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One of the most anticipated and explosive albums of the year, Welcome to: OUR HOUSE, executive produced by Eminem, is the second album from the creative collaboration of Crooked I, Joe Budden, Joell Ortiz and Royce da 5 9 . Brash and outspoken, bringing together the East Coast, West Coast and Detroit, Slaughterhouse issued a self-titled EP last year and was featured on Loud Noises on the gold-certified, #1-charting Hell: The Sequel from Bad Meets Evil, the collaboration between Royce and Eminem. The group was previously heard on Session One, a bonus track on Eminem's 2010 blockbuster Recovery, following their debut, indie-issued album in 2009. Widely acclaimed as individual artists, the group formed in late 2008 after Crooked I from Long Beach, CA, Joell Ortiz from Brooklyn, NY and Royce da 5 9; from Detroit appeared on Slaughterhouse on the Halfway House album from Harlem-born, New Jersey-raised Joe Budden. They then named the collective after the song.
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Digital Booklet: Welcome To: Our House
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Product Details

  • Audio CD (August 28, 2012)
  • deluxe_edition edition
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Deluxe Edition
  • Label: Shady
  • ASIN: B008I34YIK
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (106 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #50,000 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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I give Eminem a whole lot of credit. He was left in a very difficult position upon signing Slaughterhouse. How does one take a group of emcees known primarily for their technical prowess and lyrical acrobatics and get their sound to appeal to a mainstream audience that has been trained, for nearly a decade, to ignore content in favor of loud beats and catchy hooks? Even more troubling - how do you do that without simultaneously alienating the group's already large and rabid fan base?

Well. Mission accomplished.

Let me open the body of this review by saying this - there are some songs on this album for almost no other purpose than garnering radio/club play and attracting a larger audience to the unique lyricism that Slaughterhouse brings to the table. Those songs range from the tolerable (My Life) to the terrible (Throw It Away.) These songs are going to make long-time fans of Slaughterhouse and its members' solo efforts cringe in horror. With that said - anyone who attempts to tell you that this whole album is made up of that style of song is either lying or just flat hating on the fact that their "cool" underground group has busted into the mainstream.

If this album accomplishes nothing else it stands as a world-class exhibition of just how versatile these four artists are. These guys really can do it all. There is really something for everyone on this album and it is all backed by great production value, powerful beats, and some of the best lyrics you'll find in modern Hip-Hop.

Do you like jazzed up party tunes with up-tempo beats and catchy hooks? Then songs like Hammer Dance, Get Up, Flip A Bird, and Frat House will get the party bouncing and keep it that way.
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this album is great. the only song that i'm not feeling is 'throw it away' but i see what they were trying to do with it. the album itself is very easy to listen to straight through in one sitting. great beats, lyrics, production and features. skylar grey adds a real emotional element to the songs she is featured on, and her voice is amazing. eminem has a verse that is pure fire on 'our house' and includes a very slim shady-esque beat on the song 'asylum'. not to mention, all the slaughters absolutely killed it! great album!
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Let me start off this review by first saying, I was not feeling my first play through. I've been a fan of Slaughterhouse since their first self-titled album,and I was expecting that lyrical miracle. I just thought damn they sold out with these mainstream beats and watered down lyrics. But then the more understanding side came out of me and I said, well damn this is a STUDIO ALBUM not a Mixtape or Underground Album. So I went on my second listen and damn, they did it, Is all I can say. They made a Solid album, I can go through the whole LP without skipping a song.

My Personal Album Highlights.

Our House:(Sounds like an Eminem song, how can you go wrong on that. Only complaint on this song is, why does Eminem have a verse on here and not Joe Budden? This is an Introduction song and I feel they slipped here, they should of had the four members spittin' on here. Not Royce, Crook, Joell then Em lol. Anyways I digress, this is just a pesky complaint)

Coffin: (High Energy song makes you want to move!)

Throw That: (Fun song)

Get up: (Another dope Hardcore Hip-hop song)

Flip a Bird:(The whole song has a Three Six Mafia feel, real dope)

Goodbye: (Very sentimental, may cause tears. No lie.)

Die: (Here's that Lyrical miracle for the core fans)

Frat House: (I see this one and "Flip a bird" getting a lot of plays in my ride)

As you can see that's a lot of songs and these are just my personal favorites.
At the end of the day there isn't any other album like this out right now in Hip-Hop, so if you're a fan of Slaughterhouse or Hip-hop or just a fan of music period. GO GET THIS ALBUM!

Also, get their free mix-tape "On The House" These are songs for the core fans!
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*Deep sigh* This is exactly what I knew would happen. Once I heard Yelawolf's album last year I told everyone the Slaughterhouse album would be just as messed up as "Radioactive" was, and I was right. This is not the same Slaughterhouse we heard three years ago. I guess I can start with the petty things like the cover art. It looks like a stoned toddler went and had fun on Photoshop for the first time. That cover is awful. Ok, time for the music.

When "The Slaughter" starts it gets you real hyped. By the time it ends you expect the next song to come and hit hard, but it doesn't. It's some wannabe introspective track, and Royce couldn't even get through the first verse on the album without mentioning Eminem. It disgusts me. I had the same issue with their mixtape "On The House." They can't stop themselves from bringing this dude's name up as much as possible. The man is washed up, stop acting like he's still on top.

Throughout the album it's one song after the next and they all feel lifeless. Each one feels longer than the one before it, and it's just boring. It's obvious they tried to take the commercial route with songs like "Throw That," "My Life," "Throw It Away" & "Park It Sideways." Those are hands down the worst songs on the album. There are some songs like "Rescue Me" that could have been dope, but it wasn't necessary to have all four of them spit a verse. That song would've been fantastic with just Crooked I and Joe Budden because they both spit amazing verses.

Overall Joell Ortiz surprised me the most. Lately it's felt like his heart wasn't fully in it, but a good chunk of his verses on here aren't bad. Royce had to be the most annoying. And I hate to say something like that because I love Royce, but he just sounds so full of himself now.
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