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The Eminem Show

The Eminem Show, despite the name, is not a television show. It is Eminem's third album after signing to a major label, Interscope. It was released in June 2002.

Interscope decided to release the album early on May 28 when pirated copies of the tracks began to pop up on popular peer-to-peer file sharing networks.

This album features Eminem's usual use of satire, crude humor, and controversy, however unlike The Marshall Mathers LP in 2000, The Eminem Show's release came off without protest.

The Eminem Show was the best-selling album of 2002, with over 8 million copies by year end.


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