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Eminem: The Marshall Mathers LP 2 (Deluxe Edition)

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Brand new album from legendary rapper Eminem featuring the hit singles "Berzerk", "Rap God" and "The Monster" along with "Survival" the official song of Call of Duty: Ghosts. Executive produced by Dr. Dre & Rick Rubin.

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Disc 1: Album
 
1. Bad Guy (Parts 1 & 2)
Producers: S1 (of The Dividends); M-Phazes; STREETRUNNER; Vinny Venditto
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2. Parking Lot (Skit)
Producers: Eminem
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3. Rhyme Or Reason
Producers: Rick Rubin; Eminem
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4. So Much Better
Producers: Eminem; Luis Resto
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5. Survival
Producers: DJ Khalil
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6. Legacy
Producers: Emile Haynie
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7. Asshole
featuring Skylar Grey
Producers: Alex Da Kid; Eminem
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8. Berzerk
Producers: Rick Rubin
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9. Rap God
Producers: DVLP; Filthy
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10. Brainless
Producers: Eminem; Luis Resto
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11. Stronger Than I Was
Producers: Eminem; Luis Resto
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12. The Monster
featuring Rihanna
Producers: Frequency; Aalias
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13. So Far...
Producers: Rick Rubin
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14. Love Game
featuring Kendrick Lamar (of Black Hippy)
Producers: Rick Rubin
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15. Headlights
featuring Nate Ruess
Producers: Emile Haynie; Jeff Bhasker; Eminem
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16. Evil Twin
Producers: Sid Roams (Joey Chavez + Bravo)
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Disc 2: Bonus Tracks
 
1. Baby
Producers: Eminem; Luis Resto
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2. Desperation
featuring Jamie N Commons
Producers: Alex Da Kid
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3. Groundhog Day
Producers: Cardiak; Frank Dukes; Eminem
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4. Beautiful Pain
featuring Sia
Producers: Emile Haynie; Eminem
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5. Wicked Ways
Producers: Alex Da Kid
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Total Comments: 71
Name: (Posted: 9/15/2014 5:07:00 AM; Partial IP: 3.32.3.241)
Location: hamilton,ontario canada
Comment: Here's my problem with Eminem. Before he even dropped his first album apparently he stepped to the insane clown posse and esham promoting his ep and he handed violent j a flyer where ICP and esham were listed as guests (maybe) when j asked him about it saying he never asked them he goes well i'm asking you now where j was like no way and threw the flyer back at him, months later Eminem was on a radio station where ICP had a radio show and when asked about ICP he was like f*ck them buy my sh*t, then came icp's slim anus track where em retaliated by dissding on the marshall mathers album and bringin out blow up dolls of them, ICP then did nothing but a bitch thang and please don't hateme (the latter talks about j f*cking em's mom)apparently the feud was ended by proof of d12 and was settled. plus he has had stupid feuds with everybody from fred durst of limp bizkit to Christina agulera to everlast of house of pain, hell vanilla ice and violent challenged him to boxing matches and he punked out on both of them, in all honesty I don't think he's that great of a rapper,i have heard way better than him ,the only thing he's got is the mainstream credibility that thinks he 's good.other than that nothing else. plus apparently he did had something to say about ICP on his asshole track,whether it was a diss or not who cares?in my opinion he was pop right from the jumpstreet and to think that he's the saviour of hip hop in the modern times is bullsh*t.any really good underground rapper is either on an indepent label or putting it out themselves.good hip hop on major labels died when ice-t took cop killer off his body count album just to appease time warner and their shareholders yet he got no backup from them and he basically said f*ck'em i'll do this on my own. not to get off topic but just stating facts.as far as i'm concearned regardless f*ck EMINEM AND HIS POP f*ckING BULLsh*tUNDERGROUND 4LIFE!!!!!
