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    The Eminem Show P<9>
    Curtain Call: The Hits P<5>
    Recovery P<4>

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    • Originally posted by Haribo
      Australia


      The Eminem Show P<9>
      Curtain Call: The Hits P<5>
      Recovery P<4>
      Amazing!

      Especially for Recovery .

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      • 3/29 Billboard charts:

        music.yahoo.com/blogs/music-news/chart-watch-frozen-place-1-193233473.html

        Eminem's "The Marshall Mathers LP 2" dips from #19 to #20 in its 19th week. The album tops the 2 million mark in U.S. sales this week. It's Eminem's eighth consecutive album to top the 2 million mark.

        That's his entire output, which consists of seven studio albums and his 2004 hits compilation, "Curtain Call: Greatest Hits." Eminem's best-selling album is his 2000 blockbuster, "The Marshall Mathers LP" (10,834,000). His poorest-selling album (excluding the current release, which is far from over) is 2009's "Relapse" (2,363,000).

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        • So, with the new numbers he should have passed Geroge Strait in the US all-time Soundscan era artists list.
          Just under 50M copies scanned i guess. He would be the 6th best seller of the SS era.

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          • ^Yes:

            http://www.billboard.com/biz/articles/n ... milestones

            Eminem Marks Sales, Hot 100 Milestones

            By Gary Trust & Keith Caulfield | March 21, 2014

            It's a monster week for rap god Eminem, who scores two significant sales feats and marks a milestone on the Billboard Hot 100.

            SALES SURGE

            Eminem's latest album reaches a notable threshold, while his cumulative sales grow ever larger.

            "The Marshall Mathers LP 2" sold another 13,000 copies in the week ending March 16, according to Nielsen SoundScan, upping its cumulative total past 2 million (2.004 million, to be exact). All of Eminem's albums have now each sold more than 2 million, led by the first "The Marshall Mathers LP" (released in 2000), at 10.8 million. (He's also one of only two acts with two 10-million sellers since SoundScan began tracking sales in 1991. The other: Backstreet Boys. 2002's "The Eminem Show" is Eminem's other title to pass 10 million, having sold 10.3 million.)

            Thanks to the continued sales of "The Marshall Mathers LP 2," and Eminem's catalog of albums, in general, his cumulative album sales have grown to 44.91 million. He's now overtaken country king George Strait (44.89 million) to become the second-best-selling male artist of the SoundScan era. (Notably, of course, Strait's career predates the inception of SoundScan data.)

            Among all artists in that nearly 23-year span, Eminem is in sixth place, displacing Strait to No. 7 on the best-selling album artists list. Garth Brooks boasts the most albums sold, with 69.52 million. The Beatles ranks second (65.55 million) and Metallica places third (54.26 million). Mariah Carey (54.24 million) and Celine Dion (52.21 million) round out the top five.

            On the Billboard 200 albums chart, Eminem's last seven sets have hit No. 1. He missed the summit only with his debut, 1999's "The Slim Shady LP," which debuted and peaked at No. 2.

            NIFTY FIFTY

            As his album sales continue to soar, Eminem likewise pads his impressive history on the Hot 100 songs chart.

            Eminem logs his landmark 50th Hot 100 hit, as "Headlights," featuring fun.'s Nate Ruess, debuts at No. 86. With the bow, Eminem becomes the seventh rapper to tally at least 50 Hot 100 chart entries. Lil Wayne leads all rappers (and all soloists) with 121 entries, followed by Jay Z (82), Drake (69), Kanye West (61), Ludacris (54) and T.I. (53).

            "Headlights" is the sixth song from "The Marshall Mathers LP 2" to hit the Hot 100. "Berzerk" peaked at its No. 3 start in September and was followed by "Survival" (No. 16); "Rap God" (No. 7); "The Monster," featuring Rihanna (four weeks at No. 1); and "Beautiful Pain," featuring Sia (No. 99). ("Headlights" is the third single promoted to pop radio. It rises 40-33 on the Mainstrean Top 40 airplay chart, where "Berzerk" peaked at No. 18 and "The Monster" reigned for five weeks.)

