#1
So which album is the sixth joker card? All music guide says it's both Wraith Shangra-La and Hell's Pit.
#2
I have no idea.............

Hmmm, how about Jugallos are annoying and stupid looking and Insane Clown Posse suck .
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I have no idea.............

Hmmm, how about Jugallos are annoying and stupid looking and Insane Clown Posse suck.

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Don't fck with the Juggla!
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I have no idea.............

Hmmm, how about Jugallos are annoying and stupid looking and Insane Clown Posse suck.


Quoted for accuracy.
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So which album is the sixth joker card? All music guide says it's both Wraith Shangra-La and Hell's Pit.

Shangra La, the "good" album, is the "true" album. I absolutely hate this band, but I did a little research. The plan was to get people hooked to music, then sell a "good" message to them.

One of the songs on the album says that or something (that it is the true one)

blah.
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Shangra La, the "good" album, is the "true" album. I absolutely hate this band, but I did a little research. The plan was to get people hooked to music, then sell a "good" message to them.

One of the songs on the album says that or something (that it is the true one)

blah.


Wait, you mean to tell me they have a "good" album?
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Robbed his Jacket now he's cold!

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Wait, you mean to tell me they have a "good" album?

Not good as in good music, as in a "good message"
Commercialism didn't work as well as they though I s'pose.


btw, I read that on wikipedia or something, so I could be wrong.
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On the album's final track, it is revealed that the group follows God and that the hidden message of their music was always to follow God and make it to Heaven. Ben Sisario criticizes the series' ending in the Rolling Stone Album Guide, writing "the whole thing was some bland divine plan [...] Is this man's final dis of God, or His of us?"

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