Eminem sells bricks from his childhood home with reissue of The Marshall Mathers LP

Eminem sells bricks from his childhood home with reissue of The Marshall Mathers LP

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A brick, a cassette tape, and a t-shirt for $350.

Eminem is currently selling the actual bricks from the childhood home depicted on iconic the cover of his third studio album The Marshall Mathers LP. They have been released as part of the cassette reissue for the album, which follows the cassette reissue of The Slim Shady LP.

The bricks come in a special case along with a plaque and are in a limited edition of 700. They were salvaged from the house which was torn in 2013 (it appeared that same year on the cover of The Marshall Mathers LP 2).

Also available are dog tags made from wood salvaged from the home. A portion of the proceeds will go to the Marshall Mathers Foundation, which provides funds for organizations working with at-risk youth.

Head to Eminem’s website to order one.

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