The Marshall Mathers LP 2 is the eighth studio album by American rapper, songwriter and record producer Eminem. It was released on November 5th, 2013 by Aftermath Entertainment, Shady Records, and Interscope Records to generally positive reviews from music critics. The album serves as a sequel to his third album The Marshall Mathers LP.

Track listing

No. Title Length
1. "Bad Guy" 7:14
2. "Parking Lot (skit)" 0:55
3. "Rhyme Or Reason" 5:01
4. "So Much Better" 4:21
5. "Survival" 4:32
6. "Legacy" (featuring Polina Goudieva) 4:56
7. "Asshole" (featuring Skylar Grey) 4:48
8. "Berzerk" 3:58
9. "Rap God" 6:03
10. "Brainless" 4:46
11. "Stronger Than I Was" 5:36
12. "The Monster" (featuring Rihanna) 4:10
13. "So Far..." 5:17
14. "Love Game" (featuring Kendrick Lamar) 4:56
15. "Headlights" (featuring Nate Ruess) 5:43
16. "Evil Twin" 5:56
Total length: 78:13
Call of Duty: Ghosts bonus track
No. Title Producer(s) Length
17. "Don't Front" (featuring Buckshot) Katalyst 4:44
Total length: 82:57
Deluxe edition bonus disc
No. Title Length
1. "Baby" 4:23
2. "Desperation" (featuring Jamie N Commons) 3:56
3. "Groundhog Day" 4:53
4. "Beautiful Pain" (featuring Sia) 4:25
5. "Wicked Ways" (featuring X Ambassadors) 6:32
Total length: 24:09

Why This Album Rocks

  1. The production is great.
  2. The lyrics are amazing.
  3. This and Recovery are Eminem’s best records released in 2010s.
  4. This album is one of the most impressive, entertaining and addictive hip-hop albums.
  5. It has a lot of very memorable tracks, such as "Rap God", "Survival", and "The Monster".
  6. The song "Headlights", is an emotional highlight, as Eminem apologizes to his mother for his past behaviour.
  7. The features perform very well, especially Kendrick Lamar and Rihanna.
  8. The skits are pretty entertaining.
  9. This is a pretty good sequel to The Marshall Mathers LP, one of Eminem's best albums.
  10. Great cover art.
  11. Anthony Fantano gave this album a 7/10.
  12. It got nominated for album of the year by the Grammys.

Bad Qualities

  1. The song "Stronger Than I Was" isn't good
  2. He does use the slur "f*ggot" in some of his songs like "Rap God".

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