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  • Audio CD (Dec 5 2006)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • Label: Universal Music Canada
  • ASIN: B000IHY9SE
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  LP Record
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #13,974 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Shady Narcotics - Eminem
2. We're Back - Eminem
3. Pistol Pistol (Remix) - Obie Trice
4. Murder - Bizarre
5. Everything Is Shady - Cashis
6. The Re-Up - Eminem
7. You Don't Know - Eminem
8. Jimmy Crack Corn - Eminem
9. Trapped - Proof
10. Whatever You Want - Mr. Porter
11. Talkin' All That - Cashis
12. By My Side - Stat Quo
13. We Ride For Shady - Obie Trice
14. There He Is - Bobby Creekwater
15. Tryin' Ta Win - Stat Quo
16. Smack That (Remix) - Akon
17. Public Enemy #1 - Eminem
18. Get Low - Stat Quo
19. Ski Mask Way (Eminem Remix) - 50 Cent
20. Shake That (Remix) - Nate Dogg
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Features unreleased material from Eminem, EMINEM track, 50 Cent tracks and 3 with EMINEM & 50 Cent as well as new music from O Trice, D-12, Stat Quo. Each of the tracks are official CD debuts on the Re-Up. EMINEM is currently featured on Akon's track, 'Smack That'.


What began life as an informal street mix-tape project to help launch fledgling Shady Records artists (Stat Quo, Ca$his, Bobby Creekwater, Obie Trice, and producer The Alchemist) has now become an official release. Flowing fairly randomly from track to track, the project, perhaps surprisingly for such a high profile outing, retains its original mixtape vibe. It's a thuggish and sluggish affair, led by Alchemist's somber, strong-arm beats (with additional production from Dr. Dre amd Kon Artis), and inhabited by a varied range of voices, from the Shady Records artists previously mentioned to Eminem himself (on half a dozen tracks), and appearances from 50 Cent, the recently slain Proof, and others from the G Unit crew. With so many cuts at the same tempo and with the same moody aura, it can all start to wear a little in places. Indeed, with such a wealth of up and coming talent and established personnel at work, there really ought to be more stand-outs. As it is, we get perhaps six killers (including Eminem-led cuts, "The Re-Up" and "Jimmy Crack Corn"), a disproportionate amount of fillers, and a mixtape/album that--just about--leaves a vaguely positive impression. --Paul Sullivan

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By JRitter on Dec 26 2006
Format: Audio CD
You dumbass!! This is NOT an Eminem album!! It was never intended to be and was never advertised as such. This is strictly a Shady/Aftermath Mixtape which was never meant to be released to the mainstream in the first place. It was made in order to bring more recognition to the newer members of the label: Stat Quo, Cashis and Bobby Creekwater. In fact, Eminem may appear too frequently on this disc given the intentions. Maybe next time you should know what you are talking about before you shoot your mouth off.
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By diana prince on March 17 2007
Format: Audio CD
Hi. In the last week I've been privledged to discover the awe-inspiring lyrics of Eminem. Today my husband, bought me this "Re-Up" c.d. It was around about 11. o'clock in the morning. It's 3.32 pm now, and thankfully everyone's gone out because I'm just loving every minute that I've got to listen to this well-crafted union of voices.

Looking at the photo of the guys inside the little album booklet, I feel like I'm looking at a group of warriors who have somehow managed to survive in a world where it's virtually impossible to survive.

To any potential fans, I'd say, just listen to it. Open your heart and listen again and again. I'm listening and learning as I go.

Thank you "Re-Up' c.d. for teaching me through your very precise emotionally photographic lyrics more in life than I've ever seen.

I hate hatred. It's the big downer in this life, but when you listen to this amazing group of men, you hear a sound that's strong enough to break out of the hole the people surrounding them are in. What could be more fantastic than that? As a human being, I'm proud of these guys. Wow.

