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New Albums

May 30, 2002

Eminem, "The Eminem Show," Aftermath/Interscope. The rapper's album is too long at almost 80 minutes, but its highlights offer Eminem's most gripping and revealing statements yet.


Bounty Killer, "Ghetto Dictionary," VP Records

Cordelia's Dad, "What It Is," Kimchee

Nik Freitas, "Here's Laughing at You," Future Farmer

Hutch, "Turn it Around," Smile/Image

Japancakes, "Belmondo," Darla

David Johansen & the Harry Smiths, "Shaker," Chesky

Mother Superior, "Sin," MuscleTone

Jill Olson, "My Best Yesterday," 125

Darius Rucker, "Back to Then," Hidden Beach/Epic

Skinlab, "reVoltingRoom," Century Media

Susperia, "Vindication," Nuclear Blast

Jimmy Thackery, "We Got It," Telarc

Various Artists, "Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood," Original Soundtrack, Columbia

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