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Eminem's Encore CD Review

Eminem's Encore CD Review - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Dec 27, 2006
( Rating: 3 Star Rating)

Eminems fourth CD, Encore, hit music store shelves on November 12, 2004 and it features the hit tracks, Just Lose It and Mosh! Check out the CD review.

Eminem is back and he's as bad as ever. His first single, Just Lose It, was causing controversy before Encore even dropped in stores. There might not be as many super-catchy tunes as previous albums, but if you're a fan of the real Slim Shady, you'll probably dig this disc.

Eminem - Encore Facts

  • Encore is Eminem's first album since The Eminem Show which was released in the summer of 2002.
  • Encore sold more than 710,000 copies in just three days when it debuted.
  • Despite Eminem's attempt to avoid piracy of his music, Encore's release date had to be pushed up to November 12, 2004 instead of November 16, 2004 because it was leaked onto the internet.
  • Peeps who purchase the limited collector's edition of Encore will be able to download a free ringtone of Eminem's smash hit, Lose Yourself.

Eminem - Encore Hot Tracks

Mosh; Just Lose It; Mockingbird; Crazy in Love.

Eminem - Encore Rating:3

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What's Your Fave Eminem Track?

  • Just Lose It.
  • Lose Yourself.
  • The Real Slim Shady.
  • Without Me.

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