Recovery (Explicit Version) [Explicit]

June 21, 2010 | Format: MP3

$11.49
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Product Details

  • Original Release Date: June 21, 2010
  • Release Date: June 21, 2010
  • Label: Aftermath
  • Copyright: (C) 2010 Aftermath Records
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  • Total Length: 1:16:56
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  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • ASIN: B003RNXIBK
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (534 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #802 Paid in Albums (See Top 100 Paid in Albums)

Customer Reviews

I like pretty much every song on this album.
James Sargent
Anybody who says they dont like eminems music really listen to his music in private and just doesnt tell anybody.
VivaLaColten
This is one of the best Hip-Hop albums I Ever heard in my opinion.
musicman16

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

282 of 327 people found the following review helpful By Master Of Puppets on June 21, 2010
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For years Eminem has only had his pain and anger from the problems with his mother and ex wife to rap about. Now that he has went through the hardships of life and gotten all of that out of the way he's rapping about real things. I have been a lifetime fan of Mathers, I have never fully hated any of his albums yet at the same time I felt he was just dragging on his effort. I do not buy many cds anymore but after hearing a few of the songs on this album I rushed out and bought it. Eminem in my humble opinion is now better than he ever has been and it shows in the production and effort he put into this album.

1. Cold Wind Blows 8/10: Eminem tries to be a bit comical while still hard in this track and does a decent job of both. Good song but not great.

2. Talkin' 2 Myself ft. Kobe 10/10: This song is very engrossing and draw you into singing the chorus along with Kobe. I never heard of this guy before but the track was very effective and enjoyable.

3. On Fire 4/10: Not going to say anything bad about this track however, it does not have a very good feel to it for me. Make your own assesment.

4. Won't Back Down ft. Pink 8/10: This song is a very good collaboration between the two of them. However I think the choice of Eminem to add in Pink after the track was recorded was a bad idea as it just doesn't quite mix.

5. W.T.P. 7/10: Old school Eminem type song yet you can tell he put some effort into making his rhymes meaningful unlike older songs where he simply made us feel stupid for listening to it.

6. Going Through Changes 11/10: This song was simply amazingly put together. First of all you'll notice the sampling of Ozzy in this song. It was a suprise to me but it melds pefectly and makes the track flawless.

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62 of 72 people found the following review helpful By George on June 21, 2010
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This just entered into the realm of the Marshall Mathers LP and the Eminem Show (sorry Slim Shady LP still love you), maybe even beyond. He's back to where he should be, only sober with more intelligence and more maturity. Who would have thought this CD lived up to the hype? Nobody. Who would have thought he could put out a CD where he didn't take 10 songs to slam celebrities, his mother, and kim? No one. It's all about him, his freedom from drugs and alcohol and how this all has affected who he is and what he loves...rap. Album of the year to date
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47 of 57 people found the following review helpful By Antoine D. Reid VINE VOICE on June 21, 2010
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If you have been let down or disappointed by the last few efforts by Eminem, don't count him out just yet. 'Recovery' is, in my opinion, probably one of the best albums since his debut, if not the best of his entire career. Gone are the immature pop hits that have occupied his albums since Encore (Deluxe Edition). In their place are really deep songs that aren't really hardcore rap or hip-hop but certainly aren't weak, forgettable pop songs that made it onto his album in the past. On a few tracks of 'Recovery' he acknowledges that his past efforts, especially 'Relapse', weren't that great. He also states that with 'Recovery' he wanted to raise the bar and return with something that would silence his critics and reassure his fans that he was back to true form and better than ever. In my opinion, 'Recovery' does just that. It's a deep and personal album but better produced than Relapse and features some of his best lyrics and raps. If you thought Eminem had lost his edge, give this album a listen because I think it's clear that he found it again.

The Good: For me, what makes 'Recovery' such a great album is how personal it is. There are a lot of tracks that deal with his personal demons such as his toxic relationship with his ex wife, the death of his close friend, his inability to deal with fame, his addictions.
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11 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Sky TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on June 29, 2010
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It's not too often that I buy an entire Rap or Hip Hop recording. Usually I'll just download an occasional song or two from an artist in the category. The last full Rap/Hip Hop CD I bought was Dr. Dre's 2001 way back in 1999, and I haven't felt the need to go any further than downloading the best songs from any Hip Hop CD since then...until today.

After listening to Eminem's Recovery, well over an hour's worth of tunes, I would say that the best Rap recording in 10 years has arrived.

I don't know what to make of Eminem. He's seems to be mostly angry about something; then next thing you know he's apologizing about this or that in a few songs; then he's crackin' jokes and making fun or just being funny; next he's pouring his heart out in an emotional epic. Regardless, every song on this recording is catchy and in a few cases just brilliant.

But I gotta tell ya, even on some of the brilliant songs I was cringing at some of Em's colorful explanations and descriptions of people, places and things. Hoo brother you'd better use your discretion about letting your kids download this one; this recording stretches the limits of PG-13, but ironically my guess is that it is kids around the age of 13+ that you'll find downloading this the most.

Whether you think Eminem is White with Black stripes or Black with White stripes, this guy is the real deal. The man is from the street and he's gonna tell you how his day is going...and he's gonna tell you how he REALLY feels.
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