Eminem Celebrates 15th Anniversary of 'The Eminem Show' with Limited Edition Bundles

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Eminem performs at the 2002 MTV Video Music Awards at Radio City Music Hall in New York City on Aug. 29, 2002.

Fifteen years have passed since Eminem released his classic fourth studio album, The Eminem Show. Tonight, Slim Shady is celebrating the milestone by selling a string of bundles and must-have merch. 

The Detroit rapper has reissued a cassette of the LP, and fans can purchase t-shirts and autographed 24" x 18" posters that carry handwritten annotations of its liner notes.

The cheapest bundle will get you a cassette and poster for $30, and if you’re weighed down with cash you can go big with a cassette, t-shirt and autographed poster bundle for a cool $250. Visit the Eminem store here. But get in quick: The offers are available only until Saturday (June 3). 

Marshall Mathers hyped his followers on Tuesday with an Instagram post in which he explained the inspiration behind the award-winning album. “The concept for The Eminem Show was inspired by The Truman Show because my life felt like it was becoming a circus at that time and I felt like I was always being watched,” he said in a handwritten note. “Basically Jim Carey wrote my album.” 

The Eminem Show reached No. 1 on the Billboard 200, won a Grammy Award for best rap album and is now diamond certified, for sales of 10 million units in the U.S.

 

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