Does the Internet still care about Insane Clown Posse? I mean, it's not like it's 2010 in here anymore, where we're all laughing at the stupidity of "Miracles" and the Gathering of the Juggalos. And this year, it sort of seemed like there was counter-programming, where everyone tried to prove that the Juggalos weren't so bad. I guess that's okay?
But I imagine the audience for their new video, "It's All Over" is probably smaller than it would have been last year, as ICP talk about how the world is ending, because of implosion, explosion, corrosion, and hooks that sound like long lost Smash Mouth jams. It's sort of hard to be like, "This is the absolute worst" when these dudes are so earnest. Like, they're concerned about pollution, green screen abuse, and buildings just straight up falling out of the sky. There's nothing here as hilarious as "Magnets, how do those work?," so maybe ICP are slipping? Or are the doing better? I have no idea. [Videogum]
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