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Eminem Presents The Re-Up [VINYL] Import


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  • Vinyl (23 Jun 2014)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Commercial Marketing
  • ASIN: B000IHY9SY
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (26 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 196,672 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Shady Narcotics (Intro) - Eminem
2. We're Back - Eminem
3. Pistol Pistol (Remix) - Obie Trice
4. Murder - Bizarre
5. Everything Is Shady - Cashis
6. The Re-Up - Eminem
7. You Don't Know - 50 Cent
8. Jimmy Crack Corn - Eminem
9. Trapped - Proof
10. Whatever You Want - Mr. Porter
11. Talkin' All That - Cashis
12. By My Side - Stat Quo
13. We Ride For Shady - Obie Trice
14. There He Is - Bobby Creekwater
15. Tryin' Ta Win - Stat Quo
16. Smack That (Remix) - Akon
17. Public Enemy #1 - Eminem
18. Get Low - Stat Quo
19. Ski Mask Way (Eminem Remix) - 50 Cent
20. Shake That (Remix) - Nate Dogg
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By dynamitekid156 VINE VOICE on 19 April 2008
Format: Audio CD
Eminem may well be one of the greatest rappers ever. Despite the less than stellar Encore album being his last proper album to date, his reputation is already cemented based on its three predecessors and he will forever be remembered for that. Then why does he choose to surround himself with such mediocre peers?

Em's crew, which takes in the ultra-offensive D12, 50 Cent's mostly awful G-Unit and the likes of newcomers like Bobby Creekwater, all pile into this mixtape-a-like album that doesn't really gain Eminem much ground following Encore. This isn't an Eminem album, this is an album that is executive produced by Eminem, and quite frankly, production is not Marshall Mathers' strong suit. His basslines and beats are almost always far too weak and his taste for octave vocals grates after a while, but here we are with almost a whole album produced by him.

Coupled with the death of Proof, this album was made under less than auspicious circumstances. In hindsight, it's probably about as good as it could be considering. Too many of the songs - D12's 'Murder,' the title track and the late Proof's contribution - sound like sketches or weak filler for the individuals' own albums and as previously mentioned, Eminem's production is often uninspired. Even his own rhymes are below par, as while his multi-faceted, intricate style melds effortlessly to all of these beats, he doesn't really mention a great deal of his recent life events, which could all have made for fascinating listening.

Luckily, the album's not a complete bust. Fantastic lead single 'You Don't Know' is probably the album's best song, its thudding drums and party atmosphere a welcome change to the otherwise fairly grey atmosphere.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By LT Twalo on 1 Dec 2008
Format: Audio CD
While everyone was debating whether Jay-Z's Kingdom Come would mark the resurrection of Hip-hop, the Gatman & Robin duo of 50 Cent & Eminem released "You Don't Know" featuring proteges Lloyd Banks and Ca$his to radio and watched it rise up the pop charts. It had been a long time since a non-Dance rap track had climbed so high up in the charts. Probably not since Eminem's "When I'm Gone" in '05. Such is the power of the man and it got me thinking that if anyone can 'save' hip-hop from hip-hop its Eminem, because he doesn't have to make you dance to make you listen. Maybe other rappers will start to believe that they do not have to make snap music to sell.

Em and Alchemist play it clever by including 4 remixes and a couple of single verse tracks to give the tape a real mixtape feel and as far as original beats are concerned Eminem continues to improve. He maintains the style he has become famous for but he experiments more with the instruments (even including some beat boxing on the title track) to great effect. Alchemist & Dr. Dre contribute a couple of gems and the rest is from some kids I never heard off but I'll definitely keep an eye on.

The biggest question for most fans is whether after doing it all musically and having a private life that rivals any soap opera (marriage, divorce, drugs, retirement, deaths etc.) does he (Eminem) still have it. Unfortunately we'll have to wait for an album before we can fully answer that question but this mixtape gives us hope that he can remain relevant. The full spectrum of the MC's skills are on display on here albeit in quick fixes, Slim Shady with the humour, Marshall Mathers showing off his serious side.
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8 of 10 people found the following review helpful By A. C. Gardner on 5 Dec 2006
Format: Audio CD
This was supposed to be released as a mixtape and for that reason people need to be aware that he has that mixtape flow to which works extremely well here! First eminem is awesome on this album no more of that 'ass like that' nonsense he had on encore and finally some serious flow! This gives me hope that eminems next album really will work if he stays away from some of the stupid rap he sometimes does! All the tracks with 50 are great to the way he sells his flow and the verses he drops!

One of the great things as well is the introduction of some of the newer artists, i'm not gonna mention obie as although he is good his flow just doesn't work for me! Out of the new additions Ca$his is quality real southern rhymes being sold with that southern attitude! Bobby creekwater also stands out as a great new rapper on the shady label! Judging by this mixtape i'm expecting big things from the shady camp in 2007!

To summarize every rapper on this tape nails it from start to finish with some great production and lyrics, this is highly recommended!
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By ATM on 10 Aug 2009
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
The thing that made me smile was how serious they looked in the photographs (or how stupid they looked, trying to look serious!). Though one question I have to ask...What does Re-Up actually mean? The US series The Wire used that expression in one of their episodes but they didn't expand on what it meant, All I know it has something to do with drug use.
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12 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Glenak on 4 Dec 2006
Format: Audio CD
Forget Encore; Slim Shady is back. And his back at his finest. This mixtape/album is meant to promote Eminem's Shady/Aftermath comrades, and it does it well. Stat Quo, Cashis, Bobby Creek, 50 Cent, and D12 are sick on all their respective tracks. But not iller than the King himself - Mr Mathers.

Fans of Eminem will be glad to know that there's less goofing around on this album, and more fire-spitting. Eminem takes it personal with "No Appologies" and kills in "Publick Enemy #1"

I'm really impressed with this work. Shows that Em's still got it in him. Most especially, it shows that there's a lot of talent in Shady Records.
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