Every one of Eminem's solo albums showed up on the Billboard 200 this week.
Eminem sold an insane number of copies of The Marshall Mathers LP 2 this week, but it turns out it wasn't the only one of his albums flying off the shelves. The hype around Em's new record was apparently strong enough that ALL SEVEN of his previous solo albums showed up on the Billboard 200.
The highest charting of his albums after MMLPII was it's predecessor, The Marshall Mathers LP, moving 10,000 units and landing at #30 on the charts. The remainder raked in 3-7k each.
Check out the full breakdown below.
#1 The Marshall Mathers LP 2 – 793,000
#30 The Marshall Mathers LP – 10,000
#58 The Eminem Show – 7,000
#64 Recovery – 7,000
#94 Curtain Call – 5,000
#115 The Slim Shady LP – 4,000
#158 Encore – 3,000
#159 Relapse – 3,000