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Relapse album for sale by Eminem was released May 19, 2009 on the Interscope (USA) label. Eminem's RELAPSE, a double album released after five years of recorded silence, a record featuring Dr. Relapse songs Dre behind the boards for the first time since 2000, faced no shortage of the relentless pressure of expectations. A narrative of survival after facing down his demons in rehab unfurled with Eminem's usual twisted Swift-ian wit, RELAPSE should disappoint few fans (or critics for that matter) with its patented mix of hilariously spit venom and delirious self-loathing. Relapse CD music contains a single disc with 20 songs. ...See Full Description
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Eminem - Relapse Album Track Listing
|1||Dr. West (Skit) See All 7 Explicit ||1:29|| $0.69|
|2||3 a.M. See All 8 Explicit ||5:20|| $1.29|
|3||My Mom See All 7 Explicit ||5:20|| $1.29|
|4||Insane See All 7 Explicit ||3:01|| $1.29|
|5||Bagpipes From Baghdad See All 7 Explicit ||4:43|| $1.29|
|6||Hello See All 7 Explicit ||4:08|| $1.29|
|7||Tonya (Skit) See All 7 Explicit||0:43|| $0.69|
|8||Same Song & Dance See All 7 Explicit ||4:08|| $1.29|
|9||We Made You See All 8 ||4:30|| $1.29|
|10||Medicine Ball See All 7 Explicit ||3:57|| $1.29|
|11||Paul (Skit) See All 18 Explicit ||0:19|| $0.69|
|12||Stay Wide Awake See All 7 Explicit ||5:20|| $1.29|
|13||Old Time's Sake See All 7 Explicit |
with Dr. Dre
|14||Must Be the Ganja See All 8 Explicit ||4:03|| $1.29|
|15||Mr. Mathers (Skit) See All 8||0:42|| $0.69|
|16||Deja Vu See All 7 Explicit ||4:43|| $1.29|
|17||Beautiful See All 8 Explicit ||6:32|| $1.29|
|18||Crack A Bottle See All 7 Explicit |
with 50 Cent, Dr. Dre
|19||Steve Berman (Skit) See All 16 Explicit ||1:29|| $0.69|
|20||Underground See All 6 Explicit ||6:19|| $1.29|
Relapse buy CD music Customer Reviews
List All 51 Reviews
Awsome albume!! Shady's back 100% =D Great work...
By Atle (Norway)
||Eminem - RELAPSE|
This album is off the hook, Dr. Dre supplies the heat with the production and Eminem is killin' it on the lyrical side of things.
By Paul (Salem, NH, USA)
Not very good.
By Muhammad Rubenstein (Natches, TN)
sucks............grow up em
By thereal1 (Manhattan NYC)
||Listen to it since its about|
Bought album! What Em say concern these which be wicked behind scenes. As in, they could be family members kicking up poisonous dust to faces or putting drugs in food.
By Warren (Detroit, USA)
||Eminem iZ back|
This Cd is crazy, I dont know why people hate on him, he has the best lyrics and the sickest flow out there.
By randy (miami, fl,USA)
||Eminem Is Def Back|
All The Tracks R Fire Go N Cop Da Album
By wyteboi204 (hurricane wv)
||3 for the flow|
But the subject matter is either way to dark and almost nonsesnse to immature and outright stupid to inconsistent to be a great album but his flow is crazy sao are the beats but overall this album is a miss its not the high quality that i was hoping for dissappointed with this release maybe next time huh?.
By Travis Baldwin (Merlin,Oregon USA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!)
||Em better than before|
This is classic Em putting together all his albums into one masterpiece. I like that Em went back to the darkside and tells the story of why he was gone for 4 years and he ends up dying on the cd with satan talking to him.
By Juice (Minnesota, USA)
||Eminem Back On Top!!|
Dr. Dre defitnetley gave us a little preview of what to expect from his Detox album as far as production goes, so sick!!! Eminem is on another level with this album and his flow is so sick.
By pandartz (Lahaina, Hawaii, USA)
This album is terrible. Eminem has definite fallen off. There is nothing original about this at all. boring wack high pitched gimmicky flows.
By alove (northeast,pa)
By far his best material ever. Well worth the doe can not wait for relapse 2!
