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Wu-Tang Clan

Emerging in 1993, when Dr. Dre's G-funk had overtaken the hip-hop world, the Staten Island, New York-based Wu-Tang Clan proved to be the most revolutionary rap group of the mid-'90s -- and only partially because of their music. Turning the standard concept of a hip-hop crew inside out, the Wu-Tang Clan were assembled as a loose congregation of nine MCs, almost as a support group. Instead of releasing one album after another, the Clan were designed to overtake the record industry in as profitable a fashion as possible -- the idea was to establish the Wu-Tang as a force with their debut album and then spin off into as many side projects as possible. In the process, the members would all become individual stars as well as receive individual royalty checks.

Surprisingly, the plan worked. All of the various Wu-Tang solo projects elaborated on the theme the group laid out on its 1993 debut, the spare, menacing Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers). The collective's name was taken from a powerful, mythical kung fu sword wielded by an invincible congregation of warriors, and all nine members have worked under a number of pseudonyms, but they are best known as RZA (formerly Prince Rakeem; aka RZArecta, Chief Abbot, and Bobby Steels; born Robert Diggs), GZA (aka the Genius, Justice, and Maxi Million; born Gary Grice), Ol' Dirty B**tard (aka Unique Ason, Joe Bannanas, Dirt McGirt, Dirt Dog, and Osirus; born Russell Jones), Method Man (aka Johnny Blaze, Ticallion Stallion, Shakwon, Methical, and MZA; born Clifford Smith), Raekwon the Chef (aka Shallah Raekwon and Lou Diamonds; born Corey Woods), Ghostface Killah (aka Tony Starks and Sun God; born Dennis Coles), U-God (aka Golden Arms, Lucky Hands, Baby U, and 4-Bar Killer; born Lamont Hawkins), Inspectah Deck (aka Rebel INS and Rollie Fingers; born Jason Hunter), and Masta Killa (aka Noodles; born Elgin Turner).

Although RZA wasn't one of the two founding members -- GZA and Ol' Dirty B**tard were the first -- the vision of the Wu-Tang Clan undoubtedly arises from his musical skills. Under his direction, the group -- through its own efforts and the solo projects, all of which he produced or co-produced -- created a hazy, surreal, and menacing soundscape out of hardcore beats, eerie piano riffs, and minimal samples. Over these surrealistic backing tracks, the MCs rapped hard, updating the old-school attack with vicious violence, martial arts imagery, and a welcome warped humor. By 1995, the sound was one of the most instantly recognizable in hip-hop.

It wasn't always that way. Like most rappers, they began their careers trying to get ahead whatever way they could. For RZA, that meant releasing a silly single, "Ooh, I Love You Rakeem," on Tommy Boy Records in 1991. On the advice of his label and producers, he cut the humorous lover-man single, which went absolutely nowhere. Neither did the follow-up single, "My Deadly Venom." The experience strengthened his resolve to subvert and attack record industry conventions. He found partners in GZA and Ol' Dirty B**tard. GZA had also released a record in 1991, the full-length Words from the Genius on Cold Chillin', which was preceded by the single "Come Do Me." Both records were unsuccessful. After the failure of his album, GZA teamed with an old friend, Ol' Dirty B**tard, to form the crew that would evolve into the Wu-Tang Clan within a year.

RZA quickly became part of the crew, as did several other local MCs, including Method Man, Ghostface Killah, Raekwon, U-God, Inspectah Deck, and Masta Killa. The nine rappers made a pact to a form an artistic and financial community -- the Wu-Tang Clan wouldn't merely be a group, it would be its own industry. In order to do this, they decided to establish themselves through a group effort and then begin to spread the word through solo projects, picking up additional collaborators along the way and, in the process, becoming stronger and more influential.

