Buy the album. Dre and Eminem get their game on again. Eminem’s lyrics are better than ever and Dr. Dre’s beats make it seem like he rules the world. Together, they are infamous. Relapse is filled with pure emotion–angry, disturbing humorous, sad–every line mirrors every beat in poetic sympetry while deeply molding inches of your skin. Point is, this album is so good, I almost relapsed (end punchline).
“In truth, for many fans he was both: a complicated artist and person, which was what made him so fascinating. He could induce tears with poignant visions of a dysfunctional childhood, elicit snickers for silly potty humor and raise goose bumps with murderous images in the space of a few songs.” (newsday.com)