Eminem produces a sizable selection of tunes and the whole collaboration run jokes hit a little too close to home. Eminem should stick to rapping, it's the department he's really talented in. The whole album shifts around the running joke that is opened pointblank in "My Band," the song considered to be this album's "Purple Pills," about how nobody cares about the crew. Eminem's solo work out paces this fairly average CD. Aside from Proof's outstanding production on "Good Die Young" and Bizarre's nasty shock rap 'love song' in "Ur the One," this album has nothing new to say. The songs are silly and sadistic but they're also getting a little boring…

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