Eminem ‎– Just Don't Give A F*ck

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Web Entertainment ‎– WEB718
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Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
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A1 Just Don't Give A F*ck
Producer – Denaun Porter
A2 Just Don't Give A #?@! (Radio Edit)
Producer – Denaun Porter
A3 Just Don't Give A F*ck (Instrumental)
Producer – Denaun Porter
B1 Low Down, Dirty
Co-producer – Denaun PorterDrum Programming [Additional] – EminemProducer – Da Brigade
B2 Just The Two Of Us
Producer – DJ Head
B3 Just Don't Give A F*ck (A Cappella)
Producer – Denaun Porter

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Lifted from the Web Entertainment release entitled Slim Shady EP
© ℗ 1998 Web Ent.

Copies of the CD, cassette and this 12" were initially made available for sale to the public at the release party held on December 10, 1997 at the Piper Room in Detroit, Michigan. The EP was subsequently released in stores on December 16, 1997.

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  • Barcode (Text): 6 04667 07181 8
  • Matrix / Runout (Compact text): 604667071818
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): WEB-718-A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): WEB-718-B

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oldscoolnew

oldscoolnew

October 20, 2014
Just got a real copy in the mail from a seller here out of Japan! Has all the identifiers for a real copy sweet! Has a price tag from Harlem music hut for 4.99. That woulda been a sweet price!
arem1460

arem1460

December 18, 2013
edited over 6 years ago
On the bootleg release of this record the labels had the same design on both sides with the black/white parts inverted. On the original release the A-side is as pictured here, the B-side is mostly black with white type and a sort of splash graphic in the background. There is a barcode on the A-side that wasn't on the flip as well. I was one of the people that got one from Sandbox...
evil-ed

evil-ed

August 30, 2011
edited over 8 years ago

I'm pretty certain there's a bootleg of this that looks near enough identical to the original, I remember seeing it listed a few years ago, not the European one with the different label, but an attempted replica. I have no iddea how you would tell it apart from the original, if anyone knows about it please comment! I'm sure the copies being sold on here aren't the original as it was pretty hard to get even in '98 let alone now (I think Sandbox had some, but they went quickly, even Mr Bongo's in London didn't get it and they got most independent Hip Hop vinyl).