Name: (Posted: 9/15/2014 2:33:00 AM; Partial IP: 02.132.144)
Location: KALi
Comment: There's obvious reason why underground Hip Hop fans say what they say, it's because the ones who are at least at the age of mid 30's and over have witnessed most of the Real Hip Hop that emerged from the Golden era and have studies the technicality of what makes a legend as a lyricist a classic timeless Superior Emcee, and it has to do with the style, persona of voice, and lyrical musicality, battle tested and a highly creative mind. And im sure lyricists in Hip Hop vocalization would rather call themselves Emcees instead of Rappers because they take it seriously. Of course Rapping is a pop mainstream media term in that respect and the term Emceeing has more of a respectable history since the inception of Hip Hop. The industry in terms of the business referrers to the term Rapping because most Rappers that are trendy that are up to date at the time are mostly in it for the business/selling out and that is for the most part the case for pop mainstream rap. There is no such thing as pop mainstream Emceeing because the mainstream industry corporate big labels would rather have the political power to control Rappers as puppets no matter how much they try to down play the issue and use PR and rebuttal image control to try to back sh*t up. Emcees control the crowd cause they are the Masters of Ceremony, not the CEO of a corporate Big Label. Rappers could care less of what you think of them regardless of them saying they donít care of the money they make but in actuality the majority of Rappers and their peers show off their property in Reality tv shows as they collect Millions of Dollars in checks and royalties even if their the type to keep their personal life out of the limelight. If a Rapper is on a big corporate label that focuses on pop mainstream, they have much better resources to promotions, distributions, and popularity rankings in pop charts for acknowledgement for the pop music audience supporters who are pretty much mindless consumer zombies because they are obligated to be up on the new new sh*t trendy sh*t regardless of no relation to the historical foundation and references of the true Hip Hop culture. Just about any Hip Hop vocalist can become a rapper if they were offered to sign to a Corporate pop mainstream rap label, just as long as you reflect the image of a big label corporate posterboy sucking big label CEO d*ck of that big corporate label. The Emceeing skills in the underground Hip Hop scene are abundant and most of them focus on the art of verbal vocalizing to perfect their craft. Emcees take the art of vocalizing seriously with references of foundational historical styles and evolve the style in accordance to their persona to innovate history. In my opinion Big label pop mainstream rappers are puppets who like to act out a false image of financial security when they actually splurge disregarding their financial adviser, really they donít have one thatís why they end up bankrupt after their one hit wonder songs and after they spent their cash advance in typical manner. Thatís why they are always on standby waiting to suck more of that big label CEO d*ck. So a rapper in a Big Corporate mainstream label wouldn't have the time to use their brain cells and mind to use because they have a staff of writters to edit their verses or maybe just ghost writers who write stupid sh*t for these puppets to rap not knowing these ghost writers are making them sound stupid and without making any sense and the consumer zombies wouldnít even have know it and still think its cool. Its funny how these consumer zombies think while not knowing being stupid literally is cool, the big labels want to target a group of people (mindless zombie consumers) to trick them to think that something silly is cool and trendy and hip. Remember critical thinking against the mainstream grain isn't what the industry wants for rap music (anti-establishment should be in the right hands with a good cause and donít get mislead by those who spin sh*t around and get things twisted), they usually use the uneducated mindless numbers for politics, exploitation and economical gain. Also remember its not what you earn,but its what you keep. You can be smart and still be literally dumb with out careful and necessary research, or you can be wise and then the smart will hate you if they are not intriguedÖ because they are too caught up in being competitive. Eminem lol, it is what it is and also what it isn't. A lot of Underground Emcees wanted to battle you until you signed and became a Pop icon Rapper lolÖ they only call you and pop Emcee because its charitable from those who have no better reference of what a true Emcee is and if they do they just care about your superficial reputation and they want to hold your hand lol and give you moral support lol. I would like for Em to make a hit out of a Rap song about Real Emcees who laid the Foundation and make it a number one hit on the pop charts, and thatís a dare, and it would have to hold its place for a substantial amount of time while these Zombies wake up to reality and become real people. This sh*ts corny lol that will never happen as long as mainstream rappers suck Big label corporate d*ck. Some wannabe rappers are sleepin from reality while dreamin not knowing they are on the verge of spending their life career sucking Big Label CEO d*ck. Or else their in apathy that their being f*cked in the ass by the Big label CEO. Fondle Em Cenobites "how the f*ck you get a Deal" look that up.
Name: (Posted: 9/14/2014 1:30:00 AM; Partial IP: 3.32.3.241)
Location: hamilton,ontario canada
Comment: @yomamma All I did was speak the truth. This guy is as pop as f*ck, always has been, always will be. I wouldn't waste an ounce of spit on him.
Name: (Posted: 5/22/2014 5:31:00 PM; Partial IP: .229.116.0)
Location: NY
Comment: craig strachan went in on this corny pop motherfucker. i'm so sick of this little bitch getting his ass kissed, he's a fucking corn ball who makes songs for his mom on mothers day. this shit is NOT hip hop. in any way. The real heads know it. fuck everybody else.
