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Eminem's 20-Song "Relapse" Track List Hits the Web

April 28, 2009 3:57 PM ET

In an interview on his Shade45 satellite radio station last week Eminem said there's only one copy of his upcoming Relapse — and he's carrying it around himself to prevent leaks. But today Rap Radar confirmed the titles and lengths of Relapse's 20 tracks, four of which are skits. In addition, the iTunes Music Store revealed today that the album's next two singes, "Old Time's Sake" featuring Dr. Dre and "Beautiful," will be released through the digital music service on May 5th and May 12th, respectively.

Surprisingly, Relapse will feature the hit single "Crack A Bottle," featuring Dr. Dre and 50 Cent, even though Fiddy said he'd claimed the track for his own oft-delayed Before I Self-Destruct. What else did we learn from this new track list? Well, Em is still fascinated with his mother ("My Mom"), still inspired by the weed ("Must Be The Ganja") and still resurrecting his comedic character Ken Kaniff ("Underground"). Check out the full list:

"Dr. West" (Skit) 01:29
"3am" 05:20
"My Mom" 05:20
"Insane" 03:01
"Bagpipes From Baghdad" 04:43
"Hello" 04:08
"Tonya" (Skit) 00:43
"Same Song & Dance" 04:08
"We Made You" 04:30
"Medicine Ball" 03:57
"Paul" (Skit) 00:19
"Stay Wide Awake" 05:20
"Old Time's Sake" feat. Dr. Dre 04:35
"Must Be The Ganja" 04:03
"Mr. Mathers" 00:42
"Deja Vu" 04:43
"Beautiful" 06:32
"Crack A Bottle" f. Dr. Dre & 50 Cent 04:58
"Steve Berman" (Skit) 01:29
"Underground/Ken Kaniff" 06:19

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