Eminem regains top Billboard spot

Black Label Society logs career-best release

Eminem's "Recovery" is going quite well, thank you.

After two weeks at No. 2, the Detroit rapper's album is back atop the Billboard 200 for a sixth week. The set moved 133,000 units, beating last week's No. 1, Arcade Fire's "The Suburbs," by 81,000. That means "Recovery" has sold more than 100,000 in each of its first eight weeks; the last nonholiday record to do that was "Now 20," which had nine straight in late 2005.

Four albums bowed in the top 10 this week: the soundtrack to Disney Channel's "Camp Rock 2: The Final Jam" (No. 3, 41,000 units); Zakk Wylde-led metal band Black Label Society's "Order of the Black" (a career-best No. 4, 33,000); country singer Blake Shelton's EP "All About Tonight" (No. 6, 33,000); and singer-songwriter Mike Posner's "31 Minutes to Takeoff" (No. 10, 27,000).