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Behind the Paint PDF Å Behind the PDF \


Behind the Paint [Ebook] ➩ Behind the Paint Author Violent J – Larringtonlifecoaching.co.uk Within this book is archived the complete autobiography of the lives of the Insane Clown Posse It details all of the struggles and victories they have endured as they forged their own path towards the Within this book is archived the complete autobiography of the lives of the Insane Clown Posse It details all of the struggles and victories Behind the PDF \ they have endured as they forged their own path towards the gates of Shangri La It is their story spoken by Violent J himself From their childhood adventures to their dark teenage years to the dream of starting their own record label, this is their unique story told for the first time in its entirety It describes how the controversial band became an underground sensation without the help of radio, video or the corporate mainstream.

    Behind the Paint PDF Å Behind the PDF \ first time in its entirety It describes how the controversial band became an underground sensation without the help of radio, video or the corporate mainstream."/>
  • Hardcover
  • 596 pages
  • Behind the Paint
  • Violent J
  • 09 July 2019
  • 0974184608

About the Author: Violent J

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10 thoughts on “Behind the Paint

  1. Matt Matt says:

    I m by no means a Juggalo Honestly, the reason I read this book is because having known many Juggalos, I thought the whole scene was pretty ridiculous and wanted to learn if there was actually anythingto the fam and ICP ICP is ostensibly two white guys emulating Esham and Geto Boys But beneath the surface, or Behind the Paint as the case may be, there s actually a lot of history and an interesting story This book shows an intelligent, introspective side of ICP that I d not been acc I m by no means a Juggalo Honestly, the reason I read this book is because having known many Juggalos, I thought the whole scene was pretty ridiculous and wanted to learn if there was actually anythingto the fam and ICP ICP is ostensibly two white guys emulating Esham and Geto Boys But beneath the surface, or Behind the Paint as the case may be, there s actually a lot of history and an interesting story This book shows an intelligent, introspective side of ICP that I d not been accustomed to This book is in part what made me feel the Juggalos in my area were evenpathetic Wholly incongrous with what the founders of their fam believe, these middle class teens young adults just spent their time attempting to terrorize people with simple shock value, buying out all the merch at the mall s Hot Topic, and being generally insolent people.I m not judging all Juggalos off that, of course, as I m sure there are plenty of decent ones out there But to all those that fit the bill of what I just described perhaps you should know the tenets of your fam before affiliating with them Speaking only the book, though, it s a surprisingly insightful and unyielding look into the foundations and vantage point behind the paint

  2. Dirty Grim Dirty Grim says:

    I picked this book up from my friend s bedroom floor when i was bored at his house one day As a musician, a Juggalo, and as an ICP fan i got alot out of this book Violent J has a very nice way of taking you through and explaining his childhood and music career I really related and enjoyed the experiences he shared from his childhood as well as got alot out of him speaking about his career decisions If you like Insane Clown Posse, or are just curious as hell, i suggest you read this right aw I picked this book up from my friend s bedroom floor when i was bored at his house one day As a musician, a Juggalo, and as an ICP fan i got alot out of this book Violent J has a very nice way of taking you through and explaining his childhood and music career I really related and enjoyed the experiences he shared from his childhood as well as got alot out of him speaking about his career decisions If you like Insane Clown Posse, or are just curious as hell, i suggest you read this right away

  3. Eden Eden says:

    I became an ICP fan in 2004, when I was 15 It was during a very tough and confusing time in my life Without really going into details, I will say that being an ICP fan and part of the Juggalo family gave me a place to belong I felt accepted and cared about at a time when I needed it a lot ICP gave me this and muchI am thankful to have become a fan of theirs.And this book was another source of comfort and inspiration for me I read it the first time in 2004 during the summer In total I became an ICP fan in 2004, when I was 15 It was during a very tough and confusing time in my life Without really going into details, I will say that being an ICP fan and part of the Juggalo family gave me a place to belong I felt accepted and cared about at a time when I needed it a lot ICP gave me this and muchI am thankful to have become a fan of theirs.And this book was another source of comfort and inspiration for me I read it the first time in 2004 during the summer In total I ve read the book four times, or maybe evenIt s been a number of years since I last read it, but I remember loving this book I learned a lot about Violent J, Shaggy and the history of ICP The book was funny, sad, inspiring and sometimes probably a bit too much information about certain things But it was a book that I kept coming back to and discovering something new every time Reading about ICP, about Violent J, their struggles and such, really helped me throughout my teenage years as did their music.I don t listen to ICP nearly as much as I used to, but ICP and this book will have always a special place in my life.It s a really good read I m sure other ICP fans will love it