The first Wu-Tang Clan single, the hard-hitting "Protect Ya Neck," appeared on their own independent label and became an underground hit. Soon, record labels were offering them lucrative contracts. The group held out until it landed a deal that would allow each member to record solo albums for whatever label he chose -- in essence, each rapper was a free agent. Loud/RCA agreed to the deal, and the band's debut album, Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers), appeared in November 1993. Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers) was both critically acclaimed and commercially successful; although its financial success wasn't immediate, it was the result of a slow build. "C.R.E.A.M.," released in early 1994, was the single that put them over the top and won them a devoted following. The group wasted no time in pursuing other projects, as a total of five of the members -- GZA, RZA, Raekwon, Method Man, and Ol' Dirty B**tard -- landed solo contracts as a result of the success of "C.R.E.A.M." RZA was the first to reenter the studio, this time as a member of the Gravediggaz, a group he founded; in addition to RZA, who was rechristened RZArecta, the group included De La Soul producer Prince Paul, Stetsasonic's Frukwan, and Brothers Grimm's Poetic. The Gravediggaz's album 6 Feet Deep appeared in August 1994; it eventually would go gold. Labeled "horrorcore" by the group, it was an ultra-violent but comical tour de force that demonstrated RZA's production prowess. Shortly after its release, Raekwon released his first single, "Heaven and Hell," on the Fresh soundtrack; the song was produced by RZA and featured Ghostface Killah.

The first Wu-Tang member to become a major solo star was Method Man. In November 1994, he released Tical, the first official Wu-Tang solo album. Again, RZA produced the album, creating a dense, dirty sonic collage. Tical became a big hit in early 1995, as did Meth's duet with Mary J. Blige, "I'll Be There for You/You're All I Need to Get By." Ol' Dirty B**tard followed Method Man's breakthrough success with Return to the 36 Chambers, which appeared in March 1995 on Elektra Records. Thanks to the hits "Brooklyn Zoo" and "Shimmy Shimmy Ya," the record became a gold success. Out of all the solo albums, it was the one that sounded the most like Enter the Wu-Tang, although it did have a more pronounced comic bent, due to Ol' Dirty's maniacal vocals. Tales from the Hood, a movie soundtrack featuring Inspectah Deck's first solo track, appeared in May.

Later in 1995, the two most critically acclaimed Wu-Tang records appeared: Raekwon's Only Built 4 Cuban Linx and GZA's Liquid Swords. Raekwon released his album on Loud/RCA in August 1995; the record featured extensive contributions -- a total of 12 songs -- from Ghostface Killah, his greatest exposure yet. GZA's solo album was released by Geffen Records in November 1995. In February 1996, Ghostface Killah's first solo track, "Winter Warz," appeared on the Don't Be a Menace to South Central While You're Drinking Your Juice in the Hood soundtrack. Later that October, he released his own solo debut, the critically acclaimed, '70s soul-flavored Ironman; the record was the first released on RZA's new Epic subsidiary, Razor Sharp Records.

The Wu-Tang Clan finally reconvened and returned with their second album, the double CD Wu-Tang Forever, in June of 1997. Hugely anticipated, the album entered the charts at number one -- selling over 600,000 copies in its first week alone -- and quickly spawned the hit single "Triumph." There were several contributions from guest associate Cappadonna (born Darryl Hill), who'd appeared on Only Built 4 Cuban Linx and Ironman, and would later become the tenth member of the Wu-Tang Clan. The group toured extensively in support of the album, getting into a few minor scuffles with the law along the way.

In the meantime, the next phase of the Wu-Tang plan started to take shape: unearthing new associates and spinning the resulting stable of talent into a brand-name franchise. A group of Wu protégés dubbed Killarmy released their debut album, Silent Weapons for Quiet Wars, on Priority Records in August 1997, drawing heavily upon the Clan's martial imagery. However, the real year for Wu-related side projects proved to be 1998. In March, Cappadonna released his solo debut, The Pillage, on Columbia. The same month, Killah Priest -- not an official part of the Clan, but a frequent guest and a member of another protégé group, the Sunz of Man -- made his solo debut on Geffen Records with Heavy Mental, an acclaimed album filled with spiritual imagery that established him as one of the more distinctive solo artists in the Wu-Tang orbit. In July the Sunz of Man released their own debut album, The Last Shall Be First, on Red Ant, and yet another group of up-and-comers dubbed the Wu-Tang Killa Bees released their first album, The Swarm, Vol. 1, on Priority, featuring a number of guest appearances by Wu members and associates. In August, Killarmy issued their second album, Dirty Weaponry.