Praise God for amazing fighters like these.
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By keenan on March 16 2015
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
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0 of 2 people found the following review helpful By canadiannapoleon on Dec 18 2006
Format: Audio CD
I feel sad to have to say this, but this was the worst Eminem cd ever released, every other album was excellent. I hate it how there are very few Eminem songs, and how most of them are songs not sung by Eminem. This would better be classified as a various artists cd, over an Eminem cd. This was a big waste of my money and I hope the next cd's he makes in the future will be like his great masterpieces of the past, and be songs sung by him and not to mislead us to then realize that most aren't of him singing. I wish I could get a refund but due to those music pirating radicals who would buy cd's and then burn them and return them, it is no longer possible to return a cd to HMV, or any other store if it's opened. They need to make a reasonable exception for dissatisfied to get a refund for cd's they once thought would be good that end up being a waste of their money. If that was the case, an artist would lose money from that cd and be forced to do a better job in the future, as it would accountable for its work.
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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful
A mixtape which, mostly, succeeds. Jan. 7 2007
By Pablo - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Eminem is an enigma to the hip-hop world. Back in the day, when he was nothing more than an underground Detroit emcee pushing EP's to make a living, he was spitting lyrics on par with some of the game's most respected lyricists; I'm talking Nas, and Wu-Tang knowledge here. Infinite and The Slim Shady EP contained hardcore lyrics by a young emcee, who'd studied his craft extensively; his vocabulary was superb, and his flow was one of the most polished, yet energetic anyone had heard at the time. He was poised for success, and success came to him, with the help of Dr. Dre. I have no problem admitting that The Slim Shady LP and Marshall Mathers LP were two of the best mainstream hip-hop releases of any era, and the level of lyrical dexterity Eminem displayed on those releases is often overlooked by poor, and flawed criticism. The Eminem Show was also pretty tight, but it showed that Eminem had begin to faulter; his subject matter had become redundant, and concepts like Hailie's Song failed miserabley. It was still more than solid, as a whole, but it showed that Em may've taken a step backwards. I think Encore more than solidified this belief; I don't care who would've released Encore, because whether it was Eminem, Nelly, or Kool G. Rap, that album would've come across as a steaming pile of ish.

It was horrible to watch Eminem's lyrical self-destruction; as much personal self-destruction as he put on wax, he had always remained a razor-sharp emcee, with superior wit compared to his contemporaries. People forget that while he's always been a media darling, the only reason he truly blew up in hip-hop wasn't marketing; it was skills. While many people say Eminem's overrated, and by his hardcore fans, he may very well be, he's actually underrated by the core of hip-hop heads. He has spit, admittedly and unfortunately, some garbage within the last few years, but that doesn't detract from the legacy he's created since the Infinite EP dropped. On The Re-Up, Eminem seems to have made a return to form; however, when i say Eminem's returned to form, I don't neccessarily mean he's back to his Slim Shady ways. Slim Shady is virtually dead; that persona has a very unlikely chance of ever resurfacing, because Eminem's grown far too much to ever return to the playful, yet malevolent demeanor that Shady had. Now, he's a disgruntled emcee who's just looking to solidify his spot as one of the best in the game; and honestly, for Eminem at this point, that's an entirely appropriate stance for him to take.

