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Eminem returns with yet another lyrical masterpiece,
This review is from: Without Me (Audio CD)
This borrows a lot from the more humorous style of D12's album i.e. purple pills and continues the Eminem tradition of releasing the albums least serious track first like with My Name Is and The Real Slim Shady. This is Eminem at his funniest and it's incredible he can still write lyrics like this without sounding repetitive and boring, and if this is an accurate guide to how good the album will be then I will be first in line for that as well. Oh and this has one of the best base lines I have heard in a long time you will be nodding your head all the way home to this infectous beat.