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Mr. T. J. Parkes "wutangkillamonkey"

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Tical 0: The Prequel
Tical 0: The Prequel
Price: £6.80

1.0 out of 5 stars Real dissapointing, ignore this, 29 May 2007
This review is from: Tical 0: The Prequel (Audio CD)
After all the years of waiting this was a real let down. Any real fans of Meth and the Wutang sound will want to give this one a miss.

The Eminem Show
The Eminem Show
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Price: £4.49

8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Eminems best, most angry and overall most complete album..., 30 July 2004
This review is from: The Eminem Show (Audio CD)
Hard to think that Eminem mangaed to follow up the superb Marshall Mathers with an equally excellent, hell I'd go as far to say 'better' album.
It's not the Eminem that most pop fans are used too, a more nasty, angry and intelligent side of his personality. The rhymes and the beats are second to none, makes you realise how dull and generic most commercial rap is these days.
Mathers realy shows off his incredible lyrical talent and rhyming skills on all the tracks, I'd go as far to say that all the tracks are worth listening too and even on repeated listens you shouldn't find yourself skipping tunes which is something I'd say can't be said for his previous albums. There's less collabarations with other artists and thank god there isn't too much D-12 on the album holding up the proceedings.
I wouldn't say there's really any stand-out tracks on the album, they're all on the same excellent level, but I also wouldn't say there's any tracks that manage to top for me his greatest tune 'The way I am' not necessarily a massive problem though as the album is a hell of a lot more consistent than previous albums.
Overall an excellent album that I highly recommend, if you've shunned Mathers to this day as being a pop wannabe then I really suggest you give this album a try, his lyrical talents are really 2nd to none and the production of the album is superb. A really angry and dark Shady is on offer with very few comedy tracks that I feel kinda held up the previous albums, hope to see more work to this quality by Mathers in the future.

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