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|Eminem Live from New York City 2005|
Director: Hamish Hamilton
Genres: Music Video & Concerts
Eminem is THE global rap superstar. This concert was filmed at Madison Square Garden in New York in 2005 at the culmination of his farewell tour prior to his retirement. It's a spectacular show with multi-level staging, am... more »
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K. K. (GAMER)
Reviewed on 8/17/2017...
There was some Eminem immaturity and arrogance at the beginning of the video but the concert music was solid. DO NOT get the all access Europe since Eminem and his buddies act like real punks in that DVD video.
Reviewed on 11/13/2009...
Liked it !
1 of 2 member(s) found this review helpful.
Yes! This is THE Eminem DVD To Own
R. Windhager | 11/12/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I'm so stoked this concert is going on DVD. I just watched this on You Tube and wished to watch a good version. And here it is. This is a better concert than the 2002 DVD. This has performances of ENCORE songs (which was the tour that got cut short) has a great ENCORE themed intro plus a lot of old favs like My Name Is, Lose Yourself, Stan..etc. The only thing that disappoints me is that Em didn't do "When I'm Gone", it's one my favs and have yet to hear a live version. Oh well other than that this show is perfect. A Must have for Em fans."
A. marrero | 06/08/2008
(4 out of 5 stars)
"First of all the missing artists are probably due to licensing agreements. Therefore, that is probably why it wasn't included. That and the fact that the title is Eminem: Live From New York City not whatever the name of the concert was.
As for the actual concert, I thought it was pretty good. Eminem seems to have fallen of the grid since his best friend deceased. If I was him I think that I would have done the same since hitting the stage without him when he was by you everytime you went on- now thats just deep if you think about it. Now I'm just getting off topic. But in the concert- it was interesting to see him and Proof togethor at every set. The choice of music itself, it comprised of more of the newer stuff (which is old by now) and I'm not big on his last item but it was ok. As for his old songs-loved them- though, once more its sad to say, the raw energy that Eminem showed once upon a time is gone. I always wondered if he was like an Elvis Presley, if he used some sort of substance. It always apeared to me like he was on a little bit of something (most of the time, alot at others.) Yet, even though this concert did not have that energy Eminem will still go down as one talented M---er F-er and a rap icon and still deserves a bow.