3 Stars
Name: (Posted: 2/27/2014 1:21:00 PM; Partial IP: 81.221.117)
Location: Charleston, West Virginia
Comment: Decent lyrics.. Bad Guy, Evil Twin, Headlights, Legacy are my favorite. However the production is shitty and like recovery doesn't sound like an Eminem album. He hasn't been the same since Eminem show, but when he wants to be a beast he can. A lot of the punchlines on here seem forced, I wish he would Justine a straight up raw album
Name: (Posted: 1/27/2014 2:50:00 AM; Partial IP: 70.102.192)
Location: hamilton,ontario canada
Comment: let's be honest and call this shit for what the fuck it ,some straight up fuckin pop bullshit which Eminem has done for fucking years now,maybe i'm a little bit bias in my thinking and the fact that i'm an ICP fan(insert comment here)but let's be honest when you are doing tracks with rhianna on two consistent albums and Kendrick lamar who personally does nothing for me ,guess what your pop buddy,the only ones he caters to are teeny boppers who think Justin bieber and taylor swift are good music,real hip hop heads know better and wouldn't waste an ounce of spit on this guy,hell my brother likes Eminem and he hated the last 2 cd's he put out,even rick rubin can't give this guy his street credibility back,like I said a little biased in my opinion but hey if ya don't like it,so fuckin what.
1 Star
Name: (Posted: 1/22/2014 1:01:00 PM; Partial IP: .129.187.2)
Location: ny
Comment: holy shit the beats are fucking terrible and I just cannot feel this... its like this music has no soul
1 Star
Name: (Posted: 1/21/2014 6:57:00 PM; Partial IP: 29.117.155)
Location: croatia
Comment: what the fuck is this shit doing here?!
4 Stars
Name: (Posted: 1/21/2014 6:40:00 PM; Partial IP: 118.47.203)
Location: boston
Comment: I though this was Ems best album and I havent liked anything since his first two. Even the commercial tracks on this one have dope beats. Legacy is really one of the best songs Ive heard from anybody in long time. Tribute to his mom showed me he's changing for the best.
Name: (Posted: 1/17/2014 7:35:00 PM; Partial IP: 36.204.117)
Location: Chapel Ill
Comment: I could listen to the Slim Shady LP, but each album after is more commercial watered down boring bullshit. Nothing sets this album apart, but it will sell millions. Couldn't agree more LOL. Someone like Epidemic even flies under the radar of people who know hip hop. BTW the song Monster HORRID Rihanna should get slapped for that hook. Use your words honey. There is a reason this guy has never got love from the D.
Name: (Posted: 1/16/2014 1:10:00 AM; Partial IP: .129.90.25)
Location: earth
Comment: no, no, no
Name: (Posted: 1/8/2014 11:20:00 PM; Partial IP: .78.147.42)
Location: junt
Comment: This boy always been a bitch like dre rob hip hop and disappear and spend money always house n*ggas talk it but donít live it donít trust this boy he sneakin in to rob hip hop for money no love from g
1 Star
Name: (Posted: 12/24/2013 11:38:00 PM; Partial IP: 68.136.216)
Location: 18th Street
Comment: Eminem is WACK! Always was wack and always will be wack.
Name: (Posted: 12/24/2013 11:35:00 PM; Partial IP: 68.136.216)
Location: 18th Street
Comment: I can't stand Eminem and his white trash fans. This vato is wack as fuck! Eminem is a POP ARTIST and nothing more. His music is hot garbage!
1 Star
Name: (Posted: 12/12/2013 5:13:00 PM; Partial IP: 2.69.160.2)
Location: E-Town
Comment: This shit is straight GARBAGE!!! Why cant he get with some good producers already. Oh and stop screaming all the damn time!
1 Star
Name: (Posted: 12/10/2013 3:34:00 PM; Partial IP: .221.92.62)
Location: canada
Comment: lol this albums 110% wack , and why the fuck does every faggot say " people gunna hate just to hate"???? , I hate it cause its wack imo ,,, so what?? dont try to discredit MY opinion about something just because it doesnt exactly match what YOU want me to think.. OK THOUGHT POLICE? the only good album eminem ever released was INFINITE , and thats cause it was released before he SOLD OUT and started making horrible music .... this album is just ridiculous , SHITTIEST BEATS IVE EVER HEARD AND EMINEMS RHYMES ARE CHILDISH , PREDICTABLE and just straight up wack... , THIS IS UGHH , WHERE ALL THE REAL HIP HOP HEADS SUPPORT REAL HIP HOP - U DONT LIKE THE TRUTH DONT READ THE COMMENTS. BTW 2.8 stars??? cmon now , EPIDEMIC HAS FULL 5 STAR RATINGS ON EVERY ALBUM THEYVE RELEASED...WHILE UR HERE ON UGHH , IF U HAVENT HEARD OF THEM CHECK OUT EPIDEMIC -- REAL HIP HOP --
Name: (Posted: 12/4/2013 5:01:00 PM; Partial IP: 235.132.78)
Location: MURICA
Comment: i genuinely wanted this album to be good. eminem has fallen so low this whole album just sounds retarded..
