The Marshall Mathers LP2 (Deluxe) [Explicit] [+digital booklet]

November 5, 2013 | Format: MP3

$15.49
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Digital Booklet: The Marshall Mathers LP2
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Product Details

  • Original Release Date: November 5, 2013
  • Release Date: November 5, 2013
  • Label: Aftermath/Interscope/Shady
  • Copyright: (C) 2013 Aftermath Records
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  • Total Length: 1:42:22
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  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • ASIN: B00GBCMW9S
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (889 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #544 Paid in Albums (See Top 100 Paid in Albums)

Customer Reviews

One of his best albums yet.
Emily Campbell
I love this album, his music just gets better and better!!!
Amazon Customer
Great new songs, lyrics are amazing.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

190 of 215 people found the following review helpful By Harrison on November 5, 2013
Format: Audio CD
When Eminem first announced the title of his upcoming album in August by way of a clever advertisement, I had qualms and was concerned that he had made a mistake. How could he make a sequel to his most highly acclaimed work, especially after releasing "Recovery", an entire album that chronicled a maturing Eminem and showcased the destruction of a drug addiction that fueled a majority of "The Marshall Mathers LP"'s content? He even dyed his hair blonde again. Was this going to be a truthful return to a magnum opus, or was it a middle-aged man's last attempt to stay relevant in an evolving genre that now prides itself more on fashion than it does lyrics? I pondered this briefly and felt that he had made a mistake. As the singles were slowly released, I was pleased but not appeased. I found them enjoyable but did not see how they were in line with the content from "The Marshall Mathers LP". Then, on October 14, 2013, "Rap God" was released and it derailed all of my lingering preconceived notions. The track evinces a wild-throwback to the original "Mathers". Not only does it feature tantalizing wordplay, a ridiculously fast verse, and a versatile repertoire of lyrics, it is littered with homophobic and misogynistic lyrics, features that were heavily prevalent on the original. I don't mean to condone these lyrics, however, they were rather satisfying in the sense that they truly alluded to just how far Eminem went back. They're art and not mean to be taken literally. Additionally, there are references to the original album strewn all over the song; the opening introduction features the same words as "Remember Me", he repeats the Columbine line (uncensored this time) from "I'm Back" and the rest of the song features other blasts to the past.Read more ›
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77 of 89 people found the following review helpful By Tristan C. on November 5, 2013
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I've been an off-and-on Eminem fan over the years. I liked the first three albums a lot, but lost interest around encore, and relapse, but then ended up liking about half of recovery. This album is a full return to form for me. It has all the aggression, clever satirical lyrics, and really tight beats that I loved about the early Eminem albums. Eminem also introduced some really great fusion with other music styles on this album which is a treat if you're musically open minded. This album exceeded all of my expectations.
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16 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Juan Kerr on March 29, 2014
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I hate Eminem. He stands for everything wrong with the world..... I remember when that horrible "real slim shady" song was done at one of those music award shows, with a hundred skinny white boys with white t shirts and pants on the ground walked down the aisle. At the time, I could not believe that MUSIC had stooped to such low heights. That people out there would actually listen to this crap. I thought, if there wasn't a guitar or two, a bass, a set of drums and a singer, and MAYBE a piano/synth, then it wasn't music.

On a whim last week, I bought this album because of the video game advertisement. I liked the line about the alligator pit.

So I listened. To the whole thing. Like 5 times in a row. I laughed. I cried. I got pissed. I agreed. I sympathized. I related. Holy sh...., is this guy in my head? Who the hell does he think he is? Why the f is he talking about my life? OK so I'm not a rap god or anything but goddamn.

The whole album is motivational to me. The dude is incredibly talented, I sure wish I wasn't so musically closed minded through the 80's and 90's.

I don't own any other Eminem album, and I don't know that I will. This one is all the inspiration I need.
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45 of 59 people found the following review helpful By Ken Kaniff on November 6, 2013
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In my opinion, this is Eminem's best album since The Eminem Show, but i'm not sure where to place it among his first three albums yet. This album is more lyrically sophisticated than any album he's released and he's back to his tip top form when it comes to telling great stories. He's also able to create a great amount of diversity throughout the album, provoking almost every emotion possible. I just think it's funny how some people can't be satisfied with anything from Eminem lately. I understand why people can hate on Encore(obviously), Relapse, and Recovery for certain reasons, but this album is one of the best rap albums to come out in a while. If an up-and-coming artist released this album it would receive much more appraisal from critics than it is right now. He'll never be able to recapture the sound of the MMLP because it's a different time and situation. When Eminem's career is done for good, this album will be considered a classic.
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24 of 33 people found the following review helpful By Jason A. Cleveland on November 5, 2013
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Ok so this cd is a roller coster of emotions kinda like when my wife was pregnant. That being said I enjoyed the variety of different flows and beats on this album. Some of the tracks are direct pick ups from the first MMLP which takes you back to that time 13 years ago, which I really love! Eminem has come full circle on this album and he has not missed a step in the lyric/flow department. If this is his last album it will be sad not to hear another Em album but I must say going out with this is the same as if Michael Jordan would have stayed retired after his last championship run with the Chicago Bulls. This is a perfect ending to a AMAZING career. Eminem faced allot of backlash, Pain and heartbreak threw the years and he came out on top. Great Eminem album and if your a fan you will not be let down.
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