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  • Audio CD (20 May 2015)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Explicit Lyrics, Soundtrack, Special Edition
  • Label: Import
  • ASIN: B00006ZY85
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (39 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 12,798 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Disc: 1
1. Lose Yourself - Eminem
2. Love Me - Eminem and 50 cent
3. 8 Mile - Eminem
4. Adrenaline Rush - Obie Trice
5. Places To Go - 50 Cent
6. Rap Game - D12
7. 8 Miles And Runnin' - Jay-X feat. Freeway
8. Spitshine - Xzibit
9. Time Of My Life (Album Version) - Macy Gray
10. U Wanna Be Me - NAS
See all 16 tracks on this disc
Disc: 2
1. Stimulate - Eminem
2. Rap Name - Obie Trice
3. Til I Collapse Freestyle - 50 Cent
4. Gangsta - Joe Beast
5. The Weekend - Brooklyn
6. California - Shaunta

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This special edition includes Shady Records bonus disk containing six extra unreleased tracks from Eminem, Obie Trice, 50 Cent and more. Also includes a unique code number for exclusive access to additional Eminem and 8 Mile content via Eminem web site.

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Exactly how Eminem was able to assemble so many credible emcees of today and yesteryear (Jay-Z, Rakim) to endorse his Holly'hood coming out party, 8 Mile, is anyone's guess. What is clear, however, is that (dare we say it) the Shady One might be growing up. On "Lose Yourself" Em abandons his callous, hardcore posturing to write thoughtful hood-centric coming-of-age lyrics that would make Melle Mel proud. On "Battle" Gang Starr's Guru tears through a sick beat from rap's most prolific producer DJ Premier. Sadly, Nas wastes more valuable studio time dissing Jay-Z (ho-hum) on "You Wanna Be Me". Interestingly, once you get past the living-legend love-in and peep the skills from Em's lesser-known Shady Records roster of below-ground wordsmiths--50 Cent ("Wanksta") or Obie Trice ("Adrenaline Rush"), you might urge Em to consider giving up his thespian pursuits to become a full-time record executive. Not even the baffling inclusion of Macy Gray's humdrum "Time of Your Life" can sink this project. --Dalton Higgins

Customer Reviews

4.3 out of 5 stars

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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Andre Mountain on 26 Mar. 2003
Format: Audio CD
'Music from and inspired by the motion picture' it says on the cover, but it seems that nearly all of the tracks are of the inspired kind, rather than some of the great music from the actual film. It sounds a bit harsh, but if it is the vibe of the film that you are after, you wont find it on this album - the older hip hop tracks that really characterise the film can be found on More Music From 8 Mile, the second CD from the film.
So what is the album like, apart from that? If you like modern rap music, you WILL like it, there are some great tracks by Nas, Xzibit, 50 Cent, and of course Eminem, whereas the rest are good to okay.
All in all, it's an okay album, but not worthy of more than three stars due to the fact that I dont really consider it to be a soundtrack to the film.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Andre Mountain on 12 Mar. 2003
Format: Audio CD
Anyone thinking about buying this CD should know that there are not many tracks on it from the actual film. If you are after Eminem's 'Lose Yourself' and some okay tracks by rappers such as Jay-Z, Nas, Rakim and Gangstarr, then you may like this CD, but if you are after some of the old school stuff as featured throughout the film, you should buy 'More Music From 8 Mile' which is the real soundtrack.
This is a good CD with some great tracks, but a soundtrack to the movie it ain't.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By "krono4eva" on 24 Sept. 2003
Format: Audio CD
Well, it certainly is a joy to see such a great variety of hip hop crammed into 1 CD, and that is hard to find sometimes. But Em is at his best here, with fantastic tracks like 'Lose yourself', '8 mile' and 'Rabbit run'. Em also introduces 2 of his latest signings- 50 cent and Obie Trice who both feature with Slim on the decent 'Love you' and also have some tracks on their own. Obie has the hardcore 'Adrenaline rush' and 50 has 'places to go' which unfortunately isn't very good but all is made up for on 'Wan*sta'. Xzibit also makes an appearence with the brill 'spit shine'. D12 are in the great track 'rap game' too!Plus(even though I'm not a fan of him)Jay Z comes in with his good track '8 miles and runnin'. The only dissapointments are the tracks by Macy Gray and Young Zee. No Dr Dre either. But overall this CD is a MUST HAVE for all Eminem/rap fans!
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By "sderboss" on 16 Jan. 2003
Format: Audio CD
Eminem has become one of the most important and influential figures in the music business and the rap industry. Having just released a new album a few months ago he now brings us a new double CD (including the Shady/Aftermath sampler). Eminem himself raps in 5 songs. The first single Loose yourself is a bomb (!) and one of the best rap songs yet. The second song (Love me) in which the master features his two apprentices 50 Cent and Obie Trice. Check out 50 Cent's verse. The other two Eminem tracks (8 mile, Run Rabbit Run) are also very good. All other artists show themselves from their best side (apart from the fairly weak NAS song). I recommend especially Adrenaline Rush, 8miles and running, Spitshine and Wanksta. Even the two non-hiphop tracks sfit in well with the rest of the CD. They manage to mirror the mood of the movie, the conflict between despair and hope, extremely well.
On the Shady/Aftermath sampler we can find a few nice surprises two. First of all the track Stimulate, Eminem's fifth on this OST. It was originally meant to be on the Eminem Show, but who cares as long as we get to hear it now. The Obie Trice track should sound familiar to people who already have the Eminem show. There is also an R&B track on the CD plus the 50 Cent freestyle to Eminem's Till I collapse beat. Unfortunately it's only about 1:30 long. You also get some special access to more Eminem material which I quite franckly didn't use yet!
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 4 Mar. 2003
Format: Audio CD
I love rap,but I've had this album a few days and I'm bored with it, lose yourself is good, and run rabbit run and a a few others. Wanksta by 50 cents was a typical example of a song that couldn't hold my attention and became backround music..What would have been nice would have been some stuff actually in the film! try it and see what you think.
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Format: Audio CD
As previous reviews have suggested, this compilation disc doesn't really do the job that its front cover claims, as the songs in the movie are pretty much absent. However, for Eminem fans and just rap fans, this is a release well worth buying, as the standard of quality is high throughout.

Obviously the most important material here is that of Eminem, most of which is exclusive to this disc. You get 'Lose Yourself,' one of his best and least profane tracks, with some of his finest rhymes, as well as the title track, a very classy track. There's also 'Rabbit Run,' later a b-side to 'Sing For The Moment,' a single three-minute verse that's more or less about having writer's block and a song with D12 that's well worth a look. It's all good material.

The other odds and ends that appear here are also mostly worth listening to. Whilst 50 Cent's contributions are worthless, as is his own material, there is a stellar track from Jay-Z, Nas and the legendary Rakim. All in all, whilst this disc is by no means 'music from and inspired by 8 mile,' it's simply a great rap compilation with some excellent rare Eminem songs on it. Put it in your collection with his four studio albums and greatest hits.
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