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  • Recovery was the best-selling album worldwide in 2010, joining 2002's best-seller The Eminem Show to give Eminem two worldwide year-end number-one albums.Eminem-Wikipedia
  • The group recorded a song for Eminem's album Recovery titled "Hit Me with Your Best Shot", but it was not featured on the official album.D12-Wikipedia
  • Although his followers thought he was not releasing an album, he had changed its title to Recovery and confirmed this by tweeting "RECOVERY" with a link to his website.Eminem-Wikipedia
  • In June 2010 Eminem's Recovery entered the Billboard 200 at number one, his sixth album to do so.Interscope Records-Wikipedia
  • On May 27, 2010, Eminem revealed the title of "Love the Way You Lie" as part of the track list of his seventh studio album Recovery, which came out on June 21.Love the Way You Lie-Wikipedia
  • He returned to the music industry four years later with the release of Relapse (2009), and Recovery was released the following year.Eminem-Wikipedia

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