Also in 1998, Ol' Dirty B**tard began a long and bizarre saga of erratic behavior and run-ins with police that found him making headlines with alarming (and ridiculous) regularity. In February he interrupted Shawn Colvin's acceptance speech at the Grammy Awards to protest the Clan's loss in the Best Rap Album category; shortly thereafter, he announced he was changing his name to Big Baby Jesus, an idea that never picked up steam. This was only the beginning -- over the next year and a half, ODB would be arrested for a litany of offenses that included assault, shoplifting, making terrorist threats, wearing body armor after being convicted of a felony, possessing cocaine, and missing countless court dates. Plus, in early 1999, the whole Clan fell under suspicion of masterminding a gun-running operation between Staten Island and Steubenville, Ohio -- charges that were never proven to have any validity.

In the midst of this legal sideshow, the Clan kicked off a second round of solo projects in late 1998. This time around, RZA curtailed his activities somewhat, making appearances but often leaving the majority of the production duties to his protégés. Still, he released his own solo debut, the soundtrack-styled RZA as Bobby Digital in Stereo, in November 1998 on V2; the same month, Method Man's second album, Tical 2000: Judgement Day, debuted at number two on the charts. June 1999 saw the release of an excellent singles compilation, RZA Hits, which covered the first Wu-Tang album and the first round of solo albums (1994-1995); the very next week, GZA's second album, Beneath the Surface, was released. September brought plenty of new Wu product: Ol' Dirty B**tard's N**ga Please, released while the rapper was in rehab; Method Man's acclaimed duo album with Redman, Blackout!; and the first-ever solo album by Inspectah Deck, Uncontrolled Substance, which appeared on Relativity. Another Wu member made his solo debut in October, when U-God issued Golden Arms Redemption on Priority; Raekwon returned the following month with Immobilarity. Finally, Ghostface Killah issued his well-received sophomore set, Supreme Clientele, in January 2000.

However, this second round of Wu-Tang solo albums didn't attract as much attention, either critically or commercially. True, Method Man remained a popular solo star (and, to a lesser degree, so did ODB), and reviews were highly positive for Ghostface Killah (and, to a lesser degree, GZA). But the Wu franchise was suffering from inconsistency, overexposure (they'd spawned a clothing line, a video game, a comic book, and more), and a flood of musical product that even diehards found difficult to keep up with. Their once-distinctive sound was becoming commonplace and diluted, not just through the collective's own releases but also RZA's many imitators; plus, by this time, Timbaland had taken over the mantle of hip-hop's most cutting-edge producer.

Indie filmmaker Jim Jarmusch commissioned RZA to compose a soundtrack for his acclaimed Ghost Dog: The Way of the Samurai, the results of which were unveiled in early 2000. Other than that, the Clan reconvened for a new album and were mostly quiet during much of 2000 -- aside from Ol' Dirty B**tard, who unfortunately continued to spiral out of control. He spent some time in a California jail for violating the terms of his probation, but appeared to be on the right track when suddenly, in October -- with just two months of rehab to go -- he escaped the California facility and spent a month on the run from the law. Fans were shocked when ODB turned up on-stage at the New York record-release party for the Clan's new album, The W, which was released with considerably less fanfare in November 2000. A leaner, more focused collection, The W featured only one track from ODB and pictured Cappadonna as a full-fledged member of the group (though he remained unnamed on their official contract with Loud).

ODB managed to exit the club after his surprise performance but was soon captured by police in Philadelphia and extradited to New York to face charges of cocaine possession. In April 2001, he cut a deal with prosecutors that resulted in a sentence of two to four years in state prison, bringing his outlaw saga to a sad end. In August 2001, RZA issued his second Bobby Digital album, Digital Bullet; November brought solo albums from Ghostface Killah (Bulletproof Wallets) and Cappadonna (The Yin and the Yang). This time, though, there was no full round of solo projects in between Wu albums; the full group (minus ODB) assembled for its fourth album, Iron Flag, which was released in December 2001, just one year after its predecessor. Despite a lot of activity for the various solo projects, Wu-Tang released only a live album, 2004's Disciples of the 36 Chambers, during the subsequent five years. That document was one of the last places to hear Ol' Dirty B**tard, who died of a heart attack in November 2004.

