12 Strokes To Midnight - Insane Poetry - History: Rare & Unreleased (CD)

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  1. Jun 15,  · DJ Premier - Penalty Records Promo Mix Tape Fall () A Side B Side DJ Premier - Crooklyn Cuts Vol. 1 II -.
  2. With members DJ Streek and Shakespear the One-Man Riot, Insane Poetry released its debut single, "Twelve Strokes Till Midnight," in [1] After replacing Shakespear with Em-Dee, Insane Poetry signed with Nastymix/Ichiban Records through an association with emcee Rodney O [1] and released its debut album, Grim Reality, in , which peaked at #98 on the Billboard Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums .
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  6. Jun 23,  · After that they released a 12" that featured a 'Lets Do It Like This' remix and a 'You Dont Wanna Run Up' remix that has Psycho replacing General Jeff. This track is probably the best remix I've ever heard. I also put up '12 Strokes Till Midnight' which is an old Insane Poetry track I .
  7. Jp Tha Hustler & Scum), Biography: Insane Poetry was one of the first horrorcore rap groups to emerge in hip-hop when they debuted with the underground single "Twelve Strokes Till Midnight" () and offered their critically praised full-length debut, Grim Reality ()., Monthly Listeners: , Where People Listen: Chicago, Denver, Santiago, Dallas, Los Angeles.
  8. Insane Poetry was one of the original innovators of horrorcore (which the group called the Terrifying Style before the former term took hold), a style of hip-hop that used horror-movie imagery and heavy doses of gore to make social commentary about American society.

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