- Vinyl (23 September 2008)
- Language: English, English
- Number of Discs: 2
- Format: Explicit Lyrics
- Label: Aftermath
- ASIN: B00004TB5B
- Other Editions: Audio CD | Audio Cassette
- Average Customer Review: 2 customer reviews
The Marshall Mathers LP Explicit Lyrics
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Explicit Version. 2008 Vinyl pressing of The Marshall Mathers LP is the second commercial and third overall studio album released by US Rapper Eminem, released in 2000. Widely seen as his magnum opus, the album sold over 1.76 million copies in its first week, earning a spot in the Guinness Book of World Records as the fastest selling Rap album ever. It went on to sell over 21 million copies worldwide, earning critical acclaim, as well as considerable controversy and protest from groups such as GLAAD for its homophobic and violent lyrics.18 tracks.
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It’s always tempting to repeat past triumphs, and even beyond the title, this album clearly references "The Marshall Mathers LP," which was a black hole of an album, so bleak and dark and massive that it warped the cultural space-time of 2000. You couldn’t go anywhere without hearing it, or hearing people argue about it; it was the perfect soundtrack for drunk-driving to the nudie bar with your lowbrow friends, and the perfect topic of conversation for arguing with your highbrow friends about whether he was a genius or an evil genius or simply evil. And it was a genuinely awesome listen, but truly uncomfortable at times—not because he lacked talent, but because he was so clearly focused on using his talents for ill.
The good news is he’s mellowed a bit--but in the right ways. He’s still himself, America’s class clown, the misfit kid who dropped out of 9th grade and followed the exact opposite trajectory from what society expected, somehow turning stupid dick jokes into clever rhymes, and clever rhymes into super-stardom. And he’s getting away with things even he couldn’t get away with back then, rapping Columbine-related lyrics that were deleted from the first album just to see if he can get away with it. Only here, instead of an omnipresent Slim Shady lurking at Burger King and spitting on our onion rings, he’s the ultimate victim of his own misdeeds, hounded by fans and besieged in bathrooms, having his onion rings spat on because, hey, that’s how karma works in our flawed understanding.
But the only thing that really matters is the songs. And I can’t stop listening to the songs. I’ve probably listened to this album every other day since I got it, and I’m still hearing new and amazing lines. Eminem’s chief virtue, besides being a devoted father, is that he’s incredibly hard-working. Society’s gotten stratified enough that it seems like rap stars and athletes are the only people truly able to raise their station in life through sheer hard work, and Em may have slacked off for a few years of addiction and sickness, but he’s working as hard as anybody else in the business, and, most importantly, far harder than his critics, who are lazily taking potshots at the Eminem that used to be, rather than recognizing he’s beyond all that. They’re still confessional stories (except for the character sketch in track 1, which has Stan’s brother hunting him down to kill him), but they’re self-aware, very meta, featuring criticism of criticism, and an awareness of the irony inherent in his situation. If "Relapse" was an outlandish cartoon of an album, and "Recovery" a clear-eyed and intermittently amazing attempt to be something he’s not, this all Eminem, honest and reflective and true, the "Eminem Show" of his later period, embracing self in an attempt to transcend self, and making what might be the best album of his career.
This LP is word manipulation at it's finest, and while it's rather violent at times, the wordplay is outstanding and mostly unmatched to this day.
Some of the lyrics get you rewinding and thinking "Did he just what I think he said"?
EM is back and with a vengeance.
Highly recommend this for those who like EM or rap.
We start off with "Kill You" which is not only messed up, shocking, and at the same time makes you laugh, it's a great intro to this "Dark" album.
Stan is arguably one of the best song eminem has ever made. His storytelling skills shine through the roof on this one. People who never liked rap know the lyrics for this one. People who despise rap bump this song. Simply because it's not just a "SONG" it's a "STORY". An amazing track that really shows his emotion, strength in story telling, and just to show everyone how becoming "BIG" isn't always good.
We then get "Who Knew" which is a more laid back eminem we like that keeps questioning people, especially parents, how could he have known the kids would love him? That he be a role model to people? In a clever and witty way shows his SSLP type of song without a annoying voice.
Easily the best song on the cd comes next. Everyone i know is blown away by the next song. "The Way I Am" doesn't just prove eminem is a good rapper. It shows his frustration, his problems, his anger, his love for his daughter, his hate for his wife, his hate for the world, but most of all send a "**** YOU" message to critics and everyone who hates him. This is about as "Raw" as you'll ever see eminem.
Next two tracks aren't nearly as good. We get "The real shady" Another single for eminem to get people to know no one can be him, that he's the real shady. And we get "Remember me" with eminem more messed up lyrics but an annoying chorus and beat.
I'm back brings the CD back up and isn't only a clever written song but provoking lyrics, great beat, and the best ending to a song ever.
"Cause if I ever stuck it to any singer in showbiz
it'd be Jennifer Lopez, and Puffy you know this!
I'm sorry Puff, but I don't give a **** if this chick was my own mother
I still **** her with no rubber and *** inside her
and have a son and a new brother at the same time
and just say that it ain't mine, what's my name?"
Marshall Matters is eminem going into a beef with the clown posy, the guys trying to be rockers and rappers. Eminem doesn't even full focus as he talks about his family problems and how now only his girlfriend lets him meet his parents cause he's RICH and FAMOUS. Good beat and a mellow em make a good track.
Drug ballad to alot of people is a good party track but i couldn't stand it much. It's a decent track lyrically but a boring one for me and very skipable.
We then get Amityville. Not only is the emotion on the first track but we get Bizzra who is sick in the head but we get one of the strongest in terms of voice and emotion from eminem in a long time on the third verse. Em rips it and doesn't let up till the verse is over.
***** please 2 is a good track that shows snoop and dre can spit some great lines and the ending is a nice ending for em to make you laugh a few times.
Kim is a track you might play only once, I've only played it 4 times in my whole life and I've listened to this CD over 200 times. Why only 4 times? Cause it's just downright scary to hear eminem and his anger at his wife. And how he goes and kills her at the end is downright sick yet it's why eminem is known to be one of the most personal rappers around.
Under the influence is a decent D12 track. Eminem has a fun verse and the Chorus is catchy and funny.
We get what will always be one of my personal favorite eminem tracks and almost matches the way I am. Criminal shows Em at his best in wordplay and multi's are just amazing. Eminem is shady 100% on this track with his lyrics of being a crazy son of a ***** criminal is easily one of the best tracks on the CD.
So Marshall matters LP is a great CD and one of the best in the rap genre. It is a dark album, don't get it confused. Eminem isn't playing half the time, and then he can make you laugh, then make you ask "Did he really just say that?" and go back and forth between different ideas. Eminem begins his reign over the rap game here.