Hannicap Circus

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Hannicap Circus
Studio album by Bizarre
Released June 28, 2005
Recorded 2004–2005
Genre Hip hop, midwest hip hop
Length 69:17
Label Sanctuary, Sony BMG
Producer Hi-Tek, Mr. Porter, Eminem, PMG, Shea, Sicknotes, Sol Messiah, Erick Sermon, Mike Chav, Silent Riot, J Thrill, Raphael Saadiq
Bizarre chronology
Attack of the Weirdos
(1997)
Hannicap Circus
(2005)
Blue Cheese & Coney Island
(2007)
Singles from Hannicap Circus
  1. "Rockstar"
    Released: 2005

Hannicap Circus is the debut studio album by American rapper Bizarre, a rapper best known for his work with Detroit hip-hop group, D12 and rapper Eminem. It was released on June 28, 2005. The album is a huge reflection of Bizarre's rap persona and stage presence and yet many of the songs carry important subject matter, a bit of Bizarre's past and talking about the state of hip-hop.

Guest appareances includes Eminem, Kon Artis, King Gordy, Devin the Dude, Big Boi, Erick Sermon, Young Miles, Sindee Syringe, stic.man, Obie Trice, Dion, Raphael Saadiq and D12. The only single released is "Rockstar", produced by Eminem.

Ice Cube's song "It Was a Good Day" is parodied on the track "Bad Day". The track was produced by Erick Sermon.

The album peaked at #48 on the Billboard 200, selling 21,000 copies for the first week.[1]

Soundtrack[edit]

"Gospel Weed Song" is featured during the credits of Harold & Kumar Escape from Guantanamo Bay.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Producer Length
1. "Public Service Announcement" (Intro)   0:26
2. "Intro" (featuring Young Miles) PMG 1:38
3. "Gospel Weed Song"   Shea 3:35
4. "Fuck Your Life" (featuring Sindee Syringe) Mr. Porter 4:29
5. "Fat Father" (Skit)   1:46
6. "Let the Record Skip" (featuring Young Miles) PMG 2:45
7. "I'm So Into You"   Hi-Tek 2:44
8. "Rockstar"   Eminem 3:01
9. "Ghetto Music" (featuring Swifty McVay, King Gordy, and stic.man) Sicknotes 4:33
10. "Life Styles" (Skit)   1:22
11. "I'm So Cool"   Mike Chav 4:18
12. "Porno Bitches" (featuring Devin the Dude, Big Boi, and Kon Artis) Mr. Porter 4:38
13. "Crush on You"   Sol Messiah 2:54
14. "Bad Day"   Erick Sermon 5:08
15. "I Need A Friend"   Silent Riot 2:57
16. "One Chance"   J Thrill 4:03
17. "Hip Hop" (featuring Eminem) Hi-Tek 4:31
18. "Doctor Doctor" (featuring Obie Trice and Dion) Hi-Tek 3:43
19. "Coming Home" (featuring Raphael Saadiq and Kuniva) Raphael Saadiq 3:46
20. "Nuthin' at All" (featuring D12) Mr. Porter 4:28
21. "Scooby Doo" (Japan Bonus Track Feat Syndee)   2:42

Note: On the edited Version, all skits were cut and it left only 17 tracks. Also all profanity was blanked on the edited version with the exception of "Fuck Your Life", which allegedly contained backmasking.

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