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  1. Motaxe

    Relapse 2 was Eminem's planned seventh studio album. It would have been a sequel to his album Relapse and it would've been released in either and In was scrapped in favor of Recovery. Below are tracklists, album arts and proper download links to every Relapse 2 fan album I could find. Gtafan
  2. Shaktijin

    Steve: it would be better if you gave me nothing at all Eminem: what? Steve: this album is less than nothing I can't sell this fucking record! Eminem: what? Steve: do you know what's happening to me out there? Eminem: wha-what's the problem? Steve: violent ground told me to go fuck myself! Eminem: who's violent-? Steve: tower records told me to.
  3. Shaktigrel

    Lyrics to Steve Berman [Relapse Skit] by Eminem from the Relapse: Refill album - including song video, artist biography, translations and more!
  4. Kigakora

    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Relapse on Discogs. Label: Aftermath Entertainment - B,Interscope Records - B • Format: CD Album • Country: US • Genre: Hip Hop • Style: Thug Rap, Pop Rap/5(90).
  5. Goltirr

    Eminem is an American rapper, record producer, songwriter, and actor. Member of the hip-hop group D12 and half of the hip-hop duo Bad Meets Evil and one .
  6. Kagale

    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Relapse on Discogs. Label: Aftermath Entertainment - ,Shady Records - ,Interscope Records - ,Web Entertainment - • Format: CD Album, Reissue • Country: Europe • Genre: Hip Hop • Style: Hardcore Hip-Hop, Horrorcore.
  7. Dutaur

    May 22,  · That’s Steve Berman, real-life circa president of sales at Interscope, talking to Eminem on “Steve Berman,” one of the skits from The Marshall Mathers LP. In that skit, Eminem’s.
  8. Digami

    Relapse is a concept album that revolves around horror, drug rehabilitation and relapse. A return of his Slim Shady alter ego, Eminem stated that the album's theme was more reminiscent of The Slim Shady LP () and The Marshall Mathers LP ().
  9. Mazuzshura

    May 15,  · Editors’ Notes Rap’s provocateur-in-chief strikes back after a troubled five-year break, with his knack for writing songs that cut like a scalpel unblunted by drug struggles or the passage of time. Eminem’s still capable of daring ideas (rapping from the perspective of a serial killer on “3Am”) and acid-tongued humor (spitting one-liners over the circus-esque beat of “We Made You”).

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