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The Marshall Mathers LP (U.K. Only)
 
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The Marshall Mathers LP (U.K. Only)

4 Feb. 2014 | Format: MP3

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Product details

  • Original Release Date: 1 Jan. 2000
  • Release Date: 4 Feb. 2014
  • Label: Polydor Associated Labels
  • Copyright: (C) 2000 Interscope Records
  • Record Company Required Metadata: Music file metadata contains unique purchase identifier. Learn more.
  • Total Length: 1:17:03
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  • ASIN: B001KWIRCU
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars 314 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 5,478 in Albums (See Top 100 in Albums)

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An album that is truly harrowing and dramatic. An album which is also fantasically comical and self-deprecating. Eminem is possibly the most intelligent contempory artist in music today. This album is brilliant and every music lover should own it.
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Wow! This album broke down boundaries like no other in recent times. I'm a heavy metal fan & don't really enjoy rap, hip-hop or whatever u wanna call it.

But this one blew me away. Before this i thought eminem was a comedy act. The album is stunning though. It's not just rap, it's a masterpiece in storytelling. Young Marshall certainly had a lot on his mind & what a way to let it out!

This is not rap, rock, pop or any kind of stereotype, it's a modern day popular music masterpiece. Stan is amazing & without it, a dull lady called Dido wouldn't have ever appeared (Marshall - report to my office now!!!). Still, complete & utter genius.

It's a work of art. Stan is one of my top 3 tracks ever and, coming from a metal fan, this is saying something.

This album transcends genres, race and generations. It's just a shame that M&M hasn't gotten close to this kind of quality since :(
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The release of The Marshall Mathers LP must have driven a whole bunch of Eminem-haters crazy because, with this second album, Eminem proved he was here to stay. In my opinion, this is the best of Eminem’s first three albums, taking the rap and hip-hop up more than a few notches from the already lofty heights attained in The Slim Shady LP. This artist’s unique personal flair really bursts forth here, giving us beats and rhymes much more complex and musically adept than what had come before. In addition, Eminem has by now thoroughly come into his own. He is intentionally courting controversy, daring his critics and those who would love to have him censored or simply locked away somewhere to step outside with everything they have. Those who will look underneath the violence and the swearing and the offensive remarks Eminem makes in his lyrics will find a deeply complex person with something important to say, a man who does, in his own special way, highlight the kind of real problems many young people face in the modern world, and the accusing fingers he points in all directions often serve to highlight the problems inherent in the individual and society itself. And, as he is wont to say, he is the only person brave enough to say these things.
This album hits the floor running with Kill You, a track announcing to the world Eminem’s confidence in himself and rejection of authority and criticism. This level of comfort and confidence proves a great boon to the next track Stan, a song in which he reverses roles and plays the innocent good guy who is too late to help a deeply troubled fan.
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Ok, so Eminem swears too much and holds some opinions most of us would disagree with wholeheartedly. Look past this and all the controversy and you will see a very talented musician and lyricist. The Marshall Mathers LP is raw, powerful rap music at its best.
Eminem is a brave musician who is not afraid to speak what he feels, whether we agree with him or not. In these days of political spin and image it is refreshing to see such openess and honesty. One of Eminem's qualities for me is that he is never afraid to mock himself and does so on all his albums. The humour in this album, brought by Eminem's quick wit and skill for impression is second to none. The Real Slim Shady is a prime example of this, and the South Park take off "Kids" at the end is hilarious. It contrasts with the darker moments to make them even more powerful. The highlight of the album is undoubtedly Stan - a brilliant original piece of music with some of the most powerful, frightening lyrics you are ever likely to here. However, almost every song on the album is strong, although I am not a fan of Amityville. Kim is a very disturbing song and not easy to listen to but it is certainly powerful and makes you think.
Unfortunatly events like Eminem describes on this album, such as in Kim, happen in the real world and I think it is brave and quite right of Eminem to remind us all of this. Who said music had to be easy listening, or that you had to agree with everything an artist does? The Beatles advocated taking drugs - I couldn't disagree more with them but it does not mean their music is not of value. Ok, so Eminem is more extreme than most, but then so is society these days. Perhaps we need the likes of Eminem to wake us up to reality these days.
Musically the album is flawless.
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I remember listening to this album in secondary school, and whilst I was (and still am) not a massive fan of rap/hip hop/whatever every now and then an artist comes along, that no matter what you're taste or distaste in genre is, you simply can't ignore and have to appreciate a talent of this magnitude. I'm a rock and metal fan mostly, but this album sits firmly and proudly amongst my pretty big guitar-driven album collection and is in no way regarded as 'guilty pleasure' - simply because it is just so good, and said more than a decades-worth of scream/emo/metalcore pretenders ever will!
'The Marshall Mathers LP' shook the music industry in 2000 and would cement Eminem's place at the very top of the rap charts at the time.
Along with the 'Slim Shady LP,' this is Eminem at his finest. Unhinged, uncensored, brutally honest and at this point it seems unaffected by fame. 'The Eminem Show,' whilst having its moments ultimately marks the terminal decline in quality and sounds bloated and self-absorbed by comparison. This is without doubt Eminem's peak and rawest album.
If you were a teen at the cusp of the Millennium, like it or not, this was THE soundtrack of that time.
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