The rapper's album Recovery climbed a place to claim his third week in pole position, after Minogue's Aphrodite slipped to number two.
The week's highest new entry came from Eliza Doolittle's self-titled album, while Bombay Bicycle Club also debuted in the top 10 at number eight with Flaws.
Elsewhere, both Lady GaGa and Mumford & Sons climbed up the chart, with GaGa's The Fame Monster landing at number five from seventh place last week. The indie-folk band's debut Sigh No More also travelled three places to six.
Plan B's The Defamation Of Strickland Banks dropped one place to number four, while The Element Of Freedom by Alicia Keys also decended to seven from five, and Scissor Sisters's third album Night Work from fourth place to nine, after three weeks on the chart.
Finally, Oasis's singles compilation Time Flies...1994-2009 ended up at number ten, from eight last week.
The top ten albums in full:
1. (2) Eminem: ‘Recovery’
2. (1) Kylie Minogue: ‘Aphrodite’
3. (-) Eliza Doolittle: 'Eliza Doolittle'
4. (3) Plan B: ‘The Defamation Of Strickland Banks’
5. (7) Lady GaGa: ‘The Fame Monster’
6. (9) Mumford & Sons: ‘Sigh No More’
7. (5) Alicia Keys: ‘The Element Of Freedom’
8. (-) Bombay Bicycle Club: 'Flaws'
9. (4) Scissor Sisters: ‘Night Work’
10. (8) Oasis: ‘Time Flies... 1994-2009’
Source: Official Charts Company
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