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Eminem: The Slim Shady LP

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    1. Pubic Service Announcement (Intro)
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    2. My Name Is
    Producers: Dr. Dre
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    3. Guilty Conscience
    Producers: Dr. Dre; Eminem
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    4. Brain Damage
    Producers: Marky Bass; Jeff Bass; Eminem
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    5. Paul (Interlude)
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    6. If I Had
    Producers: Marky Bass; Jeff Bass; Eminem
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    7. 97' Bonnie & Clyde
    Producers: Marky Bass; Jeff Bass; Eminem; DJ Head
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    8. Bitch (Interlude)
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    9. Role Model
    Producers: Dr. Dre; Mel Man
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    10. Lounge (Interlude)
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    11. My Fault
    Producers: Marky Bass; Jeff Bass; Eminem
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    12. Ken Kaniff (Interlude)
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    13. Cum On Everybody
    Producers: Marky Bass; Jeff Bass; Eminem
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    14. Rock Bottom
    Producers: Marky Bass; Jeff Bass
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    15. Just Don't Give A
    Producers: Marky Bass; Jeff Bass; Eminem
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    16. Soap (Interlude)
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    17. As The World Turns
    Producers: Marky Bass; Jeff Bass; Eminem
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    18. I'm Shady
    Producers: Marky Bass; Jeff Bass; Eminem
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    19. Bad Meets Evil
    featuring Royce 5'9"
    Producers: Eminem; Royce 5'9"; Marky Bass; Jeff Bass
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    20. Still Don't Give A
    Producers: Eminem; Marky Bass; Jeff Bass
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    Total Comments: 10
    Name: (Posted: 11/15/2014 12:52:00 AM; Partial IP: 3.32.3.241)
    Location: hamilton,ontario canada
    Comment: @YoMomma I agree with what you're saying on the horrorcore aspect with Esham and ICP, but Eminem does more pop bullsh*t these days with maybe one or two songs that fit into the horrorcore genre. He's not all the way horrorcore and he caters more to a teeny bopper audience. I actually dug the first D12 album, but his stuff is more pop stuff these days and personally I avoid that pop garbage like the plague.
    Name: (Posted: 10/21/2014 11:11:00 AM; Partial IP: 200.87.169)
    Location: NY
    Comment: "Ever since I was born, my mama lost me. I'm a cross between Manson, ESHAM ;), and Ozzy" - Eminem "Still Don't Give A f*ck" "Killin' anything that's Shady, bitin' my style, pay me. And even in stereo, you can't play me, crack baby." - Esham "Detroit" It's common knowledge that a lot of the "shocking" sh*t he says on this album was said many years before by artists like Esham and ICP. And sorry all you Eminem nut huggers, but Dre has little Marshall's anus under contract for the rest of his life, lol.
    Name: (Posted: 10/21/2014 9:45:00 AM; Partial IP: 200.87.169)
    Location: NY
    Comment: Anyone who listens to this and can't tell that Eminem was heavily influenced by the horror core style of other artists is delusional. Also, do a google search with the phrase "Slim Shady LP horrorcore" and you'll find that A LOT of other reviewers from other sites share that opinion. I'm by no way saying that Eminem is real horror core, but the influence is obvious. Another quote for those who still don't get what I'm trying to say: The music journalist and author Dan Sicko describes certain strains of Detroit hip-hop as 'an extreme, almost parodied' version of inner city life, which he links to the extremities of urban decline in the city: 'both the horrorcore of hip-hop outfits such as Insane Clown Posse, Esham and (to a lesser extent) the multi-platinum-selling Eminem, utilize shocking (and blatantly over the top) narratives to give an over-exaggerated, almost cartoon-like version of urban deprivation in Detroit'
    Name: (Posted: 10/9/2014 3:31:00 AM; Partial IP: 3.32.3.241)
    Location: hamilton,ontario canada
    Comment: @sell I definitely agree w/ you about Gravediggaz '6 Feet Deep' album where it was a classic no doubt but never really caught on with the hip hop community which is too bad, it's more of a really white rapper style aside from Tech n9ne and 3-6 mafia aka da mafia 6 (they just did a collabo w/ ICP to form a super group called the Killjoy Club with an album called Reindeer Games and DJ Paul is doing a solo album on ICP's label in the future.)As far as Eminem goes, see my last statement.
    Name: (Posted: 9/24/2014 5:43:00 AM; Partial IP: 3.32.3.241)
    Location: hamilton,ontario canada
    Comment: To be honest when I think of horror core guys like the Geto Boys, Ganksta Nip, Insane Poetry, ICP, Necro, Mr. Hyde, Gore Elohim and the legend himself Esham. This guy basically is a pop ho bitch motherf*cker who does the odd scary song just to scare the crap out of these idiot teeny bopper fans who don't realize how fake his sh*t is. In all honesty, his sh*t was pop then and he's pop now, just that simple. Then again, I'm an ICP fan so I might be a little bit biased in my statement so hey, take it for what it's worth and make up your own opinion. I just know what I like and this guy ain't it.
    4 Stars
    Name: (Posted: 8/28/2014 11:34:00 PM; Partial IP: .63.84.144)
    Location: MA
    Comment: To me horror core is sh*t like Gravediggaz 6 Feet Deep. It was a style that never quite took off after the underground success of 6 Feet Deep. A million groups came out and tried to put out a dope horror core record and it never took off. The first Eminem record (to me) is not a horror core record. If you are gonna say that "horror core" is rape and murder then... well... I guess 99% of rap is horror core. Agree with Wes that this is not in any way a horror core record. It's a good album but not perfect. MMLP was a better album.
    1 Star
    Name: (Posted: 7/3/2014 2:59:00 PM; Partial IP: 113.84.181)
    Location: Underground
    Comment: Wack. Extremely over rated by Stan fanboys who are still virgins and have boners for Eminem.
    Name: (Posted: 6/29/2014 2:47:00 PM; Partial IP: 125.96.205)
    Location: NY
    Comment: Horrorcore/Shock rap, whatever you wanna' call it, fact remains that this wack motherf*cker was biting other people's styles. Take his little d*ck outta' your mouth and stick that five star rating up your ass. Also, you sound really dumb when you say "nothing about this album is horror-core". Do you even know what Horrorcore means? (topics that include, murder, torture, rape, etc.) This album lyrically has those themes. Quote from Wikipedia: "Many of the songs from The Slim Shady LP are written from the perspective of Eminem's alter ego, Slim Shady, and contain cartoonish and over-the-top depictions of violence".
    5 Stars
    Name: (Posted: 6/23/2014 1:26:00 AM; Partial IP: 47.245.167)
    Location: here
    Comment: Nothing about this album is horror-core jackass.
    Name: (Posted: 5/22/2014 5:25:00 PM; Partial IP: .229.116.0)
    Location: NY
    Comment: Corny ass bitch biting the horror-core style of Cage in his early days. (google it kiddies)
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