The Story of Insane Clown Posse and their Dark Carnival

Written by: Lou G. Stone

Publisher: Omnibus Press

Genre: Biography (paperback)

Release: November 2, 2005

Language: English

Pages: 96 pages

In the band's first-ever biography, Lou G. Stone investigates the left-of-center charm that is Insane Clown Posse. Part cartoon characters who dress as clowns/part metal-rap band, ICP is known for outrageous live performances featuring flames, chainsaws, and liters of soda dousing the fans in attendance.

Rising from the murky underbelly of the Detroit metal scene in the eary 1990s, The Insane Clown Posse staked their claim in the history of extreme and outrageous bands. With faces dripping with greasepaint and graphic, horror-laden lyrics, the band combined the filth of metal with the outspoken confrontation of rap to shock and entertain.
Reviled by the pre-grunge, squeaky-clean rock scene, and subsequently shunned by the music industry machine, ICP marched on, building a loyal army of followers and Juggalos. - This is their story.

This book is no Psychopathic Records item and is brought out independently.

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