What You Missed: Cycle Zombies, Mickey Avalon, Insane Clown Posse, the Get Up Kids
Seriously, what's scarier than an Insane Clown Posse fan? An entire venue of Insane Clown Posse fans. Observe:
On Sunday night, 9/27, Insane Clown Posse visited the Grove of Anaheim. And it was uh, insane. A Faygo massacre. The photos, they scare us. Click here for a sea of wasted soda, really, really dedicated fans, tons of bad clown make-up and live shots of a group that's remained puzzlingly popular for what seems like a lifetime. Whoop, whoop.
Dolla dolla bill y'alllll: Davey Warsop, formerly of Beat Union, but now part of the Hurley family.
After the jump: Irreverent white boy dance rapper Mickey Avalon and his scantily clad, sexually suggestive back-up dancers makin' their mommas proud and the return of the Get Up Kids.
You might know Avalon from his hits such as "Jane Fonda" and, our very favorite, "My Dick." A sampling of the lyrics:
My dick cost a late night fee
Your dick got the HIV
My dick plays on the double feature screen
Your dick went straight to DVD
My dick- bigger than a bridge
Your dick look like a little kid's
My dick- large like the Chargers, the whole team
Your shit look like you fourteen
My dick- locked in a cage, right
Your dick suffer from stage fright
My dick- so hot, it's stolen
Your dick look like Gary Coleman
My dick- pink and big
Your dick stinks like shit
My dick got a Caesar do,
Your dick needs a tweezer, dude
Ain't that sweet? We thought so, too. The rest of the slideshow right heeeere.
The Get Up Kids get back.
And then on 9/23 (okay, fine, not technically the weekend), the Get Up Kids returned to the Glass House in Pomona as a part of their reunion tour. Youth Group and Pretty & Nice here. See the rest of the photos here. The Get Up Kids are: Matthew Pryor, Jim Suptic, Rob Pope, Ryan Pope and James Dewees. Originally from Kansas City, Missouri, the band first formed in 1995. They broke up in 2005 but announced three years later that they would be going on a reunion tour in 2009.
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