One of the most amusing lines in the song is "Call me psycho-schizo freak, and I'll call you by your name: dick anus." This is not a very mentally-stimulating song, but wait, this is ICP we're talking about.
From deep within the Netherworld of shadow walkers comes yet another exhibit of the Dark Carnival. It basically does the same thing as track one: describes the Great Milenko.
Insane Clown Posse is one of those (bands) that you either love or hate. One of the interesting things about The Great Milenko was that it almost wasn't.
If you made me sit down and listen to their entire discography, I would be filled with animosity towards ICP, cursing their inanity. Originally, it was going to be released under a division of Disney, and their song about killing a cop almost prevented them from getting this album out into the public. Most of the lyrics are incredibly stupid, and bereft of any intellect.
However, I think that the Great Milenko is actually an all right cd. He is powered by one's own jealousy, lust, and temptation. Luckily, they managed to release it under Island Records, and their own label, Psychopath Records, which later went on to sign with numerous other members of the Dark Carnival (ICP's stupid gathering of nuts). However, most of the time, this album is downright funny. Maybe they're just idiots, or maybe they're only pretending to be idiots (likely, I'm sure).
In case you did not know, The Great Milenko is the fourth in a series of six joker cards. To envision yourself with something that rightfully does not belong to you... To act upon this vision and seek it out at the expense of another... Continuous dreamers of profit at the cost of another are pledged and haunted by his wizardry. Your evil acts are his magic - yesterday, now and forever. Their earlier albums have horrible production, and their latter albums like Hell's Pit were just unforgivably sick. Just listen to the album and try to get some of the humour out of it.
2.5/5 4) Piggie Pie This is the song that almost stopped ICP from releasing this album. He takes sh**s, he f***s his old floppy wife, plays with his balls and judges my life." This was the first song that jumped out at me when I first listened to The Great Milenko. His rant is interrupted by his mom screaming, "Bryan!