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Music videos were filmed for "Halls of Illusions", "How Many Times", and "Piggy Pie." An unofficial music video for "Down with the Clown" was featured on the home-video release Juggalo Championshxt Wrestling Volume 1.

Blackwell left Island Records shortly after the group released Forgotten Freshness Volumes 1 & 2, and the merger of Poly Gram into Universal Music Group (which owned Interscope and Geffen) affected the way the label handled its next Joker's Card release.

The Great Milenko is the fourth studio album by American hip hop group Insane Clown Posse, released on June 24, 1997, by Hollywood Records, in association with Psychopathic Records.

As the fourth Joker's Card in the group's Dark Carnival mythology, the album's lyrics focus on the titular Great Milenko, an illusionist who tries to trick individuals into greed and other such sins.

Although the album was poorly received by critics, it debuted at number 63 on the Billboard charts, and was later certified platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA). The group's manager Alex Abbiss negotiated a contract with the Disney's Hollywood Records label, which reportedly paid

Although the album was poorly received by critics, it debuted at number 63 on the Billboard charts, and was later certified platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA). The group's manager Alex Abbiss negotiated a contract with the Disney's Hollywood Records label, which reportedly paid $1 million to purchase the Insane Clown Posse contract from Battery/Jive Records.

"Piggy Pie" references the Three Little Pigs and tells Violent J's story of murdering three kinds of people: an incest-prone redneck, cops who wrongly arrest and harass people, and stuck-up wealthy people.

"Under the Moon" tells the tale of a man convicted after killing a man who tried to rape his girlfriend.

Disney requested that the tracks "The Neden Game", "Under the Moon", and "Boogie Woogie Wu" be removed because of lyrics referencing abuse of women, rape and murder, and the slaughter of children, respectively.

Several songs were recorded with the intention of releasing them on The Great Milenko.

"Boogie Woogie Wu" is told from the perspective of the boogie man and talks about the slaughter of children.

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Although the album was poorly received by critics, it debuted at number 63 on the Billboard charts, and was later certified platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA). The group's manager Alex Abbiss negotiated a contract with the Disney's Hollywood Records label, which reportedly paid $1 million to purchase the Insane Clown Posse contract from Battery/Jive Records."Piggy Pie" references the Three Little Pigs and tells Violent J's story of murdering three kinds of people: an incest-prone redneck, cops who wrongly arrest and harass people, and stuck-up wealthy people."Under the Moon" tells the tale of a man convicted after killing a man who tried to rape his girlfriend.Disney requested that the tracks "The Neden Game", "Under the Moon", and "Boogie Woogie Wu" be removed because of lyrics referencing abuse of women, rape and murder, and the slaughter of children, respectively.Several songs were recorded with the intention of releasing them on The Great Milenko."Boogie Woogie Wu" is told from the perspective of the boogie man and talks about the slaughter of children.

million to purchase the Insane Clown Posse contract from Battery/Jive Records.

"Piggy Pie" references the Three Little Pigs and tells Violent J's story of murdering three kinds of people: an incest-prone redneck, cops who wrongly arrest and harass people, and stuck-up wealthy people.

"Under the Moon" tells the tale of a man convicted after killing a man who tried to rape his girlfriend.

Disney requested that the tracks "The Neden Game", "Under the Moon", and "Boogie Woogie Wu" be removed because of lyrics referencing abuse of women, rape and murder, and the slaughter of children, respectively.

Several songs were recorded with the intention of releasing them on The Great Milenko.

"Boogie Woogie Wu" is told from the perspective of the boogie man and talks about the slaughter of children.

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