Funny how no one talked about the cover. Well compared to the MMLP1 opus it is a pretty good metaphor of what Eminem has become. Eminem has disappeared, and his house is just worth $1. Detroit is just ruins, so let’s have fun in ruins. Setting apart the completely ridiculous lyrics and nauseous everything-phobia, it is quite fun to listen to Eminem having stripped off everything from his music to basically behaving like a clown in a circus.
This is really premature evaluation, the second half is still growing on you. What about balancing with mature evaluation, like, two months later — or one year later. Legendary albums not always appear so in the first place.
They should have waited for Arcade Fire’s Reflektor. WTF. This list is nonsense anyway.
Ha. Just saw this comment. I said the same thing below. A great record!
Sincerely I don’t get the point about Belly’s Star. It is a brilliant record. I mean, why not. I would take out an awful lot of records from the list but not this one. I might have missed the irony perhaps.
Hey Pitchfork: this one goes to eleven.
I am quite amazed on how their sound had evolved without losing an inch of the urgency found on “Funeral”. This is one sounds like an instant classic.
Bloody time zone difference. I cannot be quick enough everything is already said.
Where The Streets Have No Name
Yeah Yeah Yeah Yeah Yeah Yeah
One of the only true masterpieces I happened to love right when it was released, at an age where I did not know a lot about music, and I now rank very very very high even after having listened to a whole bunch of records.