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Title: DE AFARĂ: Eminem – Relapse (2009)
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Relapse este cel de-al 6-lea album solo al lui Eminem și a fost lansat în data de 19 mai 2009, prin Shady Records , Aftermath Entertainment...
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Relapse este cel de-al 6-lea album solo al lui Eminem și a fost lansat în data de 19 mai 2009, prin Shady Records, Aftermath Entertainment și Interscope Records. Albumul a debutat pe locul 1 în Billboard chart 200 cu 608,000 unități vândute în prima săptămână, ajungând apoi la 2 milioane de unități vândute în SUA și 10 milioane în toată lumea. Piesele sunt produse de Dawaun Parker, Doc Ish, Dr. Dre (also exec.), Eminem, Mark Batson, Trevor Lawrence Jr. si au fost înregistrate în studiourile 54 Sound, Effigy Studios (Ferndale, Michigan), KDS Music Studios, Phantom City Studios (Orlando, Florida), Record One Studios (Sherman Oaks, California) și Studio at the Palms din Las Vegas, Nevada în perioadele 2005-2006 și 2008-2009.

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Track listing

No. Title Writer(s) Producer(s) Length
1. "Dr. West" (skit) Marshall Mathers, Paul Rosenberg Dr. Dre, Eminem 1:29
2. "3 a.m. Mathers, Andre Young, Mark Batson, Dawaun Parker, Trevor Lawrence, Mike Elizondo Dr. Dre 5:19
3. "My Mom"  Mathers, Young, Batson, Parker, Lawrence Dr. Dre 5:19
4. "Insane"  Mathers, Young, Batson, Parker, Lawrence, Elizondo Dr. Dre 3:01
5. "Bagpipes from Baghdad"  Mathers, Young, Batson, Parker, Lawrence, Elizondo, Sean Cruse Dr. Dre, Trevor Lawrence 4:43
6. "Hello"  Mathers, Young, Batson, Parker, Lawrence Dr. Dre, Mark Batson 4:08
7. "Tonya" (skit) Mathers, Rosenberg Dr. Dre, Eminem 0:42
8. "Same Song & Dance"  Mathers, Young, Batson, Parker, Lawrence, Elizondo Dr. Dre, Dawaun Parker 4:06
9. "We Made You Mathers, Young, Batson, Parker, Lawrence, Walter Egan Dr. Dre, Eminem, Doc Ish (add.) 4:29
10. "Medicine Ball"  Mathers, Young, Batson, Parker, Lawrence Dr. Dre, Mark Batson 3:57
11. "Paul" (skit) Mathers, Rosenberg 0:19
12. "Stay Wide Awake"  Mathers, Young, Batson, Parker, Lawrence, Elizondo Dr. Dre 5:19
13. "Old Time's Sake" (featuring Dr. Dre) Mathers, Young, Batson, Parker, Lawrence Dr. Dre, Mark Batson 4:38
14. "Must Be the Ganja"  Mathers, Young, Batson, Parker, Lawrence Dr. Dre, Mark Batson 4:02
15. "Mr. Mathers" (skit) Mathers, Rosenberg Dr. Dre, Eminem 0:42
16. "Déjà Vu"  Mathers, Young, Batson, Parker, Lawrence, Cruse Dr. Dre 4:43
17. "Beautiful Mathers, Luis Resto, Jeff Bass, Don Black, Andy Hill Eminem, Jeff Bass (co.) 6:32
18. "Crack a Bottle" (featuring Dr. Dre & 50 Cent) Mathers, Curtis Jackson, Young, Batson, Parker, Lawrence, Jean Renard Dr. Dre 4:57
19. "Steve Berman" (skit) Mathers, Rosenberg 1:29
20. "Underground"  Mathers, Young, Batson, Parker, Lawrence Dr. Dre 6:11
Total length:
76:16
Sample credits
  • "Insane" contains interpolations from "Jock Box" by The Skinny Boys
  • "Same Song & Dance" contains an interpolation of "One" by Metallica
  • "We Made You" contains an interpolation of "Hot Summer Nights" by Walter Egan
  • "Beautiful" contains excerpts from "Reaching Out" by Rock Therapy
  • "Crack a Bottle" contains interpolations from "Mais dans ma lumière" by Mike Brant

Personnel

Eminem-Beautiful

Eminem – Beautiful

"Beautiful" is a song by American rapper Eminem and is the fourth and final single from his 2009 album Relapse. It was released on August 11, 2009 as a single.[1] It samples “Reaching Out”, originally written by the rock band Rock Therapy. This version of “Reaching Out” is taken from the Queen + Paul Rodgers 2005-2006 tour, which used Eminem’s “Lose Yourself” as the house music.
The video was shot in Detroit, Michigan and it was directed by Anthony Mandler. It premiered on July 2, 2009 on Yahoo! music.[6] The video opens with captions stating that "in 1950, Michigan was 1 of 8 states in America that collectively produced 36% of the world's GNP" and that "Detroit was the greatest manufacturing city in the world." It then cuts to present-day images of the city, featuring Eminem walking through three abandoned structures from that era: Michigan Central Station, the former Packard plant, and Tiger Stadium, including demolition footage of the latter, joined by several people appropriate to each building: an older woman with a suitcase, several autoworkers holding their lunchboxes and tools, and a neighborhood youth baseball team, respectively. Although the original song contains three verses, the music video features only the first two. There are two versions of the video, the shorter of the two editing out the Detroit statistics and coarse language. As of May 2015, the video has received over 220 million views.


