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Eminem - Encore
Reviewed By
jazzy (Gareth)
Thu, November 18th, 2004. 01:58 pm

Eminem ‚?? Encore

Eminem has always set himself up as America‚??s angriest, most passionate man. Anyone expecting more of the same on Encore will be left extremely disappointed though. Eminem has often hinted this will be his last album and in comparison to his previous three LPs, Encore sounds like a retirement record. The problem here is that Eminem is breaking absolutely no new ground ‚?? the complete atrocity that is Just Lose It is a mere rehash of previous work and the rest of the album follows suit. Apart from Mosh. Yep, Mosh is the saving grace of this disappointing LP. If this album is his goodbye to the music world, then this song needs to be the song they carry the coffin out to. Five minutes of the most scalding, relevant lyrics Em has ever written, backed with the best track Dre has produced for him. If only the rest of the album lived up to that standard‚?¶



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