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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.

Also:

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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