The album sold a further 41,593 copies last week, lifting its 34-day tally to 351,028, enough for it to rank ninth in the year-to-date chart. We suggested last week that Eminem had spent 15 weeks at the top of the album chart in the 21st century, a total inferior only to Robbie Williams (23 weeks) and Dido (17).
In fact, with The Marshall Mathers LP, Encore and Relapse all spending two weeks at number one, The Eminem Show and Curtain ...
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