Archive for March, 2010
In this Episode of the OGPC, Bones and Jiinx talk about the latest website changes, Deadpool Corps, Sonic The Hedgehog 4 Episode 1, recap Wrestlemania 26, bitch about HBK, Bones talks about his baby registry and putting video games on it and beating Ultimate Alliance 2. Coming back from break, Bones and Jiinx have PS3 demo impressions for Arkham Asylum, Darksiders, TMNT: Turtles In Time: Turtles Re-Shelled, Fat Princess, Katamari Forever, Little Big Planet, and Afro Samurai. Plus Ian reviews Resident Evil 2 and Resident Evil 3, talks about spending more time on Playstation Home buyin shit plus so much more!!Features music by Dark Lotus and the tracks “Juggalos Family” and “And We Danced”.
In this Episode of the OGPC, Bones hangs out by himself and goes solo this week running down the final Wrestlemania 26 card and how it compares to the leaked internet card that surfaced about 2 months ago. He also talks changes and additions added to the website this past week, discusses whats going on with t-shirts and their availability. He also talks about upcoming ECPW shows in Cortland and Binghamton. Speaking of ECPW, Little Daddy C joins us to share some news and talk about the recent murder of his friend Kody Ray and the Kody Ray Memorial Wrestling Show that ECPW is putting on. This tragedy has affected the lives of many people so please read the articles below to know the facts. RIP Kody Ray. Coming back, Bones has PS3 demo impressions for Bioshock, Heavy Rain, TMNT: Turtles In Time: Turtles Re-Shelled, and Fat Princess. Plus Ian rants about bitch ass online Marvel vs Capcom 2 players, and reviews Zombie Apocalypse, and Super Street Fighter II Turbo: HD Remix. He also talks about spending more time on Playstation Home having dance offs plus so much more!!
Click the link below to read the article about the arrest of these two murderous fucks.
“The Music Industry will be Devastated on April 6, 2010 when the Most Hated Band in the World Releases Bang Pow Boom Nuclear Edition to Retailers Worldwide.”
Farmington Hills, Michigan, March 16, 2010 — April 6, 2010 marks the release of Insane Clown Posse’s (ICP) Bang Pow Boom Nuclear Edition. This is Psychopathic Records’ second release under its exclusive distribution deal with Fontana.
Back in September of last year, ICP released Bang Pow Boom, which marked the return of producer Mike E. Clark in the studio with ICP, and ICP’s “Dark Carnival” theme. This release debuted at No. 4 on Billboard 200, No. 1 on the Independent Chart, and sold over 50,000 copies that first week. As some may mistakenly assume, Bang Pow Boom Nuclear Edition is not merely a re-issue of Bang Pow Boom. Additional to the original seventeen tracks, Bang Pow Boom Nuclear Edition has three new tracks and three bonus tracks. Plus, there is a DVD that contains the juggalo documentary, A Family Underground, as well as the two music videos for songs “Miracles” and “In Yo Face”.
To promote ICP’s new release, Psychopathic Records and ICP have scheduled the following events, thus far:
(1) In-store appearance with autograph signing at Rock of Ages (4/6/10; 4:00PM; 31015 Ford Rd, Garden City, MI 48135; (734) 522-4590);
(2) Record Release Party at The Crofoot Ballroom (4/6/10; 8:00PM; 1 South Saginaw, Pontiac, MI 48342; (248) 858-9333); and
(3) Headlining the Happy Daze Tour, visiting over 30 major US cities in May/June, along with the Kottonmouth Kings, Kittie, Coolio and Necro; details to come. For more info check out:
In this Episode of the OGPC, Bones talks about the new website and other changes including internet at the studio, our new OGPC t-shirts, getting the PS3 online and more. We talk about the passing of Corey Haim, discuss the Iron Man 2 “new trailer”, and we talk shit about that lesbian chick that ruined the prom. In honor of St. Paddy’s Day, Jiinx reviews Boondock Saints 2, and the Spectre short. He also talks about the Kickass comic, and gets a case of the giggles when Bones tells him about IB Green slappin Kamala in the boob stars. We also discuss the ECPW Fight 2 Control Wrestling show from this past friday. Bones has PS3 reviews for God of War Collection, Marvel vs Capcom 2, and Playstation Home and they both review the God of War III demo. Plus so much more!!
On this episode of Bones Bonus Round I talk about the Amazing Jeckel Brothers by the Insane Clown Posse. I look back, reflect and discuss what it was like for ICP to produce, promote, and preach the gospel of the Wicked Shit. This is the 5th of the six Joker’s Cards and I will be breaking down the history of the albums over the course of the Bonus Rounds. Kick back, crack a Faygo, paint your face up, and swing that hatchet high. I’m here to school the noobs on the Dark Carnival, say fuck the haters, and chant along with my ninjas, homies, and juggalo family like Bryan Wark from Freakshow Comics who hangs with me this episode to talk some Amazing Jeckel Brothers. WHOOP WHOOP!! MCL. This episode uses the tracks “Intro”, “Jake Jeckel”, “Jack Jeckel”, “Bring It On”, and “Everybody Rize”, and “Mad Professor” by the Insane Clown Posse off the album “The Amazing Jeckel Brothers” Available at http://www.hatchetgear.com
WARNING: Despite what you may hear on this show, there is no interview with ECPW Commissioner Keith Zimmer. Shit fell through at the last moment but oh wells. Jiinx reviews Inglorious Bastards and Black Dynamite. Bones talks about spending a little more time with Street Fighter 4, and Legends of Wrestlemania plus he reviews GTAIV, Resident Evil 5 and Ghostbuster plus so much more! In Underground Hitz we play Rain, Sleet, or Snow by Wayne Da Payne!!! This episode got seriously delayed with all the going ons but based on this here site, ya’ll should understand.
I’m a little late on this shit, but fuck you we just launched the new site so enjoy it. I finally got to see the interview with ICP on ABC’s Nightline last week. I’ll give my thoughts on Episode 64 of the OGPC, but in the meantime watch these and see what you think. The first is ABC’s version and the 2nd is Official Psychopathic Records recorded footage feat segments cut from the broadcast. MCL