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An Eminem album is always more than the sum of its grooves. It’s a psychotherapy playground where its confessor manipulates the intelligence until no one’s sure where the truth is hiding. He lashes out at the world, but he’s no stranger to self-loathing. Eminem’s sober, but he’s not happy about it. His first album in five years, Relapse brings the sound of a man pent-up in his own brain-frozen hell. Valium, Vicodin, Ambien, you name it, Eminem has words for it. “Déjà Vu” recounts his slide down the pharmaceutical trail, passed out in cars, admitted to hospitals for “pneumonia” while hiding drugs from his 11-year old daughter. Em’s old imagined nemeses — Britney Spears, Lindsay Lohan — are pretty tired by comparison (the tune’s even called “Same Song and Dance”). “My Mom” offers “sympathy”. He figures his problems are either genetically inherited or learned from a mother he professes to still love. His ex-wife Kim seems to be in the clear, but then maybe she’s embedded deeper in Eminem’s private code. His mind may have been a blur over these years, but he remembers when necessary.

Customer Reviews

WORTH THE WAIT? TRACK BY TRACK REVIEW:

Eminem comes back with a great album. It has a good number of tracks and the flow is generally good in the album. The only two songs that really lose the feel of the album are We Made You and Crack A Bottle, this is as all of the songs are dark and those just aren't. All of the Songs have great beats in though; here is the track by track review: DR. WEST - Sets the scene for the album 3 AM - Good Beat, Good Lyrics, Terrible Accent. Good chorus but he should drop the accent. 7/10 MY MOM - Excellent Chorus, Great Lyrics, This has a good verse and gives you a humouristic side of the album 7/10 INSANE - One of the best, Excellent song, Not the best lyrics but the tune is fantastic. 7.5/10 BAGPIPES FROM BAGHDAD - Lousy Lyrics, Okay Chorus although the song has a good flow to it. 7/10 HELLO - Nothing Special, A Bit of an album filler, Mediaoka Chorus and Verse, 6/10 TONYA - Sets scene for next song SAME SONG AND DANCE - Dark, Wonderful, Great, Not a very solid chorus though, 7.5/10 WE MADE YOU - Great song, But it loses the feel of the darkness of the album, but the song is amazing, 8.5/10 MEDICINE BALL - Annoying Chorus, Bit of an album filler really, 6.5/10 PAUL - A bit pointless skit STAY WIDE AWAKE - Great Lyrics, Amazing Dark Chorus, Fantastic beat by Dre, Top 4 in the album, 8/10 OLD TIMES SAKE - A bit to solid, nothing special, although the chorus is INCREDIBLE! Top 4 in the album! 8.5/10 MUST BE THE GANJA - A bit stupid for my liking and it didn't have great lyrics. Catchy though, 7/10 MR MATHERS - Good solid skit DEJA VU - THE BEST SONG ON THE ALBUM! AMAZING LYRICS, VERSE, CHORUS, DARK! 10/10 BEAUTIFUL - Amazing lyrics and chorus and one of the best songs in the album, very emotional, 10/10 CRACK A BOTTLE - Like We Made You it ruins the feel of the album but it is a good single, 7/10 STEVE BERMAN - Good skit, makes you look forward to Relapse 2 UNDERGROUND - So dark but an amazing way to end the album! Amazing song! 9.5/10

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Eminem is a Genius

oh god!...sorry mum didn't realise you could hear it

head phones are probably a good idea when listening to this

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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