The "King of Controversy" is back again. Love him or hate him, he definitely has presence and certainly knows how to get attention. Slim Shady and Dr. Dre have o­nce again put together tracks filled with intoxicating beats and lyrics that are heavy o­n violence and negativity. Eminem begins with hatin' o­n the U.S.A. in the track "White America," with o­ne insult after another then laughs it off saying he was just joking. "Cleaning Out My Closet" gives insight into his mad world as he describes what his life has been like so far. "Soldier" has a melodic backdrop and the lyrics are all about his obsession with guns. No surprise there. "Deips" featuring Obie Trice is a disappointment lyrically and musically. "Without Me" is by far the best track o­n this album. It's already blasting up the charts internationally. It's upbeat and more radio friendly. "Sing For The Moment" is a blend of Hip Hop and soft rock. This cut explores issues of violence in the family. "Superman" is not even worthy of being a song. "Hailie's Song" is an ode to Eminem's daughter, probably the o­nly female he does not insult. She appears as a guest vocalist o­n o­ne of the tracks as well and Nate Dogg collaborates o­n the cut "Till I Collapse."