Recovery

Label
Interscope
Release date
21 Jun 2010
Running length
17 tracks
Running time
77:09

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Tracklist

    Track     Duration Listeners
1 Eminem - Cold Wind Blows 5:04 283,977
2 Eminem - Talkin’ 2 Myself 5:01 56,910
3 Eminem - On Fire 3:34 243,980
4 Eminem Featuring P!nk - Won't Back Down 4:26 31,685
5 Eminem - W.T.P. 3:58 243,520
6 Eminem - Going Through Changes 4:59 209,681
7 Eminem - Not Afraid 4:08 584,682
8 Eminem - Seduction 4:36 198,213
9 Eminem - No Love 5:00 176,309
10 Eminem - Space Bound 4:39 357,106
11 Eminem - Cinderella Man 4:39 276,657
12 Eminem - 25 to Life 4:02 295,478
13 Eminem - So Bad 5:26 194,049
14 Eminem - Almost Famous 4:53 212,351
15 Eminem - Love The Way You Lie 4:24 442,993
16 Eminem - You’re Never Over 5:06 34,628
17 Eminem - Untitled 3:14 157,286

About this album

The album, voted the most anticipated album of fall 2009 by XXL, was announced on March 5, 2009 by Interscope Records when they announced the release date of Relapse and also revealed that a follow-up album, Relapse 2, would be released sometime in the second half of the year. In a press release, Eminem explained that he and Dr. Dre had recorded a considerable amount of music and thus, “Putting out Relapse 2 will let everyone get all of the best stuff.” According to Angela Yee’s Shade 45 interview with Eminem on April 23, 2009, Relapse 2 will be a continuation of Relapse. During the interview Eminem also confirmed “It’s extremely close to being finished, it just depends on how many songs I want to put on it.” On June 25, 2009 Eminem called into Shade 45 and said he was in the studio finishing up Relapse 2 and expected a release during the fourth quarter of 2009, with Rolling Stone magazine slating the album for a November 2009 release date, but in November 2009, he stated that he would re-release Relapse, with extra songs, to hold fans over for the release of Relapse 2 in 2010.

In another Shade 45 interview, Eminem explained that the album was more “emotionally driven” than the first Relapse record, which was, as he explains ” rap records”.

When premiering the debut single, Eminem also let listeners know that there weren’t any skits on the album, so the album would contain more songs than his previous studio albums.

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  • Feeeeeeellzinho

    Why everybody hates Love The Way You Lie? The song has a good lyrics!

    3 Sep 10:49pm Reply
  • VinograD-

    Самый лучший альбом)

    26 Aug 8:30am Reply
  • alefspfc

    MMLP2 > Relapse > Recovery > Encore

    7 May 4:58pm Reply
  • SimonePerrota

    Obviously its highlight's don't measure up to Relapse's but Recovery is considerably less slipshod as a whole. Both albums are on more or less on the same level - weak 7/10s.

    21 Mar 6:48pm Reply
  • SavarForScream

    Relapse is better than Recovery but i love this album except for "Love The Way You Lie"

    27 Feb 3:45pm Reply
  • ThisIsShady

    nigga how you gon say recovery is better than sslp smh

    29 Nov 2013 Reply
  • Habib69rus

    I don't listen rap, but this album is fucking amazing!

    11 Nov 2013 Reply
  • maplejet

    Tagged as and to piss off the scum of pitchfork indie cred hipster crapbots.

    7 Nov 2013 Reply
  • Kam4z

    Recovery > Relapse > The Slim Shady LP.

    2 Nov 2013 Reply
  • YoungMuser

    How the fuck this lame ass shyt can have more listeners than TES..

    28 Oct 2013 Reply
  • ThisIsShady

    Encore > Recovery

    26 Oct 2013 Reply
  • Jelboo

    Some of Eminem's best rapping ever, coupled with a collection of of his most horrendous beats and choruses ever.

    25 Oct 2013 Reply
  • maplejet

    Eminem's worst album is Encore. Recovery was decent, not the greatest though.

    16 Oct 2013 Reply
  • kizzwownz

    His worst album to date. [2]

    21 Aug 2013 Reply
  • steve__

    His worst album to date.

    18 Aug 2013 Reply
  • Crabroast22

    Average album. Bad Meets Evil comeback was alright.

    1 Aug 2013 Reply
  • Jordzye

    was i the only one who kinda lost interest in eminem after this album came out?

    29 Jul 2013 Reply
  • ihavenothingok

    What's wrong with you IMBECILES? This is really good! [4]

    26 Jul 2013 Reply
  • Draevon07

    It's an okay album, but I don't get all the hype about it. It has two or three really good tracks, but it seems like Eminem can no longer deliver the strong, fast-paced flow and heavy lyrics from his past.

    18 Jul 2013 Reply
  • hit-it

    What's wrong wih you people? This is really good! [3] "So I pick myself off the ground and fuckin swam 'fore I drowned / Hit my bottom so hard I bounced twice suffice this time around / It's different them last two albums didn't count / Encore I was on drugs, Relapse I was flushing em out / I've come to make it up to you no more fucking around / I've got something to prove to fans cause I feel like I've let em down / So please accept my apology I finally feel like I'm back to normal / I feel like me again, let me formally reintroduce myself to you for those of you who don't know / The new me's back to the old me and homie I don't show no / Signs of slowin up, pullin up, blowin up, all over / My life is no longer a movie but the show ain't over homos"

    28 May 2013 Reply
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