Of Course Jack White is Producing an Insane Clown Posse Single

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Jack White and I.C.P. have one thing in common -- they love screwing with people's expectations.

Scratch that, they've got two things in common. Just listen to "Leck Mich Im Arsch," the new single that combines unlikely collaborators Jack White, I.C.P., Mozart, and Jeff, the Brotherhood.

I've spent plenty of time laughing about juggalos, but you know, I absolutely love that Jack White and I.C.P. do their own thing. The single will be released by Jack White's Third Man Records, whose vinyl singles move for big money eBay aftermarket.

So that means sweaty, sickly record collectors like myself will probably be clamoring to get one.

Listen to the song and watch the promo clip after the break...

Insane Clown Posse - Leck Mich Im Arsch by Third Man Records

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