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Tell me this: did you grow up in an abusive household? The ICP fans I knew got routine shitkickings from their Irish Catholic alcoholic father. Maybe if they didn't get their asses kicked so much, they just would've been really into U2. If your upbringing involved physically abusive parents, which led you down the wayward path of being accepted by other misfits who cultivated a lifestyle out of repulsively terrible music, you have my sympathy with a slight dash of empathy.


Nope, I actually had a really good upbringing.


It's not like I'm a die hard juggalo or anything, I just kinda like to listen to Great Milenko every once and a while. Plus I dig the whole Joker's card gimmick.

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Flight of the Conchords - Distant Future

Scum of the Earth - Blah...Blah...Blah... Love Songs For The New Millenium

Scum of the Earth - Sleaze Freak

Sonic Boom Six - Ruff Guide To Genre Terrorism

Guano Apes - Live

Guano Apes - Walking on a Thin Line

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Clutch - The Elephant Riders

Lily Allen - Alright, Still

D12 - Devil's Night

Insane Clown Posse - Bizaar

Klaxons - Myths of the Near Future

The Pipettes - We Are The Pipettes

The Blues Brothers - The Difinative Collection

Flight of the Conchords - The Distant Future

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Eagles of Death Metal - 'Death by Sexy'

Art Brut - 'It's A Bit Complicated'

LCD Soundsystem - 'Sound of Silver'

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Guest Paul E.

Westside Connection -"Bow Down"

Westcoast Classic As Hell!!!!

(Bow Down) when i come to your town

(Bow Dow) when im west-ward bound

(Bow Down) cuz i aint a hater like you, Bow Down to a nigga thats greater than you

That was THE SH!T!!!!!!!!!!

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Dj Doc Rok - The Biggie Hendrix Experience


Bomb ass shit right chere, son. It ain't mash-ups, it's like The Gray Album. Except with Hendrix samples instead of The Beatles, and Biggie vocals instead of Jay-Z. There's only one, maybe two tracks that have major flaws. Otherwise, some real hiphop for your head.


Listen to it and download it here.




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