5 Stars
Name: (Posted: 12/3/2013 9:06:00 PM; Partial IP: .94.127.25)
Location: dA bUrG, FL to ChiTown
Comment: This album is DoPE!!! I liked 14 tracks on here. Eminem came correct. Way better than his previous releases for sure. I couldn't stand his constipated flow he had on Recovery. Glad he's back to his usual flow. This album isn't wack at all. Em isn't the greatest either but this album is BANGIN' People gonna hate regardless just to hate.
Name: (Posted: 11/30/2013 4:21:00 PM; Partial IP: .201.65.74)
Location: az/ hell
Comment: Too much corny azz singing on here, is there a law in hip hop that mandates singing on RAP songs! If so we need to repeal that bitch!
Name: (Posted: 11/27/2013 9:28:00 PM; Partial IP: 185.12.231)
Location: Pittsburgh nigguh
Comment: Shit is a banga banga. Best album of last five years doe doe. Em remains the greates lyricist and keeps evolving doe doe. Y'all nuggets in the comments is dum dums. Em da greatest
Name: (Posted: 11/25/2013 11:22:00 AM; Partial IP: 54.167.230)
Location: Prov-0-dense
Comment: @P, no worries man!! I respect all opinions in hip hop period. I do agree with you on the Smif N' Wessun joint "Da Shinin". That right there is an underrated classic. My favorite track on that album is "PNC". Ghostface is more Witty in my opinion than GZA but for me, the GZA is more mature with his lyrics and content. I love the concept songs he brings to the table like "Fame" and "Labels" plus the NFL song he did on the GZA Muggs Collabo. I am also a big fan of the Army of The Pharoahs. Celph and Apathy are ridiculous on the mic so I feel you on that one. No disrect and no feelings hurt. Thanks for the recant and stay true P!! Keep bumping the PeaceMaker joints!!
Name: (Posted: 11/24/2013 7:26:00 PM; Partial IP: 26.126.161)
Location: ny
Comment: @ D-Stroi sorry for the misspelling of your nameand I didn't mean your comments personaly I just ment ughh comment posters in general. My opinion is that is that the stuff hailed as "classic" on here range from medioker to whack mostly the later.Im old school too I mostly bump Smif n Wessun and old tony touch tapes .Anyway I wasn't coming at u in a disrespectful way its just that with all the whack music out Id hate to see this album be slept on. I also agree with your GZA he probably makes #6 on my list I thnk Ghostface catalog is more impressive and im feeling his style more. And ya people said Marcburg (roc Marciano) was a classic and the aotf stuff is classic its all whack to me. Oh and Jay-Z after the $$$ has plenty of gutter material in his catalog. Alright D-Stoi not trying to comment beef wit ya peace to the god D-Stroi
Name: (Posted: 11/22/2013 4:54:00 PM; Partial IP: 54.167.227)
Location: Prov-0-dense
Comment: @P, are you talking to me? Wtf is D-Story lol? Don't trust my comments? Marcburg? Are you high? I have no idea what you're saying but let me play your game for a minute. What comments are you implying that you do not agree with? Completely understanding that everyone is entitled to their opinions so if you do not trust my comments then that is cool. Plus if you do not trust my "comments" so to speak, then why ask me who is the top 5 or if Reasonable Doubt was a classic? But I do think Reasonable Doubt was a classic. Jay was dope before the money got to his head. I actually like the "Black Album" as well but like when Danger Mouse did it with the "White Album" instrumentals. Nas is one of the best period. Biggie is a dope lyricist but for me, he didn't put enough material out there for me to label him one of the greatest and that is certainly not his fault barring his death. Same applies with Big L. Ghostface is a hidden gem to me but considering the GZA is my favorite WU member and the "Liquid Swords" album is in my top five albums of all time, I put him above Ghostface. Again my opinion thats all. I respect EM as an artist all the way back from the Rawkus days up to even now, but for some reason, his material back then was so controversial and dope, it's just lacking that now. Now, I understand that he is older now and growing as an artist so I can not hate him for that but I guess I am just oldschool P, no disrespect to you at all. Personally for me, I would take R.A. the Rugged Man over EM any day to a lyrical contest. In the end though, I can not hate on your list.
4 Stars
Name: (Posted: 11/22/2013 3:37:00 PM; Partial IP: 26.126.161)
Location: ny
Comment: @ D-Story nah fam over what, I was never a big fan never owned a copy out his catalog. Don't get me wrong I recognize him as the best to do it lyricaly just not my cup of tea. john h got it right this album is better than everything out right now. Not for nuthin but I don't trust your comments anyway, same dudest aid MARCBURG is a classic f outta here. Yo D-Story, what about Reasonable Dought for a classic? 90% people on this website don't like Jay-Z but love Tragedy Khadafi . The top five in my opinion in random order is Em, Jay-Z,Biggie, Nas, and Ghostface.
