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Web Entertainment is a Detroit-based record label run by the Bass Brothers. It is best known for producing both of Eminem's independent albums, Infinite and the Slim Shady EP demo, before he signed to hip hop producer Dr. Dre's Aftermath Entertainment and also released The Slim Shady LP under Web.
Web Entertainment has been credited on Eminem's first few major-label albums, as the Bass Brothers have continued to produce and co-produce most of his tracks for several years, even after being signed to Interscope.
Detroit-based horrorcore artist King Gordy released his debut album titled The Entity, via Web Entertainment in 2003. Same year, power-pop band The Romantics released their 61/49. The label also dropped seventh studio album by King Gordy titled Xerxes The God-King. In 2010 Web Entertainment released an EP by Detroit deaf rapper Sean Forbes called "I'm Deaf" in 2010 with a music video also called "I'm Deaf" which has received national praise from Mitch Albom in Parade Magazine.
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|The Slim Shady LP||
|The Marshall Mathers LP||
|The Eminem Show||
|King Gordy||The Entity||
|Sean Forbes||Perfect Imperfection||
|Eminem||The Marshall Mathers LP 2||
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