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Editors’ Notes

Eminem is supported by a cadre of veteran producers who provide The Marshall Mathers LP with many of its most exhilarating moments. 45 King loops a Dido sample to unexpectedly mesmerizing effect on “Stan” while Dr. Dre drapes large portions of the The Marshall Mathers LP in impeccable, shimmering production. The Marshall Mathers LP a true classic.

Customer Reviews

They Call Me Slim Shady, I'm Back, I'm Back

This is an amazing CD. The first Eminem CD I bought was Encore. I really liked it so I bought The Eminem Show which I adored. Then I got The MMLP and SSLP at the same time. At first I thought this album was a little too strange. Then, like so many other people, I listened to it again. Then I appreciated just how awesome and mind-blowing it was. Some songs are serious, others are comical. Sometimes you can’t tell whether he really does mean to be serious or whether it’s just a joke. All the songs are great so it’s impossible to list them in order from best to worse. Here are the hits: The Real Slim Shady- The catchiest song ever. The lyrics are genius and the hook/chorus is awesome. The Way I Am- A serious song about people telling him what and what not to do. He talks about his fans invading his personal life and how that’s just the way he is. Stan (probably my favorite song ever)- About a crazy fan who commits suicide because Eminem didn’t answer any of his letters. Here’s the rest of the songs (note, if I told you how good each song was each time it would take too long and I’d probably run out of words, so I just gave descriptions): Kill You- A comical and violent song. Who Knew- A catchy song with a catchy chorus. Remember Me- I don’t like the guest appearances, but Eminem’s part shines (again). I’m Back- Another catchy song with a catchy chorus. Marshall Mathers- He talks about how he’s a regular guy. Best lyrics. This is one of the songs where you don’t know whether he’s serious or not. Ballad- Comical dance-ish song. Amityville- A good tune. B Please 2- A lot of famous guest appearances, which is good, but I’d rather see more Eminem. Under the Influence- A joking, catchy song. Criminal- About how people think he’s a criminal. Words cannot describe how amazing any of these songs are. Bonus points because it's explicit. Buy this CD

Eminem Rules!

Eminem is the best rapper alive, hands down.

Great Album

Slim has another classic album. I didn't like it at first but I listined to it again I liked it A LOT more. The Real Slim Shady & Kill You are really catchy. Stan & The Way I Am are just Shady classics. Em picked out the best rappers to be featured on here like Dre, Snoop, D12, & Xzibit. Remember Me? is a song I used to hate but now I appreciate it & how he picked 2 awsome rappers to join him: RBX & Stinky Fingaz. Amityville & Drug Ballad are haunting songs that are one of a kind. Who Knew & I'm Back are funny and odd but that combination works here. Under the Influence I found long but I still liked it. Finally Kim, I like Puke(in the Encore cd) better than this but, well you know all ready what I'm going to say so; Bye!


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, he had music...
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