            Of Eminem's 50 Hot 100 entries, 17 have reached the top 10, with five rising all the way to No. 1: "Lose Yourself" (12 weeks on top, 2002-03); "Crack a Bottle," with Dr. Dre and 50 Cent (one, 2009); "Not Afraid" (one, 2010); and "Love the Way You Lie" (seven weeks, 2010) and "The Monster," both featuring Rihanna.

            With five No. 1s each, Eminem, Diddy and Ludacris share the record for the most Hot 100 leaders among rappers.

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            • 4/5 Billboard charts

              http://music.yahoo.com/blogs/music-news ... 02879.html

              Chart Watch: Two Movie Songs In Top 5
              By Paul Grein, Yahoo Music

              As promised, here's the news about "Lose Yourself." The hip-hop anthem tops the 6 million mark in digital sales this week. The song was released in October 2002, six months before the opening of the iTunes store. So the fact that it has achieved this tremendous sales tally is remarkable. Only one other song that was released prior to 2007 has sold 6 million digital copies. That's Journey's 1981 hit "Don't Stop Believin'," which has sold 6,041,000 copies.

              On March 23, 2003, "Lose Yourself" became the first hip-hop song to win an Academy Award for Original Song. Eminem didn't appear on the telecast, either to perform or pick up his Oscar. (He had performed the song on the Grammys exactly one month earlier—an appearance that probably clinched his Oscar win.)

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              • Originally posted by thebigham
                4/5 Billboard charts

                http://music.yahoo.com/blogs/music-news ... 02879.html

                Chart Watch: Two Movie Songs In Top 5
                By Paul Grein, Yahoo Music

                As promised, here's the news about "Lose Yourself." The hip-hop anthem tops the 6 million mark in digital sales this week. The song was released in October 2002, six months before the opening of the iTunes store. So the fact that it has achieved this tremendous sales tally is remarkable. Only one other song that was released prior to 2007 has sold 6 million digital copies. That's Journey's 1981 hit "Don't Stop Believin'," which has sold 6,041,000 copies.

                On March 23, 2003, "Lose Yourself" became the first hip-hop song to win an Academy Award for Original Song. Eminem didn't appear on the telecast, either to perform or pick up his Oscar. (He had performed the song on the Grammys exactly one month earlier—an appearance that probably clinched his Oscar win.)
                It shall surpass LTWYL in years to come & shall forever remain as the biggest hit Eminem has ever made.

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                • 4/5 Billboard 200

                  116 96 157 The Eminem Show - Eminem - Web/Aftermath/Interscope | UMe 10xp

                  4/5 Billboard Catalog Albums

                  43 34 224 The Marshall Mathers LP - Eminem - Web/Aftermath/Interscope | UMe - 10xp

                  47 44 191 Curtain Call: The Hits - Eminem - Shady/Aftermath/Interscope | IGA - 2xp

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                  • 4/5 Billboard charts:

                    oldbloke's new SoundScan estimates:

                    CURTAIN CALL: THE HITS - Eminem 3,839,000
                    RECOVERY - Eminem 4,573,000
                    THE EMINEM SHOW - Eminem 10,347,000
                    THE MARSHALL MATHERS LP - Eminem 10,836,000

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                    • 4/12 Billboard 200

                      125 116 96 158 The Eminem Show, Eminem 10xp

                      4/12 Billboard Catalog

                      36 43 225 The Marshall Mathers LP - Eminem 10xp

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                      • Originally posted by thebigham
                        4/12 Billboard 200

                        125 116 96 158 The Eminem Show, Eminem 10xp

                        4/12 Billboard Catalog

                        36 43 225 The Marshall Mathers LP - Eminem 10xp
                        Exact totals:

                        The Eminem Show: 10,350,116
                        The Marshall Mathers LP: 10,838,810
                        Recovery: 4,575,734
                        Curtain Call: The Hits: 3,841,158

                        Thanks to skycycle.

