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The Eminem Show

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Reseña de álbum

It's all about the title. First time around, Eminem established his alter ego, Slim Shady — the character who deliberately shocked and offended millions, turning Eminem into a star. Second time at bat, he turned out The Marshall Mathers LP, delving deeper into his past while revealing complexity as an artist and a personality that helped bring him an even greater audience and much, much more controversy. Third time around, it's The Eminem Show — a title that signals that Eminem's public persona is front and center, for the very first time. And it is, as he spends much of the album commenting on the media circus that dominated on his life ever since the release of Marshall Mathers. This, of course, encompasses many, many familiar subjects — his troubled childhood; his hatred of his parents; his turbulent relationship with his ex-wife, Kim (including the notorious incident when he assaulted a guy who allegedly kissed her — the event that led to their divorce); his love of his daughter, Hailie; and, of course, all the controversy he generated, notably the furor over his alleged homophobia and his scolding from Lynne Cheney, which leads to furious criticism about the hypocrisy of America and its government. All this is married to a production very similar to that of its predecessor — spare, funky, fluid, and vibrant, punctuated with a couple of ballads along the way. So, that means The Eminem Show is essentially a holding pattern, but it's a glorious one — one that proves Eminem is the gold standard in pop music in 2002, delivering stylish, catchy, dense, funny, political music that rarely panders (apart from a power ballad "Dream On" rewrite on "Sing for the Moment" and maybe the sex rap "Drips," that is). Even if there is little new ground broken, the presentation is exceptional — Dre never sounds better as a producer than when Eminem pushes him forward (witness the stunning oddity "Square Dance," a left-field classic with an ominous waltz beat) and, with three albums under his belt, Eminem has proven himself to be one of the all-time classic MCs, surprising as much with his delivery as with what he says. Plus, the undercurrent of political anger — not just attacking Lynne Cheney, but raising questions about the Bush administration — gives depth to his typical topics, adding a new, spirited dimension to his shock tactics as notable as the deep sentimental streak he reveals on his odes to his daughter. Perhaps the album runs a little too long at 20 songs and 80 minutes and would have flowed better if trimmed by 25 minutes, but that's a typical complaint about modern hip-hop records. Fact is, it still delivers more great music than most of its peers in rock or rap, and is further proof that Eminem is an artist of considerable range and dimension.

Reseñas de clientes

Da Best

This is Eminem's best album he's made. Every song is awsome an has a rememberable beat. I've listened to it the most out of my CD's. The best songs are (in no order): Cleanin' Out Ny Closet, Square Dance, Without Me, Sing For The Moment, Hailie's Song, When The Music Stops, My Dad's Gone Crazy & Drips. So to sum things up, GET THIS ALBUM!!!

Haters!

Haters, imagine this guy? This guy has put so much effort into this album and his hellish life. After having his daughter deprived from him, having a wife that won't get off is back, and haters that humiliate him like you, are too much for Shady to handle. Give him some slack once and a while! Besides, this guy has amazing lyrics nobody has ever matched. Shady is a legend no one will forget. Shady doesn't have to sing, but at least he tried! Listen to Hailie's song (You'll never know just by the sample)! You don't have to like Eminem, just don't insult him. He's better than any of you haters, and he would wipe you all over the floor in rapping any time! Everyone has their strengths and weakness's anyway.

eminems best

i have listened to all of eminems cd's. not because i love him, because i really liked this one. this one by far is better than encore, a little better than the marshall mathers lp, and completely different than the slim shady lp. - white america (8.5/10) good song, alot like mosh - business (10/10) catchy as hell - cleanin out my closet (8.5/10) i personallly think its not as good as everybody else, but good nontheless - square dance (9/10) nice beat - soldier (8.5/10) reminds me of the way i am. - say goodbye to hollywood (8/10) not my favorite, but ok - drips (3/10) eh... - without me (8.5/10) u shud know this song - sing for the moment (9/10) good song, like how it uses dream on - superman (9/10) dirty lyrics wise but a good song - halie's song (9.5/10) eminem takes it slow and ends up w/ good results - when the music stops (10/10) so good, d12 along w/ eminem - say what u say (9/10) heavy beat, gotta love dre - 'till i collapse (10/10) possibly my favorite - my dad's gone crazy (9/10) the lyrics are so funny

Biografía

Nacido/a: St. Joseph, MO, 17 de octubre de 1972

Género: Hip-Hop/Rap

Años de actividad: '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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