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The Marshall Mathers LP a fost lansat în data de 23 mai 2000 prin Interscope Records , Aftermath Entertainment , Shady Records și Goliath î...
The Marshall Mathers LP a fost lansat în data de 23 mai 2000 prin Interscope Records, Aftermath Entertainment, Shady Records și Goliath în data de 11 septembrie 2000, prin Polydor Records în UK.
Albumul a fost vândut în 1,76 milioane de unități în prima săptămână, în 2011 a fost premiat cu discul de diamant pentru cele 10 milioane de unități vândute. În 2012 s-a ajuns la peste 11 milioane de albume vândute în SUA și peste 32 de milioane în toată lumea.
Piesele sunt produse de The 45 King, Bass Brothers, Dr. Dre (exec.), Eminem, Mel-Man și sunt în colaborare cu Dido, RBX, Sticky FIngaz, D12, Dr. Dre, Xzibit, Snoop Dogg și Nate Dogg


Track listing

No. Title Writer(s) Producer(s) Length
1. "Public Service Announcement 2000"  0:25
2. "Kill You"  Marshall Mathers, Andre Young, Melvin Bradford Dr. Dre, Mel-Man 4:24
3. "Stan" (featuring Dido) Mathers, Dido Armstrong, Paul Herman The 45 King, Eminem (co.) 6:44
4. "Paul" (skit) 0:10
5. "Who Knew"  Mathers, Young, Bradford, Mike Elizondo Dr. Dre, Mel-Man 3:47
6. "Steve Berman" (skit) 0:53
7. "The Way I Am Mathers Eminem 4:50
8. "The Real Slim Shady Mathers, Young, Tommy Coster, Elizondo Dr. Dre, Mel-Man 4:44
9. "Remember Me?" (featuring RBX and Sticky Fingaz) Mathers, Young, Eric Collins, Kirk Jones Dr. Dre, Mel-Man 3:38
10. "I'm Back"  Mathers, Young, Bradford Dr. Dre, Mel-Man 5:10
11. "Marshall Mathers"  Mathers, Jeff Bass, Mark Bass Bass Brothers, Eminem 5:20
12. "Ken Kaniff" (skit) 1:01
13. "Drug Ballad" (featuring Dina Rae) Mathers, J. Bass, M. Bass Bass Brothers, Eminem 5:00
14. "Amityville" (featuring Bizarre) Mathers, J. Bass, M. Bass, Rufus Johnson Bass Brothers, Eminem 4:14
15. "Bitch Please II" (featuring Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, Xzibit and Nate Dogg) Mathers, Young, Bradford, Elizondo, Calvin Broadus, Alvin Joiner, Nathaniel Hale Dr. Dre, Mel-Man 4:48
16. "Kim Mathers, J. Bass, M. Bass Bass Brothers 6:17
17. "Under the Influence" (featuring D12) Mathers, Denaun Porter, Von Carlisle, Ondre Moore, Johnson, DeShaun Holton Bass Brothers, Eminem 5:21
18. "Criminal"  Mathers, J. Bass, M. Bass Bass Brothers, Eminem 5:15
19. "The Kids" (bonus track) Mathers, J. Bass, M. Bass, Steve King Bass Brothers, Eminem 5:06
Sample credits
  • "Kill You" contains an interpolation of "Pulsion" performed by Jacques Loussier.
  • "Stan" contains a sample of the recording "Thank You", as performed by Dido.


Credits for The Marshall Mathers LP adapted from AllMusic.[93]


  • Aaron Lepley
  • Akane Nakamura (also mixing)
  • Chris Conway (also mixing)
  • James McCrone
  • Lance Pierre
  • Michelle Lynn Forbes (also mixing)
  • Mike Butler (also mixing)
  • Steven King
  • Rob Ebeling (also mixing)
  • Richard Huredia (also mixing)
  • Rick Behrens (also mixing)


  • Camara Kambon (keyboards)
  • John Bigham (guitar)
  • Mike Elizondo (bass, guitar, keyboards)
  • Paul Herman (guitar)
  • Tommy Coster (keyboards)


  • Jason Noto (art direction, design)
  • Joe Martin (production coordinator)
  • Joe-Mama Nitzberg (art coordinator, photography)
  • Kirdis Tucker (project coordinator)
  • Larry Chatman (project coordinator)
  • Les Scurry (production coordinator)

Eminem - Stan (Long Version) ft. Dido

"Stan" is a song by American rapper Eminem featuring British singer Dido. It was released on December 4, 2000 as the third single from Eminem's second studio album The Marshall Mathers LP (2000). It peaked at number one in the United Kingdom and Australia. It is also included on Curtain Call: The Hits, performed with Eminem and Dido on track 5 and on track 17 as a live performance from the 2001 Grammy Awards featuring Elton John, which was censored on both the clean and explicit versions.
The song was produced by The 45 King, and uses a slightly modified break from Dido's "Thank You" as its base sample. The track also samples the opening lines of "Thank You" as its chorus. Coincidentally, both songs were released as singles in late 2000. "Stan" has been called one of Eminem's best songs and is considered one of his signature songs. Rolling Stone magazine ranked "Stan" at #296 in their list in The 500 Greatest Songs of All Time. The song was also listed at #15 on VH1's list of the greatest hip hop songs of all-time. It has sold over 750,000 copies in the United Kingdom.[2] "Stan" was also named by Rock and Roll Hall of Fame's The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame's 500 Songs that Shaped Rock and Roll.
The song was nominated for multiple awards, including Best Song at the MTV Europe Music Awards, Video of the Year, Best Rap Video, Best Direction, Best Cinematography at the MTV Video Music Awards. But the only award it actually won was the Best International Artist Video at the MuchMusic Video Awards. In April 2011, Complex magazine put together a list of the 100 greatest Eminem songs, ranking "Stan" at #2.[3] The name of the character in the namesake song has given rise to a slang term online which refers to overzealous maniacal obsessed fans of a celebrity or personality. During his performance at the 2001 Grammys, Elton John was a surprise guest playing piano and helping with Dido's chorus. At the end they hugged each other and thanked the crowd.


Eminem - The Way I Am

"The Way I Am" is a song by American hip hop recording artist Eminem. It was released on September 7, 2000 as the second single from his highly acclaimed album The Marshall Mathers LP (2000). It is also featured on his 2005 compilation album, Curtain Call: The Hits. In the tradition of most of Eminem's follow-up singles, "The Way I Am" is one of the songs for which he has the sole songwriting credit. It features a much darker and emotionally driven sound than the album's lead single, which was "The Real Slim Shady".


Eminem - The Real Slim Shady

"The Real Slim Shady" is a hip hop song written by Eminem, Dr. Dre, Mike Elizondo and Tommy Coster for Eminem's third studio album The Marshall Mathers LP (2000). It was released as the lead single a week before the album's release. The song was later released in 2005 on Eminem's greatest hits album Curtain Call: The Hits.
"The Real Slim Shady" was Eminem's first song to reach number one in the United Kingdom and it also peaked at four on the Billboard Hot 100, giving him his biggest hit up to that point.[2] The song was the 11th best selling of 2000 in the United Kingdom. It won multiple awards, including MTV Video Music Awards for Best Video and Best Male Video, as well as a Grammy Award for Best Rap Solo Performance. In October 2011, NME placed it at number 80 on its list "150 Best Tracks of the Past 15 Years".[3] The song was featured in 21 Jump Street during the opening of the film. It was listed at number 396 on NME‍ '​s 500 greatest songs of all time

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