In early 2007, in anticipation for the Clan's upcoming album, 8 Diagrams, Nature Sounds issued the Mathematics-compiled Unreleased, a collection of new remixes and hard-to-find, previously unreleased songs from the group and some of its friends. It wasn't until the end of the year, however -- after a couple of delays and some criticism from Raekwon and Ghostface directed at RZA regarding the overall sound of the record -- that 8 Diagrams came out. Solo albums from most members would follow, but the Clan itself would remain dormant until 2011, when the Wu-related compilation Legendary Weapons landed with some new tracks from the full group. That year, it was also announced that the Clan were working on a new studio album that would be released in 2013 to celebrate their 20th anniversary. That year came and went, however, and the album failed to materialize, with production stymied by a further public beef between Raekwon and RZA over the new album's stylistic direction. Eventually they reconciled, and in 2014 the album was finally finished. Entitled A Better Tomorrow, it was released in December through Warner Bros. That year the Clan also made history with the announcement that they had recorded a secret album called Once Upon a Time in Shaolin, of which only one copy would be pressed and sold as a unique artwork, in a custom-made hand-carved nickel and silver box, to the highest bidder. In December 2015, controversial pharmaceuticals CEO Martin Shkreli purchased the album for two million dollars. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine & Steve Huey
full bio

Selected Discography

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Track List: A Better Tomorrow (Explicit)

1. Ruckus In B Minor

2. Felt

3. 40th Street Black/We Will Fight

4. Mistaken Identity

5. Hold The Heater

6. Crushed Egos

7. Keep Watch

8. Miracle

9. Preacher's Daughter

10. Pioneer The Frontier

11. Necklace

12. Ron O'Neal

13. A Better Tomorrow

14. Never Let Go

15. Wu-Tang Reunion

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Track List: A Better Tomorrow

1. Ruckus In B Minor

2. Felt

3. 40th Street Black / We Will Fight

4. Mistaken Identity

5. Hold The Heater

6. Crushed Egos

7. Keep Watch

8. Miracle

9. Preacher's Daughter

10. Pioneer The Frontier

11. Necklace

12. Ron O'Neal

13. A Better Tomorrow

14. Never Let Go

15. Wu-Tang Reunion

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Track List: Ron O'Neal (Single) (Explicit)

12. Ron O'Neal

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Track List: Ruckus In B Minor (Single) (Explicit)

1. Ruckus In B Minor

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Track List: Keep Watch (Single)

1. Keep Watch (Feat. Nathaniel) (Explicit)

2. Keep Watch (Feat. Nathaniel)

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Track List: Keep Watch (Single) (Explicit)

1. Keep Watch (Feat. Nathaniel)

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Track List: The Essential Wu-Tang Clan

Disc 1

3. C.R.E.A.M.

4. Cash Still Rules / Scary Hours (Still Don't Nothing Move But The Money)

5. Rules

6. I Can't Go To Sleep

7. Uzi (Pinky Ring)

10. The Projects (Feat. Shyeim)

11. Back In The Game

14. Can It Be All So Simple (Radio Edit)

Disc 2

1. Protect Ya Neck

2. Reunited

3. Shame On A Nuh

4. Hollow Bones

5. Triumph (Feat. Cappadonna)

6. Redbull (Feat. Redman)

7. Method Man

8. It's Yourz

9. Put Your Hammer Down

10. One Blood Under W

11. Diesel

12. Careful (Click, Click)

13. Protect Ya Neck (The Jump Off)

14. Wu-Tang: 7th Chamber - Part II

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Track List: 225 Rounds (Feat. U-God, Cappadonna, Bronze Nazareth, & RZA)

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Track List: Wu-Tang Meet The Indie Culture, Vol. 2 (Explicit)

Disc 1

3. Street Corners (Scuba Scythe Remix)

5. Knuckle Up (Matt U Remix)

6. Biochemical Equation (Datsik & Excision Remix)

8. Now Or Never (Parson Remix)

10. Coke (Dz Remix)

Disc 2

2. Handle The Heights (Stenchman Remix)

4. Wu-Tang (Dz Remix)

6. Lyrical Swords (Pawn Remix)

7. Think Differently (Hellfire Machina Remix)

9. Alphabets (Dakimh Instrumental Remix)

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Track List: Live At Montreux