5 Stars
Name: (Posted: 11/21/2013 7:51:00 PM; Partial IP: .173.26.55)
Location: legoland
Comment: so u liked recovery but u think this ones wack? lmao!! and I am sooo damn sick of the term 'real hiphop'. shit is just corny, pathetic, over used and most of the time is a term used to describe some 1995 sounding underground bullshit crap no one listens to. not always but very very often. now, mmlp is dope as fuck, it has a couple of radio oriented joints (no biggie if u ask me, em is a mainstream artist after all) but shady goes hard as fuck on a lot of tracks here.. on a lot of tracks.. harder than anybody in the game right now. do urself a favor, dont listen to all these bitter 'real hiphop fools' and check this shit out. if youre into rap, I can guarantee u wont be disappointed.
1 Star
Name: (Posted: 11/21/2013 2:44:00 PM; Partial IP: 2.40.97.22)
Location: england
Comment: more wack eminemc ish . you want real hiphop check out l.orange stik figa lp the city under the city, real hiphop. shame bout this as I liked mmlp and recovery.
Name: (Posted: 11/20/2013 4:24:00 PM; Partial IP: 54.167.228)
Location: Prov-0-dense
Comment: Nah Mean, Illmatic is a classic...Only Built for Cuban Links is a classic...Liquid Swords is a classic and even Aquemini is a classic. I wouldn't put this up there as a classic yet but if you think this is better than the Slim Shady LP then more power to you
1 Star
Name: (Posted: 11/20/2013 12:12:00 AM; Partial IP: .201.65.74)
Location: az/ hell
Comment: Look man I ain't a Slim Shady hater but this shit is embarrassing, I remember what Em used too sound like when h was young and hungry, if you cats don't know or remember please goggle his old music! Straight up this cd STINKS! This will definitely be a cup holder or a good Frisbee!
5 Stars
Name: (Posted: 11/19/2013 12:34:00 PM; Partial IP: .99.206.33)
Location: San Jose
Comment: you bitches mad? shit is another classic
1 Star
Name: (Posted: 11/19/2013 6:36:00 AM; Partial IP: 79.253.160)
Location: san diego
Comment: some of the four, five stars ratings have to be paid reviewers... no way... how can you be on this website and giving it a 4 stars??? it's eons away from the original mmlp... the "worst" track on that LP destroys the best on the new one... I get it tho, as he is not catering to old heads like me anymore so... fuck it.
Name: (Posted: 11/18/2013 11:59:00 AM; Partial IP: 54.167.231)
Location: Prov-0-dense
Comment: @Jonas, good post and point taken. I will definitely take a look at this cd. I have been disappointed with recent releases so you can understand the skeptism on this vine. Like I said before, Em is a dope lyricist so I want to see that fire that he once had without all of the yelling on some mediocre mainstream radio production. The only statement I disagree with you on is the "be happy he still actually put's time into writing dope verses". That sounds like a cop-out. This is what they get paid to do and why the consumer/fan buys an artists material. From my standpoint anyway. There are a lot of dope artists out now that spit crazy material over dope production that doesn't sound watered down. I respect your post and will go into this optimistic with a fair listen. Bigups Jonas! oh and @p, sounds like you aren't over it? You seem very displeased so I guess you're collecting Em's royalties since you care so much as to why there are so much hate here on UGHH when all it is , are opinions. Like I said before, I would rather hear someone spit dope lyrical material over subpar beats then wasted lyrical material over mainstream radio beats. It doesn't do it for me but again that is my opinion. I will still give this cd a chance. peace!
1 Star
Name: (Posted: 11/18/2013 1:31:00 AM; Partial IP: 184.41.165)
Location: Bahay Road,Ca
Comment: Damm Em! see what money does! forgots the basics material.....
4 Stars
Name: (Posted: 11/18/2013 12:11:00 AM; Partial IP: 26.126.161)
Location: ny
Comment: all u dudes hating are the same lames he rapped about on the last mmlp (stan) now your mad u cant feel the same way as if your daddy left.like someone said in there comment "disconnected". Get over it the fact remain that he spits ridiculous on this joint and I for one am glad to here it
4 Stars
Name: (Posted: 11/14/2013 4:51:00 PM; Partial IP: .254.151.4)
Location: Sweden
Comment: Don't understand all the hate on this on UGHH. It's feels like a trend for some too hate Eminem. "He sucks, he used to be better" and that kind of stuff. This album is for the most part lyrically and productionwise very well done. Itīs much harder and to me better than Recovery, which I didn't love, but acknowledge was a well written album. Dude sounds hungrier than ever on this one(MMLP2), unlike most other mainstream rappers. Seriously, listen to this album straight through and tell me this isn't a good rap album. Let go the fact he made songs with Rihanna. He's one of the biggest artist's in the world, of course he's gonna have some big guest's. Be happy he still actually put's time into writing dope verses and not using auto-tune to get attention. I used to be a Eminem hater once too. 4 stars for this album. Btw, some of my favorite rappers are: Wu-Tang, Ill Bill, Celph Titled, R.A. The Rugged Man, Swollen Members, Jedi Mind Tricks, Big Pun, Cypress Hill, La Coka Nostra, Gang Starr. I agree, many Eminem fans are annoying and consider him to be the best because they don't know much more rap beside what's on the radio right now. But as a big rap fan I say: It's impossible to say Eminem is wack rapper and be right about that. You may not like him, but he put's more time into his rhymes than most other. That's one thing you can't say about lil wayne.
