Eminem Presents: The Re-Up

Discussion in 'Other Music' started by Chris., Nov 27, 2006.

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    Chris.

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    I'm gonna go ahead and start a thread about this CD because I think it's a great CD, which was intended to be a mixtape. I'm sure most people here will hate it but oh well.

    Eminem's new track on this Mixtape is the best song he's ever written and the beat he raps over is really good. It's a sure sign that Eminem still has the will to write good songs, despite what came out of Encore and the recent collaborations he's done.

    Anyone else like this CD?
     
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    JJ

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    i havnt heard it yet - will comment on it when i do though
     
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    No Apoloigies is the best Eminem track in a long time...
     
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    "No Apololgies" consists of old Em verses.
     
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    That's what makes it good. It sounds like "The Eminem Show." His rap style on "Encore" for the most part was awful.
     
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    No Apologies has some verses from other freestyles he's done in the past. The beat is amazing, and is probably the best song he's put out in a long time.

    I got the Re-Up when it leaked a week ago, and I think it's a half-half album. Half the songs are simply amazing, while the other half fall short. Personally, I think Cashis is pretty talented, while Bobby Creek is mediocre, sometimes a litttle flat. The songs with those 2 artists make the least positive contribution to the rest of the album.

    Jimmy Crack Corn, No Apologies, Murder, Whatever You Want, Shady Narcotics (amazing background beat) and You Don't Know are the top songs, in my opinion, on the album.
     
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