1. Wu-Tang Clan Ain't Nuthing Ta F' Wit (Live)

2. Da Mystery Of Chessboxin (Live)

3. Duel Of The Iron Mic (Live)

4. Fish (Live)

5. Grid Iron Rap (Live)

6. Bring Da Pain (Live)

7. It's Yourz (Live)

8. Liquid Swords (Live At Montreux)

9. Ice Cream (Live)

10. Uzi (Live)

11. One Blood Under W (Live)

12. Do U Really Thang Thang (Live)

13. What The Blood Clot (Live)

14. Careful Click Click (Live)

15. Protect Ya Neck (Live)

16. Bring Da Ruckus (Live)

17. Tearz (Live)

18. C.R.E.A.M. (Live At Montreux)

19. Method Man (Live)

20. Reunited (Live)

21. For Heaven's Sake (Live)

22. Wu Tang: 7th Chamber (Live)

23. Shadowboxin' (Live)

24. Shimmy Shimmy Ya (Live)

25. Brooklyn Zoo (Live)

26. Got Your Money (Live)

27. Cherchez LaGhost (Live)

28. La Rhumba / Black Widow Pt.2 (Live)

29. Da Rockwilder (Live)

30. Triumph (Live)

31. Impossible (Live)

32. Gravel Pit (Live)

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Track List: Enter The Wu-Tang Clan - 36 Chambers (Deluxe Version) (Explicit)

1. Bring Da Ruckus

2. Shame On A N**ga

3. Clan In Da Front

4. Wu-Tang: 7th Chamber

5. Can It Be All So Simple

6. Da Mystery Of Chessboxin'

7. Wu-Tang Clan Ain't Nuthing Ta F' Wit

8. C.R.E.A.M.

9. Method Man

10. Protect Ya Neck

11. Tearz

12. Wu-Tang: 7th Chamber - Part II

13. Protect Ya Neck (Shao Lin Version)

14. Method Man (Home Grown Version)

15. C.R.E.A.M. (A Cappella)

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Track List: 8 Diagrams (Explicit)

Disc 1

1. Campfire

2. Take It Back

3. Get Them Out Ya Way Pa

4. Rushing Elephants

5. Unpredictable

6. The Heart Gently Weeps

7. Wolves

8. Gun Will Go

9. Sunlight

10. Stick Me For My Riches

11. Starter

12. Windmill

13. Weak Spot

14. Life Changes

Disc 2
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Track List: 8 Diagrams

Disc 1

1. Campfire

2. Take It Back

3. Get Them Out Ya Way Pa

4. Rushing Elephants

5. Unpredictable

6. The Heart Gently Weeps

7. Wolves

8. Gun Will Go

9. Sunlight

10. Stick Me For My Riches

11. Starter

12. Windmill

13. Weak Spot

14. Life Changes

Disc 2
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Track List: Think Differently Music: Wu-Tang Meets The Indie Culture (Instrumentals)

1. Lyrical Swords

2. Slow Blues

3. Still Grimey

4. Think Differently

5. Biochemical Equation

6. O.D.B. Tribute

7. Fragments

8. Street Corners

9. Listen

10. Verses

11. Preservation

12. Cars On The Interstate

13. Give It Up

14. Black Dawn

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Track List: Legend Of The Wu-Tang: Wu-Tang Clan's Greatest Hits

1. C.R.E.A.M.

2. Method Man (Skunk Mix)

3. Protect Ya Neck (Bloody Version)

4. Wu-Tang Clan Aint Nuthing Ta F' Wit

5. Can It Be All So Simple (Remix)

6. Shame On A N**ga

7. Da Mystery Of Chessboxin'

8. Reunited

9. It's Yourz

10. Triumph (Feat. Cappadonna)

11. Gravel Pit

12. Protect Ya Neck (The Jump Off)

13. Uzi (Pinky Ring)

14. Diesel

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Track List: Legend Of The Wu-Tang Clan: Wu-Tang Clan's Greatest Hits (Explicit)

