Twiztid Freek Show Tracklist

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Studio album by
ReleasedMarch 17, 2009
GenreHorrorcore, hardcore hip hop, rap rock
LabelPsychopathic Records
ProducerEric Davie, Underrated, Brian Kuma, Monoxide Child
Twiztid chronology
Independents Day
Heartbroken & Homicidal

W.I.C.K.E.D. (short for Wish I Could Kill Every Day) is the seventh studio album by Americanhip hop group Twiztid. Released on March 17, 2009, it is the group's highest charting album, peaking at #11 on the Billboard 200. The album is also the fourth-highest charting album in Psychopathic Records history, beaten only by Insane Clown Posse's The Amazing Jeckel Brothers, Bang! Pow! Boom!, and The Mighty Death Pop!, all of which peaked at #4.



Soon after the album title was released, it was revealed in the new year's edition of the Weekly Freeekly Weekly that Eric Davie would be producing the album.[1]


W.I.C.K.E.D. was released in three different versions.[2]Best Buy & iTunes sold an exclusive version with 3 additional tracks.[2]Hot Topic sold a version with a comic based on the song 'Bella Morte' included, and a third version sold at various music stores included an enhanced disk including music videos for the songs 'Buckets of Blood' and 'Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha'.[2] Psychopathic Records' store Hatchetgear will be selling all three versions, in addition to a standard version without any extras.[3] All versions come with one of ten Psychopathic Records Trading Card.[3] The album leaked two weeks prior to its release.[4]

W.I.C.K.E.D. is currently Twiztid's highest charting album, peaking at #11 on the Billboard 200, #4 on the Top Rap Albums chart, #1 on the Top Independent Albums chart and #1 on the Top Internet Albums chart.[5]W.I.C.K.E.D. is the third-highest charting album in Psychopathic Records history, after Insane Clown Posse's The Amazing Jeckel Brothers and Bang! Pow! Boom!, both of which peaked at #4.[6][7] Twiztid stated in a December 4, 2014 interview that they plan to rerelease the album as well as Abominationz.

On May 13, 2015 it was announced that Twiztid has acquired the rights to W.I.C.K.E.D., and will release the album on a blood red double vinyl on August 21, 2015.


Professional ratings
Review scores

Allmusic reviewer David Jeffries praised the album, writing 'This is a serious step up from their previous album, the inconsistent Independent's Day, and an obvious favorite for those who like their Psychopathic releases to be less street, more theatrical.'[10] horroryearbook reviewer Brain Hammer described it as Twiztid's best album, writing 'It stands out to me as the most original record they have done, and it has the most horror influence too. Horror fans who have never checked out Twiztid in the past should give this record a spin.'[11]

Track listing[edit]

All tracks are written by Twiztid.

1.'W.I.C.K.E.D.' (additional vocals by Ashley Heidrich)Eric Davie & Monoxide (co.)2:32
2.'Kill With Us'Eric Davie, Monoxide (co.) & Justin Ruffin (Guitars)2:00
3.'Buckets Of Blood'Underrated from Potluck for Lost Koast Productions3:59
4.'Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha'Eric Davie & DJ Clay (Scratching)4:24
5.'Death Note'Eric Davie & Monoxide (co.)4:43
6.'Krossroads Inn' (additional vocals by Ashley Heidrich & Simms Welden)Eric Davie5:04
7.'All Of The Above' (additional vocals by Blaze Ya Dead Homie & Ashley Heidrich)Eric Davie, Brian Kuma (co.) & Willie E. (Guitars)4:28
8.'Killing Season' (additional vocals by Blaze Ya Dead Homie & Ashley Heidrich)Eric Davie3:24
9.'Whoop - Whoop' (additional vocals by Blaze Ya Dead Homie)Seven, Monoxide (co.) & DJ Clay (Scratching)2:54
10.'That's Wicked'Eric Davie2:55
11.'They Told Me'Eric Davie & Monoxide (co.)3:02
12.'My Enemies'Monoxide, Eric Davie (co.) & Justin Ruffin (Guitars)3:29
13.'Bella Morte'Monoxide, Eric Davie (co.) & Randy Lynch (Guitars)4:21
14.'When I Get To Hell' (additional vocals by Blaze Ya Dead Homie)Eric Davie & Monoxide (co.)4:49
15.'Woe Woe' (additional vocals by Blaze Ya Dead Homie & Ashley Heidrich)Eric Davie, Brian Kuma, Monoxide (co.) & Randy Lynch (Guitars)5:15
Total length:57:20
Best Buy & iTunes bonus tracks[12]
16.'Catch The Show'3:05
17.'Gothic Chick'3:51
18.'It Don't Stop'2:57

