W.I.C.K.E.D’s Wickedest Songs

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Twiztid’s W.I.C.K.E.D album is my all-time favorite album. The album came out in 2009 and has 15 tracks filled with horror. I love every song on this album differently, but a few of my absolute favorites are “All Of The Above”, “They Told Me”, “Woe Woe”, and  “Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha”. 

The song “All Of The Above” is about a man who ended his life and he’s trapped underground in his coffin while life goes on as he is forced to listen to people visit his grave. That song speaks to me because the meaning behind it is the regrets ending his life because he is trapped in a cramped coffin listening to his friends and family cry over him.  

“They Told Me” is about people telling Jamie Madrox and Monoxide Child that they need to grow up and do “normal” adult things because people won’t remember them. This song helps me have the courage to be myself. The song also reminds me that everyone has a person who doesn’t like what they do. 

“Woe Woe” is one of their more deep meaning songs. The song is about how their life is falling apart and they can’t seem to find a way to make it better. Many people, including me, can relate to the song because everyone has felt like life was going downhill at some point.

“Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha” is one of their songs that has a meaning, but it is more of a song to listen to and enjoy. The music video shows Madrox and Monoxide pretending to be serial killers. During the chorus, it shows them wearing suits and face paint while laughing. The suits that they are wearing on the album cover are the suits that they are wearing in the video. The video is pretty amazing and it is almost comical. 

The W.I.C.K.E.D album is my favorite, which is really saying something because I really love most of their songs.