1. C.R.E.A.M.

4. Wu-Tang Clan Ain't Nuthing Ta F' Wit

5. Can It Be All So Simple

6. Shame On A N**ga

7. Da Mystery Of Chessboxin'

8. Reunited

9. It's Yourz

10. Triumph

11. Gravel Pit

12. Protect Ya Neck (The Jump Off)

14. UZI (Pinky Ring)

15. Shaolin Worldwide

16. Diesel

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Track List: Legend Of The Wu-Tang Clan: Wu-Tang Clan's Greatest Hits

1. C.R.E.A.M.

2. Method Man

3. Protect Ya Neck

5. Can It Be All So Simple

6. Shame On A Nuh

7. Da Mystery Of Chessboxin'

8. Reunited

9. It's Yourz

10. Triumph

11. Gravel Pit

12. Protect Ya Neck (The Jump Off)

14. Uzi (Pinky Ring)

15. Shaolin Worldwide

16. Diesel

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Track List: Iron Flag

1. In The Hood

2. Rules

3. Chrome Wheels

4. Soul Power (Black Jungle)

5. Uzi (Pinky Ring)

6. One Of These Days

7. Ya'll Been Warned

8. Babies

10. Back In The Game

11. Iron Flag

12. Dashing (Reasons)

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Track List: Iron Flag (Explicit)

1. In The Hood

2. Rules

3. Chrome Wheels

4. Soul Power (Black Jungle)

5. Uzi (Pinky Ring)

6. One Of These Days

7. Y'all Been Warned

8. Babies

10. Back In The Game

11. Iron Flag

12. Dashing (Reasons)

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Track List: The W (Explicit)

1. Chamber Music

2. Careful (Click, Click)

3. Hollow Bones

4. Redbull

5. One Blood Under W

6. Conditioner

7. Protect Ya Neck (The Jump Off)

8. Let My N****s Live

9. I Can't Go To Sleep

10. Do You Really (Thang, Thang)

11. The Monument

12. Gravel Pit

13. Jah World

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Track List: Wu-Tang Forever

Disc 1

1. Wu-Revolution

2. Reunited

3. For Heaven's Sake

4. Cash Still Rules/Scary Hours

5. Visionz

6. As High As Wu-Tang Get

7. Severe Punishment

8. Older Gods

9. Maria

10. A Better Tomorrow

11. It's Yourz

Disc 2

1. Intro

2. Triumph

3. Impossible

4. Little Ghetto Boys

5. Deadly Melody

6. The City

7. The Projects

8. Bells Of War

9. The M.G.M.

10. Dog S**t

11. Duck Seazon

12. Hellz Wind Staff

13. Heaterz

14. Black Shampoo

15. Second Coming

16. The Closing

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Track List: Wu-Tang Forever (Explicit)

Disc 1

2. Reunited

3. For Heavens Sake

5. Visionz

7. Severe Punishment

8. Older Gods

Disc 2

1. Intro

2. Triumph

3. Impossible

5. Deadly Melody

6. The City

7. The Projects

8. Bells Of War

9. The M.G.M.

11. Duck Seazon

14. Black Shampoo

16. The Closing

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Track List: Enter The Wu-Tang (36 Chambers)

1. Shame On A Nuh

2. Clan In Da Front

3. Can It Be All So Simple

4. Method Man

5. Da Mystery Of Chessboxin'

7. Cream

8. Protect Ya Neck

9. Tearz

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Track List: Enter The Wu-Tang (36 Chambers) (Explicit)

1. Bring Da Ruckus

2. Shame On A N**ga

3. Clan In Da Front

4. Wu-Tang: 7th Chamber

5. Can It Be All So Simple

6. Da Mystery Of Chessboxin'

7. Wu-Tang Clan Ain't Nuthing Ta F' Wit

8. C.R.E.A.M.

9. Method Man

10. Protect Ya Neck

11. Tearz

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Track List: Only The Rugged Survive (Radio Single)

