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Independent's Day Twiztid

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Wayne Wilkins By Wayne Wilkins on
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Twiztid - Independents Day

By Twiztid - Jamie Madrox and Monoxide Child

From Psychopathic Records

Can someone say a Juggalo Hip-Hop and Horrorcore Masterpiece? It has everything for any music fan, and that is the truth!

Independent's Day is the latest offering from the Juggalo duo, Jamie Madrox and Monoxide Child, Also known as Twiztid of the Psychopathic Records label produced, owned and ran by Insane Clown Posse's Violent J and Shaggy 2 Dope. While I will admit now that I have been a huge fan of the duo since day one, and every band signed to Psychopathic has something fresh and unique to offer, every Twiztid album has been above par and above the level over most Hip-Hop and Horrorcore bands in the world, but Independent's day simply takes even THAT to the NEXT level.

This time they have mixed in a unique brand of both Hip-Hop and Horrorcore, and teamed up with popular artists including the late, great Proof, better known and remembered as a member of D-12. Proof is features in 'How I Live' the first track on the album, and without a doubt this is my favorite song on the album. This is the song that speaks to you, it actually makes you think and be proud of who you are and yes, how you live. That, mixed in with the classic Juggalo's we all know, love and respect, you have one amazing track, and even more, one amazing Album.

Track Listing:

Welcome Home

Monster

Sex, Drugs, Money and Murder (Ft. The Dayton Family)

Hurt Someone (Ft. DJ Quick & Tha Dogg Pound)

Just Like Me

Buss Your Head Open (Ft. Blaze Ya Dead Homie)

Get the People to Feel Me (Ft. The R.O.C.)

Raw Deal (The Juggalo Song)

How I Live (Ft. Proof)

My Favorite (Ft. DJ Clay)

Weak Shit'z Out (Ft. Hed P.E)

Wet Dreams (Ft. Bizarre)

Bury Them All (Ft. Tech N9ne, Big Krizz Kalico & Potluck)

Monster's Ball (FT ICP The Insane Clown Posse)

In general, this was an amazing album and will definitely stand alone in the Twiztid discography; it has simply paved a new path stone into the future of the band, and without a doubt will open the door to new fans, especially those of Generic Hip-Hop. Along with this, it features the classic Juggalo beats we know and love, so as I said earlier on, this masterpiece simply has something for EVERYONE. Surely not one to be missed this year, and it could very well be one of, if not THE best Albums of ANY Genre of 2007!