The Six Best Insane Clown Posse Related Songs

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2. Bear Vs. Shark - "Catamaran"

Yet another act from Michigan, Bear Vs. Shark were one of my favorite bands with the ridiculous tag of "post hardcore." I caught them in Charlotte, North Carolina and watched the singer push through the crowd and fly around in all sorts of directions. Then I made the guitarist drink beer with me in my under-aged girlfriend's car until a security guard caught us and forced us to leave (for clarity, I was 22 and she was 19). A little-known fact about Bear Vs. Shark is that their drummer, Ashley Horak, played drums in ICP's former backing band, Zug Izland. Fun fact: That band's fans are known as "ZUGGALOS."

Judging from the Wikipedia page, Ashley was either known as "2 Phat" with the band and has now left or is still performing with them under the name "Lil Pig".

1. Insane Clown Posse - "Fat Sweaty Betty"

You didn't think you'd get away from this list without legitimately seeing an ICP song on here, right? Enjoy having this caught in your head for the rest of your life.

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Whit Movesian
Whit Movesian

ICP: Still a better love story than twilight. RFT, I'm ashamed of you. Isn't there any REAL music you can cover?

Whit Movesian
Whit Movesian

Probably. They still like rubbing up on dudes.

Benjamin Scherliss
Benjamin Scherliss

Worst music every created in the history of sound itself. Somehow worse than Country.

Chelsy McInnis
Chelsy McInnis

I feel like I should be embarrassed that I had pre-existing knowledge of the song "bagz" and knew a good percentage of the words. Even worse is I just admitted it.

Kristy Lytle
Kristy Lytle

My family members work on the medic/emergency staff for this. Please don't nuke my brother and sister in law. Lol.

ryan.richardson81
ryan.richardson81

As a festival junkie and a journalist, I covered this festival years ago. It really is a surreal experience. I can't really get any of the music that are on Psychopathic Records or any of the related bands, but this festival changed a few opinions I had on this fanbase. Good luck. Looking forward to the coverage.

Chad Kitchen
Chad Kitchen

However, if you guys weren't covering it, I can't say I wouldn't punch in the codes as it was taking place. Faygo would finally go under.

thymagistik
thymagistik

@Darrell Ford They own their own wrestling company


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