By allen moody (valparaiso in)
||Return of Eminem|
It's a very interesting c.d. honestly. The new sound of Eminem seems to twine the with the pschotic side of Eminem in the new cd "Relapse".
By silenthill555666 (Springfield, MO, USA)
||Oh Grow Up Already|
New album. Same old whining. What is this guy so mad at the world for?
By Tuttle (Astoria, NY)
||Havent decided if its his best yet.|
Best songs in order.1) Beautiful 2) Last Song and Dance 3) DejaVu 4) Underground 5) 3am 6) Crack a bottle 7) Must be the ganja 8) bagpipes from baghdad. Those 8 songs are amazing.
By jordan. (Vancouver)
||Listen 2 This Album|
This is a great Album 2 just sit and listen 2 straight through. It really takes u n2 the mind of a drug addict.
By Mumbles (Baltimore, MD, USA)
||This Is Em'|
This brand new album sounds like Encore, or Eminem Show... Good beats, featuring and lyrics. Dr. Dre did great job, and Eminem is always on top ! By this CD, it's all good.
By opak973 (French Guyana, South America)
||It's a Solid CD|
I like eminem i think his flow is one of the best in hip hop, on this Cd i feel the topics are subject matterless it reminds me of his encore album when there was a lot of songs with no purpose out of 20 songs i like 8 of them not a classic cd at all!!!!
By LILTMILL (Los angeles, Ca)
||MUST HAVE RAP CLASSIC!|
this is a classic. its got the perfect blend of everything. lyrically it was 5 stars. but he uses tht annoying vice 2.5/3 of the album.
By rex grossman (springfield,IL,USA)
Hip-Hop is back, since the return of "The Great White Hope." Classic album with hits like: Stay Wide Awake, Underground, Bagpipes From Baghdad, 3 AM; Em the 2nd best rapper ever to Tupac who's of course #1.
By Meechy (St. Louis, MO, USA)
Classic Eminem flow and delivery. Just pure genius in the way he puts words together. However the topics aren't relevant in alot of songs but his lyrical genius makes up for it.
By Joshua Daniel (Louisville, Ky)
||Best hip hop album of the year. Bar NONE|
Shady is back... This new record lets people know Slim is back in the game to do fools solid...
By Zen (OC, CA)
||Slim Shady at his best|
I was kind of nervous when I heard we made you, then he dropped 3 a.m. and it was over, the reason people hate on this album is they don't give it enough listens, his flow is so crazy that he really have to get into it, so I suggest sittin in a dark room and putting the headphones on because it is a very dark album and just zone in on it, a lot better than encore, probably can place it almost up to the slim shady lp after a few more listens, doesnt quite come up to the marshall lp but havent heard a quality album from start to finish in years other than relapse....
By khenion (Ludington, MI)
||Can't wait for part 2|
I love this CD.... hooks get trapped in your head for days. Im a huge EM and he didn't let his fan on this LP....
By ryan1476 (Detroit, MI)
||Most Dissapointing Album Ever|
Wow.... TERRIBLE!!! Im a huge Em fan, but Relapse is just flat out AWFUL. I was looking forward to this album so much and have never been more dissapointed.
By Brian (Da Ville, MO)
This Eminem album is very creative with the skits and the intro very catchy. This album explains very well what Eminem has been going through with his drug problems and all.
By Ed (Newyork, NY)
||Eminem is Brilliant|
What can I say. Vintage Eminem on every track. You might as well break off your skip track button, because every song is amazing.
By Angela (Brantford, ON, CAN)
||Slim Shady Is Crazy|
By Pete (Philly)
i gave it wo stars because he tryed. i was beginning to think eminem was one of the best because his lyrics were soo great but noww i dont like this new trying to be the old em.
By davante (STL, MO)
It took him 4 years but he did it again. How does he do it we may never know. By far one of his best! The best 13bucks I ever spend.
By tommy b (beach park IL)
||not his best but still great|
at first the songs seem a little one dimensional but once you listen to them a few times you start to appreciate them more, maybe thats due to dre producing the whole album, but none the less the beats are great.
By kedro (long beach)
This cd is amazing. Back to the old Shady flow, sick beats produced by dre. aka the BOSS. Must have for any rap fan
By marc (norwalk, CT, USA)
||Finally A Breathe Of Fresh Air|
It's not a classic like his others but its one the best albums so far this year and in a long time.
