Repentance (Psychopathic/D3 2003)

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In the fall of 2003, Esham released Repentance, his first actual release on Psychopathic.  Even though many people were still sore over Acid Rain and Esham’s dealings with Psychopathic as a whole, this album was miles above anything he had released within the last few years up to that point.  Mastamind was noticably absent, but TNT, Twiztid, ICP, and Bone Thugs and Harmony made guest appearences.  Fans both old and new ate up songs such as woo woo woo, In Detroit,  and Pay me.  Esham handled most of the production, with Mike P joining in on 3 tracks.  The Eminem disses also got on some fan’s nerves, but they didn’t do much to hurt the album overall.

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