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Wu-Tang Clan: Disciples of the 36 Chambers, Chapter 2 (2004)

Not Rated | | Music | Video 10 October 2004
The Wu-Tang Clan reunites with all 9 original members to perform and headline Chapter 11 of the Rock The Bells Festival in San Bernardino, CA on July 17, 2004, which featured Redman, Dilated Peoples, and more on the same bill.

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The Wu-Tang Clan reunites with all 9 original members to perform and headline Chapter 11 of the Rock The Bells Festival in San Bernardino, CA on July 17, 2004, which featured Redman, Dilated Peoples, and more on the same bill.

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A Celebration of the Wu-Tang Swords
26 February 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Any fan of the Wu will get a kick out of the concert footage, and then kick themselves for not going to the real thing. Though some of the songs are belated, the treat here is watching all nine members perform together, in some cases for the first time since the tracks were originally recorded. And these emcee masters do it flawlessly. Plus, it's probably the last time we'll get to see ODB jam it out.

With a new album from the Wu most likely years from seeing the light, this easily feeds a fans hunger, and with all the energy from the crowd and the enthusiasm of the nine members, it becomes hard not to "sing-along."


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