Music video by Eminem performing "Space Bound". Frame height and width are respectively X and.
The chorus is sung by McEwan, who also provided guitars. It was mixed by Eminem, Mike Strange and Marks. In July , producer Jim Jonsin spoke about the making of the song and how its production came to be. He submitted a beat to Eminem for release on Recovery , not knowing if it was planned for official release as a single.
The song was complete with verses, B section, and a chorus by McEwan. Most of the original version was recorded in New York on guitar, with a guitar vocal on an iPhone. The concept was taken to Miami about three months later and was produced. The chorus was used as a guide for writing the rapped verses.
I didn't really believe that it would end up on Eminem's album, let alone be a single. The chorus was based on a chase, a guy who's chasing after a woman that he's crazy about, he loves her; she's everything to him. I'm a rocket ship aiming at her heart, her heart's the moon—I'm going full-on. Jonsin's manager suggested it get sent to Eminem, but was concerned that Eminem would not do anything with it. Jonsin also confirmed in the interview that he would be working on Eminem's next solo album. In a review for Slant Magazine , M.
Richards described "Space Bound" as "ugly" and "wafer-thin", going on to criticise the song's macabre content: Photos of the video shooting were released and two low quality snippets of the then-unfinished video leaked. A large portion of the music video was shot at a roadside diner. You'll ruin it for yourself if you don't," confirming an uncensored version. Her ultimate moment doesn't come until the end, so I had plenty of time to build the fear! This is a climactic scene in the music video which would spark controversy.
The video starts as Eminem walks down a road at night. He is picked up by his lover Grey. Two versions of him are shown: Grey lights a cigarette to smoke. Eminem has two personages again as he enters the diner. The original Eminem sits with Grey at a table, while the other is on a bar stool.
Grey takes out her cell phone and sends a text message to someone, and leaves to go to the restroom. Meanwhile, Eminem curiously takes out Grey's phone to see what she did, and is confused. Meanwhile, the alternate Eminem raps. The couple go to a motel room and receive a knock on the door, which Eminem opens but does not see anyone. He has a flashback of the cell phone, which shows 'Unknown caller', and a gun in Grey's car along with the lighter and cigarette.
He then tries to strangle his girlfriend, who suddenly disappears, leaving Eminem alone. He picks up Grey's pistol and shoots himself under the chin, as blood spurts from the back of his head. This also affects the alternate Eminem, who is still in the roadside diner.
The video then rewinds, from when Eminem shoots himself, to when the couple go to the diner. The beginning scene repeats itself and Eminem is picked up probably implying that Eminem is in an endless loop They drive off to end the video. Concept I don't know if it necessarily has a thorough message, but I think it shows that even the strongest of love meets destruction at some point.
Whether or not you come out of it together and whole is an entirely different question. Grey explained her interpretation of the video to MTV, saying that Eminem was trying to depict the reality of relationships, that even the strongest of relationships can fall apart.
Grey believed that the alternate Eminem who appears in the car is his subconscious. He suggested that viewers watch it multiple times to figure out the concept and draw their own conclusion. Jonsin spoke about Eminem's two egos seen in the video as well: It reminded me of Alanis Morissette 's 'Ironic' video , where she's got her and her two other egos in the car I think it was him living in the now as a person going through it and him living as a person who is witnessing it and can make other choices to not be in that scenario.
Maybe he would've chose differently, so now he's watching himself. When my kids watch it, I like to explain to them in that manner: He isn't really killing himself. Eminem isn't thinking about the families affected. News reacted to the graphic suicide, saying it "sounds like an Eminem video, all right. The video was noted as "another dark fantasy and uncomfortable offering from the rapper.
It's when they check into a motel room that the drama unfolds. Credits and personnel Recorded at: Personnel Steve McEwan — songwriter, guitars, additional chorus vocals Jim Jonsin — songwriter, producer, programming , keyboards Mike Strange — recording, audio mixer Joe Strange — recording.
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The chorus is sung by McEwan, who also provided guitars.
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