The Slim Shady LP

Eminem - The Slim Shady LP
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1999 Ratings: #53 / 124
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A fun, catchy and a exciting album, that doesn't sound like other hip-hop albums from that era. The problem with Eminem is that he delivered only one more great album. His later records are not on the same level.


I know MMLP is considered to be Eminem’s magnum opus and it is a truly great album that forever will be one of the top albums of all-time, but I personally like SSLP more as I feel like it’s fun without being too overly dark

Best Tracks:
Role Model (favorite)
Just Don't Give A Fuck (favorite)
Bad Meets Evil
Guilty Conscience
Brain Damage
My Name Is
My Fault
‘97 Bonnie & Clyde


Attack of the Killer Nem Nems (episode 1: Humble Origins)

Eminem's debut album is a damn classic for good reason.

Considering how back then, Rap Music was a very inclusive genre at the time this album released, some white guy from Detroit rapping was pretty much unheard of. Sure, I suppose there WERE artists like Vanilla Ice that were semi-popular at the time, but artists like Vanilla Ice were part of the reason why many prominent figures of the rap scene just made fun of white guys trying ... read more




This album is eminem at his rawest energy. The album is mostly fueled by its shock value bars and horrorcore elements.


this album feels like house of the dead overkill LMFAO

humor and production hasn't aged that well but it's fun i guess

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