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11 Feb 2014

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Product details

  • Original Release Date: 5 Nov. 2004
  • Release Date: 5 Nov. 2004
  • Label: Polydor Associated Labels
  • Copyright: (C) 2004 Aftermath Entertainment/Interscope Records
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  • Total Length: 1:16:53
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  • ASIN: B001MXYVEK
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (122 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 10,069 in Albums (See Top 100 in Albums)

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3.8 out of 5 stars

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By "ryanorocks" on 10 Nov. 2004
Format: Audio CD
i love most of this album because generally the songs are comical,political and fresh,but em has let the world down on certain songs with stupid voices,i am a true em and 2pac fan and i am worried that 2pac's new album loyal to the game will have poorly produced songs by eminem.buy the album because there are good songs,just don't expect another eminem show
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20 of 23 people found the following review helpful By New Kid in Town on 19 Nov. 2004
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The much anticipated return album, is a mixed bag of Eminem at his best and at his worst. Tracks like "Mosh" seething with righteous rage, the stirring/disturbing "Spend some time" and truly moving "Mockingbird" really shine through. Even the marching beat between the chorus refrain of "Like toy soiders" works well, even though on first listen it sounds like it shouldn't! People can knock "Just lose it", but it has a great melody and although Jackson is too easy a target, how can you wacth the video and not smirk?! However, "Puke", "Rain man" and "Big Weenie" are adolscent lyrical nonsense that fail to excite , let alone offend, accompanied by possibly the worst melodies Em has ever committed to disc! Thankfully they are sandwiched in the middle of the CD so you can neatly skip forward!The thing is Eminem has not made a truly consistent album since "the Slim Shady LP", although the excellent "Eminem Show" came very close. However, his albums are always worth getting for the truly great stuff that makes the bulk. This CD is no exception!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By "diemoby" on 18 Nov. 2004
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Eminem is one of the most controversial people in music today and thats because is so good at what he does so people are gonna end up hearing what he talks and raps about. The album is not his best but its certainly worth buying there are good and bad things about this album the good things are songs like Like Toy Soldirs, Mosh, Yellow Brick Road and Evil Deeds that realy show off his political and artistic skills, Big Weenie and ASS Like That are to of the funnist songs I have ever heard from Eminem. The bad things about this album are that it cuts of from being serious to silly to quickly some of the beats are to simaler and theres just not enough strong songs to call this another classic from eminem in a way it is his worst album but his other three are so good that even if it is his worst its still very good. I must say that i am a metal music fan but I cant help but like what eminem brings out hes talanted and you cant deny talent I fill that it doesnt always matter what music you do as long as your good at what you do.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 19 Nov. 2004
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As the title explains i believe that eminem already reached his peak on the release of the Marshall Mathers LP. If everyone carrys on comparing everyone of his albums with The marshall mathers LP then he will be under constant critisim. He will never write an album like that. as then he was full of rage and truly passionate about what he was writing. A man on top of his game for years will not make an album like that. what you must do with this album is judge it on its own merits not compare it to his previous works. judging this as a stand alone album this is a great album. not excellent but definatly worth buying. the tracks where he truly shows his genius are "like toy soliers" "yellow brick road" "mocking bird" and "encore". when you buy this dont expect full raw intentsity and passion of the marshall mathers lp but expect a more cleverly written and deeper experiance that may not to be to everyones taste but my opinion is that he is still on top form
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 21 Nov. 2004
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He has been away for a while but he is back with a bang. This album is perhaps not as angery as his others but i think its more emotional. Mockingbird and Spend some time are fantastic. Very slow and em tells us about his past and his life. However the politics of today have been expressed in Mosh, where we find that em was anti-war and anti-george w. 50 cent, Dre, Obie, and D12 all feature but i think that Mockingbird stands out.
He is very open about the life his daughter has and how he has worked to provide the best life for her. Anyway,... there is some referances to his life with Kim and the incident where 50 got in a shot out.... I think that it is a better album than The marshall mathers lp, even though it has recieved nothing like the hype.
And done worry he is not going away forever and he really does like michael jackson. Roll on D-TOX!!!!!!!!!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By S. Yaqub on 20 Feb. 2005
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When I first heard this album it felt as if I was listening to his previous effort 'The Eminem Show', as some songs did show a similarity with one another. This is more light-hearted shady stuff, with a few elements of crude pop-culture/political satire on paedophilia (Just Lose It, Ass Like That) which are pretty funny in a way, Like Toy Soliders is probably the standout track along with Yellow Brick Road and Mosh. For me Mocking Bird was just a poor rehash of Hailie's Song as it did not have the catchiness of the original effort. His collaborations with other rappers on the album (Never Enough, with 50 Cent) and Spend Some Time was pretty good. Apart from a few letdowns this is an OK effort but also Mr. Mathers' weakest. Hopefully his next album would be a bit more original like his last three excellent masterpieces.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By A. J. Tsintas on 20 May 2009
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One of the greatest fell off. That's what the sound of this offering tells us. 'Mosh' is reasonable and 'Never Enough' is quite good and that's it, seriously that's it. The rest is ridiculous peurile nonsense that Eminem has got away with before because it was funny but not any more.

What's wierd is that around this time he guested on 'We Aint' on 'The Documentary' from The Game and 'Gatman and Robbin' on 'The Massacre' by 50 cent and blew them both away, yet his own stuff is this paltry.

Only once have I ever felt this let down by an idol, that was when Prince Naseem Hamed decided not to make a decent comeback after being taught a lesson by Barrera. The difference here is that Eminem has done this to himself.
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