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Encore [Explicit]
 
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Encore [Explicit]

11 Feb. 2014 | Format: MP3

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Product details

  • Original Release Date: 1 Jan. 2004
  • Release Date: 11 Feb. 2014
  • Label: Polydor Associated Labels
  • Copyright: (C) 2004 Aftermath Entertainment/Interscope Records
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  • Total Length: 1:16:53
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  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • ASIN: B001MXYVEK
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars 136 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 10,492 in Albums (See Top 100 in Albums)

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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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The wait is over, the follow up to The Eminem Show is here and has been greeted with various different responses.
Many have said it's ok, but not up to his previous releases. In my opinion i think many people are missing the point and idea behind the album.
Before hearing the album i was desperately hoping Eminem wouldn't have made another 'D12 World' album, lame, long and uninspired. Thankfully he hasn't, for the first time in a long time Eminem goes it alone, and it shows.
First listen the album seems strange in comparison to anything Eminem has done before, the songs are more melodic and the lyrics are slightly different, but don't be fooled - this is merely a distorted interpretation of his previous recordings. From The Slim Shady Lp through to Encore we see Eminem evolving his style - comical on Slim Shady, Emotional on Marshall Mathers, Pissed off on Eminem Show and finally Mature on Encore.
Songs such as 'Toy Soldiers' and 'Evil Deeds' are instant classics, making them radio friendly, but deeper songs such as 'Mosh' and 'Spend Some Time' show real versitility within his style, relying more on emotion and pure energy. He even revisits his comical side on 'Ass Like That' which is one of the best songs featured, as Eminem changes his accent, fantastic.
All in all, buy the CD, make your own mind up, in my opinion the other reviews are way off course, see what YOU think
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I bought this album a few days back and have not been disappointed. This is a high class album with some real classics in.
To put a few things straight: If you want another Marshal Mathers LP, this isnt it. It is more along the lines of the Eminem Show, with some more heart-full tracks mixed in to give it a unique edge. This album is better produced than any of his previous albums, perhaps not as experimental and innovative - but lets be honest he's already milked innovation dry - but lyrics still leave you sitting in silence moments after the CD finishes.
Yes there are 1 or 2 fillers (namely 'Ass Like That' and 'Big Weenie'), but it's not worth putting the album down over. Trust me, I hate a bad albums as much as anyone else but this is seriously another classic.
'Like Toy Soldiers' and 'Spend Some Time' are my favourites right now but every Eminem fan knows that it changes to your mood...
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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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Eminem is an amazingly talented rapper who (in my humble opinion) shows his talent much more when he's rapping about his past or when he's very serious. For example, compare one of his joke songs just lose it with loose yourself, one of his most serious songs. See what i mean? One is horribly pop, and the other one is one of the best rap songs ever written. Encore has more 'funny' songs that have no lyrical content than songs with lyrics that make sense.

2. Evil Deeds 5/10 doesnt show eminems skills at all

3. Yellow Brick Road 10/10 this song grows on you, at first i didnt like it but now it's my favourite song on encore

4. Like Toy Soldiers 9/10 Eminem talks about his beefs with other writers

5. Mosh 7/10 1st single of this album, but eminem isn't zach dela rocha, and he can't rap politically for his life

6. Puke 2/10 the song IS puke

7. my first single 0/10 even worse than puke

9. rain man 5/10 ordinary

10. big weenie 0/10 around as bad as my first single

12. just lose it 5/10 another ordinary 'funny pop' song by eminem

13. Ass like that 7/10 funny.

14. Mockingbird 8/10 everybodys favourite eminem song...not mine tho

15. Crazy in love 4/10 boring.

16. Encore 10/10 eminem, 50 cent, dr. dre-amazing finale

Eminem has matured, and you can easily see that from his serious songs such as encore, mockingbird, like toy soldiers, and yellow brick road, but his stupid filler songs spoil it all.
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