Name: (Posted: 11/14/2013 9:28:00 AM; Partial IP: 54.167.227)
Location: Prov-0-dense
Comment: @Craig, point taken lol
Name: (Posted: 11/14/2013 2:11:00 AM; Partial IP: 70.102.192)
Location: hamilton,ontario canada
Comment: @D-Stroi alli know is that he mentions icp in the asshole track and that's all,as far as it being a diss who knows.besides as far as the other names you mentioned, Britney spears and n'sync who gives a fuck about them and cage he already said in interviews that he won't even give him publicity,still don't give a fuck about feminem and i'll leave it at that.
Name: (Posted: 11/13/2013 10:20:00 AM; Partial IP: .46.106.77)
Location: Prov-0-dense
Comment: @jeff413, sadly enough, Eminem fans most likely will never hear of Masta Ace even though he is one of Em's favorite emcee's in the game. Masta Ace is a legend, pure and simple, period!! But on the other hand they are two different styled emcees to the respect of what they do. Listen, it boils down to what Em has brought to the game over the years and he brought a whole different style/persona to hiphop. Over the years he has tried to grow as an artist overcoming a pill addiction and will always be criticized by the indie culture because that is where he is stemmed from. When you are considered the best, you constantly have to be the best. Just ask Nas. Everyone expects Nas to drop 14 Illmatic like releases but to his credit, Nas has always kept his flow and for the most part his consistency to hiphop like KRS-One. What is that line from a Bronx Tale about wasted talent? Well, Eminem has all the talent in the world but I personally think he is not utilizing it to his advantage with the past couple albums he dropped. Sure, I like DJ Khalil and Sid Roams but why not take it back to the roots Detroit style and get Apollo Brown, Black Milk and even some un-released Dilla beats? Where is Alchemist? Again, just my opinion on the matter so take it for what it's worth. @Craig, I'm surprised he didn't poke cracks at Britney Spears, N'sync, Cage or anyone else since he brings back the ICP conflict lol!! or maybe I am looking into this blindly. It is funny though to see such a disconnect between the ratings on this particular cd 1star then 5star.
Name: (Posted: 11/13/2013 2:45:00 AM; Partial IP: 70.102.192)
Location: hamilton,ontario canada
Comment: heard his bezerk song,big frickin deal,working with rick rubin and doing old beastie boys and ll cool j spots don't convince me to get this shit,plus mentioning icp on asshole,thought that shit was squashed between them not that it will make a difference anyway,won't waste my money on this.
1 Star
Name: (Posted: 11/12/2013 10:08:00 PM; Partial IP: .128.46.18)
Location: 413
Comment: people are astonished that I dont like Eminem..I cant stand the in your face scream and yell rap..eminem fans never heard of masta ace
1 Star
Name: (Posted: 11/12/2013 3:21:00 PM; Partial IP: 69.119.223)
Location: cannes (france)
Comment: Please my poor ears
2 Stars
Name: (Posted: 11/10/2013 9:06:00 PM; Partial IP: 41.142.133)
Location: t-dot
Comment: why is this guy always yelling now, that shit is annoying, still Eminem will go down as one of the most amazing live in ur face spittn motha effa ever
Name: (Posted: 11/9/2013 8:18:00 PM; Partial IP: 112.206.92)
Location: YoMomsPussy
Comment: This washed-up, over-rated clown needs to retire already. This shit fucking sucks real bad. Rap god?! ha ha GTFO here with that bullshit.
5 Stars
Name: (Posted: 11/8/2013 11:34:00 PM; Partial IP: 94.141.126)
Location: Tampa
Comment: Album def holds its own. This should have come after "the Eminem Show". Marshall is one of the best to do it without a doubt... just listen to "EVIL TWIN." Thats wat u call KILLING THE FUKING TRACK!!
