Originally Posted by hellawaits77ny
That he was. Have yet to voluntarily listen to any album since The Eminem Show. That was one of my main albums my junior/senior years of HS. Great memories.
Totally man. I remember when I first purchased "The Marshal Mathers LP" in 6th grade at TARGET sometime during 2000. That CD made a big impact on my life during my elementary years. It was amazing watching him grow up to be one of the biggest and most well respected artists in the game(Not to mention it was Dr. Dre who discovered eminem and his talent, and was the one who put him out there in the spotlight). His First Three records will go down as classics. It also helps that Dr. Dre produced a big portion of Eminems first three albums, which is always nice.