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Deluxe edition includes two bonus tracks. 2011 release from this Hip Hop duo featuring Royce da 5'9 and Eminem. They are best known for collaborating on a self-titled song that appeared on Eminem's major-label debut album The Slim Shady LP in 1999 and their early association with Dr. Dre and his label Aftermath Entertainment. The duo recorded numerous well received underground songs including the popular song 'Renegade' which would later be used on Jay-Z's The Blueprint album with Royce's verses replaced by Jay-Z. They have also recorded numerous freestyles together, including a 12-minute long battle. Bad Meets Evil split up in 2000, after Royce fell out with Eminem's group, D12 and Dr. Dre. They have since reunited.
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Product Details

  • Audio CD (June 14, 2011)
  • Parental Advisory ed. edition
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: EP, Deluxe Edition
  • Label: Shady
  • ASIN: B004ZQRJFO
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (184 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #4,014 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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By P. Binh on June 15, 2011
Format: Audio CD
Bad Meets Evil has been on hiatus for the better part of a decade, but you would never know it by listening to this E.P. Each track, with the exception of "Lighters," features complex, blistering, back-and-forth rhymes delivered by two incredibly skilled veterans of the rap game. Eminem is held by many to be the Greatest of All Time (GOAT) to ever rock the mic while Royce da 5'9" is never mentioned in debates about who the GOAT is; he is almost never mentioned in anyone's top 5, top 10, or top 25. Nevertheless, he holds his own with Eminem despite the disparity in their skill levels. There is probably no other rapper in the game who could do so, verse for verse, bar for bar, on almost a dozen songs. Few rappers could avoid being "murdered on their own ish" the way Royce has here.

Royce and Em rap circles around one another, finish each other's lines, and pick up where the other left off, sometimes mid-bar. The video equivalent of their dynamic can be seen at the end of "Fast Lane" music video where they jump in front of one another to be first before the camera. Theirs is a unique chemistry -- a competitive cooperation, or a cooperative competition -- that has produced a lyrical rap fan's dream.

This skit-free almost album length work keeps things moving. There is never a dull moment. "Lighters" does not fit with the E.P.'s overall motif of murders, beat downs, rapes, and literal/literary insanities, but its inclusion prevents it from being a monotone, boring, one note release. The beats are varied: "Take From Me" reminds me of something that could've been on Lupe Fiasco's Lasers, while "Loud Noises" is eccentric enough to be challenging for the likes of Eminem.
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When I heard this was coming out, I knew I wanted it. Whether it flopped or not. I remember when the Slim Shady LP came out. I remember hearing "see you in Hell for the sequel" and thinking "these two need to do more of this". This album is just awesome. Brought me back to the days when I was younger. As I listened to it, I felt like a kid again who had just brought home some "dirty" music, just as I had done before. If you grew up in the 90's and remember blaring Em's, Kid Rock's, Limp Bizkit's, Korn's, and others like it on your parent's stereos, then this album will take you back in time. I only wish I could have bought this at the record store that I always remember going to as an "under age" kid. The teenagers working there never had to check ID's if the boss wasn't around. Too bad its not there anymore. Great, now I feel old.
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UPDATE: THIS IS A REVIEW THAT PRIMARILY FOCUSES ON EMINEM'S OUTPUT ON THIS RECORD (THOUGH I DO ADDRESS THE BAD MEETS EVIL PARTNERSHIP AND ROYCE SEVERAL TIMES). DUE TO COMPLAINTS FROM TROLLS, I'D LIKE TO SAY THAT THIS REVIEW IS IN NO WAY INTENDED TO BE A SLIGHT TO ROYCE DA 5'9, A LYRICAL BEAST. WHEN I DO TALK ABOUT ROYCE IN THIS REVIEW I HAVE NOTHING BUT LAUDATORY THINGS TO SAY ABOUT HIM. THIS IS JUST A RIDICULOUSLY LONG REVIEW FROM A DEDICATED STAN'S POINT OF VIEW. MUCH RESPECT TO ROYCE DA 5'9 (ONE OF THE BEST MCs IN THE GAME TODAY), DESPITE THE FACT THAT THIS IS PRIMARILY AN EMINEM REVIEW.

Alright, let's just air out the facts here: "Recovery" was a great album because Eminem had "recovered" from his rap-slump and gained his old skills back and also developed new techniques such as brilliant double entendres, double-time rhyming over beats, and metaphors that were out of this world and even better than many metaphors we've heard from him in the past. After his rehab, Em said that he had to "learn how to rap again," and "Recovery" showed that he had in fact gained back the lyrical magic that laced the music on his early efforts, along with gaining some new impressive skills.

But, "Recovery" seemed to be targeting to a new audience with tracks like "Love the Way You Lie", "Space Bound", and "Not Afraid", which many old-school Shady fans resented, and I can see why. "Recovery" wasn't hardcore like most old-school Eminem fans are accustomed to, and the inevitable cries of "sell-out" or "soft" began to ring out from some hip-hop fans. I can't count how many times I've heard, "Recovery is great, but I miss the old Slim Shady." To tell the truth, I liked "Recovery" a lot, but basically just because Em had truly "recovered" his lyrical prowess that he's always been known for.
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I have had this cd in my 6 disk changer sense the day it came out. I listen to it the whole way through (accept Lighters because I don't like Bruno Mars). Most songs have an interesting hook and the song with Mike Epps is catchy and adds to the album.
I am a big fan of Eminem's Recovery album, but these seem like older Em tracks compared to his newer ones that aren't as rough.
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i never liked EPs, but when i listened to the HELL: THE SEQUEL it was amazing, i love every single track from this ep, especially KISS and THE REUNION this two songs has the best lyrics in my opinion, if u love hip-hop then u should get this album
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I guess Eminem really is out of his drug slump, because this CD and 'Recovery' really impressed me. Although 'Recovery' is a little more "well rounded", if you are a true hip hop fan you will enjoy 'Bad Meets Evil". Its very lyrical, and both Em and 5'9' bring their A game. They work very well bouncing off one another. This CD is a must have.
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