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Wizard Of The Hood

Violent J Audio CD
4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (35 customer reviews)
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1. Intro
2. Let It Rain
3. Yellow Brick Alleyway
4. Homies 2 Smoke With
5. Thug Whilin'
6. Horrible Horrifying
7. What You Thinkin' About?
8. Shiny Diamonds
9. The Wizard's Palace
10. Axes Swingin' (Bonus Track)
11. Multiple Myselves (Bonus Track)

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5.0 out of 5 stars We are DEFINITELY not in Kansas anymore, Toto! July 27 2003
Format:Audio CD
I have just gotten a copy of "Wizard of the Hood" yesterday afternoon. After listening to it from beginning to end, I can say without a doubt this EP is definitely worth purchasing (for Juggalos and non-Juggalos alike). This interesting CD (which by the way was composed immediately after the unveiling of the 6th Jokers Card) has incorporated audio elements of old school hip-hop, heavy metal and a fair share of ghetto-wise street slang. There are also a few surprises featured in Violent J's drugged out journey through the enchanted Land of Oz: on some songs he disses Axl Rose, Michael Jackson and Anna Nicole Smith. One highlight track, "Yellow Brick Alleyway" is held together by a tuneful sample from the 1978 musical flick "The Wiz!" And, of course, EVERYONE in the Psychopathic family participates in this hardcore project: both members of Twiztid portray the Scarecrow and the TinMan, Blaze is the NOT-so-Cowardly Lion, and J's own rap partner and friend Shaggy 2 Dope appears as the Wonderful Wizard himself! While chockful of crude humor, psychedelic mushrooms, candy, and gun violence, "Wizard of the Hood" is meant to be a kid's fantasy tale written for anyone who is no longer a child. More importantly, this CD teaches listeners to never take life for granted; every person MUST be grateful for everything given to him/her. This album is more than decent; it's another love letter ONLY for devoted Juggalos, created by an underground rap label that will NEVER EVER SELL OUT!!
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5.0 out of 5 stars awesome June 28 2004
By Pete
Format:Audio CD
I am not a fan of ICP at all, but i am a fan of Esham and Natas. I LOOOOOOVE this cd. ITS AWESOME! i was not expecting it to be this dope. First i downloaded it, then i loved it so much, i went out and picked it up. if u like icp u will love this, or if u like horrorcore u will love this. but i aint no horrorcore fan, horrorcore sucks, bar this. im acid rap forever, but this one is awesome. best tracks are Yellow Brick Alleyway, Homies 2 Smoke Wit (personal favorite), Horrible Horrifying, Let It Rain, and Shiny Diaminds. The only thing i may have against this album is violent j's voice. he puts it on too much. but i dont really notice it that much anymore.
bottom line -- get this immediately if u havent already!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Violent J tells a story that's hard to forget... June 16 2004
Format:Audio CD
When i first thought about buying this CD i knew nothing about it except that it was Violent J's solo EP & that it was a twisted tale of The Wizard of Oz. My first listen to this album told me that it was amazing! Everything about it makes me want to hear more. Every track is another part of the story (well, except for the bonus tracks) and the story is one you'll never forget. The only way i can describe this album is through a track-by-track review which is shown below:
1.) Intro - A short intro in which J is smoking & informs the listeners that he's gonna tell them a story.
2.) Let It Rain (9/10) - Nice way to start out the story. Violent J is simply chillin' in Detroit, waiting on some of the local junkies to come around. I don't want to give away too much of the story but let's just say by the end of this track J's definitely not in Detroit anymore.
3.) Yellow Brick Alleyway (10/10) - Wow this track is crazy! Upon his arrival in Fantasy *** Fantasy Land J discovers he's now a hero and is on his way to meet the Wizard of the Hood.
4.) Homies 2 Smoke With (10/10) - This is a really nice slower song. J and The Scarecrow (played by Monoxide Child) trade some verses about smokin & by the end of this track they're both on their way to the Wizard.
5.) Thug Whillin' (9/10) - This track is WAY more edgier than the previous one, it contains alot more metal sounding effects in the background. In this part of the story, J & Scarecrow are ambushed by Tin Tizzle (aka Jamie Madrox) and once again, by the end, are all on the way to the good Wiz.
6.) Horrible Horrifying (9/10) - A darker sounding track. J, Scarecrow & Tin Tizzle head through a dark forest on their way & are attacked by the Lion (voiced by Blaze Ya Dead Homie).
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5.0 out of 5 stars Wizard May 13 2004
By Yo Mama
Format:Audio CD
This Cd has everything it is awesome even if u dont smoke u gotta pick up this album it is a masterpiece. Based on the Carnival Of Carnage Song "Wizard of the hood" u gotta buy this
Violent J-Dorthy
Monoxide Child-Scarecrow
Jamie Madrox-Tin-Tizzie (Tin Man)
Blaze Ya Dead Homie-The Lion
Anybody Killa-GateKeeper
Shaggy 2 Dope-The Wizard
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2.0 out of 5 stars bah.... March 19 2004
By Jon
Format:Audio CD
this cd is actually enjoyable, but very stupid, ever since violent j started smoking, thats all he ever raps about and it gets annoying FAST
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5.0 out of 5 stars Go and see the wizard. March 8 2004
By A Customer
Format:Audio CD
Listen to this often. Simply put, this is entertainment. Pick it up and sit back and enjoy.
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5.0 out of 5 stars ABK Feb. 10 2004
Format:Audio CD
Being a devoted Juggalo, of course I won't stop listening to this album. The main reason for my review is that in reading other reviews I noticed that nobody mentions the castle guard, ABK. So if you are an Anybody Killa fan, there's something on here for you of course. See you at the Gathering.
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5.0 out of 5 stars GO AND BUY THIS PSYCHOPATCHIC CD NOW Jan. 2 2004
By Adrian
Format:Audio CD
This CD is one of Psychopatchic's best. Violent J's 'solo' is about him going through Oz with nothing but his bag of smoke to get him through. He meets up with both members of Twiztid (Scarecrow and the Tinman) and Blaze, Ya Dead Homie (the Lionman) on his trip to the palace. Shaggy is the wizard and A.B.K. is the palace guard. Homies 2 Smoke With and What U Thinkin' are the phattest songs on the main track but buy the CD just to get Axes Swingin' the bonus track. The whole CD is filled with cool tracks so buy it.
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