The Eminem Show, released in 2002 is considered one of his best albums, if not, the greatest in my personal opinion. Although Eminem’s songs had had its controversy among society for having vulgar language and description, his album includes a blend of joyful, sad, harsh, deep or serious thoughts. For example, his well-known song, Without Me, is based on a happy tone to rap alongside in your free time. Personally it’s my favorite song in this album. Cleanin Out My Closet delivers a dark tone as Eminem describes his childhood, claiming his mother feeds him drug-filled meals. Hailie’s Song has a sad tone where Eminem sings about his daughter, hoping to give her a good life unlike what he experienced in his childhood. His album could be fit for any mood at any time being. Many people criticize Eminem’s vulgar language, however in my opinion, he uses the strong language to emphasize his feelings. Either it is used to exaggerate his lyrics or to show his anger. People seem to focus more on picking his language rather than actually thinking about how he rhymes a wide variety of words. It amazes me how he has the ability to rhyme 3 words within one sentence, resulting in many catchy lines. Personally, I definitely recommend this album, although old, but gold. I thoroughly enjoy this album and has made my mood everyday for years when I listen to the songs in it.