Eminem The Marshall Mathers LP
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dsroka005
March 29th 2013


1526 Comments


this was hard to 5 but i did anyways... only thing that makes me think it's a 4.5 is the fact that Drug Ballad made the tracklist... not a terrible song but definately the weakest

random
April 2nd 2013


2270 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

"Remember Me?" scares the hell out of me.

BigPleb
April 7th 2013


39946 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

Yesterday I changed your diaper, wiped you and powdered you



How did you get so big cant believe it, now you're 2

random
April 10th 2013


2270 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

The Ike Turner line on "Who Knew" makes me laugh every time.

Trebor.
Contributing Reviewer
April 10th 2013


51165 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

sweet

Disrupt
April 10th 2013


274 Comments


Voice is too high

CrimsonLies
April 10th 2013


2103 Comments


I probably should check this out, I've been meaning to branch out into different genres

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Cygnatti
April 10th 2013


23935 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5

Was jamming this earlier today. Still goes hard.

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oltnabrick
April 17th 2013


32427 Comments


dam the average rating for this

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fish.
April 17th 2013


22248 Comments


Yeah

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Spec
April 17th 2013


27753 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

It's fine.

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oltnabrick
April 17th 2013


32427 Comments


might listen again


idk i didnt dig this too much

Cygnatti
April 17th 2013


23935 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5

it's a bit too low, agreed.

evilford
April 17th 2013


23093 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

3 yikes

oltnabrick
April 17th 2013


32427 Comments


y do u guys dig this so much

evilford
April 17th 2013


23093 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

the lyricism is off the charts

zakalwe
April 17th 2013


9969 Comments


Loved this when it came out but by Christ it turned the masses into knob jockeys.

Cygnatti
April 17th 2013


23935 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5

...wat

Trebor.
Contributing Reviewer
April 17th 2013


51165 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

From the perspective of traditional poetic theory, almost the entire song, excluding the chorus, can be described as being written in anapestic tetrameter. However, though this poetic label accurately describes the short-short-long pattern that dominates Eminem's flow in this song, it fails to capture the musical rhythm of his delivery, which in Rap is more significant. Eminem delivers his short-short-long "anapestic" rhythm in a highly syncopated manner which is completely off the beat: he rests on the beat itself, 1,2,3,4, and delivers his words on the other 16th notes (e & a), accenting the last 16th note, the same place where the kick drum hits. This highly syncopated rhythm gives this piece much of its dramatic tension and is identical to the rhythm of the piano accompaniment. The chorus adapts lines from the song "As the Rhyme Goes On" from Eric B. and Rakim's debut album Paid in Full in which Rakim raps, "I'm the R, the A, to the K, I M--if I wasn't, then why would I say I am?" - Rakim would later be signed to Aftermath, but left before releasing an album.



Fuckin genius



fish.
April 17th 2013


22248 Comments


Which song is that?

Gotta say this is sounding much better on second listen. When he does it well I don't think there's a rapper with a better flow. Been listening to Without Me all day



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