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May 31, 2022

Eminem: The Eminem Show (2002). Marshall's Goes Live -- From His Perspective

Eminem: The Eminem Show (2002). Marshall's Goes Live  -- From His Perspective

B Cox reviews Eminem's fourth album The Eminem Show as it turns 20. On the heels of two massively successfully albums in The Slim Shady LP and The Marshall Mathers LP, Eminem sought to take a different approach on his latest effort. Taking over the production reins in this album, Eminem brings us a closer look into his personal life and the turmoil that surrounded it. While he gave us full glimpse of his Slim Shady alter-ego in his past efforts, the album gives us a more mature and transparent view of the Detroit superstar. Talking about his impact on the hip-hop game and pop-culture, his controversial lyrics, family and relationship issues and the occasional laugh, Mathers delivers on showing the game there was more to him than shock bars and controversial statements.

As of now, the album has sold more than 12 million copies domestically and 27 million copies worldwide becoming one of the best selling albums of all time -- of any genre.

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Show Notes

Stereogum: The Eminem Show Turns 20


Audacy: Run That Back: Eminem's 'The Eminem Show' Turns 20


It's Just Trav: The Eminem Show Album Turns 20 Today


Complex: 'The Eminem Show' 20th Anniversary Expanded Edition Arrives With 18 Bonus Tracks



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