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listen  1. Lose Yourself (Soundtrack Version) [Explicit]Eminem 5:20$1.29  Buy MP3 
listen  2. Love Me (Soundtrack Version (Explicit))50 Cent 4:31$1.29  Buy MP3 
listen  3. 8 Mile (Soundtrack Version) [Explicit]Eminem 5:59$1.29  Buy MP3 
listen  4. Adrenaline Rush (Soundtrack Version (Explicit))Obie Trice 3:49$0.99  Buy MP3 
listen  5. Places To Go (Soundtrack Version (Explicit))50 Cent 4:15$1.29  Buy MP3 
listen  6. Rap Game (Soundtrack Version) [Explicit]D-12 5:54$1.29  Buy MP3 
listen  7. 8 Miles And Runnin' (Soundtrack Version) [Explicit]Jay-Z 4:08$1.29  Buy MP3 
listen  8. Spitshine (Soundtrack Version (Explicit)) [Explicit]Alvin Joiner 3:39Album Only
listen  9. Time Of My Life (Soundtrack Version)MacY Gray 4:21$0.99  Buy MP3 
listen10. U Wanna Be Me (Soundtrack Version) [Explicit]Nas 3:50$0.99  Buy MP3 
listen11. Wanksta (Soundtrack Version) [Explicit]50 Cent 3:38$1.29  Buy MP3 
listen12. Wastin' My TimeBoomkat 3:38$0.99  Buy MP3 
listen13. R.A.K.I.M. (Soundtrack Version) [Explicit]Rakim 4:23$0.99  Buy MP3 
listen14. That's My Nigga Fo' Real (Soundtrack Version (Explicit)) [Explicit]Young Zee 4:45$0.99  Buy MP3 
listen15. Battle (Soundtrack Version (Explicit))Gang Starr 2:55Album Only
listen16. Rabbit Run (Soundtrack Version (Explicit)) [Explicit]Eminem 3:10$1.29  Buy MP3 

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  • Audio CD (October 29, 2002)
  • Original Release Date: November 8, 2002
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Soundtrack, Explicit Lyrics
  • Label: Interscope Records
  • Run Time: 110 minutes
  • ASIN: B00006LWSF
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (268 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,771 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Tracks include: 1. Lose Yourself - Eminem 5:20 2. Love Me - Eminem/Obie Trice/50 Cent 4:31 3. 8 Mile - Eminem 5:59 4. Adrenaline Rush - Obie Trice 3:49 5. Places To Go - 50 Cent 4:15 6. Rap Game - D-12 5:54 7. 8 Miles And Runnin' - Jay-Z featuring Freeway 4:08 8. Spitshine - Xzibit 3:39 9. Time Of My Life - Macy Gray 4:21 10. U Wanna Be Me - Nas 3:50 11. Wanksta - 50 Cent 3:38 12. Wastin' My Time - Boomkat (Taryn Manning) 3:38 13. R.A.K.I.M. - Rakim 4:23 14. That's My N**** Fo' Real - Young Zee 4:45 15. Battle - Gang Starr 2:55 16. Rabbit Run - Eminem 3:10

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How Eminem was able to assemble so many credible emcees of today and yesteryear (Jay-Z, Rakim) to endorse his Holly'hood coming out party is anyone's guess. What is clear, however, is that (dare we say it) the Shady One might be growing up. On "Lose Yourself" Em abandons his callous, hardcore posturing to write thoughtful hood-centric coming-of-age lyrics that would make Melle Mel proud. On "Battle," Gang Starr's Guru tears through a sick beat from rap's most prolific producer, DJ Premier. Sadly, Nas wastes more valuable studio time dissing Jay-Z (ho hum) on "You Wanna Be Me." Interestingly, once you get past the living-legend love-in and peep the skills from Em's lesser-known Shady Records roster of underground wordsmiths, such as 50 Cent ("Wanksta") or Obie Trice ("Adrenaline Rush"), you might urge Em to consider giving up his thespian pursuits to become a full-time record executive. Not even the baffling inclusion of Macy Gray's humdrum "Time of Your Life" can sink this project. --Dalton Higgins

