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!!