Encore

~ Release by Eminem (see all versions of this release, 11 available)

Tracklist

CD 1
#TitleArtistRatingLength
1Curtains Up
recording of:
Curtains Up
Eminem2.40:47
2Evil Deeds
recording engineer:
Steve Baughman (mix/recording engineer), Mauricio “Veto” Iragorri, Steve King (US engineer, mixer, producer, musician and songwriter from Detroit) and Mike Strange (engineer)
assistant engineer:
Ben Jost (engineer) and Michael Sroka
producer:
Dr. Dre (Andre Young, rap producer)
mixer:
Eminem and Steve King (US engineer, mixer, producer, musician and songwriter from Detroit)
keyboard:
Mark Batson
keyboard [intro keyboards]:
Luis Resto
keyboard [keyboards]:
Mark Batson and Mike Elizondo
recorded at:
54 Sound in Detroit, Michigan, United States and Transcontinental Studios in Orlando, Florida, United States
mixed at:
54 Sound in Detroit, Michigan, United States
recording of:
Evil Deeds
writer:
Andre Young (Andre Young, rap producer), Mark Batson, Mike Elizondo, Marshall Mathers and Chris Pope
Eminem4.154:20
3Never Enough
recording engineer:
Tony Campana (engineer), Mauricio “Veto” Iragorri, Steve King (US engineer, mixer, producer, musician and songwriter from Detroit) and Mike Strange (engineer)
assistant engineer:
Jose Borges (US sound engineer)
producer:
Dr. Dre (Andre Young, rap producer) and Mike Elizondo
mixer:
Eminem and Steve King (US engineer, mixer, producer, musician and songwriter from Detroit)
keyboard [keyboards]:
Mike Elizondo
recorded at:
54 Sound in Detroit, Michigan, United States and Can-Am in Tarzana, Los Angeles, California, United States
mixed at:
54 Sound in Detroit, Michigan, United States
recording of:
Never Enough
writer:
Andre Young (Andre Young, rap producer), Curtis Jackson, Mike Elizondo, Marshall Mathers and Nathaniel Hale
Eminem feat. 50 Cent & Nate Dogg4.22:40
4Yellow Brick Road
recording engineer:
Steve King (US engineer, mixer, producer, musician and songwriter from Detroit) and Mike Strange (engineer)
additional producer:
Luis Resto
producer:
Eminem
mixer:
Eminem and Steve King (US engineer, mixer, producer, musician and songwriter from Detroit)
bass guitar [bass], guitar [guitars] and mandolin:
Steve King (US engineer, mixer, producer, musician and songwriter from Detroit)
keyboard [keyboards]:
Luis Resto
recorded at and mixed at:
54 Sound in Detroit, Michigan, United States
recording of:
Yellow Brick Road
writer:
Steve King (US engineer, mixer, producer, musician and songwriter from Detroit), Marshall Mathers and Luis Resto
Eminem3.55:46
5Like Toy Soldiers
recording engineer:
Tony Campana (engineer), Steve King (US engineer, mixer, producer, musician and songwriter from Detroit) and Mike Strange (engineer)
additional producer:
Luis Resto
producer:
Eminem
mixer:
Eminem and Mike Strange (engineer)
bass guitar [bass] and guitar [guitars]:
Steve King (US engineer, mixer, producer, musician and songwriter from Detroit)
keyboard [keyboards]:
Luis Resto
recorded at and mixed at:
54 Sound in Detroit, Michigan, United States
samples:
Toy Soldiers by Martika
recording of:
Like Toy Soldiers
writer:
Marta Marrero, Marshall Mathers, Michael Jay (producer/engineer) and Luis Resto
Eminem3.94:57
6Mosh
recording engineer:
Steve Baughman (mix/recording engineer), Mauricio “Veto” Iragorri, Steve King (US engineer, mixer, producer, musician and songwriter from Detroit) and Mike Strange (engineer)
assistant engineer:
Scott Hays (engineer), Ben Jost (engineer), Rouble Kapoor and Michael Sroka