OldTimesSake

Eminem-Old Times Sake

"Old Time's Sake" is a song by American rapper Marshall Mathers and is the only promotional single from his 2009 album Relapse. The song features Dr. Dre, who also produced the song.
News of the song's future release was first published on the official Eminem site on April 30, 2009, as a part of the official countdown.[2] The song features, and is also produced by Dr. Dre. It is one of the only two songs on the album to have guest appearances; the other song, "Crack a Bottle", also features Dr. Dre, as well as 50 Cent. The song leaked on May 4, one day before its official release. The single has no video. The song has a drug related theme similar to most of the songs in the album.



3amdigital

Eminem - 3 a.m.

"3 a.m." is a song by American rapper Eminem and is the third single from his album Relapse.[1] The single was produced by Dr. Dre. The song was released onto the iTunes Store on April 28, 2009. The music video was released on May 2 at 10:00 pm via Cinemax.
On Shade 45, Eminem announced that shooting for the video had been entirely complete and was shot in Detroit, Michigan at 3 am with director Syndrome, who also worked on the video for "Crack a Bottle". It premiered on Cinemax, May 2 right before the movie The Strangers.[6] It follows Eminem playing a serial killer who is escaping from a rehabilitation clinic and killing everyone who might try to stop him. The video takes place at Popsomp Hills Rehabilitation Center in Detroit; the name of a fake rehabilitation clinic, which serves as a viral campaign for the release of Relapse. The music video shows murder victims laying bloody, beaten and helpless after what seems to be a killing spree performed by Eminem's alter ego, Slim Shady. The song and video suggests that it has a Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde theme, being Eminem as the good side and Slim Shady as the evil side. Slim Shady roams the halls of Popsomp Hills at 3:00 am and violently slaughters members of the staff on duty and warns the audience: "It's 3 am and here I come so you should probably run." Eminem is also shown watching the music video to "Crack a Bottle" on a television, which is also directed by Syndrome. New York magazine described the video as a revival of the "torture porn" subgenre of horror films.[7] It was voted the fourth best video of 2009 by Fuse TV.[8] The video was played on MuchMusic Latin America only after 7:00 pm after having been "Video Estrella".


Eminem_-_We_Made_You

Eminem - We Made You

"We Made You" is a song by American hip hop musician Eminem and is the second single from his sixth studio album Relapse on April 7, 2009. It features chorus vocals by Charmagne Tripp.[1][2][3] Produced by Dr. Dre and co-produced by Doc Ish and Eminem himself, the song samples "Hot Summer Nights" by Walter Egan.[4] Eminem performed this song along with "Crack a Bottle" at the 2009 MTV Movie Awards. The official cover for the single is a picture of the music video, with Eminem, Lisa Ann and Bobby Lee.
"We Made You" sold 167,000 downloads in its first week to enter the Hot Digital Songs chart in Billboard Magazine at number three. The song also debuted at number nine on the Billboard Hot 100, to become Eminem's second top ten in a row on the chart, ranked "Crack a Bottle", a collaboration with Dr. Dre and 50 Cent. This marks the first time that Eminem has had back-to-back top-ten hits on the Hot 100 as a lead artist since 2002, when he scored with "Without Me", "Cleanin' Out My Closet" and "Lose Yourself".[13] "We Made You" has reached the top ten in twelve countries, including number one in Ireland, New Zealand, Australia and Germany.Max Headroom Ft MXHM - February Re-Release - 2015 - Stonecutters Homer Chosen One - 2015 & 2001

Eminem_-_Crack_a_Bottle "Crack a Bottle"
"Crack a Bottle" is a hip hop song by American rappers Eminem, Dr. Dre, and 50 Cent and is the first single from Eminem's sixth studio album Relapse. On February 12, 2009, the song broke the first week digital sales record with 418,000 downloads, topping the previous record held by "Live Your Life" by T.I. featuring Rihanna.[1] This record was broken again the following week by "Right Round" by Flo Rida.[2] The song won the Grammy Award for Best Rap Performance by a Duo or Group[3] in 2010. As of June 19, 2011, it has sold almost 2 million downloads in the United States of America.[4]
During an interview for MTV, 50 Cent originally told that there were plans to make an animated music video for "Crack a Bottle", which was to be shot along a side of cocaine with a music video for 50 cent's song "I Get It In".[12] On February 25, Eminem's manager Paul Rosenberg posted on his blog a still frame from the music video illustrating a homeless person holding a bottle wrapped in a brown bag. According to Rosenberg, it is directed by Syndrome and was planned to be released within a couple of weeks.[20] The music video was playing on TV in Eminem's music video "3 a.m.", which has been directed by Syndrome as well. On May 7, 2009, an unfinished version of the video was released via TheRelapse.com, featuring Eminem's verse and chorus. Later during the same day, 50 Cent's rapped verse of the video was released via ThisIs50.com as well. This was added to the unfinished video on therelapse.com. A month later, on June 7, 2009, Cashis posted a link on Twitter to the full video in which he makes a cameo appearance. The music video portrays each rappers' style. Eminem's chaotic, Dr. Dre's west coast style, 50 Cent's more club oriented. None of the performers are featured in the video.

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