves]].
themselves.]]
** "Fuck the World" becomes ridiculously specific about this, at one point saying saying: "You know the guy that operates the drawbridge in Delray and Jefferson? FUCK HIM!".HIM!"



* WhenItRainsItPours: From "Hell's Forecast":

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* WhenItRainsItPours: From "Hell's Forecast":Forecast:"



* WordSaladLyrics: "Scatter Brain" off ''The Tempest''.

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* WordSaladLyrics: "Scatter Brain" off ''The Tempest''.Tempest:''



Leavin' trash piles, cleaned up by [[Wrestling/AJStyles A.J. Styles]], me, and J. Giles.

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Leavin' trash piles, cleaned up by [[Wrestling/AJStyles A.J. Styles]], Wrestling/AJStyles, me, and J. Giles.



** From "Hokus Pokus," on ''The Great Milenko'':

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** From "Hokus Pokus," on ''The Great Milenko'':Milenko:''



Cuz I don't wanna see your head explode"
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* CoverAlbum: ''Covered, Smothered, & Chunked'', which is a bonus CD in the "Red" version of ''The Mighty Death Pop!''

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Cuz I don't wanna see your head explode"
explode" [[/folder]]

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* CoverAlbum: ''Covered, Smothered, & Chunked'', Chunked,'' which is a bonus CD in the "Red" version of ''The Mighty Death Pop!''



* PublicMediumIgnorance: Despite being rappers, a lot of people seem to think that ICP are a rock or metal band for some reason. A state trooper in the documentary ''A Family Underground'', who hasn't heard ICP's music, thinks that it's "{{Psychedelic|Rock}} {{Thrash|Metal}}".
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[[folder:Music videos]]

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* PublicMediumIgnorance: Despite being rappers, a lot of people seem to think that ICP are a rock or metal band for some reason. A state trooper in the documentary ''A Family Underground'', who hasn't heard ICP's music, thinks that it's "{{Psychedelic|Rock}} {{Thrash|Metal}}".
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[[folder:Music videos]]
{{Thrash|Metal}}." [[/Folder]]

[[Folder: Music Videos]]



* DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything: In the music video for "Fonz Pond", Violent J wears a {{white glove|s}} on one hand, as a tribute to Music/MichaelJackson.
[[/folder]]

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* DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything: In the music video for "Fonz Pond", Violent J wears a {{white glove|s}} on one hand, as a tribute to Music/MichaelJackson.
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Music/MichaelJackson. [[/Folder]]
14th Sep '15 6:54:52 PM Fretless94
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(''flashback showing them rapping a book title "Sammy the Gerbil & His Hoppin' Adventure" to a dead patient in a hospital'')[[note]]Not the story itself, the pages are all ripped out of the book. They're rapping the title ITSELF.[[/note]]\\

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(''flashback showing them rapping a book title "Sammy the Gerbil & His Hoppin' Muffin Adventure" to a dead patient in a hospital'')[[note]]Not the story itself, the pages are all ripped out of the book. They're rapping the title ITSELF.[[/note]]\\
20th Aug '15 9:16:27 PM ImpudentInfidel
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* [[MeanCharacterNiceActor Mean Clown Personas, Nice Rappers]]: Violent J and Shaggy are well-known for portraying bloodthirsty MonsterClown characters, but in reality they're actually very nice to their fans and donate to and promote charities and fundraisers to help the poor(see their [[Awesome/InsaneClownPosse Awesome page]] for more details on that). They also love their moms very much and, [[MemeticMutation if certain videos are anything to go by]], absolutely adore their children. In fact, the pair came clean [[http://www.columbian.com/news/2010/jun/04/insane-clown-posse/ in a 2010]] interview that they're actually ''evangelical Christians''.

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* [[MeanCharacterNiceActor Mean Clown Personas, Nice Rappers]]: Violent J and Shaggy are well-known for portraying bloodthirsty MonsterClown characters, but in reality they're actually very nice to their fans and donate to and promote charities and fundraisers to help the poor(see their [[Awesome/InsaneClownPosse Awesome page]] for more details on that). They also love their moms very much and, [[MemeticMutation if certain videos are anything to go by]], absolutely adore their children. In fact, the pair came clean [[http://www.columbian.com/news/2010/jun/04/insane-clown-posse/ in a 2010]] interview that they're actually ''evangelical Christians''.[[note]] Fans had known that since the song "Thy Unveiling" on the ''The Wraith: Shangri-La'' album came out in 2002.[[/note]]
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