1 Star
Name: (Posted: 11/7/2013 10:06:00 PM; Partial IP: .49.51.225)
Location: France
Comment: rhyme or reason song = necro make this beats in the past ,
5 Stars
Name: (Posted: 11/7/2013 2:53:00 PM; Partial IP: 190.55.218)
Location: Stam town
Comment: Amazing perfect continuity with the first MM LP. Only thing missing are some D12 cameos but still best album above or underground in YEARS
1 Star
Name: (Posted: 11/7/2013 5:03:00 AM; Partial IP: 114.28.111)
Location: philly
Comment: this shit terrible
5 Stars
Name: (Posted: 11/7/2013 12:35:00 AM; Partial IP: 73.69.5.53)
Location: RI
Comment: After multiple listens, this album keeps growing on me. It's not a conventional album....lots of variety and odd beats. It really turned me off at first...but I haven't heard Em spit this hard in forever. He rips every song. Straight 5-7 minute songs of pure fire. Most original/unique album of the year for sure. Don't care for all the production, but it all comes together in some crazy ass way. Shits dope as fuck.
Name: (Posted: 11/6/2013 2:28:00 PM; Partial IP: .46.106.79)
Location: Prov-0-dense
Comment: yo Rigger, the KOTD movement up there is crazy huh? I have been following them along with the URL for a while now. When is Pat Stay (Sucka Free Boss) gonna battle Diz lol? I would love to see Diz battle Em though. Do you know how much buzz that would get through the hiphop circuit? Bottom line is this,I like EM, his lyrics are usually on point although much better back in the day when he was hungry. If he just got some better production that didnt sound like Lil Wayne was on every track, he would kill shit. Imagine Eminem and an Apollo Brown album? I mean why not? Two Detroit natives doing their thing for hiphop but you know that is never going to happen. Shit, Alchemist is his freaking touring DJ and he doesnt have one cut on this album. I wish Eminem well and hope he kills it now and in the future but right now I am skeptical. @Non, you mad bro? your comment suggests that you giving him 4 stars is not really justifiable? Much better than most? Like who? I respect anyones opinions on any matter but dont be a dick, thanks
4 Stars
Name: (Posted: 11/6/2013 1:37:00 PM; Partial IP: 13.117.137)
Location: Everywhere
Comment: It's good... Much better than most. All the hate is just that, stay on his white dick, k, thanks!
1 Star
Name: (Posted: 11/6/2013 12:51:00 PM; Partial IP: 75.248.226)
Location: CALGARY, ALBERTA. CANADA.
Comment: Let's be honest here, Eminem revolutionized the rap game, broke down some serious barriers, and at his prime was the king.. RESPECT.. HOWEVER!! This shit is seriously wack, and all his stuff has been wack for a long time now, as D-Stroi accurately said, Em fell off and is not coming back.. He can spit, but let's be even more honest, most of these KOTD cats would destroy Em in a battle.. Dizaster would eat little Marshall for breakfast.. Props for the past, but Em's lyrics from his billion dollar empire just don't make me feel anything.. Disconnected, wack, just go away and stop embarrassing yourself, you don't need the money, please.. PEACE!
5 Stars
Name: (Posted: 11/6/2013 12:37:00 PM; Partial IP: 32.3.49.80)
Location: Warrensburg, Missouri
Comment: You all rating this album 1 star are trippin'. I was EXTREMELY skeptical of this album at first. What I found is an album produced to create a wide spectrum of styles and complex rhymes that will solidify him as one of the all time greats. This is the first album I have copped since his second (if this helps anyone).
3 Stars
Name: (Posted: 11/6/2013 10:45:00 AM; Partial IP: 75.186.209)
Location: ...
Comment: Wish it was better. MMLP was one of my top 10 albums.. didn't expect it to hold up to that. Not horrible, and def original. Peace to Em for doing something for his fans. You know he didn't have to drop this.
Name: (Posted: 11/6/2013 10:17:00 AM; Partial IP: .46.106.81)
Location: Prov-0-dense
Comment: @christ, valid point. I will give that to you but can you also understand how the masses on this particular vine judge a certain artist especially if that artist with all the talent in the world, caters to poppy mainstream bullshit? The snippets are only the tip of the iceberg homeslice. Eminem fell off like humpty dumpty and his career is holding onto the fact that people nowadays do not care about lyrical content, only the image and beats that are glued to it. I agree with most of the people on here when they say the Eminem show was his last relevant work to the game. He tried to adapt to the hip hop game as it is now when he should have just stuck to his guns. It worked for him in '99, why not now? I am not going to rate this yet because I have not given it a fair listen but I will. Like I said previously, EM is a monster when he truly wants to be. I would like to see that fire again. good debate!
5 Stars
Name: (Posted: 11/5/2013 1:50:00 PM; Partial IP: 185.12.231)
Location: List
Comment: Amazing...can't believe he came with an album this dope
5 Stars
Name: (Posted: 11/5/2013 12:51:00 PM; Partial IP: 173.75.152)
Location: long i
Comment: jesus fucking christ. the stupidity around here.. judging an eminem album from the snippets is like going to church looking for hot drunk chicks. hate it or love it, mmlp aint no junk. not by a long chalk.