Twiztid Freek Show Songs

1.'Buckets Of Blood (Music Video)'04:44
2.'Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha (Music Video)'03:50


Information taken from Allmusic.[13]

  • Entire Album Written By Twiztid
  • Production Was Handled By Eric Davie, Monoxide, Lost Koast Productions, Micheal 'Seven' Summers & Brian Kuma
  • Director Of Photography: E-Wolf
  • Guitars By Randy Lynch, Justin Ruffin & Willie E.
  • Scratching By DJ Clay
  • Production Designer: Jim Neve
  • Additional Graphics By Brian Debler
  • Additional Vocals By Ashley Heidrich, Blaze Ya Dead Homie, Leach Compagnoni & Simms Welden
  • 'Belle Morte' Model: Marsida Cami


Chart (2009)Peak Position
Billboard 20011[5]
Top Independent Albums1[5]
Top Rap Albums4[5]


  1. ^'Twiztid Get W.I.C.K.E.D.'The Hatchet Herald, Issue 4. Psychopathic Records. December 29, 2008. Retrieved 2009-03-28.
  2. ^ abcMonoxide (2009-02-17). 'Monoxide: Wicked Welcome'. Love, Twiztid. Psychopathic Records. Retrieved 2009-03-08.
  3. ^ abThe Hatchet Herald, Special Notice, an approximately monthly online news source created by Psychopathic Records to give updates on the label to fans.
  4. ^Zahn, James (March 20, 200). 'Talking horror & music with Jamie Madrox of TWIZTID'. Fangoria. Archived from the original on 2009-03-24. Retrieved 2009-03-23.
  5. ^ abcd'Charts and awards for Twiztid'. Billboard. Retrieved 2009-03-28.
  6. ^'Insane Clown Posse Artist Chart History: Albums'. Billboard. Retrieved 2008-08-19.
  7. ^Caulfield, Keith; Herrera, Monica (September 9, 2009). 'Whitney Houston Debuts At No. 1 On Billboard 200'. Billboard. Retrieved 2009-09-09.
  8. ^Wicked at AllMusic
  9. ^horroryearbook review
  10. ^Jeffries, David. 'Review of W.I.C.K.E.D.'. Allmusic. Retrieved 26 July 2009.
  11. ^Brain Hammer (March 25, 2009). 'Review of W.I.C.K.E.D.'. horroryearbook. Retrieved 26 July 2009.
  12. ^
  13. ^'Credits for W.I.C.K.E.D.'. Allmusic. Retrieved 2009-02-09.
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If you follow the Demented Duo on social media as we do, and you’ve checked out their page in the past hour or so, you’ll see that they’ve announced some very, very dope Twiztid news. Their sophomore album Freek Show is celebrating it’s 20th anniversary this year and they’re planning a celebration, bitches!

First of all, they’ll be performing their entire Freek Show albumlive and broadcasting it across the interwebs! This digital experience is titled “Welcome To The Freek Show” and begins on October 30th (Devil’s night) at 7:00pm ET. After that, Video On Demand will be available until November 2nd at 7:00pm ET.

How do you watch this live, Welcome To The Freek Show experience you ask? Click HERE and purchase the access for $13, yo!

You can also click HERE and check out the different bundles they have available. These include access to the show along with t-shirts, posters, jerseys, and a cassette of unreleased tracks recorded during the Freek Show era.

“Wait, what the fuck did he just say?”

I said a cassette of unreleased tracks recorded during the Freek Show era! This compilation album is titled Freek Show: Disturbed & Unheard and is limited to only 100 copies! Pick that up by clicking HERE.

If it’s sold out by the time you hit that link, well, you missed out on some freshness, homie, but no fear! The album will also be released on CD at a later date along with some more devastating news!

Twiztid Freek Show Tracklist Download

Some tracks on the release include:

Leave Me Along (Toilet $ Mix)

Bad Luck Magnet feat. Blaze Ya Dead Homie

Bagz (Vampirate Mix)

A track featuring the one and only, Legz Diamond!

Check out the post below.

🚨 Fritz The Cat dug super deep into the Twiztid vault and found some unreleased gems from the #FreekShow era. We titled…

Twiztid Freakshow Concert Video On Demand

Posted by Twiztid on Tuesday, October 6, 2020