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  • Audio CD (5 Nov. 2013)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • Label: Polydor Group
  • ASIN: B00FKAA4DS
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (320 customer reviews)
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The Marshall Mathers LP 2 is the eighth studio album from trailblazing rapper Eminem. The album features guest appearances from singers Skylar Grey, Rihanna, and Fun frontman Nate Ruess, with the only other rapper appearing on the album being Eminem's Aftermath label-mate Kendrick Lamar.

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I liked Camille Paglia's review of the album in the Sunday Times, the subheading was 'Forget Lady Gaga. Eminem is the only true artist working in pop today'.

Coming from a feminist her endorsement of Eminem - as if he or any of us needed it! - is still satisfying in a ... yeah, you got the message kind of way. Here's what she said:
"His new album, with all its tormented veering between craving and disgust dramatically demonstrates how much deeper Eminem’s view of women is than that of his rap precursors and peers, who are stuck in tedious formulas of male sexual prowess and booty-wagging female compliance".

Good to see people who would be against on principle 'getting' it. Eminem get's it because he has that rare talent to see inside his own culture as an outside - you have to live it to know it but making a separation from it to 'see it' is harder - that's why some artists don't rise above the posturing...

I like Camille Paglia's comparison between Gaga and Eminem "Gaga with her constant costume that fatigues the eye. Eminem in his simple hoodie looks like an ascetic monk, fed on apparitions and devoted to art" but not for the reason she makes it... the fact she sees the similarities as significant enough to compare reveals more about her focus on iconic female artists like Gaga and Madonna where image becomes the principal point of analysis... Eminem has always had more substance the fact he is still delivering is a mark of true greatness.

Only someone It is an odd comparison - one is about
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I hate reviews of albums after just one or two listens. I've had this since release day and listened to the album dozens of times. I've even bought the bonus tracks seperately and feel in a position to give it a true opinion.

There are some truly amazing songs/rhymes/raps, whatever you want to call it. Berzerk is a modern master piece, Rap God demonstrates his unrivalled lyrical prowess, Headlights shows his maturity, Love Game shows his skills in identifying identifying great artists to collaborate with as well as fusing alternate music styles with rap and pulling it off spectacularly. Other tracks such as Bad Guy and So Much Better show that he can still write cynical songs like those which brought him in to uber fame on the original MMLP. Monster and Survial show he can still write popular singles which get regular mainstream air play. Couple of experimental songs such as Evil Twin and Stronger Than I Was provide extra material which are more for the super Eminem Fans as well. I felt that Recovery was a fantastic album, but lyrically not as cynical or as controversial as his previous material and was worried that he had mellowed in his later years. Not so with MMLP2. Whilst it's not as offensive as the original, it's certainly on a par if not stronger than Relapse. This is certainly what Eminem fans want to hear!

Top drawer and I just hope there are several more albums to come from the Rap God.
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Firstly, ignore the one star reviews; they're more than likely written by people who became Eminem 'fans' after hearing his 'Recovery'. I personally hated 'Recovery', what good is a recovery if he fumbles it? (Eminem's words, not mine!)Kids these days don't know what rap is. They think because they grew up listen to pop 'rap' that that's what it is. Eminem unfortunately made Recovery very pop like and so that just cemented their opinion on it. I feel like I can give a fair review from the point of view of someone whose been an Eminem fan for many years, heard all his albums and prefer his older ones. (In order I would say: Eminem Show, MMLP1, SSLP, Relapse, Encore, Recovery.) I haven't included Infinite as it wasn't officially released on CD and isn't part of my collection, although I have heard and do listen to it at times).

Onto this album... It's definitely a relief after what was a horrible album in 'Recovery'. It's also his best album since Eminem Show. I actually find it hard to criticize this album as even the 'worst' songs on the album in my opinion are still good and fun to listen to. It's certainly a more mature Eminem who wrote this album as you will hear from some of his songs and lyrics. Also in answer to the dumb people saying 'this isn't a sequel to MMLP2', Eminem emphasized in interviews how it wasn't a 'sequel' as such, more of a revisit and you can definitely hear it. There's nostalgia everywhere. (SPOILER ALERT****) For one, the opening song is sequel to 'Stan'. One of the tracks on this album uses a modified version of Criminal from MMLP1. Also There's almost a second song of 'Kim', but written from Kim's perspective. Finally, there are a few references through his lyrics that take you back to the old days.
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Yes personally, I would rather listen to this than to the old Marshall Mathers LP. Let me explain...

I've been an Eminem fan from about 6 months before he hit world fame with the "My Name Is.." single. (I.e. from the Slim Shady EP). At the time I thought that the Marshall Mathers LP was his best work to date with lots of absolute stand out gems that I hardly need to list. However, I also thought it was inconsistent and I tended to skip quite a few of the later tracks. I also thought that "The Eminem Show" was a better album.

Fast forward and we've had the enjoyable but lyrically weaker "Encore". The delightfully deranged but not quite return-to-form that was "Relapse", and the overly "pop" and unsatisfying "Recovery".

Now Eminem is truly back with an album that is consistently excellent. I have listened to this over and over and I still can't get enough. Lyrically this could just be his strongest work ever. Just listen to "Rap God". It still has some pop choruses but the rapping is more old school and yet modern at the same time. The returning motifs from the first MMLP are fun to spot. This has an added maturity and the song "Headlights" gives me shivers every time I hear it. It is amazing!
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