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Back in '93, before Twiztid went to release "Mostasteless" and back before the insane concerts wit ICP, James Spaniola and Paul Methric (better known as Jamie Madrox and Monoxide Child to the juggalos) were in a trio knows as House of Krazees (HOK) w R.O.C. (now known as SOL). Back then, Madrox went by the name "Mr. Bones" and Monoxide went by "Hektik". In Fall of '94, HOK released their debut LP entitled "Home Sweet Home". When it came to money, they didn't have shit, but they sold enough cassettes for their debut album, which made them want to continue. Jamie also did a side project in '94 with Death Lock and Looney Toon called "Mr. Bones and the Sons of Midnight: The Demon Inside". In the Summer of '94, the second HOK LP entitled "Home Bound" was released. Then in October, they released a double album entitled "Season of the Pumpkin".
About a year passed, and HOK ran upon a man named Walter Stepananko. Walter said he knew a lot about the recording business. HOK hooked up with him. Stepananko always complained about how he was never making enough money, and then said HOK was a "bad investment." Even through all of his bitching, he continued to finance HOK, and ended up not paying them a fuckin dime.

Also in '95, Jamie released his first (and only) solo LP in the early Spring under the name Mr. Bones, which was entitled "Sacrifice", which was put out under Spring on Dead Brain records. HOK also released their first EP the same year entitled "Outbreed".

In '97, House of Krazees released a LP entitled "Head Trauma" under Latnem Intertainment. Also this year, the third member of HOK, R.O.C. joined the Omen tour w/ Insane Clown Posse and convinced them to let HOK perform on the following tour which was called "All Up In Yo Face". HOK then released a greatest hits album entitled "Remix and Rewind" aka "Collector's Edition '97". After this release, HOK parted ways.

Mr. Bones and Hektik changed their names to Jamie Madrox and Monoxide Child, and formed the group Twiztid. They released an album entitled "Mostasteless". Twiztid then hooked up with Psychopathic records and Insane Clown Posse. They re-released Mostasteless in '99 under Psychopathic records/Island that included new tracks. You can now catch Twiztid on the Wicked Clowns From Outer Space Tour with Insane Clown Posse.

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