Tracklist

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CD 1
# Title Rating Length
1 Curtains Up (skit) 2.85 0:30
2 White America 4 5:25
3 Business 4 4:12
4 Cleanin Out My Closet 4.35 4:58
5 Square Dance 4 5:24
6 The Kiss (skit) 3 1:16
7 Soldier 3.65 3:46
8 Say Goodbye Hollywood 3.5 4:33
9 Drips 3.5 4:46
10 Without Me 4.5 4:50
11 Paul Rosenberg (skit) 3.1 0:23
12 Sing for the Moment 4.4 5:40
13 Superman 4.95 5:50
14 Hailie’s Song 3.35 5:21
15 Steve Berman (skit) 3 0:33
16 When the Music Stops 4.35 4:29
17 Say What You Say 3.8 5:10
18 ’Till I Collapse 4.65 4:58
19 My Dad’s Gone Crazy 3.8 4:27
20 Curtains Close (skit) 2.7 1:02
DVD 2
# Title Rating Length
1 Brain Damage / Just Don't Give a Fuck (live at “Tramps”, New York, January 1999) 6:59
2 Just Don't Give a Fuck (video) 4:15
3 Eminem: All Access Europe (Preview) 4:42
4 The Way I Am (live at Fuji Rock Festival 2001) 3:45
5 The Real Slim Shady (live at Fuji Rock Festival 2001) 4:48
6 8 Mile Trailer 1:55
7 Slimshank Redemption 10:56
8 Eminem’s Life and New Album 1:28
9 Producing Tracks 1:49
10 Thank You’s 1:47
11 New Victims 1:15

