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Encore (Deluxe Version)


Download links and information about Encore (Deluxe Version) by Eminem. This album was released in 2004 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Rap, Rock genres. It contains 23 tracks with total duration of 01:29:00 minutes.

Artist: Eminem
Release date: 2004
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Rap, Rock
Tracks: 23
Duration: 01:29:00
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No. Title Length
1. Encore / Curtains Up 0:46
2. Evil Deeds 4:19
3. Never Enough 2:39
4. Yellow Brick Road 5:46
5. Like Toy Soldiers 4:56
6. Mosh 5:17
7. Puke 4:07
8. My 1st Single 5:02
9. Paul (Skit) 0:32
10. Rain Man 5:13
11. Big Weenie 4:26
12. Em Calls Paul (Skit) 1:11
13. Just Lose It 4:08
14. Ass Like That 4:25
15. Spend Some Time 5:10
16. Mockingbird 4:10
17. Crazy In Love 4:02
18. One Shot 2 Shot 4:26
19. Final Thought (Skit) 0:30
20. Encore / Curtains Down 5:48
21. We As Americans (Bonus Track) 4:36
22. Love You More (Bonus Track) 4:42
23. Ricky Ticky Toc (Bonus Track) 2:49



Encore closes a six-year period in which Eminem was the most popular, powerful, and controversial rapper in the world. Over the course of his first three albums he allowed his split personalities to run wild, and on Encore one can feel an undercurrent of exhaustion, and even cynicism. “Like Toy Soldiers” looks at the senselessness of Em’s feuds with Source magazine owner Benzino and Murder Inc. crew: “And even though the battle is won I feel like we lost it / I spent so much energy on it, honestly I'm exhausted / And I'm so caught in it, I almost feel I'm the one who caused it / This ain't what I'm in hip-hop for, it's not why I got in it.” Songs like “Rain Man,” “Just Lose It,” “My 1st Single,” and “A*s Like That” capture the irreverent insight and trademark mischief that made Slim Shady a star, but this feels like a farewell to the persona Eminem spent years building. As he prepares to cede the spotlight, Eminem leaves to his legion of fans two parting messages: an autobiography traced through music (“Yellow Brick Road”) and a final call to future rebellion (“Mosh”).