Bob Marley had it. And now, redemption belongs to Eminem. After leaving fans and critics bewildered with Relapse, he got back to rap and exercised his demons with Recovery. From the opening whistle, Em knocks it out the park. Haunting pianos shield “Cold Wind Blows,” while apocalyptic drums create the backdrop for “Won’t Back Down”. On a lyrical front, Em’s pen is still on point. His signature wit and rapid flows ignite “On Fire”, lure “Seduction” and push Lil Wayne (“No Love”) . But truly, Recovery’s secret weapon is its universal appeal. Led by “Not Afraid”, Em tapped into a space that he hadn’t been heard in since 2002’s “Lose Yourself”. Later he satisfied his forgetten female core with “Love The Way You Lie.” Too bad haters can’t handle the truth.