Eminem is finally spilling some details about his highly-anticipated album, 'Relapse.' In a recent interview, the rapper said that he is back in the studio with Dr. Dre "just like the good old days." The famed producer will be supplying Em with most of the tracks on the album.

"I don't have chemistry like that with anyone else as far as producers go. Not even close, we are up to our old mischievous ways ... let's just leave it at that." He said. The rapper went on to kill rumors that he is working with producer Swizz Beats on his album for a second version of his 2000 hit 'Stan.' Swizz earlier told MTV News that he and Em were in fact working on a 'Stan 2.'

"I haven't worked with Swizz on this album," he said. "There isn't a 'Stan 2,' and there won't be. Stan drove his car off a bridge and I'm not writing a song as Stan's ghost. That would just be really corny."

Em also talked about the leaked unfinished song 'Crack a Bottle' which he was not too happy about. "It wasn't close to finished, and it even has me doing guide vocals for Dre as a suggestion of how he could lay his verses down," he said. "It's like someone catches you peeping in your window before you got the Spider Man costume all zipped up! Nobody is supposed to see that. We are [going to] finish it up though and get it out there how it's supposed to be."

'Relapse' is scheduled to hit stores in Spring 2009.