Customer Reviews

A MUST BUY for rap fans.
S. Khan
Overall, my only dissapointment was the Nas song, but the rest are good.
musiqstar87
The songs by Obie Trice and Eminem are really good.
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18 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Done on November 1, 2002
Format: Audio CD
8 Mile Soundtrack, has to be one of the nicest soundtracks out in a long time. In the movie Eminem is the the main actor, and the story is similar to his life story, and his long rise in the game. The soundtrack is laced with loads of rap talent, old and new, with Ems group D12, 50 Cent, Nas, Jay-Z, Young Zee,Gangstarr, Freeway, Macy Gracy, Boomkat, Obie Trice and the legendary Rakim all making appearances. The album opens with the lead single "Lose Yourself", Eminem verses.. You only get one shot, do not miss your chance to blow; this opportunity comes once in a lifetime.. to the background guitar riffs which gradually rise throghout the song. Eminem is passing the message, when the opportunity comes, you better dam will grasp it, track is very powerfull. This is my favourite track on the album."8 Mile" and "Love Me" Feat. 50 Cent and Obie Trice follow and are nice tracks. On "8 Miles and Running" Jay-Z and Freeway drop a deadly combination. Macy Gracys "Time of Your Life" brings about a change in sound, produced by Dante Ross, as does Nas "U wanna be Me" another blazing track where Nas kicks insightful knowledge. Hiphop Legend Rakim who is making a commeback appears on "R.A.K.I.M" and flows nicely, letting you know he is still very much in the game. Gangstarr appears on "Battle" produced by DJ premier. 8 mile soundtrack is really a show of Shady Records talent and Eminems beats but succesfull tracks by big names like Nas, Jay-Z and Rakim all raise the quality of the album. Blazing soundtrack, worth checking out.
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27 of 31 people found the following review helpful By Carly on January 14, 2003
Format: Audio CD
The 8 Mile soundtrack is being given a lot of publicity mainly because the movie is such a success. However, I think everyone's making too much of a big deal about it. I listened to the CD with high expectations and was left thinking, 'That's it??' Sure, the songs by Eminem are pretty hot (actually they're very hot) but others, such as "Spit Shine" (XZIBIT), "U wanna be me" (Nas), "R.A.K.I.M" (Rakim) and "That's my Nigga fo' real" (Young Zee) had very similar beats and had me skipping over to the next song before they were even finished! As for "Adrenaline Rush" (Obie Trice), the excessive use of the word [explicit word]kinda got boring after a while. I like the feminine touch added by "Time of my Life" (Macy Gray) and "Wasting my time" (Boomkat), but I've gotta say, the only ones probably worth listening to again are "Lose Yourself", "Love Me", "Rap Game", "8 Miles and Runnin'", "Wanksta", "Battle" and "Rabbit Run". My fave song on the whole CD was by far, "8 Mile". It's gonna be huge!
In conclusion, if you're after Eminem only, maybe this isn't the one for you.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Ren Höek on August 24, 2006
Format: Audio CD
Back when I was still determining what music genre to call my own I developed an interest in rap. After a while I got my first real rap album, 8 Mile. It still remains one of my favourite albums. Every song (excluding 2, you'll know which ones I'm talking about) has been burnt in my memory. I'll break it down for you...

1. LOSE YOURSELF-Eminem: (5/5)- What better way to start an album than with the first rap song to win the Academy Award for Best Song. This is, without a doubt, one of Eminem's best ever, and don't forget that he produced it too. This will always be a rap classic, need I say more?

2. LOVE ME-Eminem ft. Obie Trice & 50 Cent: (4.5/5)- Maybe it doesn't sport the best content, but I can't get enough of this one. Em's production is excellent, the light vocal chorus contrasts very well with the hard rap. All three artists are hungry and they deliver well.

3. 8 MILE-Eminem: (4/5)- Another good production by Eminem, at 6:00 minutes it's a little long, but recreates that dirty Detroit street feeling from the movie.

4. ADRENALINE RUSH-Obie Trice: (4/5)- Obie definitely captures your attention with this one, nowhere else will you here muthaf***** spit so many times in one chorus. Perhaps the most over-the-top on this album, but I love it.

5. PLACES TO GO-50 Cent: (4/5)- Now that we're well acquainted with Trice, it's 50's turn to introduce himself. This is a good one, especially considering it's 50 Cent. He doesn't sound bored in this one, and it's yet another great production from Eminem.

6. RAP GAME-D12: (4.5/5)- This one sports all six members of D12, with a dope chorus from 50 Cent and chilling joint-production between Eminem and Denaun Porter (Kon Artis).
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26 of 32 people found the following review helpful By C. Shafran on November 16, 2002
Format: Audio CD
As a movie soundtrack, "8 Mile" is not the best, especially since only a few of the songs appear in the movie. Eminem, of course, contributes the best tracks and this time from the prespective of his "Rabbit" character instead of "Slim Shady", which adds a new dimension to Em's already powerful MC arsenal. The problem is the rest of the artists give an uneven contribution. Even the rap heavyweights are disappointing at times. LOSE YOURSELF-You've problably heard this 100 times by now. It's still great; a different and more inspirational track than Em's other commercial hits. (5/5) LOVE ME-An odd semi-love song. The funniest verse comes from 50 Cent. (3.5/5) 8 MILE-More than just the movie's title. A terrific 6-minute escape-from-home rant from Em and perfect for the film. My favorite track. I liked this even better than "Lose Yourself". (5/5) ADRENALINE RUSH-I hated this. Em's protege' Obie Trice, who contributed a really disgusting verse in "Drips", does no better here. An empty diss of whomever .... Obie's track on the bonus sampler is much better than this. (0/5) PLACES TO GO-To me, 50 Cent shows much more potential than Obie. He has a more laid back style in his delivery. Pretty smooth track and fitting for the movie. (4/5) RAP GAME-Pretty amusing track from D12. Funniest moment is Em rapping in Pig Latin. (3.5/5) 8 MILES AND RUNNIN'-Okay track from Jay-Z & Freeway, but it sounds like an ad for "Blueprint 2". (3/5) SPIT SHINE-So-so rant from Xzibit. He been more forceful in his previous work. (2.5/5) TIME OF MY LIFE-Sure, this song is out of place, but I still liked it. (4/5) U WANNA B ME-Normally, Nas is one of the more deep, thought-provoking rappers around, especially in songs like "One Mic", but he's completely wasted here.Read more ›
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