  4. Robert Robert says:

    Behind the paint is an autobiography on the Insane Clown Posse ICP is a music group from Detroit, Michigan I chose to read this book for my report because I love ICP This book tells there whole story How they got started, what inspired them, and how they ultimately reached there goal of being successful They went through many conflicts on their way to fame Joe Bruce And Joey Ulster were the type of kids that didn t fit in, but they didn t care They took what they loved and made it into a Behind the paint is an autobiography on the Insane Clown Posse ICP is a music group from Detroit, Michigan I chose to read this book for my report because I love ICP This book tells there whole story How they got started, what inspired them, and how they ultimately reached there goal of being successful They went through many conflicts on their way to fame Joe Bruce And Joey Ulster were the type of kids that didn t fit in, but they didn t care They took what they loved and made it into a music empire Everything they have now they worked for all themselves, they didn t have any help in being noticed I liked the writing style of this book Violent J can write pretty well with Hobey Echlin also It was very descriptive and very long I loved every aspect of this book and recommend it to others

  5. Andrew Daniels Andrew Daniels says:

    It is Awesome, I absolutely love reading how ICP and Violent J came to be who they are now

  6. Alania Cruz Alania Cruz says:

    I love this book My parents hate me being a juggalett but this book shows them why I wanna be apart of this crazy family

  7. Stephanie Stephanie says:

    Joe Bruce will always be someone I look back on and think about and remember as a big part if my life I learned a lot about myself, life, good, bad you name it during my juggalo days I respect the hell out of that man for all of the clear demons he s battled This is a book from the angle of violent j, not from an angle of the both of them I remember the overwhelming emotion I felt for joe once I hit chapter 3 Thinking back, I know exactly why I was meant for the juggalo world I can t sa Joe Bruce will always be someone I look back on and think about and remember as a big part if my life I learned a lot about myself, life, good, bad you name it during my juggalo days I respect the hell out of that man for all of the clear demons he s battled This is a book from the angle of violent j, not from an angle of the both of them I remember the overwhelming emotion I felt for joe once I hit chapter 3 Thinking back, I know exactly why I was meant for the juggalo world I can t say the same for some others It s true that there are some if us out there who are really decent human beings, while others give nothing but a bad name to icp The book will no doubt make you laugh as joe Bruce has a special way with words, it will make you feel like shit if you were once a juggalo hater as you read his very dark and real life tragedies Just read it Don t judge or think of the staleness that came with their fame. People thinking they re cool by acting tough and hurting their people because they THINK icp would think it s cool good read. The journey to get there was worth it

  8. Lynnea Lynnea says:

    I thought the book was awesome fresh as hell to see how they came up and the struggles they have had on the way Love hearin from Violent J s point of view

  9. Ash Ash says:

    I want to make my bookclub read this but I might lose a lot of friends.

  10. Tesse Wolfson Tesse Wolfson says:

    Do YOU know how magnets work, shithead That s how I feel about people who make fun of Insane Clown Posse Like bros, vegans and DJ s, ICP has become a go to target for people for unfunny people who think they re funny Even Troma movies make fun of them, and Troma fans pointing at myself are some of the most contrarian, unfuckable people on the planet.I don t listen to ICP except Chicken Huntin , I Want My Shit, Thy Unveiling, and The Neden Game And Bitches but I often find myself drunkenl Do YOU know how magnets work, shithead That s how I feel about people who make fun of Insane Clown Posse Like bros, vegans and DJ s, ICP has become a go to target for people for unfunny people who think they re funny Even Troma movies make fun of them, and Troma fans pointing at myself are some of the most contrarian, unfuckable people on the planet.I don t listen to ICP except Chicken Huntin , I Want My Shit, Thy Unveiling, and The Neden Game And Bitches but I often find myself drunkenly defending them to people at bonfires Their music might be grating, and they might make too many sex puns, but at the end of the day ICP is funnier andinteresting than 95% of the people making fun of them and they have better taste in music, too is the gist of my arguement It s rare for me to take the anti hater position like that, but for some reason I always felt strongly about it This book, given to me by Nyquil after he lost my copy of SWEET JONES PIMP C S TRILL LIFE STORY, proves that these feelings are valid Raised on the sultry nocturnal sounds of Esham, Sir Mix A Lot, Geto Boys and Awesome Dre, The Insane Clowns are wiggers of the most endearing sort They re wiggers from a time before the internet, when kids were beat up and socially alienated for being wiggers It was a lot harder to copy black culture then You couldn t just buy a Cam ron shower curtain and start saying lit As an unpopular person and obscure regional rap afficionado myself, I found this early years section of this book usually the most tedious part of an autobiography to be fascinating.One problem with the book, which I m remembering as this review gets longer and longer, is that it s too long If you include the annotated discography, and the what Psychopathic records means to me section at the end by everyone on the Psychopathic records roster , it s 596 pages I suspect that the book wasn t written so much as dictated by Violent J, while he was high, and this technique makes for hilarious reading I was like, Whoa, this is the shit Slash likes my song The chick he fucks likes it, too but 600 pages of reminiscince is a lot from any man If I was the editor, I d probably cut some of the wrestling stuff And give it a better cover.Ratings wise, I have no choice but to give this 1 1 stars BEHIND THE PAINT was funny, inspirational and full of rap gossip, and how muchcan you demand from a book You want it to have a neden FINAL SCORE 1 1 COVER 0 1

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