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  • Audio CD (December 21, 2009)
  • Original Release Date: 2009
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: Extra tracks
  • Label: Aftermath
  • ASIN: B002XTBE8I
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (72 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,669 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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
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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

Editorial Reviews

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).

Customer Reviews

Music Box: Great intro, beat and lyrics.
J. Hughes
I found MAYBE half of the original Relapse songs for me, but all of the Refill tracks are good so overall you get quite a bit of solid content.
Amazon Customer
I did buy the CD album itself only because I hadn't originally bought the first album so this re-release was perfect for me.
O. Negron

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25 of 30 people found the following review helpful 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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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Shane Hughes on December 24, 2009
Format: MP3 Music
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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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Joshua Miller VINE VOICE on November 28, 2010
Format: Audio CD
After a 5-year hiatus, Eminem returned in early 2009 with Relapse promising a second album tentatively titled Relapse 2 later that year. As Relapse 2 began to materialize as a completely different album and realizing his promise would go unfulfilled, Eminem re-released Relapse as Refill featuring a second disc with 7 additional tracks. What began as a nice gesture, turned into a double-dip marketing scheme. Most fans don't want to purchase the entire album again for the additional seven tracks, so I'll say this before you read any further: If you already have Relapse, I'd recommend acquiring these seven tracks through a different source. If you don't have Relapse (a CD which I awarded 5 stars in my Amazon review), then it's worth your money to get Refill.

Relapse was a challenging album that it took me a while to warm up to. It took me even longer to listen to these seven tracks consecutively. The first time I tried to listen to them, nothing really caught my attention and I didn't return to it for a time. The more I listened to it, the more that stood out, and the more impressed I became with them. While not all perfect, these are pretty impressive songs that weren't just tossed onto a second-disc as an afterthought. While some sound like they were taken directly from Relapse, others fall somewhere in between the sound of that album and Recovery.

The first track "Forever" is actually a song by new rap star Drake that features a verse by Drake himself, Kanye West, Lil Wayne, and Eminem.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Shady31 on December 25, 2009
Format: Audio CD
Forever 5/5
Drake, Kanye and Wayne are outstanding but Em just comes in and has one of his best verses in years.

Hell Breaks Loose 3/5
Great beat by Dre, and the lyrics are on point but I was expecting a little more from this track. The hook is what kills it for me. Still a solid track.

Buffalo Bill 4/5
Accent is perfect for this beat. Em's flow is crazy but I'm just tired of him rapping about serial killers even though it's entertaining. Great track.

Elevator 5/5
Great hook, this is the Eminem I love, poking fun at people and just killing it lyrically. Nobody in the rap game can see this guy right now.

Taking My Ball 4/5
A bouncy track, sounds like a first single on one of Em's albums. Much better than We Made You. Don't let the sound of this track fool you, his wordplay is crazy and it has a very catchy hook.

Music Box 5/5
My personal favorite on Refill. Great intro and Em kills it from start to finish, and the beat is on point. Love this song, one of Em's best in a very long time. He's rapping in his normal voice and he sounds hungry.

Drop The Bomb On Em' 5/5
This song could replace Music Box as my favorite on the album because this song is just raw. This beat sounds like its from the Chronic 2001 album and Em just murders the beat. Flow is insane and he is just telling every rapper in the game to watch out and beware because he's back and on top of his game.

I wish Em didn't put Taking My Ball and Forever on here because we all have these songs. But there still great tracks, and if your a huge Eminem stan you will pick up this album. He should of just put it out as an EP but Interscope just wants to make some money so they threw the original Relapse on there.
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Jan 8, 2010 by icecube |  See all 2 posts
Will There be an EP of the new tracks?
doubtful shady shows no respect for his fans by releaseing the same album with six new songs for 20.00 when we already paid 11 for the first one.dont get me wrong i rebought taylor swift when did a similar thing with fearless,but atleast we got a bonus dvd.em should issue this as a ep or let fans... Read More
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