Daily Archives: June 23, 2010

Gang Rags – Blaze Ya Dead Homey Review


Heres a review by a juggalo on blaze ya dead homeys new album – gang rags , the great news is that this album wont sell as it is very bad so we have less juggalo gang members wearing their bandannas and committing crimes .

THIS ALBUM WAS COMPLETE TRASH TO WHAT BLAZE COULD HAVE DONE. ONLY A FEW TRACKS I WOULD PLAY AGAIN FOR ANOTHER LISTEN. COMPARED TO HIS OTHER ALBUMS, THIS ALBUM ISN’T ON THE SAME LEVEL, AT ALL.

INTRO: IT’S AN INTRO, NO FEEDBACK.

BACK FROM THE DEAD: I FELT IT WAS A FILLER TRACK. HOWEVER, IT WAS PRETTY CRAP.

SWINE FLEW: FIRST OFF, WAY TO BE MORE THAN HALF A YEAR LATE ON THE JOKE… OH, AND THE TRACK MADE ME SICK, JUST LIKE THE “PIGS” GAVE YOU “FLU”.

DEADMAN WALKING: THE CHORUS MADE ME THINK I WAS GOING TO WALK AWAY A DEAFMAN.

RIDIN THE WHIP: CHORUS WAS TERRIBLE. FIRST VERSE WAS GOOD. THE REST WAS TERRIBLE. THEN I THOUGHT DIRTBALL WAS GOING TO SAVE THIS SONG AT THE END, BUT HE ONLY GOT 13 SECONDS. OF COURSE.

DUB SACK: CRAP.

ANOTHER B&E: ANOTHER SHITTY TRACK.

DAMN BITCH: DAYTON FAMILY, GOOD JOB. BLAZE, DAMN BITCH, WHATTHEFUCK.!?

MONSTER INSIDE: YOU CAN FIND ANOTHER TERRIBLE CHORUS INSIDE OF THIS AUDIO TRACK.

PARTY TIL’ WE GET ARESTED: I’LL NAME THIS A CRAP TRACK. THE SHORT SKIT IN THE BEGINNING WAS FUNNY TOO.

ANOTHER BIRTHDAY: ANOTHER SHITTY TRACK.

HOLY SHIT: NO, IF GOD TOOK A HOLY SHIT ON THIS TRACK, IT MIGHT BE DECENT. BUT IT WASN’T. IT WAS JUST SHIT.

LIGHTS OUT: BAD.

WICKED SORCERER: A JOKE.

TOKYO SPA: NOT EVERYTHING HAS A GOOD ENDING.

The Six Stages of Juggaloism


The Five Stages of Juggaloism

Stage One- Pre Birth:
This occurs before you know Insane Clown Posse exists. You know you’re different. You don’t conform with society. You see the world differently than most and aren’t sure where your view fits in.

Stage Two- The Awakening:
You are introduced to I.C.P. A friend may introduce you, or you may hear a song on the radio. Maybe you see someone sporting a shirt and think “I wonder what that’s all about.” It can happen in many ways, but from here on out nothing is the same. You start to discover the magic that is the Dark Carnival. You being to find that place where your view belongs.

Stage Three- Clown Boy:
This is the stage that most people resist. Nobody likes to think of themselves as a clown boy (or fanboy, or hound dog…take your pick), but we’ve ALL been there. This is where I.C.P. and Psychopathic are the WORLD to you. You want all the merchandise, memorize all the songs, and follow blindly the lead of Joe, Joey and the Psychopathic machine. The most common symptoms of being in this stage are: calling ANYONE a Juggahoe, dissing anyone for not having as much merchandise as you or not knowing every lyric to every song on every Psychopathic album, believing everything that J says, and generally defending Psychopathic in everything they do, even when they are wrong. Some are more obvious in this stage than others, but believe me, you too will be / are / once were a clown boy. Sorry. That’s just the way it is.

Stage Four- Disillusionment:
This is where you start seeing cracks in the perfect structure that is the Juggalo World. It happens different for all of us. Something will plant a seed of doubt in the world you’ve emersed yourself in. Maybe you meet Shaggy and he’s rude to you. Perhaps you start to see that Psychopathic Records is no different then other record company, and that their main goal is to make money. You start doubting the “Family” and all the hype that come with it. This is the hardest stage to get through. All the faith you put into Psychopathic starts to crumble, and you begin to feel lost once again.

Stage Five- Realization:
The last stage. This is when you finally figure it out. Being a Juggalo isn’t about the merchandise or knowing what kind of pudding Shaggy likes. It’s not about hating / liking things just cause I.C.P. says so. It’s about being YOU. This is about being your own person and not letting anyone tell you how you should be, think, act, or dress. It’s about a community of people that have had similar experiences and feelings as you. We have a connection together….even if we don’t always get along or agree.

Stage Six- Joining The Juggalo Holocaust:
Self explanatory.