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iTunes Price: $14.99

Genre: Hip Hop/Rap

Released: Dec 06, 2005

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Eminem
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Curtain Call – The Hits (Deluxe Version) – Eminem

Name Artist Time Price
1.

Intro (Curtain Call) Eminem 0:33 $0.99
2.

FACK Eminem 3:25 $1.29
3.

The Way I Am Eminem 4:51 $1.29
4.

My Name Is Eminem 4:28 $1.29
5.

Stan Eminem & Dido 6:44 $1.29
6.

Lose Yourself Eminem 5:26 $1.29
7.

Shake That Eminem 4:34 $1.29
8.

Sing for the Moment Eminem 5:40 $1.29
9.

Without Me Eminem 4:51 $1.29
10.

Like Toy Soldiers Eminem 4:55 $1.29
11.

The Real Slim Shady Eminem 4:44 $1.29
12.

Mockingbird Eminem 4:11 $1.29
13.

Guilty Conscience Eminem & Dr. Dre 3:20 $1.29
14.

Cleanin' Out My Closet Eminem 4:58 $1.29
15.

Just Lose It Eminem 4:08 $1.29
16.

When I'm Gone Eminem 4:41 $1.29
17.

Stan Eminem & Elton John 6:20 $1.29
1.

Dead Wrong Eminem & The Notorious .. 4:57 Album Only
2.

Role Model Eminem 3:25 $1.29
3.

Kill You Eminem 4:24 $1.29
4.

S**t On You Eminem & D12 5:28 $1.29
5.

Criminal Eminem 5:13 $1.29
6.

Renegade Eminem & Jay-Z 5:36 Album Only
7.

Just Don't Give a F**k Eminem 4:01 $1.29
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Our Review

Curtain Call summarizes a career that reveled equally in outrageous insults, incisive commentary, and raw autobiography. Eminem first commanded the spotlight in 1999 with “My Name Is,” a track whose tongue-twisting irreverence still makes for the best introduction to the artist. If “My Name Is” established Eminem as the impish, unstable jester, the breakout single “Stan” brought a level of fame that threatened to overtake his persona, and his art. And while “Lose Yourself,” “Like Toy Soldiers,” and “Mockingbird” showed new levels of complexity, by 2005 Slim Shady was showing signs of wear. The songs recorded specifically for this collection —“FACK,” and “When I’m Gone”— show Em reprising old ideas to lesser effect, although the self-produced “Shake That” is a worthy reminder of how much he learned from Dr. Dre. Few rappers had as much to say, and as many modes of talking, as Eminem and because his most compelling and challenging songs are album cuts, Curtain Call can’t completely reveal the breadth of the man’s career. Nonetheless, this collection captures the essential qualities with which he carved his niche in the rap world and upturned the entire music industry.

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Customer Reviews

The Best of the Best (5 stars)

How do you ever put together the best songs by easily the best rapper ever (if not best single artist, or even possibly the best, artist or band, of all time)? I don't know, and I don't think we will ever figure it out. But dang, Eminem and Dr. Dre came increadibly close to it, better than anyone else could have done. This is the perfect CD for any rap lover. It is complete, from top to bottom. Starting off with a short and comical intro whe

Greatest of the great (5 stars)

This is obviously the best album Eminen has done ever. A practicaly perfect ending for Eminems carrer. If only Eminem placed his new never before heard songs on the end of his album, and When I'm Gone at the very end the songs would perfectly alighned and as we finish listening to the emotional master piece last we could all think " Wow, Eminem is the greatest rapper of all time" and feel his carrer come to an end, but not weep for

No, Not F***, I Said Fack! (5 stars)

Well done, well done. Great songs and all of the very best of Eminem. See, I'm a fan of Alt., Rock, and things like that. But unlike some other ***holes out there, I have a pretty wide selection of music. I overall think this is a great CD. There isn't a single song on this album that I don't enjoy. His lyrics are fun and catchy. I specifically enjoy "Just Lose It", "Lose Yourself", "Cleaning Out My Closet", &qu

Biography

Born: October 17, 1972 in St. Joseph, MO
Genre: Hip Hop/Rap
Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

To call Eminem hip-hop’s Elvis is correct to a degree, but it’s largely inaccurate. Certainly, Eminem was the first white rapper since the Beastie Boys to garner both sales and critical respect, but his impact exceeded this confining distinction. On sheer verbal skills, Eminem was one of the greatest MCs of his generation — rapid, fluid, dexterous, and unpredictable, as capable of pulling off long-form narrative as he was delivering a withering aside — and thanks to his mentor Dr. Dre,…

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Top Songs By Eminem

Name Album Time Price
1.

Love the Way You Lie (feat. Rihanna) Recovery (Deluxe Edition) 4:23 $1.29
2.

Lose Yourself 8 Mile (Soundtrack from the.. 5:20 $1.29
3.

Not Afraid Recovery (Deluxe Edition) 4:08 $1.29
4.

Forever More Than a Game (Music Ins.. 5:57 $1.29
5.

'Till I Collapse The Eminem Show 4:57 $1.29
6.

Drop the World Rebirth (Deluxe Version) 3:49 $1.29
7.

Shake That Curtain Call – The Hits (De.. 4:34 $1.29
8.

No Love (feat. Lil Wayne) Recovery (Deluxe Edition) 4:59 $1.29
9.

The Real Slim Shady The Marshall Mathers LP 4:44 $1.29
10.

Lose Yourself 8 Mile (Music from and Insp.. 5:20 $1.29


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