ICP thought that Woodstock '99 was too expensive. So, they taped $100 bills to some beach balls, and threw them into the audience. Then they brought out bigger beach balls, taped $500 each onto them, and did the same thing.
ICP organized a turkey drive around Thanksgiving in Detroit.
Sugar Slam's Super Live Toy Drive, organized by Violent J's ex-girlfriend, Michelle Rapp (Sugar Slam). While the infomercial for the toy drive was Saturday Night Live parody fodder, the actual toy drive itself was awesome.
Each donation with a value of $5 received a Christmas CD. (This wasn't no half-assed CD with a couple of lame songs, it was a full album of Christmas songs by several Psychopathic Records artists that you couldn't get anywhere else. For a mere $5 donation.)
Their autobiographical song "Behind the Paint" includes a line that will bring a smile to the face of any nerd or freak who was rejected by the pretty girls for not dressing cool or being able to afford a nice car:
Violent J: Look beneath the paint, bitch. It's the scrubs who won!
When it comes to the final tracks on the Joker's Card albums, there are some that are thoughtful like "Pass Me By", and some that are jokingly-dramatic like "Thy Unveiling". The title track off of "Bang! Pow! Boom!", meanwhile, provides the most hyperactive rock-n-roll rap one could possibly associate with a song about a being that resembles a giant living explosion.