Insane Clown Posse Songs Ranked

Insane Clown Posse, often abbreviated as ICP, is an American hip hop duo composed of Violent J (Joseph Bruce) and Shaggy 2 Dope (originally 2 Dope; Joseph Utsler). Founded in Detroit in 1989, Insane Clown Posse performs a style of hardcore hip hop known as horrorcore and is known for its elaborate live performances. The duo has earned two platinum and five gold albums. According to Nielsen SoundScan, the entire catalog of the group has sold 6.5 million units in the United States and Canada as of April 2007.[1] The group has established a dedicated following called Juggalos numbering in the “tens of thousands”. The songs of Insane Clown Posse center thematically on the mythology of the Dark Carnival, a metaphoric limbo in which the lives of the dead are judged by one of several entities. The Dark Carnival is elaborated through a series of stories called Joker’s Cards, each of which offers a specific lesson designed to change the “evil ways” of listeners before “the end consumes us all”. The original lineup of Insane Clown Posse was John Utsler (John Kickjazz), Joe Bruce (Violent J), and Joey Utsler (Shaggy 2 Dope). John Utsler left before Carnival of Carnage was released in 1992. Here are all of Insane Clown Posse songs ranked.

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20. Juggalo Island (Bang! Pow! Boom!, 2009)

“A very realistic song portraying something that could and has already happened. Some of the best lyrics from an ICP song ever. Probably one of the best ICP songs ever, if not the best.

19. Night of the Chainsaw (The Mighty Death Pop!, 2012)

“I like all the songs on the list, but I am voting for this one because it is such a grand scale song. It has a great intro that takes a good amount of time to set up the tone of the song.”

18. Chris Benoit (The Mighty Death Pop!, 2012)

“This song is seriously under rated, one of the great rock songs. It’s original as hell, dark, mysterious, and it rocks. They’ve done great stuff since, still, nothing on quite on the same trajectory as this was.”

17. Where’s God? (The Mighty Death Pop!, 2012)

“The song is perfect, even though it can be boring with the time. The chords are awesome, bass line amazing. Classic song with an addictive sound that deserves to be much higher on the list.”

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16. It’s All Over (Bang! Pow! Boom!, 2009)

“I suppose It’s All Over is somewhat an anthem, and it definitely has a lot of meaning to me. Emotional and philosophical meaning, yes. Figure that one out. I also loved Shaggy’s sorta shuffle walk in the music video.”

15. My Axe (Bizaar, 2000)

“This is literally one of the best songs in life period. People who aren’t even interested in Insane Clown Posse enjoy this song, it’s a perfect mix of upbeat vocals and ballads, with dark lyrics. A song based on the love that Violent J has for his hatchet can’t be missed.”

14. Another Love Song (The Amazing Jeckel Brothers, 1999)

“I love this song… it’s always been one of my favorites by this band… and not many people are familiar with it… just a beautiful piece of work!”

13. How Many Times? (The Great Milenko, 1997)

“After listening to this record & some of my favorites off of it, my view on the group has changed quite a bit. They never take themselves too seriously, even when they handle topics like abuse & substance abuse it’s still in a comical way. Because they know what they are, clowns.”

12. Down with the Clown (The Great Milenko, 1997)

“This song is seriously under rated, one of the great rock songs. It’s original as hell, dark, mysterious, and it rocks. They’ve done great stuff since, still, nothing on quite on the same trajectory as this was.”

11. The Neden Game (Mutilation Mix, 1997)

“I really like this single. Can’t say that I’m a big fan of Insane Clown Posse but this song is funny.

10. Chicken Huntin’ (Ringmaster, 1994)

“Back when you could hear what they were spittin’. The biggest problem with their new albums is that they lyrics are buried behind the beat, so you can’t figure that out without a lyric sheet.”

9. Nothing’s Left (The Amazing Jeckel Brothers, 1999)

“Super chill. My mind always wanders when this track is on. I love it! I just love this song in every way, the lyrics are amazing, and the chorus is just ear candy. It just feels so epic.”

8. Miracles (Bang! Pow! Boom!, 2009)

“This song has one of the funniest lyrics ever with Fxxxing Magnets, How do they work? , otherwise though its actually pretty good hip hop song, the duo has good flow here it has a nice synth melody and the guitars at the end of the song are pretty good.”

7. Thy Unveiling (The Wraith: Shangri-La, 2002)

“There best song. It actually has a meaning to it. Its about being thankful about everything. This song will enlighten all the sodomites about the true miracles, it changed my life forever.”

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6. Piggy Pie (The Great Milenko, 1997)

“This is one of their rawest and most powerful songs to me-no melodies, or anything so sweet or subtle. This song is just what it is. Awesome.”

5. F*** the World (The Amazing Jeckel Brothers, 1999)

“This is one of those songs that’s an inside joke to me and my friends. It is so good, it is GOOD. I enjoyed the melody and the lyrics. Definitely deserves more attention.”

4. Tilt-A-Whirl (Bizaar, 2000)

“Excellent song. I love it. ITs got some phat ass beats to it too. This song is off the Bizzar/Bizaar CD. It kicks ass. Get It NOW!!!”

3. Hokus Pokus (The Great Milenko, 1997)

“My favorite song! super catchy and has the clown insanity of ICP! Clearly, the best song ever by ICP. Love this song! “

2. Juggalo Homies (Forgotten Freshness Volume 4, 2005)

“I know it sounds strange but this song reminds me of a really good time in my life. Going on vacation, being with friends, and also reminds me of summertime. Juggalo for life”

1. Halls of Illusions (The Great Milenko, 1997)

“Literally the only ICP song where I can’t find something I don’t like about it. The beat, the vocals, the lyrics. All are done so well. Why can’t all of their songs be this good”