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Eminem is provoking more outrage on a new album in which he threatens female stars, but this time the self-styled rap god also waxes philosophical on the reasons for his aggression.A compilation album, "Shady XV" has one disc worth of new material from Eminem and other musicians on his Shady Records, with a second disc featuring hits from the label's 15 years.Eminem raps, after referring to his latent embrace of gay rights.The harsh lyrics mark the latest twist for Eminem, who has swung between aggression to contemplative reconciliation throughout his career.Eminem also bemoans criticism that he has gone soft, as he explains why he has gone back to his earlier incarnation.
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