This is evident in the passages that come with each of the joker card albums (there are many other cd's like Forgotten Freshness of Bizaar that have nothing to do with the joker's cards). This spectacle shall be witnessed only by those who are meant to see it. Do you hold a ticket to witness the show" The answer lies within yourself. To envision yourself with something that rightfully does not belong to you... To act upon this vision and seek it out at the expense of another... Continuous dreamers of profit at the cost of another are pledged and haunted by his wizardry. Your evil acts are his magic - yesterday, now and forever. Their earlier albums have horrible production, and their latter albums like Hell's Pit were just unforgivably sick. Just listen to the album and try to get some of the humour out of it.
However, I think that the Great Milenko is actually an all right cd. There is a message in each of the joker card albums, so obviously the guys have some sort of intelligence.
In case you did not know, The Great Milenko is the fourth in a series of six joker cards. One of the interesting things about The Great Milenko was that it almost wasn't.
He takes sh**s, he f***s his old floppy wife, plays with his balls and judges my life." This was the first song that jumped out at me when I first listened to The Great Milenko. His rant is interrupted by his mom screaming, "Bryan!
Get your *** in here right now and finish your homework" It is a very funny sketch, and I can relate to it, having dealt with many people like this over the years. I don't want to waste time going into why, so I'm going to. 1/5 7) Halls Of Illusions Halls Of Illusions tells the story of people walking through hallways in which they see what their lives could have been.
You finally hear a gunshot, but the guy then responds. Isn't that amazing" Towards the end, the lyrics take a turn.
"How many times will a judge decide my fate" Who is he" A bitch; nothing great. A whiny kid (voiced by Violent Jay of course) talks to a couple of other white kids about being a big gangbanger.Everybody is happy, and everyone seems successful, but then everything stops. Had they not abused their children and actually cared, these illusions could have been true."Back to reality: your son's on crack, and your daughter's got nut-stains on her back.And the end, there is a skit in which a man calls a suicide hotline. How Many Times" talks about everyday-life inconveniences.Violent Jay is on the other end of the line, and he dares him to do it and calls him a chicken. It may sound whiny, but it actually makes you feel sorry for Jay!He sits in prison for years, but is never visited by his beloved.