Credits

CD 1

bass guitar [bass]:
Mike Elizondo (track 8)
bass guitar [bass] and guitar:
Steve King (hip hop producer, Aftermath-affiliated) (track 18)
bass guitar [bass] and guitar [guitars]:
Jeff Bass (track 2)
Mike Elizondo (track 3)
bass guitar [bass] and keyboard [keyboards]:
Jeff Bass (track 13)
Mike Elizondo (track 19)
bass guitar [bass], guitar [guitars] and keyboard [keyboards]:
Jeff Bass (track 12)
bass guitar [bass], guitar and keyboard:
Jeff Bass (track 4)
guitar [guitars]:
Jeff Bass (track 10)
guitar and keyboard:
Mike Elizondo (track 17)
guitar and keyboard [keyboards]:
Jeff Bass (track 7)
bass:
Jeff Bass (track 10)
bass, guitar and keyboard [keyboards]:
Jeff Bass (track 9)
keyboard:
Ron Feemster (track 1)
Mike Elizondo (track 1)
keyboard [keyboards]:
Jeff Bass (tracks 5, 10)
Ron Feemster (tracks 3, 16, 19)
Luis Resto (track 8)
drum machine [drum] programming:
D.J. Head (Detroit producer) (track 2)
Mel Man (US west coast hip-hop producer Melvin Bradford; Aftermath Entertainment) (track 8)
drum machine programming:
DJ Head (Detroit producer) (track 12)
Denaun Porter (Denaun Porter, aka Kon Artis) (track 16)
additional guitar [guitars]:
Steve King (hip hop producer, Aftermath-affiliated) (track 2)
additional keyboard [keyboards]:
Steve King (hip hop producer, Aftermath-affiliated) (track 7)
Mike Elizondo (track 7)
additional drum machine [drum] programming:
D.J. Head (Detroit producer) (track 7)
additional drum machine programming:
D.J. Head (Detroit producer) (track 4)
additional background vocals:
Dina Rae (track 2)
additional producer:
Jeff Bass (track 13)
D.J. Head (track 10)
additional recording engineer:
Marti Frederiksen (American songwriter, record producer, and musician) (track 12)
additional vocals:
Dr. Dre (Andre Young, rap producer) (track 3)
assistant engineer:
Bob Canero (tracks 3, 19)
Francis Forde (tracks 1, 16)
Urban Kris (tracks 2–4, 7–10, 13–14, 18–19)
James "Flea" McCrone (tracks 3, 14, 17, 19)
Alex Reverberi (tracks 3, 10, 19)
Thomas Rounds (track 16)
Michel Strange Jr. (track 10)
Michael Strange Jr. (tracks 2–9, 12–14, 17–18)
Mike Strange (track 19)
background vocals:
Shy Felder (track 3)
Gary Kozlowski (track 6)
Traci Nelson (hip hop vocalist) (track 3)
Lynette Purdy (track 6)
Barbara Wilson (hip hop vocalist) (track 3)
co-producer:
Jeff Bass (tracks 2, 10, 12)
Denaun Porter (Denaun Porter, aka Kon Artis) (track 16)
composer:
Jeffrey Bass (track 10)
Marshall Mathers (track 10)
Kevin Bell (track 10)
Anne Dudley (track 10)
Trevor Horn (track 10)
Malcolm McLaren (track 10)
lyricist:
Marshall Mathers (track 10)
mixer:
Steve Baughman (mix/recording engineer) (track 16)
Dr. Dre (Andre Young, rap producer) (tracks 3, 10, 14, 17, 19)
Steve King (hip hop producer, Aftermath-affiliated) (tracks 2, 4–9, 12–14, 18)
Eminem (track 14)
other vocals [television voiceover]:
Steve King (hip hop producer, Aftermath-affiliated) (track 19)
performer:
Dr. Dre (Andre Young, rap producer) (track 17)
Steve Berman (track 15)
D12 (track 16)
Eminem (tracks 1–9, 12–19)
Hailie Jade (track 19)
Ken Kaniff (track 20)
Nate Dogg (track 18)
Dina Rae (track 13)
Paul D. Rosenberg, Esq. (American music manager, Founder of Goliath Artists and co-founder of Shady Records) (track 11)
Obie Trice (track 9)
producer:
Jeff Bass (track 4)
Dr. Dre (Andre Young, rap producer) (tracks 3, 17, 19)
Eminem (tracks 1–2, 4–10, 12–14, 16, 18)
recording engineer:
Steve Baughman (mix/recording engineer) (track 16)
Mauricio “Veto” Iragorri (tracks 1, 3, 16–17, 19)
Steve King (hip hop producer, Aftermath-affiliated) (tracks 2–10, 12–13, 17–19)
solo guitar:
Joe Perry (guitarist for Aerosmith) (track 12)
spoken vocals [phone call]:
Timbaland (track 17)
writer:
Jeff Bass (track 6)
Steve King (hip hop producer, Aftermath-affiliated) (tracks 2, 13)
Jeffrey Bass (tracks 2, 4–5, 9, 12–13)
Rufus Johnson (US rapper) (track 16)
Andre R. Young (Andre Young, rap producer) (tracks 3, 17, 19)
Mike Elizondo (tracks 3, 8, 17, 19)
Marshall Mathers (tracks 2–9, 12–14, 16–19)
Theron “Neff‐U” Feemster (tracks 3, 16–17, 19)
Von Carlisle (track 16)
Brian May (Queen guitarist) (track 18)
Nathaniel Hale (track 18)
Denaun Porter (Denaun Porter, aka Kon Artis) (tracks 9, 16)
DeShaun Dupree Holton (US rapper, member of D12) (track 16)
Luis Resto (tracks 2, 5, 7–8, 14, 18)
Ondre Moore (track 16)
Obie Trice (track 9)
Steven Tyler (track 12)
co-produced for:
F.B.T. Productions (track 10)
phonographic copyright by:
Aftermath Records (US rap) (2002) (tracks 1–20)
UMG Recordings, Inc. (for use as release label only when no sub-label/imprint is specified; see annotation) (2005) (track 3)
produced for:
F.B.T. Productions (tracks 2, 4, 13)
publisher:
Blotter (tracks 3, 8)
Buffalo Music (track 10)
EMI + April Music (track 9)
Eight Mile Style (tracks 2–5, 7–10, 13–14)
Elvis Mambo Music (tracks 3, 8)
Ensign Music (track 3)
Ensign Music Corporation (tracks 2, 4–5, 7–10, 13–14)
Feemstro Music (track 3)
Music of Windswept (tracks 3, 8)
Unforgettable Music (publisher) (track 10)
WB Music Corp. (1929-2019) (track 3)
mixed at:
54Sound in Detroit, Michigan, United States (tracks 2, 4–8, 12–14, 18)
Encore Studios in Burbank, California, United States (tracks 3, 14, 16–17, 19)
Larabee West (track 10)
recorded at:
54Sound in Detroit, Michigan, United States (tracks 2, 4–9, 12–14, 17–19)
54Sound (track 10)
Encore Studios in Burbank, California, United States (tracks 1, 16–17, 19)
Larrabee West (Larrabee Sound Studios from 1969–1991) in West Hollywood, California, United States (tracks 3, 19)
Marshall's House (tracks 2, 4, 7–10, 13–14)
Sierra Sounds (track 3)
mash-ups:
Boulevard of Broken Songs (Green Day vs. Oasis vs. Travis vs. Eminem) (First Version with Eminem replacement) by Party Ben (track 12)
Drones by Eminem & Linkin Park (track 7)
Future by Eminem & Linkin Park (track 18)
Sixx Mixx 059. 04-10-01: Mixed Messages Edition (originally released SIXX MIXX edition) by Party Ben (order: 20) (track 12)
samples:
Dream On by Aerosmith (track 12)
is based on:
Buffalo Gals (track 10)
is the basis for:
Guess Who's Back! (track 10)
later parody versions:
Without Yugi (track 10)
part of:
recording of:
Business (track 3)
Curtains Up (track 1)
Drips (track 9)
Hailie’s Song (track 14)
Say What You Say (track 17)
Sing for the Moment (track 12)
Soldier (track 7)
Square Dance (track 5)
Superman (track 13)
The Kiss (skit) (track 6)
Till I Collapse (track 18)
White America (track 2)
Without Me (track 10)