By aj_1985 (Toronto,Ont,Canada)
this album has not evolved at all. most rappers go head to head with the best rappers. instead he goes after brit spears and amy winehouse?? wow, you're badazz em.
By junkie (rehab)
||SLIM IS BACK|
Great album, every song is fire. Eminem is going back his old slim shady days, in many songs his voice is back to the Slim Shady LP high-pitch.
By Roland (Los Angeles, CA, USA)
||A BREATH OF FRESH AIR|
This is by far the best cd of the year.
By BIG MIKE (PITTSBURGH, PA.)
||EMINEM my fellow 313 pplz|
I think EMINEM did a good job in todays style of hip hop, im sick of dances these days, he is the only lyrical person that had a good come back, i bump him all day just give the credit he worked well on this, its not his best ever but damn close to it 4real.
By rickybutler89 (detroit, mi)
||I just rated this...|
I said "best since Marshall Mathers LP"...I forgot to get it a star rating before, of course I meant to give it 5.
By NewUploader1 (Phoenix)
||WORTH BUYING! 3 HIT SINGLES|
songs like beautiful, me made you,and 3 am are really good..
By delfilia_surya (Singapore)
||Great Production, Wack Flow|
Wow, Dr. Dre has done it again. The production on this album was straight fire. Eminem on the other hand was very disappointing with his flows.
By Brandon Horton (Phoenix, AZ)
||The best EM CD since The Eminem Show|
I just love this CD! I personally recomment, 3 am, my mom, insane, bangpipes over baghdad, hello, for old times sake, dejavu, and underground!
By Manny Boyy (Los Angeles, CAlifornia)
|eminem is eminem|
great album waiting the second relapse
By monos20032002 (egypt;cairo)
||the king of rap is back|
Finally. i been waiting for so long. hes back. the album is really good. Prolly hes best so far. you wont be dissapoint.
By carlosfragela80 (fl, hialeah)
||EMINEM is great|
eminem did it again with this great album after being down for some years now.
By Cory (Seattle,WA,USA)
||Not very good|
When you start forcing it, there's a need to hang it up. Dre's production isn't anything special on this album, almost as mundane as his disappointing effort on Jay-Z's Kingdom come, and eminem is clearly just back to pull the cash lever with loyal fans who were singing Encore's praise until it was apparent how bad it was.
By alias_clark_kent5000 (Scottsdale, AZ)
||His Best and CRAZIEST yet, I have to say.|
I loved his new album. Eminem's absence in the world of rap has had a big effect and having him back with his new album which tells about his struggles and what went on and what he thought about his own absence.
By Makayla (Paola, KS, USA)
wow, im disappointed in this cd, its aweful... nothing catchy, no song worth finishing.... im shocked and suprised at how aweful this cd is.
By jrzydvl (Hell, MI, US)
||eminem best album it a classic|
This is by far eminem best album haven't drop n album n 4 years n every song is amazing his lyrics is crazy n dre beats R crazy 2 go wit the lyrics a dark album n it dis eminem the greatest of all time go cop it if u not a eminem fan well don't cause this hiphop truest mc in the game.
By jsuge02 (chicago il)
Not very mainstream at all, and I like it.. It really grows and grows too.. Dr. Dre on all tracks, except one..
By T-DOGG (NORWAY!)
||Shady Iz Back !!!!!|
I can explain track for track why this album is ridiculous but im gonna keep it short. Em is one of the best lyricists of all time if not(The) best !!! His Flows are Crazy, His word play is one of a kind.
By Sik S Wizzy (Wtby, CT)
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Relapse songs Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||7911671|
|Release Date||May 19, 2009|
|Producer||Dominic West; Dawaun Parker; Dr. Dre; Eminem; Mark Batson; Trevor Lawrence; Dr. Dre; Eminem|
|Engineer||Mauricio "Veto" Iragorri; Paul Foley; Paul Rosenberg; Ruben Rivera|
|Recording Time||76 minutes|
Also: Dr. Dre, 50 Cent
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A Caucasian rapper from Detroit, a Dr. Dre disciple with bright blonde hair--at first glance, Eminem seemed the unlikeliest of hip-hop stars. However, his debut, THE SLIM SHADY LP, contained clever rhymes and even the occasional innovation. His sophomore effort, THE MARSHALL MATHERS LP, proved that Eminem was no fluke, but instead a legitimate rap visionary.
