Eminem - Music To Be Murdered By

 (Black Ice Vinyl)


Interscope Records


Hip Hop / Rap

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AINT 74701
UPC: 602508735172
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Vinyl Record

No. of Discs: 2


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Double "Black Ice" vinyl LP

Grammy-winner Eminen's 11th album

"Eminen's 11th album offers over an hour of the world's greatest rapper blasting away on all cylinders. It is the first great album of 2020, so lethally brilliant it should be a crime." — The Telegraph (U.K.)

For Eminem, the first half of this past decade started much better than it finished, writes reviewer Scott Glaysher by HipHopDX.

2010's Recovery was regarded as one of Marshall's best project in years, not to mention being the vehicle that brought him his most commercially successful single to date, "Love The Way You Lie." From there though, Em's social standing in the court of public opinion started to slowly decline. The slander from fans and critics alike became so bad that Em was forced to drop his own version of a Kamikaze in 2018; a full-on diss album geared towards the world at large.

Music To be Murdered By dropped out of nowhere, similar to Kamikaze, but unlike the aforementioned album, this new project is even darker and clearly calculated.

If Kamikaze was the crime of passion in retaliation to the onslaught of criticism Marshall faced since 2013 then Music To be Murdered By is the premeditated homicide being willfully carried out on anyone left that denies his GOAT status.

"...the best moments are when he just free associates as a pinball in the hip-hop machine, disappearing all meaning and persona and ego into his warp-speed ceiling-fan flow on a tune like 'Godzilla' or 'Little Engine,' which are no 'Rap God,' but at the very least a Rap Priest. And the guests are not shoehorned in, so for once Em sounds like he's trying to cohabitate with the people sharing his tracks: Anderson .Paak leaps out of 'Lock It Up,' and giving the incredible Young M.A. the lead verse on the lead track could only have been bested by her spitting a callback about stabbing him in the head. But 'I sell like 4 million when I put out a bad album' is hilarious and probably true." — Consequence of Sound

Side A
1. Premonition [Intro]
2. Unaccommodating
3. You Gon’ Learn
4. Alfred [Interlude]
5. Those Kinda Nights
6. In TooDeep

Side B
1. Godzilla
2. Darkness
3. Leaving Heaven
4. Yah Yah

Side C
1. Stepdad [Intro]
2. Stepdad
3. Marsh
4. NeverLove Again
5. Little Engine
6. Lock It Up

Side D
1. Farewell
2. No Regrets
3. I Will
4. Alfred [Outro]

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