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The Marshall Mathers LP
 : The Marshall Mathers LP



by: Eminem


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Price: $4.99
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Audience Rating: NR (Not Rated)
Binding: Audio CD
Brand: Umgd/Aftermath
EAN: 0606949062927
Edition: Parental Advisory ed.
Feature: EMINEM THE MARSHALL MATHERS
Format: Explicit Lyrics
Item Dimensions: 3949621563
Label: Aftermath
Languages: EnglishPublishedEnglishOriginal LanguageEnglishUnknown
Manufacturer: Aftermath
Model: 2076309
MPN: 2490629
Number Of Discs: 1
Number Of Items: 1
Publication Date: May 23, 2000
Publisher: Aftermath
Release Date: May 23, 2000
Studio: Aftermath

Features:
  • EMINEM THE MARSHALL MATHERS



Disc 1:
  1. PSA 2000
  2. Kill You
  3. Stan
  4. Paul (Skit)
  5. Who Knew
  6. Steve Berman (Skit)
  7. The Way I Am
  8. The Real Slim Shady
  9. Remember Me
  10. I'm Back
  11. Marshall Mathers
  12. Ken Kaniff (Skit)
  13. Drug Ballad
  14. Amityville
  15. Bitch Please II
  16. Kim
  17. Under The Influence
  18. Criminal
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Editorial Review:

Product Description:
EMINEM THE MARSHALL MATHERS

Amazon.com:
Will the real Slim Shady please stand up? On Eminem's sophomore album, he can't decide who he wants to be: the deranged pseudo-psycho of the Slim Shady LP, or a nice guy who just likes to rhyme about slicing and dicing his girlfriend ("Kim"). Of course, according to Eminem, he's just kidding. He refuses to take responsibility for the misogynistic, homophobic bile he spews, whining that he's the victim of people who don't get his unique sense of humor. It's good old America's fault if the kids aren't alright (Eminem blames bad parenting), and he's just capitalizing on Uncle Sam's dark side. On the Marshall Mathers LP, he's ambivalent about his fame, angry at his life, pissed off that people take him seriously, and fightin' mad at boy bands--and a lot of other white people. But the blue-eyed brat is acutely aware of his status as rap's resident alien: he has the most offensive mouth running, but never uses the "N" word. He gives lyrical love to tragic (black) legends like Tupac and Biggie while dissing white rappers hard. Even sitting duck Puffy gets the kid-gloves treatment. Of course, Eminem is an interesting, witty rapper, and there's some nice production on this CD, courtesy of Dr. Dre and others. But the hatred in Eminem's rhymes makes the album rotten at its core. And his protests that Slim Shady is just a persona become less convincing with each arrest. Then again, Eminem's got it hard: he's rich, famous, white, and male. --Lizz Mendez Berry



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