producer:
Mark Batson and Dr. Dre (Andre Young, rap producer)
mixer:
Dr. Dre (Andre Young, rap producer), Eminem and Steve King (US engineer, mixer, producer, musician and songwriter from Detroit)
guitar [guitars]:
Mike Elizondo
keyboard [keyboards]:
Mark Batson and Mike Elizondo
recorded at:
54 Sound in Detroit, Michigan, United States and Transcontinental Studios in Orlando, Florida, United States
mixed at:
Record One Recording in Sherman Oaks, Los Angeles, California, United States
recording of:
Mosh
writer:
Andre Young (Andre Young, rap producer), Mark Batson, Mike Elizondo, Marshall Mathers and Chris Pope
Eminem3.755:18
7Puke
recording engineer:
Tony Campana (engineer), Steve King (US engineer, mixer, producer, musician and songwriter from Detroit) and Mike Strange (engineer)
additional producer:
Luis Resto
producer:
Eminem
mixer:
Eminem and Steve King (US engineer, mixer, producer, musician and songwriter from Detroit)
bass guitar [bass] and guitar [guitars]:
Steve King (US engineer, mixer, producer, musician and songwriter from Detroit)
keyboard [keyboards]:
Luis Resto
recorded at and mixed at:
54 Sound in Detroit, Michigan, United States
recording of:
Puke
writer:
Steve King (US engineer, mixer, producer, musician and songwriter from Detroit), Marshall Mathers, Brian May (Queen guitarist) and Luis Resto
Eminem2.754:08
8My 1st Single
recording engineer:
Tony Campana (engineer), Steve King (US engineer, mixer, producer, musician and songwriter from Detroit) and Mike Strange (engineer)
additional producer:
Luis Resto
producer:
Eminem
mixer:
Eminem and Steve King (US engineer, mixer, producer, musician and songwriter from Detroit)
keyboard [keyboards]:
Luis Resto
recorded at and mixed at:
54 Sound in Detroit, Michigan, United States
recording of:
My 1st Single
writer:
Marshall Mathers and Luis Resto
Eminem2.755:03
9Paul (skit)
recording of:
Paul (The Slim Shady LP)
writer:
Eminem
Eminem2.50:32
10Rain Man
recording engineer:
Steve Baughman (mix/recording engineer), Tony Campana (engineer), Mauricio “Veto” Iragorri and Steve King (US engineer, mixer, producer, musician and songwriter from Detroit)
assistant engineer:
Ben Jost (engineer) and Michael Sroka
producer:
Dr. Dre (Andre Young, rap producer)
mixer:
Eminem and Steve King (US engineer, mixer, producer, musician and songwriter from Detroit)
keyboard [keyboards]:
Mark Batson and Mike Elizondo
recorded at:
54 Sound in Detroit, Michigan, United States and Transcontinental Studios in Orlando, Florida, United States
mixed at:
54 Sound in Detroit, Michigan, United States
recording of:
Rain Man
writer:
Andre Young (Andre Young, rap producer), Mark Batson, Mike Elizondo, Marshall Mathers and Chris Pope
Eminem3.55:14
11Big Weenie
recording engineer:
Steve Baughman (mix/recording engineer), Mauricio “Veto” Iragorri, Steve King (US engineer, mixer, producer, musician and songwriter from Detroit) and Mike Strange (engineer)
assistant engineer:
Ben Jost (engineer) and Michael Sroka
producer:
Dr. Dre (Andre Young, rap producer)
mixer:
Eminem and Steve King (US engineer, mixer, producer, musician and songwriter from Detroit)
additional keyboard [keyboards]:
Steve King (US engineer, mixer, producer, musician and songwriter from Detroit)
guitar [guitars]:
Mike Elizondo
keyboard [keyboards]:
Mark Batson and Mike Elizondo
recorded at:
54 Sound in Detroit, Michigan, United States and Transcontinental Studios in Orlando, Florida, United States
