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Insane Clown Posse - Bizzar (2000) Retail CD
The companion piece to the simultaneously released Bizaar, Bizzar contains some of the best backing tracks of the ICP's career, courtesy of producer Mike Clark, as well as some of their most ambitious attempts at lyrical profundity. The ICP's reach still exceeds their grasp, but on the likes of the bluesy, almost ambient "Crystal Ball," they actually have lyrics that don't wallow in macho teenage rebellion. Their flow has improved greatly (though they are still miles away from master rappers such as Chuck D) and they have lessened their need to yell constantly. In fact, the band members trulymore… live up to the clown part of their personas in such moments as their hilarious, dead-on DMX and Lit parodies in "Radio Star." The album's weakest track, however, is their most blatant attempt at radio play: a cover of the 1986 Slyfox hit "Let's Go All the Way" with slightly rewritten lyrics. It's even more irritating than such standard fare as "Let a Killa," which, for all its tired sexual hostility, seems less contrived. Bizzar is the stronger of the two albums the band released together, but fans may feel they are missing part of the story by not getting both.
|3||Cherry Pie (I Need a Freak)|
|9||Let's Go All the Way|
|10||Let a Killa|
- Insane Clown Posse - Bizzar (2000) Retail CD
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