Stands 3 1/2” tall.
Black version limited to 10 pieces.
I put up a few more figures. Now everyone in Canada has a chance to grab one too. I apologize that I didn’t have Canadian shipping on the last few I uploaded…but now you have no excuses not to grab one!!
ALCOHOL IN MY SKULL - KILLATOR - (CORPSE CIRCUS) -BEAT BY STIR CRAZY
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Killator of Corpse Circus “Alcohol in my Skull”
Beat by Stir Crazy Music (like his page)
Jesse Stir-Crazy - Ra Nettleton - Moby Ley - Fatt Tarr - Bong Man
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Grab it here: http://www.undergroundradio.net.au/site/podcasts.html
ATTN: All Wannabe “Rappers”
Check the new Stir Crazy beat at: http://stircrazy.bandcamp.com/track/g-o-d-god-or-devil
Super-producer Stir Crazy has stamped his imprint on the music scene since 2003. His production has helped design career defining hits and has created compositions that have featured artists such as The Insane Clown Posse (Psychopathic Records), Tech N9ne (Strange Music), Potluck, Bizarre (D12), Bizzy Bone (Bone Thugs-N-Harmony), T.O.N.E-z (Emmy Nominated) , King Gordy, Kottonmouth Kings, Koopsta Knicca (formally of Three Six Mafia) and many others. Respected beyond the genres of Hip Hop, Rap and Urban music, Stir Crazy has also been sought by superstars and underground legends whose music needs a new edge, sound and direction.
Born in Detroit Michigan, Stir Crazy has had many reincarnations— from a partnership in the label Super Phat Productions, and involved in a super group which consists of Dood Computer (of Doom Fist) and himself.
Stir Crazy, introduced a unique style that defined the new wave of music in the years too come. Hip Hop and R&B with crazy effects held together by complex drum patterns and amazing compositions. Death B4 Dishonor a group consisting of Lokey (Mission Infect), T.O.N.E-z and Stir Crazy proved Stir Crazy could step out his normal boundaries and do heavy metal and rock music production.
Recently he has helped form, and in a music group with Dood Computer (Pig Food Records) from Albany, New York and has release there new upcoming album entitled “Penny Dreadfuls”. The reason this album is getting so much attention is because of the marketing. It was released out on cassette tape, something that proved that no matter the format, if the music is well done the many fans will purchase.
His musical partnership with fellow producer Tre Pound (of Detroit Chop Shop), spanned the untouchable label Super Phat Productions, and there trademark sound has spawned numerous imitators in the Detroit area. Still known as the originators of the new wave of Detroit sound when it comes to hip hop and R&B music they both still produce for some of the biggest names in Michigan and all over the world.
Along the way he built an impressive arsenal of studio equipment, and worked/works at many studios in Detroit where he does most of his production. He regularly travels between his home studio and other studios around the area and other states working on many different projects That, along with DJ gigs and other concert appearances has made Stir Crazy’s name one of the largest in the industry.
Stir Crazy’s genre breaking has changed music today and he takes pride in his success at staying ahead of the game with his experimentation and originality. Hard working and confident, his goal is to always stay ten steps ahead of the competitors while making fans not only hear but ‘feel’ music when listening to his creations.
One thing Stir Crazy has on his side, other than incredible talent, is visibility and versatility. He been seen on several DVD’s, and he recently has a role in a feature film, Zombie Prom. Then there are his numerous other appearances and accomplishments. He was named producer of the year by JuggaloNews.com by voting of fans. The thousands of articles in print and on websites have helped Stir Crazy reach out to fans he was unable to with the original printed flyer, sticker and poster tactics that he once used.
“You can accomplish any dream or goals in life, with hard work and confidence” says the dedicated Stir Crazy. He is a innovator of sound which continues to set new standards, while always expanding his musical palette.
Killator of Corpse Circus - “Alcohol in my Skull” (Produced by Stir Crazy)
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”BeZerk: You’ve done a lot of work with several other artists in the underground both big and small. Who were some of those artists?
Stir Crazy: This is a small list of names that have been featured on my works: The Insane Clown Posse (Psychopathic Records), Hunter (Dukes Up), Tech N9ne (Strange Music), Potluck (Sub Noize), Bizarre (D12), Bizzy Bone (Bone Thugs-N-Harmony), T.O.N.E-z (Emmy Nominated) , King Gordy, Kottonmouth Kings (Sub Noize), Koopsta Knicca (formally of Three Six Mafia), Twiztid (Psychopathic Records), Boondox, R.O.C., Prozak (Strange Music), Chop Shop, Dark Half (LSP), Scum (LSP), Mastamind (Former RLP) (LSP), Esham, Dirty White Boyz, Ikkurruz (LSP), Kid Crusher, King Magnetic, Playboy The Beast (Sic Fux), Q-Strange and Mr. Y.U.G.”
A small quote of the blog post: “September has maybe been the smoothest month of 2012 and full of Underground Flavour! First up I received my package from Jesse Stir Crazy (Stir Crazy Music). I ordered a copy of the Penny Dreadfuls tape and a beanie and Jesse hooked me up! Posters, Stickers, flyers a t shirt! I’ll say this now and I mean it, Jesse Stir Crazy is the coolest person in the Underground scene. No one comes close to this dude; he has even hooked us up with 13 new beats for the show! If you’re reading this Jesse, sincerely thankyou homie! Peep the bundle (below) and like Stir Crazy Music on facebook here –
- Ned Tepper
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Albums on Regular Rotation at the Tepper Household in September –
MadChild – Dope Sick (WOW….Just Wow!!)
Fear Factory – The Industrialist (Getting ready for their Aus tour)
Insane Clown Posse – The Mighty Death Pop
Playboy The Beast – The Omen
La Coka Nostra – Master Of the Dark Arts
Kottonmouth Kings – Mile High (Not as much as I would have expected, it’s growing on me though)
P.O.D – Murdered Love
SnowGoons – SnowGoons Dynasty
Mayday – Take Me to Your Leader