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                        • US album sales:

                          -- Eminem, "The Marshall Mathers LP 2" - No. 20 - Eminem's total album sales creep past the 45 million mark, as he moves another 24,000 of his collected catalog (including 11,000 of this album). He's the sixth-best selling album artist of the 23-year SoundScan era.
                          http://www.billboard.com/biz/articles/n ... week-linda

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                          • Originally posted by lostprophet
                            US album sales:

                            -- Eminem, "The Marshall Mathers LP 2" - No. 20 - Eminem's total album sales creep past the 45 million mark, as he moves another 24,000 of his collected catalog (including 11,000 of this album). He's the sixth-best selling album artist of the 23-year SoundScan era.
                            http://www.billboard.com/biz/articles/n ... week-linda

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                            • 4/19 Billboard 200

                              93 125 116 159 The Eminem Show, Eminem 10xp

                              169 Re-Entry 155 The Marshall Mathers LP, Eminem 10xp

                              4/26 Billboard 200

                              93 93 125 160 The Eminem Show, Eminem 10xp

                              171 169 – 156 The Marshall Mathers LP, Eminem 10xp

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                              • 5/3 Billboard 200

                                103 93 161 The Eminem Show - Eminem 10xp

                                5/3 Billboard Catalog Albums

                                46 45 30 228 The Marshall Mathers LP, Eminem 10xp

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                                • 20/04/2014Canada
                                  MMLP 939,357
                                  TES 907,277
                                  Encore 591, 995
                                  Recovery 567,331
                                  Curtain Call: the Hits 490,364
                                  Relapse 270, 471
                                  SSLP 397, 288

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                                  • 5/10 Billboard 200

                                    112 103 93 162 The Eminem Show, Eminem 10xp

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                                    • 5/17 Billboard 200

                                      114 112 103 163 The Eminem Show, Eminem 10xp

                                      SoundScan estimate by oldbloke: 10,368,000

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                                      • 31/05/2014
                                        BB200
                                        149 145 165 The Eminem Show
                                        181 Re-Entry 214 Curtain Call: the Hits

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                                        • 18/05/2014
                                          Canada
                                          Albums:
                                          MMLP 940,575
                                          TES 908,620
                                          Encore 592,528
                                          Recovery 568,346
                                          SSLP 398,232
                                          MMLP2 293,475
                                          Relapse 271,142

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                                          • 6/7 Billboard 200

                                            145 149 145 166 The Eminem Show, Eminem 10xp

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                                            • 6/14 Billboard 200

                                              139 145 149 167 The Eminem Show, Eminem 10xp

                                              158 Re-Entry 157 The Marshall Mathers LP, Eminem 10xp

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                                              • 6/14 Billboard 200

                                                https://music.yahoo.com/blogs/chart-wat ... 25382.html

                                                50 Cent is the sixth best-selling rap or hip-hop solo artist of the Nielsen SoundScan era. He has sold 16,704,000 albums.

                                                The top five are:

                                                1. Eminem (45,160,000)
                                                2. 2Pac (29,235,000)
                                                3. Jay Z (29,179,000)
                                                4. Nelly (21,815,000)
                                                5. DMX (17,124,000)
                                                6. 50 Cent (16,704,000)

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                                                • Eminem's "Lose Yourself" (from 8 Mile, the 2002 winner) is up to 6,113,000.

                                                  https://music.yahoo.com/blogs/chart-wat ... 15906.html

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                                                  • Originally posted by alicia11
                                                    Eminem's "Lose Yourself" (from 8 Mile, the 2002 winner) is up to 6,113,000.

                                                    https://music.yahoo.com/blogs/chart-wat ... 15906.html
                                                    The song is SO HUGE. Damn! Just wow. One of his best songs and a classic.

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