The Slim Shady LP
In 2000, a crack in the subterranean crust allowed Slim Shady to crawl out from the underground and infiltrate the rap industry with a rage previously unheard and unseen. On the Slim Shady LP, Eminem and producer Dr. Dre form a potent combination that connected disenfranchised kids across the color and economic spectrum. "Brain Damage" and "Just Don't Give a F**k" were single-digit salutes to bullies and detractors, while "My Name Is," "Guilty Conscience," and "Role Model" smoke enemies. As for "Bonnie and Clyde 97", it's one of the most evil payback scenarios ever recorded.