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Album Review

As late as April, the title of Eminem’s follow-up to Relapse was set to be titled Relapse 2, but the accumulating material for the release continued to stray farther away from the sound of Relapse. Realizing it wouldn’t make sense to treat his seventh studio album as a sequel — from both lyrical and production standpoints — Eminem dubbed it Recovery. Proving the veteran MC’s continued relevance, “Not Afraid,” the album's first single, entered the Billboard Hot 100 at number one.

Customer Reviews

Recovery, er kongen af rap tilbage på det originale spor, eller forandrede hans pause ham for altid?

Em har lavet et fantastisk album endnu engang. Relapse var langt ude, og med det mener jeg ikke at det var dårligt, men det var kun for de aller mest hardcore Em fans. Med Recovery går han meget mere bredt, med en mere poppet stil, og lyrics der er MEGET mindre stødende (Hør selv Insane på Relapse). Personligt mener jeg at der mangler en sang (eller to) til for opveje det stødende og meget offensive i Eminem, mod det mere følsomme, men stadig seriøse Marshall Mathers.

Hvis du er en harcore Em fan som mig i forvejen vil du kunne nyde alle sangene på Recovery (dog nogle mere end andre), men er du bare ude på at lytte til noget rap for måske første gang, kommer mange af sangene (IKKE alle) til at virke ensformede og underlige.

Det står stadig klart at Em's stærke side ikke ligger i omkvæd, man skulle sere flere sange med andre kunstere eller samples i omkvædet, som da også er der, men sange som Going through changes synker lidt ned, for når han prøver at synge lyder det aldrig fantastisk, mere bare okay- og med de raps han 'spytter' i versene virker det ærgeligt.

Generelt et comeback fra kongen af rap. hvis du kan lide eminem er det et godt album. Hvis du var vild med Relapse kommer dettte til at virke meget poppet, men stadig Em og stadig fantastisk. Hvis du er en af de fans der hverken kunne lide Encore eller Relapse er han tilbage nu på samme spor (men ikke helt i samme stil) "The Last two albums didn't count; Encore i was on drugs, Relapse i was Buzzing 'em out"-. Hvis du normalt bedre kan lide pop, men gerne vil introduceres til rap er det et godt album..

4/5 Stjerner

Peace Out
Molle!!! :D

The King of Rap

He' did it again - with an album that clearify his place as the king of Rap

Genialt

Et ikke mindre end genialt album, af en genial kunstner. Han kommer med sine skarpe tekster om sit liv, til de lidt mere useriøse sange man kan sidde at rocke med på!

Kan stærk anbefales !

Biography

Born: 17 October 1972 in St. Joseph, MO

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

To call Eminem hip-hop's Elvis is correct to a degree, but it's largely inaccurate. Certainly, Eminem was the first white rapper since the Beastie Boys to garner both sales and critical respect, but his impact exceeded this confining distinction. On sheer verbal skills, Eminem was one of the greatest MCs of his generation — rapid, fluid, dexterous, and unpredictable, as capable of pulling off long-form narrative as he was delivering a withering aside — and thanks to his mentor Dr. Dre,...
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