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Curtain Call - The Hits (Deluxe Version)

Eminem

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Curtain Call summarizes a career that reveled equally in outrageous insults, incisive commentary, and raw autobiography. Eminem first commanded the spotlight in 1999 with “My Name Is,” a track whose tongue-twisting irreverence still makes for the best introduction to the artist. If “My Name Is” established Eminem as the impish, unstable jester, the breakout single “Stan” brought a level of fame that threatened to overtake his persona, and his art. And while “Lose Yourself,” “Like Toy Soldiers,” and “Mockingbird” showed new levels of complexity, by 2005 Slim Shady was showing signs of wear. The songs recorded specifically for this collection —“FACK,” and “When I’m Gone”— show Em reprising old ideas to lesser effect, although the self-produced “Shake That” is a worthy reminder of how much he learned from Dr. Dre. Few rappers had as much to say, and as many modes of talking, as Eminem and because his most compelling and challenging songs are album cuts, Curtain Call can’t completely reveal the breadth of the man’s career. Nonetheless, this collection captures the essential qualities with which he carved his niche in the rap world and upturned the entire music industry.

Customer Reviews

The Best of the Best

How do you ever put together the best songs by easily the best rapper ever (if not best single artist, or even possibly the best, artist or band, of all time)? I don't know, and I don't think we will ever figure it out. But dang, Eminem and Dr. Dre came increadibly close to it, better than anyone else could have done. This is the perfect CD for any rap lover. It is complete, from top to bottom. Starting off with a short and comical intro where Em screams at his fans as a joke, the CD goes straight into FACK, a sexual and extremly funny-talking a lot about a gerbal-which is so bad that it it edited completly off the clean version. The order is slightly different on the CD's for the songs, but in some order, the CD leads into Em's first hit that got him going, My Name Is, which is so silly that it practicly a parody, and The Way I Am, which is Eminem protest to all his fans and everone who critized him. Stan comes next. It is about a fan who sent him letters and eventually kills himself and his girlfriend because of what he thought was ignoration from Em for not returning letters, and by the time Em writes back, this man, Stan, is dead. It is, of course, a sad song. Next up is none other than (what else?) Em's greatest selling and probably best song of all time, Lose Yourself. Straight off the 8 Mile soundtrack, it is a great lyrical song with a good message also. Next is the second new song on the CD (after FACK), Shake That, which is a colaberation with Nate Dogg. It is also a sexual song, but not as bad as FACK, and is fun to listen to. It is bound to succed. Sing for the Moment comes in next. Even rock fans may enjoy this one because for the courus, he uses a part from Aerosmith's "Dream On." The song tells of all the problems in rap music and the infulence it can set on kids with the guns and kids should really not take after some of the things rappers say because they really arn't really doing these things. It also speaks about how many adults have problems with Eminem by calling him a bad influence, while real Eminem fans know that he had his bad days early on, but turned his life around. Without Me lands in as the next song. It is a fun partying song celebrating his return into music from his 2 year break between albums. Like Toy Soldiers speaks about his problems with rappers Ja Rule and Benzino, both him commented very negitively in their songs in different ways. Then comes The Real Slim Shady, a personal favorite, which is a similar song to Without Me, just with a better beat and a little sillier. A couple more personal songs come in next. Mockingbird is a tribute to his daughter, Hailey, and Alana, his neese who is under his protection, and, for the first time, says good things about his ex-wife Kim. Guilty Conscience is a duet with Dr. Dre where various situations play out to fictional people, with Eminem being the bad part of the peoples conscience with Dr. Dre playing the good part. Cleanin' Out My Closet is an anger song to his mother and Kim. Back to the parting theme is Just Lose It, which not only has a nice techno beat and a good party song, it is humorous and hits one of America's favorite punching bags, Michael Jackson. When I'm Gone is his last new release, another song about Hailey. It is a wonderful song and marks his end of rapping. Somthing fun up next is the live version of Stan that Eminem did with Elton John at the Grammies. That marks the end of the origanal CD. The extra songs that only come with pre-ordering are Get You Mad, which is a violent joke song, Wild Wild West, which is a song about (Oh my gosh!) the Wild Wild West. Bad Influence, like Wild Wild West, is straight off a soundtrack. Then comes the Deluxe version of the CD. It has Dead Wrong, Em's song that he did with the late Notorious B.I.G., and this song NEEDS to be taken lightly, as it is a joke. Role Model is a protest song saying Em can be whoever he wants to be. Kill You is a song where Em talks about killing his mother and Kim. S&!t on you is a song he did with D12, his band. Criminal is from The Marshal Mathers LP, and it is fairly funny and a pretty good song. Renegade is the song he did with Jay-Z, and finally, Just Don't Give a F^@k is his first song really released to the public. This is a great CD. My only complaint is the fact that Mosh and White America didn't make it. I also would have liked a clean FACK. Oh Well. It's great. Enjoy!

Greatest of the great

This is obviously the best album Eminen has done ever. A practicaly perfect ending for Eminems carrer. If only Eminem placed his new never before heard songs on the end of his album, and When I'm Gone at the very end the songs would perfectly alighned and as we finish listening to the emotional master piece last we could all think " Wow, Eminem is the greatest rapper of all time" and feel his carrer come to an end, but not weep for him, for we know he leaves us not in vein. The final chapter of the great and golden saga of Marshal Mathers has come to an end, but will forever become a legond in the history of the chronicals of rap. Now if only the price on the delux version were lower, we would all be happy to buy the cool new album. Even the critics. And me. I need that album. Not that that is something that should effect the score of the album, because I vote for the music, not the stupidity of the people who priced it. Marshal Mathers did his part in creating the album, not the price. And I only write this because there was a lot of score lowering only because of the price. That album, even though it still isn't as good as the non-edited, still deserves a higher score. Eminem is a master.

THIS ALBUM IS THE WORK OF A GENIUS!!!!!!

EMINEM HAS DONE IT AGAIN! HE'S MADE A FRIGGIN AMAZINGGG ALBUM! THIS ALBUM IS WORK OF A GENIUS! His lyrics are the best lyrics i've ever heard. When i'm gone is the best song i love it. He put his heart and soul into that song. I know this is his last album and hes going away but he'll always be with me. EVERYONE THAT HATES EMINEM YOU GUYS ARE CRAZY. I really dont know how you can hate him hes just plain amazing. I'll miss you eminem!

Biography

Born: October 17, 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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