Throughout The Re-Up, on the track Eminem features, he brings his a-game, at least on the rhyme-side of things. Em's production is still a bit bland, and this album would've benefitted had there been less of Em's fingertips on it behind the boards. Nonetheless, while the production isn't phenomenal, it is more than solid; the Shady roster carry the bulk of this release, and do quite well. Now, honestly, the members of Shady Records aren't exceptional artists; Cashis has some great potential, but that's virtually it for now. Bobby Creekwater sounds eerily like T.I., if Tip were still an amateur. Creekwater is an average emcee, but unless he was holding something back on this release, I don't see a very bright future ahead of him. I've never really been a fan of Stat Quo, and while he does get two bangers on this release from Focus and Dre, he still doesn't step things up lyrically. The surviving members of D12(sans Eminem) all appear on this album, and none of them have stepped their games up; Proof was clearly the only one who was above-average in the group, and it shows on his posthumous cut, "Trapped." 50 Cent, having been out of the mainstream for a while now, seems rather hungry, and it shows on his rare appearances throughout this album. He doesn't steal the show, but he does provide some promise for his upcoming release, and possibly dropping something better than The Massacre was. Obie Trice is still the best emcee Eminem has signed, but sadly, just like on his last solo, he's also gotten some pretty poor production to showcase his skills with. If Obie had gotten some Alchemist, or Dre cuts on this release, it would've pushed it even further in terms of quality.

This is by no means a bad release; it's actually very good, and surprisingly so. For a mixtape, and yes, this is still a mixtape, it's a rare one that provides more quality than quantity; and with 22 tracks, there's a lot of quantity. It could've been cut down, for sure; rehash like the Smack That and Shake That(gets confusing, I know) remixes could've been done without, and really shouldn't have made it onto this release once it received national distribution. The Re-Up is a great compilation, and it shows that Eminem maybe back to form, but only time can truly determine that; for now, don't dwell on Eminem's stance in the game though, and pick up The Re-Up. More than solid, but not outstanding, it's a good release that should hold Shady fans over.
12 of 13 people found the following review helpful
Eminem is back Dec 5 2006
By E. Phillips - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Eminem Presents The Re-Up started out as a mixtape project, but Eminem decided to release the album so the new artists, Bobby Creekwater, Stat Quo, and Ca$his would gain more popularity. And yes, it was a good idea, even though the album felt like it was made for Eminem and 50 Cent. The new artists actually did some decent songs, but Eminem and 50 Cent gave the best performance. The best songs were Public Enemy #1 and No Apologies. No Apologies is one of the most serious songs he's made since The Eminem Show. That song is a classic. Eminem and 50 Cent did much better on this than they did on their last albums. Hopefully, if they eventually make new albums, they'll be as good as this. It's worth listening to and if you're an Eminem fan, buy it.
14 of 16 people found the following review helpful
Eminem and 50 Carry This Project Dec 5 2006
By Bubbalicious - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Eminem Presents the Re-Up is a decent cd. There are some serious FIRE tracks here. The lesser known acts on this cd do a decent job here. In my opinion, if they are truly the "featured" artist on this cd, then Eminem and 5o should have stayed away. These two outshine the new artists on this cd making it hard to listen to the new artist when 50 and Em's tracks are so hot. This is worth the buy just to hear these two! Why doesnt 5o cent always rap with this much heat?
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
A Decent Album April 3 2007
By J - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
This album is an average rap album. It has moderate beats and lyrics. There is also a reasonable amount of filler. "You Don't Know" is a decent club banger and "No Apologies" gives us a glimpse and a reminder of the old eminem before his encore album.
8 of 9 people found the following review helpful
The Best Grouping Of New Artist In 2006!!!!! Dec 12 2006
By Pyro [The Composer] - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
This album caught me COMPLETELY by surprise. I mean...Eminem is one of the most talented artists, PERIOD! I knew he we group together a killer squad, but DAMN! Honestly, I would usually skip the tracks that would have Bizarre on them, but I DIDN'T SKIP "Murder"!!! All of Eminem, D12, Obie Trice, 50 Cent, Stat Quo, Bobby Creekwater, Cashis, etc. held SHADY/AFTERMATH correct!!!! If this is what I'm to expect with the rest of what's to come from these artists, I will be satisfied for years to come. This album, no matter WHAT th'f#ck people say about its format, is one of my favorites of 2006, and I MEAN THAT!!!!! I RECOMMEND THIS ALBUM TO ANY SHADY/AFTERMATH FAN! YOU WILL NOT BE DISAPPOINTED!!!!!

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