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Insane Clown Posse - The Wraith: Shangri-La (2002) Audio-DVD
Artist: Insane Clown Posse | Album: The Wraith: Shangri-La | Released: 2002 | Quality: Audio-DVD ( DTS-ES 6.1 48kHz/24Bit ) | Label: rip of DVD-Audio by D3 Entertainment DTS Entertainment | Catalog #: B69286-01097-9-7 | Genre: Midwest Hip-Hop, Indie Hip-Hop, Hip-Hop

After a decade of proudly releasing offensive, obnoxious, and immature music that sold like gangbusters to kids around the Midwest, the Insane Clown Posse finally reached their much-prophesied "sixth Joker card," the last album in a conceptual journey that started with 1992's Carnival of Carnage. Claiming that everything up to this point had led to The Wraith: Shangri-La, they announce at the beginning that the meaning to their career will become evident by the end. And they wait until the very end of this ambitious album to reveal what it is, despite the occasional reference to Shangri-La (their bland metaphor for the afterlife). Waxing philosophical about ending the world's pains, ICP seem willing to spread some good vibes this time around. "Juggalo Homies" might even be the most positive song of their career; it actually has a great message about loyalty and friendship matched to a pleasantly laid-back rock track. Of course, the usual murder fantasies and sex anthems are in abundance, filled with the immature humor that has become their tired trademark. Oddly enough, they almost seem to apologize for repeating their usual hate raps on "Thy Staleness," which ends with the repetition of "I'm so sorry I'm stale" in a chanted singalong. A stab at a thuggish street anthem, "Ain't Yo Bidness," is a blatant Eminem ripoff, but their twisted lyrical focus robs the song of any of the self-reflective cleverness that he would have brought to it. But the second half of the song is a definite highlight, as guest rapper Esham helps the Motor City clowns deliver a high-energy ending to an otherwise pedestrian track. In their attempts to change things around, their trademark circus music sound mixes well with rap-rock, and several songs (especially the double punch of "Crossing the Bridge" and "Thy Raven's Mirror") offer a very original twist on the genre that is distinctly their own.
01. Thy Intro - Walk Into Thy Light
02. Welcome To Thy Show
03. Get Ya Wicked On
04. Murder Rap
05. Birthday Bitches
06. Blaaam!!!
07. It Rains Diamonds - Bitch Slappaz
08. Thy Staleness
09. Hell's Forecast
10. Juggalo Homies
11. Ain't Yo Bidness - Soopa Villains
12. We Belong
13. Cotton Candy & Popsicles
14. Crossing They Bridge
15. Thy Raven's Mirror
16. Thy Wraith
17. Thy Unveiling


01. Juggalo homies

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