Eminem ‎– Infinite

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Web Entertainment ‎– WEB714V
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A1 Infinite 4:01
A2 W.E.G.O. (Interlude)
Vocals – DJ Head, Proof (3)
1:21
A3 It's O.K.
Featuring – Eiy-Kyu*
3:29
A4 Tonite
Scratches – D.J. Butterfingers*
3:43
A5 313
Featuring – Eiy-Kyu*
4:11
A6 Maxine
Featuring – 3, Denaun Porter
3:55
B1 Open Mic
Featuring – ThymeVoice [Uncredited] – Denaun Porter, Kuniva
4:02
B2 Never 2 Far
Voice [Uncredited] – Denaun Porter
3:38
B3 Searchin
Featuring – Eiy-Kyu*Vocals – Angela Workman
3:45
B4 Backstabber
Vocals [Uncredited] – Proof (3)
3:24
B5 Jealousy Woes II
Voice [Uncredited] – Denaun Porter, Eiy-Kyu*, Proof (3)
3:20

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Notes

Two versions exist:
- 125 with address
- 125 without address
- 250 total

This is not to be confused with the unofficial pressing: Eminem - Infinite.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): WEB-714-V-A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): WEB-714-V-B

Other Versions (5 of 33) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
WEB714 Eminem Infinite(Cass, Album) Web Entertainment WEB714 US 1996 Sell This Version
EMILP001 Eminem Infinite(LP, Album, Ltd, RE, Unofficial, Cle) FBT Productions (2) EMILP001 France 2013 Sell This Version
ARW007-CD, MR 3864-2 Eminem Infinite(CD, Album, RE, Unofficial) Arelis Record World, Moon Records (2) ARW007-CD, MR 3864-2 Ukraine 2009 Sell This Version
WEB714 Eminem Infinite(Cass, Album, Ltd, Num, RE, Unofficial) Web Entertainment (2) WEB714 UK 2016 Sell This Version
none Eminem Infinite(CD, Album, RE, Unofficial) Interscope Records (2) none Unknown Sell This Version

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klowery_1983

klowery_1983

February 10, 2018
One of these days a real one will show up on here....I hope
deejayabs

deejayabs

June 12, 2017

Don't believe everything you read folks! There's a youtube video that has EM mentioning there were 500 copies pressed and didn't get the commercial appeal so many of the copies didn't survive.
bigpauleyg

bigpauleyg

January 8, 2017
So much wrong information in those comments - everyone's acting like they know everything. I talked to Mark Bass:
There was never a second press / reissue (except for the 7'' coming) but BOTH the version with address and without is the real deal and 1st press. Even DJ Rec's and DJ Head copies are without the address. 250 in total pressed, 125 of each label variant.
The faded color version is fake of course.
alonzoharris83

alonzoharris83

December 26, 2016
edited about 1 year ago
Im intrigued because the last comment thread mentioned on here described how you could haggle with sellers outside of Discogs for a better price.... that comment has since been removed and all of a sudden this listing has been revoked. All a bit suspicious O_o

50centuniverse

50centuniverse

August 9, 2013

100% agree with deejayabs. 1st pressings have the address. Since I am a collector and own the 1st pressing I know and don't be fooled by what anyone else tell you different. If you can afford and find a 1st pressing its not only rare but you are owning a piece of classic hip hop which sadly isn't around much these days
deejayabs

deejayabs

February 2, 2011
edited over 6 years ago

100% true. The OFFICIAL first pressing has the address on the label. 2nd pressings without address and the 3rd pressing has a faded label color.

There has been many many pressings of this rare record and can be easily confused with represses. Watch out!