The rumored release date, which had the Revival download and stream set at November 17th, came and went. No official word from Eminem or his camp, and nothing substantial was said on his radio show or promoted on his SNL performance. A performance which also lacked a second track from the forthcoming album, which was a surprise to many. Some even believed that Revival is actually a best of-album, which seems highly unlikely.
The Revival ads and their expiration dates have also been proven to be misleading, and while new ads have popped up in London the last few days, there are no new clues.
A few sources have claimed that the November 17th release date was in fact real, and it only got pushed back because the date leaked out. And in order to make Relapse a surprise release, Official release is now set at Dec 08. But I would take this info with a grain of salt since there’s been so many dates floating around, and none of them has turned out to be legit.
Three different tracklists are floating around, two of them similar but are likely to be fake. Compared to the Taylor Swift track list leak, no reliable source has confirmed any of the titles mentioned.
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