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Blender magazine once even voted them the Worst Band in Music History.
What could anyone possibly say about Insane Clown Posse that’s any worse?
The most infamous line was Shaggy’s “F***in’ magnets how do they work?
” but the remainder of the verse, which insisted “I don’t wanna talk to a scientist,” raised the ire of many media types, who jumped into the fray on the side of science.
“And that’s what it is: that we wanna see all the Juggalos in Heaven.”The relationship between Insane Clown Posse and their Juggalo (and Juggalette) fans is one of the most remarkable in music.
It began when the group emerged from Detroit in the early ‘90s, donning clown makeup, mimicking the excesses of pro wrestling, and making no lyrical subject taboo.
That changed with “Miracles.” A song that went viral online last year after the band augmented it with a video, “Miracles” was ICP’s most overt admission of the belief in God they’d first revealed almost a decade earlier.
“There’s an all-around message to the Dark Carnival (and) the Joker’s Cards,” says Violent J.These things are just beautiful things; they're like miracles.How do you feel about some of the hate you've been getting for it?The British newspaper The Guardiancalled the group “a magnet for ignorance.” dutifully supplied scientific explanations of all the phenomena mentioned in “Miracles,” and multiple commentators tried to tie the song to alleged American narrow-mindness and credulity.One response did win the band’s approval: “Saturday Night Live” parodied the tune, raising ICP’s profile to perhaps its highest level since the group’s early days.