- Author:David Stubbs
- Publisher:Thunder's Mouth Press (October 22, 2003)
- Pages:144 pages
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Stubbs, David, 1962-.
Stubbs, David, 1962-. Eminem (Musician), Rap musicians. New York, NY : Thunder's Mouth Press. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Archive of Contemporary Music. Audiophile CD Collection.
But I’m sorry, Mama, for Cleanin' Out My Closet At the time I was angry, rightfully? Maybe so Never meant that far to. .
But I’m sorry, Mama, for Cleanin' Out My Closet At the time I was angry, rightfully? Maybe so Never meant that far to take it, though ‘Cause now I know it’s not your fault and I’m not making jokes That song I no longer play at shows and I cringe every time it’s on the radio. How did Eminem's mother react to this song? Debbie rarely spoke out about this song when it first came out, but she would later reveal in her 2008 autobiography My Son Marshall, My Son Eminem, particularly regarding the line about his Uncle Ronnie: I have apologized so many times for saying I wished he were dead instead of Ronnie. Of course I didn’t mean it. But Marshall refused even to discuss the subject.
Eminem has become the biggest name in the music industry. In Eminem: The Stories Behind Every Song David Stubbs brings Eminem’s past to life and shows how each song came to be. His past experiences are prevalent in each song that he has written. Stubbs chronologically goes through the career of Eminem. He starts from his early rap career in Detroit in the underground scene and works his way up In the history of hip hop, rock or pop there never been anyone quite like Eminem, wrote David Stubbs.
Eminem : The Stories Behind Every Song. The book has a great presentation and describes most of the songs Eminem appeared in or wrote. From his first album, Infinite, to the development of Slim Shady in the Slim Shady EP to getting picked up by Dr Dre in the Slim Shady LP to the other songs in Marshal Mathers and Eminem Show as well as collaborations and 8 Mile. Not really a bio, but a good compliment to his books. I <3 Eminem and this Book!!! ~ Stephanie (15 yrs old). com User, December 28, 2003. I really liked this book. It contains really good pictures of him.
David Stubbs was a staff writer for the legendary Melody Maker, where he was responsible for the popular Talk Talk Talk section, as well as for conducting innumerable interviews with figures as wide-ranging as Kraftwerk, De La Soul, Public Enemy, . and The Butthole Surfers.
But I'm sorry momma for "Cleanin' Out My Closet" At the time I was angry, rightfully? Maybe so Never meant that far to take it though Cause, now I know it's not your fault and I'm not making jokes That song I no longer play a.
But I'm sorry momma for "Cleanin' Out My Closet" At the time I was angry, rightfully? Maybe so Never meant that far to take it though Cause, now I know it's not your fault and I'm not making jokes That song I no longer play at shows and I cringe every time it's on the radio. 2. k views · View 10 Upvoters. If you want a detailed explanation for that song, visit Eminem – Cleanin' Out My Closet. This site explains every line. But generally, in this song Eminem disses his mother for many reasons mentioned in the song. It's sarcastic and ironic, because in the song it seems that Eminem is apologizing to his mother when in reality it's the exact opposite.
Are you sure you want to remove Eminem: Cleaning Out My Closet from your list? . The Stories Behind Every Song. Published October 22, 2003 by Thunder's Mouth Press.
Are you sure you want to remove Eminem: Cleaning Out My Closet from your list? Eminem: Cleaning Out My Closet. Rap musicians, Biography.
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by David Stubbs (Author). It has the reasons for why Eminem wrote all of the songs he did, from the Slim Shady EP, to the Slim Shady LP, to the Marshall Mathers LP, to the Eminem Show, to the 8 Mile soundtrack. It talks about struggles in his life with his mother, Debbie, and Kim. It also talks about his daugter, Hailie Jade. If you are expecting a book all about his life, though, then you shouldn't get this book because it basically describes the reasons for writing each song.