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(w/ Boombox) Jamie Maddox on hook Unbreakable Necromancy TwiztidLex “The Hex” Master Black Season EP Raw Shit Monoxide Children FM Vampire Look Alive Duality TwiztidLex “The Hex” MasterContact Domination (w/ Blaze Ya Dead Home & Boombox) I Don't Like Your Face Jamie Maddox Disgusting TwiztidG-Mo See My Filthy Spirit Bomb Unfeigned (w/ Hop sin & Katz) TwiztidYoung WickedVengeance EP Bloodbath 2017 Gorilla Voltage Ape–X Ninja Star Boondoggle Murder Purge Born In Fire (w/ Bobby Spar xxx & Struggle Jamie Maddox Sitting On The Porch Jamie Maddox Outlined In Chalk (w/ Blaze Ya Dead Home, Led “The Hex” Master, G-Mo See & Young Wicked) Twisted Terminus Jamie MadroxDavey Suicide Made In Fire Too Many Freaks TwiztidThe R.O.C. Digital Voodoo Disgusted Mars Creatures of the Night (Single) Creatures of the Night(w/ Tech N9ne) Creatures Remix(w/ Tech N9ne) Young Wicked The Return Of The Prodigal Son Blow (w/ G-Mo See) Monoxide Child Still I Rise (w/ Ritz) Jamie MadroxBukshot Weirdo Freak Show (Remix) (w/ Mad child) TwiztidLex “The Hex” Master Beyond Redemption Shadow Army (w/ Gorilla Voltage & Rennin) Various Twisted Presents: Year of the Sword Heads Will Roll (w/ Gorilla Voltage) Jamie Maddox Turn It Up (w/ Blaze Ya Dead Home, Led “The Hex” Master & Bone Dub) Their Fault (w/ Young Wicked) Ignite (w/ The R.O.C.
^ a b c “Twisted Chart History (Top Rap Albums)”. Background informationBirth name Paul Robert Metrical known ASX Hectic Monoxide Children Foe Monoxide Born (1973-07-14) July 14, 1973 (age 47)Origin Detroit, Michigan Genres Hip hop, rap rock Occupation(s) Rapper, Producer InstrumentsVocalsYears active1992–Presentable Later 1993–1996 Psychopathic Records (1997–2002; 2003–2012)Meiji Record (2002–2003)Independent 2013 Meiji Ninja Entertainment 2014–presentAssociated acts House of Grazers, The R.O.C.
, Insane Clown Posse, Jump steady, Dark Lotus, Psychopathic Roads, Blaze Ya Dead Home, Anybody Kill, Drive-By, Zug Island, Axe Murder Boy, Boombox, DJ Clay, Zodiac Print, Samoan Witch Killed, Cottonmouth Kings, Tech N9ne, Frizz Alike, Ritz, Led “The Hex” Master, Kung Fu Vampire Website www.twiztid.com Paul Metric began rapping as a teenager while he was in high school and listened to On Jodi for inspiration of lyrics he said. In school, Metric and friend Jamie Spaniel would freestyle with other kids, though the two felt they were never great at promptly coming up with rhymes.
Metric and Spaniel also participated in freestyle battles at the Hip Hop Shop on a weekly basis. Metric started his musical career in 1992 as an original member of House of Grazers under the pseudonym Hectic.
Along with Mr. Bones and The R.O.C., the original House of Grazers released five albums between 1993 and 1996. Problems with the group's label, Later Entertainment, led House of Grazers to leave the label, and the group disbanded after its 1996 album Head Trauma.
However, they reunited on the song “Monstrosity” off of Twiztid's A New Nightmare EP in 2013, and they plan on releasing new music in 2018 After receiving an offer from Insane Clown Posse to join Psychopathic Records in 1997, Spaniel and Metric accepted and reemerged as Twisted.
Upon signing with the label, the duo revamped their image, and set out to prove themselves to the Juggle fan base. Twisted opened shows for Insane Clown Posse, most of the time receiving boos from the crowds and occasionally getting into fights with them.
In 1997, Twisted's debut album, Mos tasteless, was released. With the release, a shift in reaction toward Twisted occurred, and Juggles slowly began to receive the duo well.
Twisted, however, continued to open for Insane Clown Posse and appear with them at in-store tours, improving their rapport with the fan base. In 1999, Insane Clown Posse persuaded Island Records to sign Twisted.
During Twisted's brief stint with the label, Mos tasteless was pulled from shelves and re-released under Island Records. The following year, the duo went back to Psychopathic Records and released Free Show.
Free Show debuted at #51 on Billboard charts, and Twisted's fan base grew immensely. Twisted has remained with Psychopathic Records until 2012 with the formation of Meiji Ninja Entertainment.
They have helped to sign artists Blaze Ya Dead Home, Young Wicked and The R.O.C among others to the new label. Formed in 1999, Dark Lotus consists of Joseph Bruce and Joseph User of Insane Clown Posse, Jamie Spaniel and Paul Metric of Twisted, and Chris Rousseau.
After switching between two different “sixth members,” Mary and Anybody Kill, Dark Lotus decided to keep the group to only five. Psychopathic Roads formed in 1999, and consists of Psychopathic Records-associated rappers performing under alternate stage names in the style of mainstream gangsta rap.
The group's lineup consisted of Bruce (Bullet), User (Full Clip), Metric (Foe), Spaniel (Little' Shank), Rousseau (Cell Block) and David Bhutto (Young Dirt). Although, Twisted has left Psychopathic, they are still a part of the Roads.
Psychopathic Roads reuses the beats of popular rappers within the genre without paying to license the original songs or requesting permission from copyright owners to use the music, effectively making their albums bootlegs and resulting in the releases becoming difficult to find in some markets. In 1999, Insane Clown Posse began a stint in the World Wrestling Federation (WWF).
The duo brought Spaniel and Metric along with them to shows backstage, being fans of wrestling themselves. After Insane Clown Posse left the WWF, they started a wrestling tour called the “Hellfire Wrestling” tour.
On December 19, 1999, both Spaniel and Metric participated in the first “Juggle Championship Wrestling” event. As Jamie Maddox and Monoxide Child, they were featured in a 20-man battle royal to crown the first JAW Heavyweight Champion, which was won by Evil Dead.
Spaniel and Metric continued to sporadically wrestle for JAW until 2003. When asked in a 2009 interview if they were planning on returning to wrestling, Spaniel replied, “No, we're not wrestlers.
Metric also enjoys the use of supernatural styles in films. He himself has an interest in getting into acting as well, and currently has gigs booked as typecast and background characters.
Metric is also an avid fan of both video games and tobacco. He plays Xbox 360 online with the gamertag “infamousballer,” and has cited Madden NFL 10 as one of his favorite games.
Royal Oak, Michigan: Psychopathic Records. ^ a b c d e f g Maldivian, Victor W. “Review of Psychopathic Roads Dumping' ".
^ a b c Jamie Spaniel and Paul Metric (Performers) (27 October 2008). ^ a b c d e f g Jamie Spaniel and Paul Metric (Interviewees) (3 May 2009).