mixed at:
54 Sound in Detroit, Michigan, United States
recording of:
Big Weenie
writer:
Andre Young (Andre Young, rap producer), Mark Batson, Mike Elizondo, Marshall Mathers and Chris Pope
Eminem3.54:27
12Em Calls Paul (skit)
recording of:
Em Calls Paul (skit) (2004)
Eminem2.51:12
13Just Lose It
recording engineer:
Steve Baughman (mix/recording engineer), Tony Campana (engineer), Mauricio “Veto” Iragorri, Steve King (US engineer, mixer, producer, musician and songwriter from Detroit) and Mike Strange (engineer)
assistant engineer:
Scott Hays (engineer), Ben Jost (engineer), Rouble Kapoor and Michael Sroka
producer:
Dr. Dre (Andre Young, rap producer) and Mike Elizondo
mixer:
Dr. Dre (Andre Young, rap producer)
guitar [guitars]:
Mike Elizondo
keyboard [keyboards]:
Mark Batson and Mike Elizondo
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Aftermath Entertainment (US rap) (in 2004) and Interscope Records (in 2004)
recorded at:
Transcontinental Studios in Orlando, Florida, United States
mixed at:
54 Sound in Detroit, Michigan, United States and Record One Recording in Sherman Oaks, Los Angeles, California, United States
recording of:
Just Lose It
writer:
Andre Young (Andre Young, rap producer), Mark Batson, Che Pope, Mike Elizondo, Marshall Mathers and Chris Pope
Eminem44:09
14Ass Like That
recording engineer:
Steve Baughman (mix/recording engineer), Mauricio “Veto” Iragorri, Steve King (US engineer, mixer, producer, musician and songwriter from Detroit) and Mike Strange (engineer)
assistant engineer:
Ben Jost (engineer), Rouble Kapoor and Michael Sroka
producer:
Dr. Dre (Andre Young, rap producer) and Mike Elizondo
mixer:
Dr. Dre (Andre Young, rap producer)
bass guitar [bass]:
Mark Batson
electric sitar [sitar guitar] and keyboard [keyboards]:
Mike Elizondo
recorded at:
54 Sound in Detroit, Michigan, United States and Transcontinental Studios in Orlando, Florida, United States
mixed at:
Record One Recording in Sherman Oaks, Los Angeles, California, United States
recording of:
Ass Like That
writer:
Andre Young (Andre Young, rap producer), Mark Batson, Mike Elizondo, Marshall Mathers and Chris Pope
Eminem3.654:26
15Spend Some Time
recording engineer:
Tony Campana (engineer), Mauricio “Veto” Iragorri, Steve King (US engineer, mixer, producer, musician and songwriter from Detroit) and Mike Strange (engineer)
assistant engineer:
Michael Sroka
additional producer:
Luis Resto
producer:
Eminem
mixer:
Tony Campana (engineer), Eminem and Steve King (US engineer, mixer, producer, musician and songwriter from Detroit)
guitar [guitars]:
Steve King (US engineer, mixer, producer, musician and songwriter from Detroit)
keyboard [keyboards]:
Luis Resto
recorded at:
54 Sound in Detroit, Michigan, United States and Transcontinental Studios in Orlando, Florida, United States
mixed at:
54 Sound in Detroit, Michigan, United States
recording of:
Spend Some Time
writer:
Curtis Jackson, Steve King (US engineer, mixer, producer, musician and songwriter from Detroit), Marshall Mathers, Luis Resto, Stanley Benton, Obie Trice and Gary Wright (US singer/keyboardist)
Eminem feat. Obie Trice, Stat Quo & 50 Cent3.355:11
16Mockingbird
recording engineer:
Tony Campana (engineer), Steve King (US engineer, mixer, producer, musician and songwriter from Detroit) and Mike Strange (engineer)
additional producer:
Luis Resto
producer:
Eminem
mixer:
