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Studio album by Eminem
Released November 12, 1996
Recorded 1995–1996
Genre Club rap, Pop
Length 37:54
Label Web Entertainment
Producer Eminem, Jeff & Mark Bass, and Mr. Porter
Stream SoundCloud
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Eminem chronology
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(1996) (1997)

Infinite is the debut studio album by American rapper Eminem, released independently under the label Web Entertainment in 1996. The album was a commercial failure, only selling around 1,000 copies. It has only 11 tracks and is his shortest full-length album. It features contributions from several underground rappers. The first track, Infinite, is available on Spotify and Apple Music.

Trivial Facts[]

In 2019, songwriter and artist Kasizah based the cover art and tune for their single "Ascension" on this album.

Track List[]

All music composed by Jeff Bass and Mr. Porter.

1. "Infinite"   4:04
2. "W.E.G.O." (Interlude) (feat. Proof & DJ Head) 0:26
3. "It's O.K." (feat. Eye-Kyu) 3:33
4. "Tonite"   4:14
5. "313" (feat. Eye-Kyu) 3:46
6. "Maxine" (feat. Mr. Porter & Three) 3:58
7. "Open Mic" (feat. Thyme) 4:06
8. "Never 2 Far"   3:41
9. "Searchin'" (feat. Mr. Porter & Angela Workman) 3:48
10. "Backstabber"   3:26
11. "Jealousy Woes II"   3:20

Sample credits

  • "Tonite" contains a sample of "Let This River Flow" by Googie & Tom Coppola
  • "Maxine" contains a sample of "Dolphin Dance" by Grover Washington
  • "Open Mic" contains a sample of "Give Me Your Love (Love Song)" by Curtis Mayfield
  • "Never 2 Far" contains a sample of "Right On Time" by Maze
  • "Backstabber" contains samples of "Jealous" by LL Cool J and "Fuckin' Backstabber" by Soul Intent
  • "Jealousy Woes II" contains samples of "The World Is Yours" by Nas, "Jealous" by LL Cool J and "Butter" by A Tribe Called Q.U.E.S.T.