Cat No: 4596322

To coincide & celebrate the 20th anniversary of its initial release, Eminem is reissuing his stunning fourth album, The Eminem Show in this new and ‘most-showiest’ of expanded editions.

Containing instrumentals of selected tracks, freestyles and live versions of songs from previous albums performed with his longtime friend and collaborator Proof at Tramps, New York and Fuji Rock Festival, Japan. It also features four new tracks which were recorded during the initial recording sessions but not included in the original version of the album; “Stimulate”, which was kept off the album due to time constraints and instead appeared on the bonus disc of the 8 Mile soundtrack album, “Bump Heads” and “The Conspiracy Freestyle” (which had appeared on other Shady Records releases), and an unreleased song, “Jimmy, Brian, and Mike”, which had a verse and chorus re-recorded by Eminem especially for the expanded edition. This album sees Eminem take a substantially more predominant production role as most of it was self-produced with his longtime collaborator Jeff Bass; not to mention Dr. Dre being credited as the album’s executive producer. Featuring guest appearances from Obie Trice, D12, Dr. Dre, Nate Dogg, Dina Rae and Eminem’s daughter Hailie Jade Scott-Mathers. The Eminem Show incorporates a heavier use of rap-rock than Eminem’s previous albums and its themes are predominantly based on Eminem’s prominence in hip hop culture, as well as his ambivalent thoughts of fame. The album is woven with political commentary on the United States, including references to 9/11, Osama bin Laden, the War on terror, President George W. Bush, Lynne Cheney and Tipper Gore. Due to its less satirical and shock factor lyrical approach, The Eminem Show was regarded as Eminem’s most personal album at the time and a step back from the Slim Shady alter ego. A number one for some six weeks on the Billboard 200 on its initial release, it went on to become the both the best-selling album in the United States & worldwide of 2002; certified 12× platinum and the second best-selling album of the 21st century.

  1. Curtains Up (Skit)
  2. White America
  3. Business
  4. Cleanin’ Out My Closet
  5. Square Dance
  6. The Kiss (Skit)
  7. Soldier
  8. Say Goodbye Hollywood
  9. Drips
  10. Without Me
  11. Paul Rosenberg (Skit)
  12. Sing For The Moment
  13. Superman
  14. Hailie’s Song
  15. Steve Berman (Skit)
  16. When The Music Stops
  17. Say What You Say
  18. ‘Till I Collapse
  19. My Dad’s Gone Crazy
  20. Curtains Close
  21. Stimulate
  22. The Conspiracy Freestyle
  23. Bump Heads (Featuring 50 Cent, Tony Yayo, and Lloyd Banks)
  24. Johnny, Brian and Mike (Previously Unreleased)
  25. Freestyle (#1) (Live at Tramps, New York, 1999)
  26. Brain Damage (Live at Tramps, New York, 1999)
  27. Freestyle (#2) (Live at Tramps, New York, 1999)
  28. Just Don’t Give a Fuck (Live at Tramps, New York, 1999)
  29. The Way I Am (Live at the Fuji Rock Festival, 2001) (Featuring Proof)
  30. The Real Slim Shady (Live at the Fuji Rock Festival, 2001) (Featuring Proof)
  31. Business (Instrumental)
  32. Cleanin’ Out My Closet (Instrumental)
  33. Square Dance (Instrumental)
  34. Without Me (Instrumental)
  35. Sing For The Moment (Instrumental)
  36. Superman (Instrumental)
  37. Say What You Say (Instrumental)
  38. ‘Till I Collapse (Instrumental)

The Eminem Show (Deluxe Edition)

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Cat No: 4596322

To coincide & celebrate the 20th anniversary of its initial release, Eminem is reissuing his stunning fourth album, The Eminem Show in this new and 'most-showiest' of expanded editions.

Containing instrumentals of selected tracks, freestyles and live versions of songs from previous albums performed with his longtime friend and collaborator Proof at Tramps, New York and Fuji Rock Festival, Japan. It also features four new tracks which were recorded during the initial recording sessions but not included in the original version of the album; "Stimulate", which was kept off the album due to time constraints and instead appeared on the bonus disc of the 8 Mile soundtrack album, "Bump Heads" and "The Conspiracy Freestyle" (which had appeared on other Shady Records releases), and an unreleased song, "Jimmy, Brian, and Mike", which had a verse and chorus re-recorded by Eminem especially for the expanded edition. This album sees Eminem take a substantially more predominant production role as most of it was self-produced with his longtime collaborator Jeff Bass; not to mention Dr. Dre being credited as the album's executive producer. Featuring guest appearances from Obie Trice, D12, Dr. Dre, Nate Dogg, Dina Rae and Eminem's daughter Hailie Jade Scott-Mathers. The Eminem Show incorporates a heavier use of rap-rock than Eminem's previous albums and its themes are predominantly based on Eminem's prominence in hip hop culture, as well as his ambivalent thoughts of fame. The album is woven with political commentary on the United States, including references to 9/11, Osama bin Laden, the War on terror, President George W. Bush, Lynne Cheney and Tipper Gore. Due to its less satirical and shock factor lyrical approach, The Eminem Show was regarded as Eminem's most personal album at the time and a step back from the Slim Shady alter ego. A number one for some six weeks on the Billboard 200 on its initial release, it went on to become the both the best-selling album in the United States & worldwide of 2002; certified 12× platinum and the second best-selling album of the 21st century.