Eminem and Steve King (US engineer, mixer, producer, musician and songwriter from Detroit)
keyboard [keyboards]:
Luis Resto
recorded at and mixed at:
54 Sound in Detroit, Michigan, United States
recording of:
Mocking Bird
writer:
Marshall Mathers and Luis Resto
Eminem3.94:11
17Crazy in Love
recording engineer:
Tony Campana (engineer), Steve King (US engineer, mixer, producer, musician and songwriter from Detroit) and Mike Strange (engineer)
additional producer:
Luis Resto
producer:
Eminem
mixer:
Eminem and Steve King (US engineer, mixer, producer, musician and songwriter from Detroit)
bass guitar [bass] and guitar [guitars]:
Steve King (US engineer, mixer, producer, musician and songwriter from Detroit)
keyboard [keyboards]:
Luis Resto
recorded at and mixed at:
54 Sound in Detroit, Michigan, United States
samples:
Crazy on You by Heart
recording of:
Crazy in Love
writer:
Roger Fisher (US rock guitarist), Marshall Mathers, Luis Resto, Ann Wilson (lead singer of Heart) and Nancy Wilson (guitarist/singer of “Heart”)
Eminem34:02
18One Shot 2 Shot
recording engineer:
Tony Campana (engineer), Mauricio “Veto” Iragorri, Steve King (US engineer, mixer, producer, musician and songwriter from Detroit), Mike Chav (producer, engineer and musician) and Mike Strange (engineer)
assistant engineer:
Michael Sroka
additional producer:
Luis Resto
producer:
Eminem
guitar [guitars]:
Steve King (US engineer, mixer, producer, musician and songwriter from Detroit)
keyboard [keyboards]:
Luis Resto
recorded at:
54 Sound in Detroit, Michigan, United States and Transcontinental Studios in Orlando, Florida, United States
recording of:
One Shot 2 Shot
writer:
Denaun Porter (Denaun Porter, aka Kon Artis), Marshall Mathers, Ondre Moore (member of D12, aka Swift), Luis Resto, Rufus Arthur Johnson (US rapper) and Von Carlisle (rapper Von Carlisle, aka Rondell Beene)
Eminem feat. D123.84:27
19Final Thought (skit)
recording of:
Final Thought (skit)
Eminem2.350:30
20Encore / (Curtains)
recording engineer:
Steve Baughman (mix/recording engineer), Tony Campana (engineer), Mauricio “Veto” Iragorri, Steve King (US engineer, mixer, producer, musician and songwriter from Detroit) and Mike Strange (engineer)
additional programming:
Che Vicious
assistant engineer:
Ben Jost (engineer), Rouble Kapoor and Michael Sroka
producer:
Mark Batson and Dr. Dre (Andre Young, rap producer)
mixer:
Dr. Dre (Andre Young, rap producer)
additional keyboard [keyboards]:
Luis Resto
guitar [guitars]:
Mike Elizondo
keyboard [keyboards]:
Mark Batson and Mike Elizondo
recorded at:
54 Sound in Detroit, Michigan, United States and Transcontinental Studios in Orlando, Florida, United States
mixed at:
Record One Recording in Sherman Oaks, Los Angeles, California, United States
recording of:
Curtains Close (skit)
writer:
Marshall Mathers and Luis Resto
publisher:
Eight Mile Style and Resto World Music
recording of:
Encore
writer:
Andre Young (Andre Young, rap producer), Mark Batson, Che Pope, Curtis Jackson, Mike Elizondo, Marshall Mathers and Chris Pope
publisher:
Ain’t Nothing but Funkin’ Music, Alien Status Music, Bat Future Music, Blotter Music, Eight Mile Style, Jenelle Rene Music, Kobalt Music Copyrights SARL, Music of Windswept, Warner–Tamerlane Publishing Corp. (publisher; do NOT use as release label) and WB Music Corp. (1929-2019)
Eminem feat. Dr. Dre & 50 Cent3.655:48

Credits

Release

executive producer:Dr. Dre (Andre Young, rap producer)
ASIN:DE: B000301YYI [info]