The sentiments in “No Type (4 Life)” are significantly more positive then “Anus” however, despite J’s aside about “[liking] my Magnums tight.” As they do on many contemporary ICP songs, the group stays focused on the importance of family, discounting detractors, and having a positive time at an ICP show: “Everyone unites/No one ever fights” takes the place of Jxmmi’s original “Push-start the whip/Brought it straight to life.” Listen and watch the video, which features ICP rapping in the streets or on skyscrapers in various major American cities, below.
It may have been loosed on the world on April 1st, but nothing about it appears to be in jest.
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.After your mom does the dishes and the silverwear, I'd dry fuck her till I nut in my underwear!!!! (Sharon) I like a man who's not afraid to show his true emotions,, A man who expresses himself in his own special way #2, if you fell in love with me, exactly how would you let me know?(Host) Now let's meet contestant #2, He's a psychopathic derranged crackhead freak Who works in the Dark Carnival. First of all, I could never love you You sound like a richy bitch, yo fuck you!All of these joker cards have different messages and represent different elements of life. Others are content and satisfied with what they can achieve by themselves and have not the urge to tamper with another's well being for quick gain. The Great Milenko is in a way a bridge between their old-school style and their more slick but annoying style found in The Wraith and The Amazing Jeckyll Brothers. 1) Intro I'm no Alice Cooper fan, but I was very happy to hear his cameo in the Intro.What is amazing about ICP is that they seem so inarticulate and pathetic, but they actually come out with some very intelligent and profound things sometimes. They see him only as a hoax and see no illusions or magic by he. Another thing to remember is that you don't have to have any background in hip-hop music to appreciate the Great Milenko. He doesn't sing, he just introduces you to the mystical Great Milenko. He is a voice coming out of a jukebox at an old black pool house or restaurant. Believe it or not, the main black man is actually Violent Jay.