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Movies 02/10/2002

Eminem Steps Into 'Rabbit' Role On 8 Mile Soundtrack

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NEW YORK (Eminem Fans Website) - In addition to Eminem's latest radio success, "Lose Yourself," the soundtrack to his debut film, 8 Mile, will feature tracks from Jay-Z, Xzibit, Macy Gray, D-12, 50 Cent, and others.

The 16-track soundtrack is due Oct. 29 on Shady Records/Interscope Records, while the movie - starring himself, Brittany Murphy, Kim Basinger, Mekhi Phifer, and Taryn Manning (whose band, Boomkat, is on the soundtrack) - hits theatres nationwide on Nov. 8.

The album features three new songs from Eminem - the aforementioned first single "Lose Yourself," "8 Mile," and "Run Rabbit Run" - and three tracks with 50 Cent, who recently co-signed to Em's Shady Records and Dr. Dre's Aftermath Entertainment. Another Shady signing, Obie Trice, also makes the cut with two tracks. (Obie appears on D-12's Devils Night and The Eminem Show on "Drips.")

"The 8 Mile soundtrack was different because it forced me to step into Rabbit, the character I play in the film, and write from his point of view," said Eminem in a statement. "It was a challenge. Also, the project afforded me the opportunity to not only make an album with a wish list of some of my favorite artists, but to showcase what we have coming on Shady Records."

Music from and Inspired by the Motion Picture 8 Mile track listing:

1. Eminem, "Lose Yourself"
2. Eminem, "8 Mile"
3. Eminem, "Run Rabbit Run"
4. Obie Trice, Eminem, and 50 Cent, "Love Me"
5. 50 Cent, "Places to Go"
6. 50 Cent, "Wanksta"
7. D-12, "Rap Game"
8. Nas, "You Wanna Be Me"
9. Jay-Z, "8 Miles and Running"
10. Young Zee, "That's My Nigga fo Real"
11. Gang Starr, "Battle"
12. Xzibit, "Spitshine"
13. Macy Gray, "Time of Your Life"
14. Boomkat, "Wasting My Time"
15. Rakim, "R.A.K.I.M."
16. Obie Trice, "Adrenaline Rush"






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