The Green Book (album)

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The Green Book
Studio album by Twiztid
Released July 1, 2003
Genre Horrorcore, Indie hip hop
Label Psychopathic Records
Producer Fritz the Cat
Twiztid chronology
Mirror Mirror
(2002)
The Green Book LP
(2003)
Man's Myth (Vol. 1)
(2005)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 2/5 stars[1]

The Green Book is the third studio album by Twiztid. Released on July 1, 2003, Jamie Spaniolo has referred to the album as a "Juggalo favorite".[2] Allmusic reviewer Rob Theakston panned the album, writing that it "is much, much better than the last ICP card record, but looking at the forest from the trees, that really isn't saying much anymore."[3]

Track listing[edit]

# Title Time Producer(s) Performer(s)
1 "The Green Book" 0:52
2 "On the Other End" 2:18 Fritz the Cat Twiztid
3 "White Trash with Tat-2's" 3:12 Fritz the Cat Twiztid
4 "Afraid of Me" 4:07 Fritz the Cat Twiztid
5 "Wondering Why" 4:21 Mike E. Clark Twiztid
6 "Call Me" 1:33 Fritz the Cat Twiztid
7 "I'm the Only 1" 2:57 Fritz the Cat Twiztid
Shaggy 2 Dope
8 "Speculationz" 4:33 Fritz the Cat Twiztid
E-40
9 "The World Is Hell" 3:53 Fritz the Cat Twiztid
Esham
10 "Nikateen" 1:06 Fritz the Cat Twiztid
11 "U Don't Wanna Be Like Me" 2:57 Fritz the Cat Twiztid
12 "Serial Killa" 2:56 Fritz the Cat Twiztid
Tech N9ne
13 "Marsh Lagoon" 5:20 Fritz the Cat Twiztid
Violent J
14 "Bobby's Dad" 3:05 Fritz the Cat Twiztid
15 "Hydro" 5:11 Fritz the Cat Twiztid
Layzie Bone
16 "Frankenstein" 3:36 Fritz the Cat Twiztid
Colton Grundy
17 "Everybody Diez" 4:04 Fritz the Cat Twiztid
Anybody Killa
Bushwick Bill
18 "Fat Kidz" 1:32 Fritz the Cat Twiztid
19 "Hom Sha Bom" 4:31 Fritz the Cat Twiztid
20 "Darkness" 3:22 Fritz the Cat Twiztid

There was originally a track entitled "Nosferatu" for the green Book, but Twiztid felt that it didn't fit the rest of the album.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Allmusic review
  2. ^ Brain Hammer (March 19, 2009). "Interview with Jamie Madrox of TWIZTID!!!". Horroryearbook. Retrieved 2009-03-30. 
  3. ^ Theakston, Rob. "Review of The Green Book". Allmusic. Retrieved 2009-03-30.