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Idiot under me the wu plays in front of 1,100 people but they are great.and Gza blows...wu runs nothing!!!
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seanf951
Hollywoodste v e 1 9 7 8 is a troll a** Sally. Wu's been running s**t since they formed like Voltron. Gza is a damn lyrical genius and everyone knows it!
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Head cream for the first time playing watchdogs and fell in love.
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maxloveshalo s
wu tang for life love c.r.e.a.m.
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The wu sucks a**..most of their songs are about nothing at all..overrat e d bums!!!!
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Ole Dirty would have been in my class. Wu-Tang Clan ultimate group. New York "BEST"!
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C.r.e.a.m ....For they who ain't know , Cash Rules Everything Around Me ..= C.R.EA.M !
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Wu-tang 4life
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Wu-Tang 4 life
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Can It Be All So Simple- yes it can be- Wu-Tang- great
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dubstep01060
My first album I ever bought was 36 Chambers on a CD which was played thru on a Sony handheld every day and only God knows how many times. All I know is that the Wu were professors of true hip-hop. They had a plan and they executed it which changed the face of the genre and helped spawn the future and influence many emcees
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Swingin thru ya hood like ya neighborhood Spider-Man shee-wa, tick-tock keep tickin', while I keep ya flippin' from the sh** that I'm kickin'
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Black Jesus. Ghostface Killah feat.Raekwon and U-GOD that song is powerful and up lifting my opinion
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Rzza N Ghost Classic
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Bells of war, hot
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YALL BEEN WARNED.. ONE OF DA HARDEST RZA TRACKS EVER, IM BANGIN MY F**KIN HEAD ALL TYPES OF CRAZY.... NASTY A** LYRICS 2... YOU CATCH A THROAT STREP... 215
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how do i day goodbye, is allways the good ones that have to die.
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Can't find me a person
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LandLord make it make mad
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roll the away
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commented this
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Cash rules everything around me. Means money makes the world go round. It's a young Meth realizing the power of money and how it opens doors.
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Super freak physique, like Rafael sadiqq, baby love the ganja leaf, every day of the week
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C.R.E.A.M.-- W u - T a n g at their catchiest--n e v e r quite figured out the message though.
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Don't read this.You will be kissed on the nearest Friday by the love of your life. Now that hat you've started reading don't stop this is crazy. Of ignored you will have bad luck Put this on 15 other songs in 143 minuets when your done press space and you crush's name will appear in big letters on the screen so freaky it actually works
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S**t never gets old..
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WU
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It's A Wu Tang Thang
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35seanthys
Pro era reminds me of them
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What is so great about wu tang??
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Now wu tang with it
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Dope✨✨
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Chitowns' 1 and only Tank "G" ...all the way to Islas Marias...
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All of the Wu-Tang click, lifestyle music way of thinking has always motivated me and millions of "gente" all over the world and its what keeps me going...its part of life and shows the way to grow in a uniquely manner. Mind over matter!!!!! Knowledge Is Power!!!!
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Dope
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Wu-Tang Clan- hip hop. Real.
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vanillafeels
Knocking!!!! !
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Need a fig book that
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Nemitrix country phat a** cow drugas ho
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Forgot to mention I turned her onto wu tang now she can't stop and won't stop
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My little cousin loves THE WU much love from hawaii bradduhhhhz SHOOTZ
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Wu Tang Clan, love your music; One.
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rider_wing
I love your music ❤️����
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Don't read this,the a**hole under me is a virgin!!
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Don't read this you will be kissed on the nearest Friday by the love of your life tomorrow will be the best day of your life now you've started don't stop this is so freaky but if you you read this and ignore it you will have bad luck put this on 15 songs in 144 mins when your done push the space bar and your crushes name will appear in big letters on the screen this is so freaky it actually works.
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Don't read this you will be kissed on the nearest possible Friday by the love of your life tomorrow will be the best day of your life now you've started reading this don't stop this is freaky but if you read this and ignore it the you will have very bad luck put this on 15 songs in 143 minutes when your done press the space bar and your crushes name will appear in big letters on the screen this is so creepy because it actually works
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Raekwon #1
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IT's Wu Muthafuckers ! ! ! WU TANG MUTHAFUCKERS ! ! ! ! #������
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hell ya Wu-Tang clan
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