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Relapse: Refill Explicit Lyrics, Extra tracks

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Deluxe two CD edition of his Relapse release including a bonus CD containing seven new tracks. 2009 album from one of the most successful Rap artists in history. He's sold more albums than most Rock and Pop superstars. He's a Grammy winner. He's an Oscar winner. He's been on the cover of practically every music magazine since his debut album dropped in 1999. Now, 10 years after The Slim Shady LP, Eminem marks his 10th anniversary as a Hip Hop hurricane with Relapse, yet another skillful collaboration with Dr. Dre. Features the single 'Crack A Bottle' (which features Dre and 50 Cent).

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Dr. West - Skit
  2. 3 a.m.
  3. My Mom
  4. Insane
  5. Bagpipes From Baghdad
  6. Hello
  7. Tonya
  8. Same Song & Dance
  9. We Made You
  10. Medicine Ball
  11. Paul (Skit)
  12. Stay Wide Awake
  13. Old Time's Sake Featuring Dr. Dre
  14. Must Be The Ganja
  15. Mr. Mathers (Skit)
  16. Deja Vu
  17. Beautiful
  18. Crack A Bottle Feat. Dr. Dre & 50 Cent
  19. Steve Berman (Skit)
  20. Underground/Ken Kaniff

Disc: 2

  1. Forever (Drake, Kanye West, Lil Wayne, EMINEM)
  2. Hell Breaks Loose (Featuring Dr. Dre)
  3. Buffalo Bill
  4. Elevator
  5. Taking My Ball
  6. Music Box
  7. Drop The Bomb On


Product Details

  • Audio CD (December 21, 2009)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: Explicit Lyrics, Extra tracks
  • Label: Aftermath
  • ASIN: B002XTBE8I
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (96 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #9,653 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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By J. Hughes on December 21, 2009
Format: Audio CD
While I can't agree with the decision to make these tracks available ONLY by re-purchasing an album that came out 7 months ago, the bonus tracks are (mostly) worth the hassle. Here's a track-by-track review from a fan who's been following Shady since the first underground leaks in 1998.

Forever:
Only throwaway track, not worth the 4 minutes it takes to get to Em's verse. This belongs on one of the B-Artist's albums and not here.

Hell Breaks Loose:
A good Em and Dre track. Dre sounds like he's trying a bit too hard to switch up his style though.

Buffalo Bill:
A solid, demented track with the lyrical quality we've come to expect.

Elevator:
Might be the catchiest hook of Em's career and the best of the bonus tracks. This was the right single to release.

Taking My Ball:
Never been a fan of the poppy, celebrity-focused songs but it's a decent track.

Music Box:
Great intro, beat and lyrics. The bells in the beat make me laugh coming out around Christmas time...

Drop The Bomb On 'Em:
My favorite track on the album. It sounds like he got hungry again but ran out of people to battle.
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The new songs are awesome. Music Box is easily my favorite of the new ones and the third verse of that song is straight fire from Em. There are no weak songs on this refill. Dre holds it down well providing even more haunting beats. Elevator reminds me of The Eminem Show which is my favorite Eminem album to date so this has me really excited for Relapse 2.
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So after 4 years of waiting, Eminem released Relapse! I remember when this CD was released, it got quite a bit of flack by critics, fans and Em himself. Even to this day Em doesn't talk much about Relapse. To me, however, Relapse may be Eminems greatest artistic endevour to date.

Like most people, when this CD released back in 2009 I wasn't really sure how I felt about it, Em was back after 'Encore' and 4 years of struggling with his addiction to drugs. I really liked 3 AM, but what was this weird accent he was using? I listened to a friends album once and never bought it myself. After 6 years of waiting and the Marshall Mathers 2 LP released I decided to acquire this album for myself. After listening to it a few times, I knew this was Eminems greatest artistic work to date... and here is why.

Eminem really captures the strangeness and darkness of the mind of a serial killer like no other. Listening to '3 am' 'Hello' 'Same Song and Dance' 'Medicine Ball' the Refill tracks 'Buffalo Bill' 'Music Box' and the crowning achievement 'Stay Wide Awake'. These songs are all from a very serial killer persona and Dre's beats behind Em's brutal and grotesque lyrics lock in the weird and unique atmosphere. 'Art?' you may ask, 'Appalling' you may say. If you've ever done any research on serial killers and the way they act and what they do, you may gain respect for Eminems ability to capture that weirdness in his raps.

In between those serial killer songs and verses, Eminem is also rapping about his addiction in a way that captures the crazy euphoria and spiral of a drug addict. Eminem said while he was writing this album his mind was all fogged by the withdrawal from pills and alcohol, it definitely came through.
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a great way to be introduced to rap music and eminem's particular, distinct take on it. there's something for everybody in his upfront, direct take on taboo and difficult issues that we all have to face in our everyday lives. beat the censors and get his music where it needs to be - at the top of everyone's list.
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Would have have it a 5 if he didn't use the accents. The beats were dope and the lyrics were crazy. Was more of an underground Album. It was great but he kind of went a little overboard with the voice.
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By bgf3 on February 6, 2013
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What can I say other than it is Eminem. Sounds great, price is right and purchased several more of his albums from this seller and shipped fast. The extra cd is great, wife is jealous and wants to borrow it.
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Tho i pity the fools who where forced to buy this album after they already bought relapse, it is definitely worth it. Tho not all songs are pure fire (The track taking my ball is just stupid and buffalo bill is super creepy if you don't actually know who buffalo bill is) a majority of tracks were not bad. The chorus on a lot of them is really the high point, especially in "music box" and "elevator".
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By nikki on February 18, 2014
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It came really quickly! About a week before it was supposed to. Also there was a really nice note inside :) My cd case did come cracked, but that is no way there fault, and they will send you money to get a new case. But I didn't think it was worth the trouble. Overall awesome!
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