Tracklisting: 1) Backstage 2) Evil Deeds 3) Mosh 4) Business 5) Rain Man 6) Ass Like That 7) Puke 8) Kill You 9) Like Toy Soldiers 10) Git Up (feat. D12) 11) How Come (feat. D12) 12) Rock Star (feat. Bizarre) 13) 40oz (with D12) 14) My Band (with D12) 15) Backstage 2 16) Stan 17) The Way I Am 18) Just Don't Give A Fuck 19) Got Some Teeth (feat. Obie Trice) 20) Stay `Bout It (Aqua) (feat. Stat Quo) 21) The Set Up (feat. Stat Quo) 22) Like Dat (feat. Stat Quo & Obie Trice) 23) Cleaning Out My Closet 24) Mockingbird 25) Just Lose It 26) Backstage 3 27) Lose Yourself (feat. D12)
Eminem: Live from New York City
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As for the actual concert, I thought it was pretty good. Eminem seems to have fallen of the grid since his best friend deceased. If I was him I think that I would have done the same since hitting the stage without him when he was by you everytime you went on- now thats just deep if you think about it. Now I'm just getting off topic. But in the concert- it was interesting to see him and Proof togethor at every set. The choice of music itself, it comprised of more of the newer stuff (which is old by now) and I'm not big on his last item but it was ok. As for his old songs-loved them- though, once more its sad to say, the raw energy that Eminem showed once upon a time is gone. I always wondered if he was like an Elvis Presley, if he used some sort of substance. It always apeared to me like he was on a little bit of something (most of the time, alot at others.) Yet, even though this concert did not have that energy Eminem will still go down as one talented M---er F-er and a rap icon and still deserves a bow.
I loved this whole production. It's long, fun, energetic and iconic. The production is split into 3 major parts - Newer stuff from around the "Curtain Call" and "Encore" period like "Ass like that (changed and updated slightly for concertgoing effect), Evil Deeds and Mosh. Then Em brings out his D-12 team for part two. It's good, energetic rap but in my opinion it doesn't hold a candle to Eminem's solo hits. Luckily, Part three rolls out with Em's classic gold like Cleaning Out My Closet, Mockingbird and one of my favorite "fun" songs "Just Lose It". The parts are tied together with transition material in the form of an ongoing series of intermissions that act as a "behind the scenes" mockumentary style skit with Em as a tortured soul. It was disturbing but very powerful to see it come to its climax.
One thing: Everyone should already know that, since this is a LIVE production concert, there are the usual LIVE production caveats like lyrics cut short for the audience to provide them in an immersive experience. Some tracks are cut pretty short to be strung together thematically with others or with skits acted out by Em and D-12. I didn't find these to be a detractment in any way, but some people don't enjoy "LIVE" CDs as much as studio recorded professionally cut ones. You know who you are that those same "frustrations" of yours will be tweaked by this DVD.
All in all though, one Eminem fan to all you others, THIS is the one to get for your concert/music/Eminem being Eminem needs.
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I love Eminem. I would have loved to seen Eminem alone than his friend Proof & others as much as they were on. Also the songs are not in their entirety. Read morePublished 20 months ago by tiffany
Eminem is a great performer I hope I get to see him live some time. I can't wait til he comes to Detroit againPublished 23 months ago by Frank Doud
Its not a documentary, its a concert, live Eminem music, Its awesome! I am a big fan so I even have documentaries just for the sake of having them but this is great!Published 24 months ago by Tim Case