PeteRJun 26, 2010Great album. His best since The Eminem Show. No other rappers out there today can even compare to the lyrical and mic skills of this guy.
AndrewT.Jun 23, 2010This album is so sick it going to be a number one seller for sure.
TJP.Jun 22, 2010Awesome album. Keep up the good work EM!
NoirlingJun 25, 2010I don't understand music critics, I suppose, because this album is excellent. There were at least 5 songs on it that I would deem hit I don't understand music critics, I suppose, because this album is excellent. There were at least 5 songs on it that I would deem hit worthy. The rest were 4 and 3 star quality. It's time to get off the HATE EMINEM bus, people. This stuff is touching and tight. Peep it.… Expand
Dec 27, 2012Even though it's evident that Eminem is still getting back on his feet, his flow is back to normal (which is incredible and unmatched) and hisEven though it's evident that Eminem is still getting back on his feet, his flow is back to normal (which is incredible and unmatched) and his lyrical brilliance is finally exposed. The emotional content is resonant even though the tone inconsistencies are awkward and not smooth in "The Eminem Show" and "MMLP". The bottom line is I can't stop listening to this album repeatedly.… Expand
JamesKJun 23, 2010Honestly, Eminem has once again succeeded in making me embarrassed to listen to hip-hop. His lyrics are filled with hate and shame that he Honestly, Eminem has once again succeeded in making me embarrassed to listen to hip-hop. His lyrics are filled with hate and shame that he has no reason to have. Seeing the user score for this album makes me disgusted as well. Has the real hip-hop really died?… Expand
Published: February 10, 2011Do the most deserving artists get nominated? Do the best nominees win? We take a look at the current nominees (including Album of the Year contender Arcade Fire) and past winners in several key Grammy Award categories to find out.
|Sticky Fingers [Deluxe Edition] - The Rolling Stones|
|Physical Graffiti [Remastered] - Led Zeppelin|
|To Pimp A Butterfly - Kendrick Lamar|
|The Smithsonian Folkways Collection [Box Set] - Lead Belly|
|Miles Davis at Newport: 1955-1975 The Bootleg Series, Vol. 4 - Miles Davis|
|Bouquets from a Cloudy Sky: The Complete Pretty Things Collection [Box Set] - The Pretty Things|
|Carrie & Lowell - Sufjan Stevens|
|Hand.Cannot.Erase. - Steven Wilson|
|Live at the Fillmore East: October 4th & 5th, 1968 [Box Set] - Sly & the Family Stone|
|Sometimes I Sit And Think, And Sometimes I Just Sit - Courtney Barnett|
|The Fade in Time - Sam Lee|
|From Kinshasa - Mbongwana Star|
|Complicated Game - James McMurtry|
|Ten Love Songs - Susanne Sundfør|
|The Blade - Ashley Monroe|
|Choose Your Weapon - Hiatus Kaiyote|
|Mono - The Mavericks|
|I Love You, Honeybear - Father John Misty|
|Remembering Mountains: Unheard Songs By Karen Dalton - Various Artists|
|Something More Than Free - Jason Isbell|