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Product Details

  • Audio CD (November 12, 2004)
  • deluxe_edition edition
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: Clean
  • Label: Shady
  • ASIN: B0006693YW
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (46 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #86,447 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful A Kid's Review on November 1, 2005
Format: Audio CD
This C.D. is Eminem's best. With a mixture of diffrent types of songs, funny, violent, and love. This is how I'd rate the tracks on a scale of 1-10

Intro 1 pretty pointless

Evil Deeds 7 not the best but still pretty good

Never Enough 7 It was ok

Yellow Brick Road 7 songs better than the first 2

Like Toy Soldiers 8 One of his greatest hits

Mosh 9 great idea to rebel against Bush

Puke 6 good but too much sound affects

My 1st Single 9 good for a laugh

Paul 5 they only have it so they can use another skit

Rain Man 10 the best song I've ever heard by Eminem

Big Weenie 8 It's a sick song

'Em Calls Paul 7 pretty funny

Just Lose it 10 you have to see the video

Ass Like that 10 cracks me up every time

Spend Some Time 8 Pretty good but they could get rid of some verses

Mocking Bird 7 Sad song

Crazy in Love 8 a diss to Kim

1 Shot 2 Shot 9 one of the best songs I've heard

Final Thought 6 You have to get explicit to under stand it

Encore 10 One of the best songs I've heard
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By EminemFan on January 7, 2005
Format: Audio CD
Both the dirty and clean versions are terrible. The singles on this album are more edited than the TV versions. In the "Mosh" video, they only censor the F word. On the album version, they censor words such as "strapped with an AK-47" or "ass-crack", and more, and are both played uncensored on MTV and BET. Also on Toy Soldiers, they censor "killed" and "murdered" and allow it in the video. It is the worst Eminem album ever released and should have the same edited versions as the ones on TV
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By L. West on March 3, 2008
Format: Audio CD
The album is very good. But it's not what I expected. The Clean version isn't that good.

Curtains Up- It's okay...if you listen closely you can hear him humming the chorus to Evil Deeds.

Evil Deeds- Very good song, I have no idea what it's about though. He talks about how there's always a crowd where he goes and his fame is always on.

Never Enough- I never really paid attention to the track. I sometimes get Nate Dogg and 50 cent's voices mixed up. Em talks about how he's fast pacing.

Yellow Brick Road- Basically about his life before he blew up and became a rap star.

Like Toy Soldiers- A Benzino-Murder Inc.- Shady Records truce. Em talks about how he doesn't want to be involved and doesn't want anyone to get killed over something silly.

Mosh- Very nice track. It focuses on the corruption George W. Bush has put upon America. Also about the War on Terror.

Puke- He talks about Kim, he talks about how much he hates her. The is one of two tracks on this album that isn't backmasked too much.

My 1st Single- Doesnt' really have a topic. In the first verse, he raps about how he can't top the sellings of the Eminem Show

Paul- Just a plain old skit about the issue with the Just Lose It video and Michael Jackson.

Rain Man- One of the stupid nonsence songs. I like it a little. Pretty pointless and is a waste of space.

Big Weenie- He talks about how people are jealous of him and green of envy.

Em calls Paul- Eminem has one of those cybertron voices and calls Paul about the Just Lose It thing. He uses alot of M. Jackson's song titles as well.

Just Lose It- A hit of course.
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9 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Winky on November 14, 2004
Format: Audio CD
Many People might think all the songs sound the same! but if you listen to the lyrics in each song you can tell he is trying to tell the world somthing my personal favourites our:

Like toy soldiers

Rain man

Mocking bird

and Never Enough

Now lets just wait for 50's album
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4 of 6 people found the following review helpful A Kid's Review on January 15, 2005
Format: Audio CD
I read some reviews and I didn't like them. I heard an interview and he said that he wanted this album to be different. He also wants to deliver messages in his songs and I know what these messages are. I have ALL of the edited versions of his CDs and this is the best edited for people who listen to it. His past 2 albums edited are great, and the first 2 weren't even edited AT ALL, just a little bit. He's matured and doesn't want to be as bad as he used to, and isn't that vulgar anymore. This album is 4x platinum people. Most artists can't do that. My favorite song on this album is "Like Toy Soldiers," a message song. If you want to learn what the message is to that and other songs, BUY THE CD!!!!! I'm not telling you the message. Songs like "Just Lose It," and "Rain Man," are funny songs. Another message songs is "Mosh." "Mockingbird," was for his daughter and niece. If you want to learn about his childhood and his younger years, listen to "Evil Deeds," and "Yellow Brick Road." THAT'S MY MESSAGE! BUY THIS CD! IT IS AWESOME! I LOVE IT AND YOU WILL TOO!
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By Chris Stoery on July 20, 2006
Format: Audio CD
I have always enjoyed Eminem's CDs from Slim Shady to his newest one. Unfortunately, Encore is not as good as the rest, but still better than most of the other crap out there. The album has many pros; beats from the one and only Dr. Dre (one of the best rap producers), the clear (and nasal) lyrics from Em, the featured artists are great, and the overall fun of listening to Eminem diss and piss off other celebirties. Eminem gets over his head when going into politics with his song "Mosh", and has 50 Cent on way too many songs. He seems to be turning more towards the comical role more than the rapping he did in The Eminem Show. Good, just not great.
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