While his horror/shock rap can be unsettling, it's more often hilarious, as he and his Slim Shady character skewer anyone and everyone, notably the MTV-based world that surrounded him after the success of his first record. Few can come up with rhymes as consistently clever as this Motor City madman, and lines that will be repeated as long as this CD is spun. The most startling moment has to be "Stan," featuring haunting, ethereal guest vocals from Dido; an incongruously sublime track, it spins an O. Henry-meets-'60s teenage-death-song tale of obsessed fan worship gone terribly wrong.
Producers include: Dr. Dre, The 45 King, Mel-Man, F.B.T., Eminem.
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Personnel: Eminem (vocals); Mike Elizondo (guitar, keyboards); John Bigham (guitar); Tom Coster, Jr., Camara Kambon (keyboards).
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Recording information: 54 Sound, Detroit, MI; Chung King; Encore Studios; Larabee Sound Studios; The Mix Room; The Record Plant, Los Angeles, CA.
Photographer: Joe-Mama Nitzberg.
Personnel: Eminem, Snoop, Xzibit, Nate Dogg, Sticky Fingaz (rap vocals); Dido (vocals); Jeff Bass, Steve Berman, Paul "Bunyan" Rosenberg (spoken vocals); Mike Elizondo (guitar, keyboards, bass); Sean Cruise, John Bingham (guitar); Tommy Coster, Jr., Camara Kambon (keyboards); DJ Head (programming).
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Relapse songs With Recovery, it becomes obvious that Eminem's richest albums aren't necessarily his most structurally sound, which isn't much of a surprise when considering the rapper's full-on embrace of flaws and contradictions. This lean, mean, bipolar machine began life as Relapse 2, but when Shady decided he wasn't really Shady at the moment, and that he was no longer keen on Relapse -- or the last two albums, as he states on "Talkin' 2 Myself" -- it became Marshall Mathers time again, so damn any 11th hour issues. This results in an album where a shameless but killer Michael J. Fox punch line ("The world will stop spinnin' and Michael J. Fox`ll come to a standstill" from "Cold Wind") is followed by a song with another, less effective MJF joke ("Make like Michael J. Fox in your drawers, playin' with an Etch-A-Sketch"), although that song is the lurching heavy metal monster "Won't Back Down" with P!nk, and it could be used as the lead-in to "Lose Yourself" on any ego-boosting mixtape. Ignoring these contradictions, fans can feed on the energy, the renewed sense of purpose, and Marshall doing whatever the hell he wants, up to and including shoehorning a grand, D12-like comedy number ("W.T.P.," which stands for "White Trash Party") into this emotionally heavy album. It's fascinating when Em admits "Hatred was flowin' through my veins, on the verge of goin' insane/I almost made a song dissin' Lil Wayne" and then "Thank God I didn't do it/I'da had my ass handed to me, and I knew it," before sparring with said Weezy on the Haddaway-sampling "No Love." When the recovery-minded "Going Through Changes" gets back on the wagon by sampling Black Sabbath's very druggy "Changes," it's a brilliant and layered idea that's executed with poignant lyrics on top. Add the man at his most profound (the gigantic hit "Not Afraid") and his most profane ("You wanna get graphic? We can go the scenic route/You couldn't make a bulimic puke on a piece of corn and peanut poop" from "On Fire") plus one of thickest lyric booklets out of any of his albums and the fans who really listen are instantly on board. It may be flawed and the rapper's attitude is sometimes one step ahead of his output, but he hasn't sounded this unfiltered and proud since The Marshall Mathers LP, so to hell with refinement -- bring on the hunger and spirit of 8 Mile. ~ David Jeffries
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Relapse album for sale While Eminem has revealed levels of depth far beyond his Slim Shady persona, few could have anticipated 'Mosh,' the second single from his 2004 release, ENCORE. This song, by one of music's most controversial artists, features Em focusing his rage like never before, ultimately calling on the youth of America to rise up and vote. While his brilliantly scathing tirade against President George W. Bush didn't lead to the politician's defeat, it certainly captured the country's attention and attempted to raise listeners' political awareness. It also effectively increased the already huge stature of the expectation-defying Detroit rapper only a few weeks before his highly anticipated fourth record's release.
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