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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 Wu-Tang Reunion
22 March 2005 | by See all my reviews

I'm a real fan of rap and run a hip-hop web site, no one else had a comment so I'll lay it out for you.

I got this as a gift and since Wu-tangs's one of the best groups I checked it out. It turns out that it was the reunion concert taping with interviews with the Wu-members. That was the first time all of Wu-tang had all been together in 7 years, and it showed how they are ready to release a new album. It was also ODBs last time preforming since he died a couple weeks after the concert.

Anyway the song list on this is nice a lot of the best Wu-bangers, and some nice Raekwon tracks from only built for Cuban Link. They all preformed fine, but ghost-face was killing it the Apollo kid track was the most well done. I don't think RZA should still be rapping, he just doesn't sound right yelling in the Mic on stage.

The interview with Wu-tang is broken up into the video, some nice interviews..of course method man was the tightest but hes always trying to get up in TV. ODBs funny as always, started drinking again.

Worth Buying, 4mics (or 4 reels)


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