Curtains Up (Skit)
White America
Business
Cleanin' Out My Closet
Square Dance
The Kiss (Skit)
Soldier
Say Goodbye Hollywood
Drips
Without Me
Paul Rosenberg (Skit)
Sing For The Moment
Superman
Hailie's Song
Steve Berman (Skit)
When The Music Stops
Say What You Say
'Till I Collapse
My Dad's Gone Crazy
Curtains Close
Stimulate
The Conspiracy Freestyle
Bump Heads (Featuring 50 Cent, Tony Yayo, and Lloyd Banks)
Johnny, Brian and Mike (Previously Unreleased)
Freestyle (#1) (Live at Tramps, New York, 1999)
Brain Damage (Live at Tramps, New York, 1999)
Freestyle (#2) (Live at Tramps, New York, 1999)
Just Don't Give a Fuck (Live at Tramps, New York, 1999)
The Way I Am (Live at the Fuji Rock Festival, 2001) (Featuring Proof)
The Real Slim Shady (Live at the Fuji Rock Festival, 2001) (Featuring Proof)
Business (Instrumental)
Cleanin' Out My Closet (Instrumental)
Square Dance (Instrumental)
Without Me (Instrumental)
Sing For The Moment (Instrumental)
Superman (Instrumental)
Say What You Say (Instrumental)
'Till I Collapse (Instrumental)

Cat No: 4596422A

To coincide & celebrate the 20th anniversary of its initial release, Eminem is reissuing his stunning fourth album, The Eminem Show in this new and 'most-showiest' of expanded editions.

Containing instrumentals of selected tracks, freestyles and live versions of songs from previous albums performed with his longtime friend and collaborator Proof at Tramps, New York and Fuji Rock Festival, Japan. It also features four new tracks which were recorded during the initial recording sessions but not included in the original version of the album; "Stimulate", which was kept off the album due to time constraints and instead appeared on the bonus disc of the 8 Mile soundtrack album, "Bump Heads" and "The Conspiracy Freestyle" (which had appeared on other Shady Records releases), and an unreleased song, "Jimmy, Brian, and Mike", which had a verse and chorus re-recorded by Eminem especially for the expanded edition. This album sees Eminem take a substantially more predominant production role as most of it was self-produced with his longtime collaborator Jeff Bass; not to mention Dr. Dre being credited as the album's executive producer. Featuring guest appearances from Obie Trice, D12, Dr. Dre, Nate Dogg, Dina Rae and Eminem's daughter Hailie Jade Scott-Mathers. The Eminem Show incorporates a heavier use of rap-rock than Eminem's previous albums and its themes are predominantly based on Eminem's prominence in hip hop culture, as well as his ambivalent thoughts of fame. The album is woven with political commentary on the United States, including references to 9/11, Osama bin Laden, the War on terror, President George W. Bush, Lynne Cheney and Tipper Gore. Due to its less satirical and shock factor lyrical approach, The Eminem Show was regarded as Eminem's most personal album at the time and a step back from the Slim Shady alter ego. A number one for some six weeks on the Billboard 200 on its initial release, it went on to become the both the best-selling album in the United States & worldwide of 2002; certified 12× platinum and the second best-selling album of the 21st century.

Curtains Up (Skit)
White America
Business
Cleanin' Out My Closet
Square Dance
The Kiss (Skit)
Soldier
Say Goodbye Hollywood
Drips
Without Me
Paul Rosenberg (Skit)
Sing For The Moment
Superman
Hailie's Song
Steve Berman (Skit)
When The Music Stops
Say What You Say
'Till I Collapse
My Dad's Gone Crazy
Curtains Close
Stimulate
The Conspiracy Freestyle
Bump Heads (Featuring 50 Cent, Tony Yayo, and Lloyd Banks)
Johnny, Brian and Mike (Previously Unreleased)
Freestyle (#1) (Live at Tramps, New York, 1999)
Brain Damage (Live at Tramps, New York, 1999)
Freestyle (#2) (Live at Tramps, New York, 1999)
Just Don't Give a Fuck (Live at Tramps, New York, 1999)
The Way I Am (Live at the Fuji Rock Festival, 2001) (Featuring Proof)
The Real Slim Shady (Live at the Fuji Rock Festival, 2001) (Featuring Proof)
Business (Instrumental)
Cleanin' Out My Closet (Instrumental)
Square Dance (Instrumental)
Without Me (Instrumental)
Sing For The Moment (Instrumental)
Superman (Instrumental)
Say What You Say (Instrumental)
'Till I Collapse (Instrumental)

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Genre:Hip Hop Record Label:UMR Release Date:27/01/2023
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