Sunday, November 22, 2009

THE 100 BEST ALBUMS of 2000-2009:

The Marshall Mathers LP (Eminem) (2000):

if his debut a year earlier had been the PG-13 introduction them Eminem would shock America with this stunning sophomore effort. Kill You is a rap fantasy about torturing his mother in a spiel worthy of Freud. Nonetheless, the quality of his rhymes and lyrical flow is undeniable: critics couldn’t get enough nor could the millions of teens who ate it all up making him an icon in the process. But underneath the excess and hype lies some brilliant tracks (The Way I Am, Drug Ballad, The Real Slim Shady, ect). ()

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