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The Marshall Mathers LP2 [Explicit]
The Marshall Mathers LP2 [Explicit]
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Don't be fooled by low ratings, 10 Nov. 2013
I am getting tired of hip hop snobs critically destroying good albums.

Let's get one thing straight, no one thinks that Eminem is an underground artist. Who would you write a 1 star review solely on the basis that a main stream hip hop artist has produced a commercial album??? I will tell you......snobs who think that the only hip hop worth listening to is HipHop that no one else has heard.

If you are seeking an underground album try RA The Rugged Man or Madchilds 2013 releases.

This is a typical Eminem album. Very homophobic, very personal and at times quite childish. But.....let's not forget how skillful this man can be. Monster will no doubt be number 1 and Rap God is my hip hop song of the year so far. The tune with label mate Kendrick Lemar is also quite impressive.

I take my hat of to him. I own all 8 of his albums
And this is top 3. If you already like Eminem you will no doubt appreciate this album.

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3 of 9 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars READ THIS, 18 July 2013
This review is from: Yeezus (Audio CD)
Expect to be surprised when you hear this album. West takes another completely different direction. Not his best album. I have had this in the car for a week and I am bored of it.

First of all do not expect any artwork when you buy this. You will receive a clear jewel case with an irritatingly difficult to remove orange sticker over the opening.

Inside the empty case is a plain disc(which side is the right way up) which as far as I am concerned contains nothing other then grating scraping sounds and checkout beeps with the occasional claim to being "God".

Lyrically it is what is to be expected of Kanye West these days, expensive cars and the mistreating of groupies.

There are however some nice sample and 2-3 songs I don't actually mind listening to.

This album is like marmite, you will either love it or hate it. Treat this as a mix tape and you will not be too disappointed. I would suggest you listen and download the tracks you like rather then buy a cd with no artwork which you will probably not like.
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