1 Star
Name: (Posted: 11/5/2013 6:29:00 AM; Partial IP: .64.40.105)
Location: Canada
Comment: Slimey,fishy,poppy,junk..forget it ever happened..
1 Star
Name: (Posted: 11/5/2013 3:47:00 AM; Partial IP: 79.253.160)
Location: san diego
Comment: steamy pile of shit... not surprised since his decline started 11 years ago right after 'eminem show'
1 Star
Name: (Posted: 11/5/2013 2:57:00 AM; Partial IP: .137.3.225)
Location: shikashika..
Comment: shika shika shitty album . Ems voice at this point is completely unbearable . He picks wack beats and his content is always the same . dre could have saved him but he went up the shit cric instead .
1 Star
Name: (Posted: 11/5/2013 2:29:00 AM; Partial IP: 29.192.235)
Location: Shaolin
Comment: This album judging from the snips...is a fucking piece of shit album. Not even CLOSE to real Eminem talent, It's almost like he had to dumb down his talent just to relate you illiterate no brain having fucking faggots. Albert Einstein was right, we would give birth to a deaf dumb and blind youth from electronics and technology. No verbal concept of intellectual aspiration of lyrics, congrats to all the fucking lames that destroyed hip hop mainstream and one of its best at that.
Name: (Posted: 11/4/2013 6:36:00 PM; Partial IP: 53.118.158)
Location: Ontario,Can.
Comment: best hiphop album of the year???
Name: (Posted: 11/4/2013 5:06:00 PM; Partial IP: 224.130.61)
Location: Atlanta
Comment: I don't know what y'all be talking,,,,this album is dope as fuck, Eminem is in tiptop lyrical shape...best hiphop album of the year
Name: (Posted: 11/3/2013 11:15:00 AM; Partial IP: 88.154.253)
Location: shitfuck, PA
Comment: Zero tracks produced by Dre.....hmmmmmmm...
Name: (Posted: 11/2/2013 6:43:00 PM; Partial IP: 246.56.191)
Location: Detroit
Comment: @D-Stroi I agree with that. Tajai's delivery is awesome.
Name: (Posted: 11/2/2013 12:48:00 PM; Partial IP: .89.153.53)
Location: troy, mi
Comment: the marshall matheres LP 1 was a classic...
Name: (Posted: 11/2/2013 8:11:00 AM; Partial IP: 29.195.133)
Location: South Sandwich islands
Comment: Limp Bizkit? Rick Rubin is so overrated its disgusting (Yeah he made another corny rock/rap beat). Eminem is the WORST producer on the mic in history. Eminem hasn't made one solid classic album in his entire career, so many throw away tracks.
Name: (Posted: 10/31/2013 8:21:00 PM; Partial IP: 00.225.206)
Location: Emerald City
Comment: Casual is the #RapGod. Eminem needs to respond to Casual's diss track. That's all I really care about regarding this lol
Name: (Posted: 10/31/2013 10:14:00 AM; Partial IP: 246.56.191)
Location: Detroit
Comment: Better than the other three albums
Name: (Posted: 10/29/2013 8:53:00 AM; Partial IP: .46.106.80)
Location: Prov-0-dense
Comment: @Maxilo, are you serious? If so then that is garbage. How can you have one of the greatest sitting in your studio and NOT use one of his beats. In my opinion, if Eminem did a whole album with premo, it would probably be ridiculous but at this point in his career, I am glad Premo isn't on this project. Em needs to pull his head out of his ass and get back to where he once was and not with this radio flow that is has succumbed to over the past few years. No doubt he is one of the best lyrically but c'mon Em, where is that furious anger and hunger for what put you on the map in the first place. You don't need the dough so put out some material that will blow us away like you use to. Hopefully Em's album does not disappoint but judging by his recent track record, expect good lyrics and wordplay over shitty over-used radio sounding beats. Shit, at least have Alchemist do your album. @BN, anyone from Hiero in my opinion are dope but I think Tajai or even Opio (because he's dopio) are the best!!! Peace
Name: (Posted: 10/29/2013 1:55:00 AM; Partial IP: 246.56.191)
Location: Detroit
Comment: Casual from Hieroglyphics is the REAL RapGod.
Name: (Posted: 10/28/2013 10:12:00 AM; Partial IP: 49.247.224)
Location: Hampton Va
Comment: Real hyped, either way people will sit down and listen.
Name: (Posted: 10/27/2013 1:51:00 AM; Partial IP: 238.64.182)
Location: op, kansas
Comment: Wack! Heard premier was in the studio with him but didn't make the final cut.
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