Eminem The Marshall Mathers LP
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Trebor.
Contributing Reviewer
July 11th 2013



48562 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

lol yeah

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TMobotron
Contributing Reviewer
July 11th 2013



6925 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

"fuck relapse and his annoying ass accent"

It doesn't really bother me at this point, and there's plenty of stuff delivered straight on the album too. It's more like "fuck recovery and his completely fake delivery". That entire album is so fucking phony I can't stand it.

BigPleb
July 16th 2013



28606 Comments


I just don't want you to do some crazy shit.

Scoot
July 16th 2013



17486 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

recovery is so bad

"hey guys i'm good again i was just kidding haha"

MMX
July 16th 2013



4647 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

fuck not afraid

BigPleb
July 16th 2013



28606 Comments


Recovery blows yea.

This and Slim Shady LP are untouchable.

Ricochet
July 16th 2013



1409 Comments


this blew my mind when i was like 9.. still does to this day though
some of the lines on here are so meticulous.

DrGonzo1937
July 16th 2013



3362 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

This and Slim Shady LP are untouchable. [2]

I really don't like the EE Show either. I say that, because that is regarded as good and I think it's garbage. ha

HereInAfter
July 17th 2013



226 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

your goddamn right bitch and now it's two late

i'm triple platinum and tragedies happen in two states

HereInAfter
July 17th 2013



226 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

EES has some good songs, some shit

if he continues down the road with some of the stuff he did with bad meets evil, there might be some promise (and by this i primarily mean fast lane)

also, with relapse, beautiful and underground are probably his two best songs since EES (solo that is)

Ricochet
July 17th 2013



1409 Comments


your goddamn right bitch and now it's two late
i'm triple platinum and tragedies happen in two states [2]

such a funny line




SonofSnow
July 17th 2013



650 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

I actually liked Relapse as well, not nearly as great as his first three, and while his accent was off putting at first, I felt his lyricism was much improved on that album compared to Recovery and Encore.

Malenchanted
July 17th 2013



2228 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Yeah Beautiful is crazy good, also agree about Relapse's lyrics they were pretty good, just his accent was so annoying haha

Arkaik
July 17th 2013



33 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Beautiful is awesome

ViperAces
August 12th 2013



12358 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

stan is the best song ever

Gwyn.
August 12th 2013



14017 Comments


Beautiful is great yea

I've never heard Relapse or Recovery in full but some of the i've heard are alright (others are
annoying but yea)

TheInmortalVermicide
August 12th 2013



234 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

Relapse has a bunch of decent songs but the em's accent ruins the whole album. Recovery has more serious songs with better rhymes but still it has some low points and is weak compared to their works since the slim shady Lp until the eminem show

Decayingmajesty
August 12th 2013



5394 Comments


I have grown to like this,but its still only a 3.5,some of you may not agree.But i think there are better hip hop albums made.

Drummerboy123
August 12th 2013



2170 Comments


Apparently new album is called Redemption. Really hope it's good, his past few albums have been meh.

"This and Slim Shady LP are untouchable."

[2]

I actually digged the eminem show. It had some banging tunes on it (White America, Square Dance, Business, Cleanin' Out My Closet, Soldier, Say Goodbye Hollywood, Without Me etc)

BigPleb
August 12th 2013



28606 Comments


Was still inconsistent.



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