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Wu-Tang ClanEnter The Wu-Tang (36 Chambers)

Label:RCA – 19439893981
Series:Vinyl Me, Please. Essentials – E105
Format:
2 x Vinyl, LP, Album, Club Edition, Reissue, Remastered, Gold Galaxy
Country:US
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Genre:Hip Hop
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Tracklist

Shaolin Sword
A1Bring Da Ruckus
A2Shame on a Nigga
A3Clan in Da Front
B1Wu-Tang: 7th Chamber
B2Can It All Be So Simple
B3Intermission
Wu-Tang Sword
C1Da Mystery of Chessboxin'
Co-producerOl' Dirty Bastard
C2Wu-Tang Clan Ain't Nuthing Ta F' Wit
Co-producerThe Method Man*
C3C.R.E.A.M.
C4Method Man
D1Protect Ya Neck
D2Tearz
D3Wu-Tang: 7th Chamber - Part II
D4Conclusion
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VMP Essentials Record of the Month for September 2021.

Comes with exclusive art print and listening notes booklet.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (A Side): BAZZA ALCHEMY AT AIR 19439893981-a1 227411E1 983327
  • Matrix / Runout (B Side): 19439893981-B1 227411E3 979041
  • Matrix / Runout (C Side): 19439893981-C1 227411E3 979051
  • Matrix / Runout (D Side): 19439893981-D1 227411E4 979046
  • Rights Society: BMI

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Enter The Wu-Tang (36 Chambers) (LP, Album, Stereo)RCA, Loud Records, Wu-Tang Records07863 66336-1US1993
Enter The Wu-Tang (36 Chambers) (Cassette, Album)Loud Records, RCA, BMG74321 20367 4, 74321203674Europe1993
Enter The Wu-Tang (36 Chambers) (CD, Album, Club Edition)RCA07863 66336-2US1993
Enter The Wu-Tang (36 Chambers) (LP, Album)Loud Records, RCA74321 20367 1Europe1993
Enter The Wu-Tang (36 Chambers) (Cassette, Album)Loud RecordsBG4 66336US1993
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marekmarecki7
I would like to just point out that when stretched over 2xLP, this album has a side 3 that consists of:

C1. The Mystery of Chessboxin
C2. Wu-Tang Clan Aint Nothin Ta F Wit
C3. C. R. E. A. M.
C4. Method Man

Jesus christ.
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Sylk7
My copies excelent, top muito boa, tenho original, o amarelo e o transparente, esse realmente é o melhor.
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c.h.e.r.o.k.e.e
My copies sound great, probably the best I’ve ever heard this record sound. A+++
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Max_Kaskamanidis
The issue that people are describing here does indeed exist. But in exchange for the best sounding vinyl version of the album so far? Tbh I think the static is negligible. If you have any chill at all, I think you may be able to overlook it, and enjoy the press as much as I did.
So if you're on the fence about this release, I'd give it a shot- at the very least, VMP will replace, or you could frame the foil stamped jacket and art card. Just my two cents.
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ttsam
I got two copies, both skip on the second last song of Side D, IDK why it really annoyed me.
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PressStartToContinue
I've had my problems with VMP pressings (3 copies of The Soft Bulletin before getting one that wasn't gouged), but this one sounds great. Bass is present, but not overpowering. Gave it a good clean before playing and haven't heard any sound issues. I recommend this one.
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Jaberc0200
I tried four different copies and all skipped bad on track 1 side 2. Very dissapointed.
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daronharleymurphy
I just purchased a NM copy of this album and found the same issue with static noise coming in on the right channel. I am also sad to say that I compared this vinyl pressing to the digital MQA version on Tidal and, overall, the LP was decidedly inferior to the digital. I am a devoted AAA vinyl snob with an extreme bias toward choosing all-analog LPs over digital sources. But, in this case, the digital is clearly better. Thinking about it, the album is created from lo-fi digital samples. And even if the vox were recorded to analog 2", the album was mixed down to digital tape. And, of course, originally, the Wu-Tang would use that master to rip cassettes. So, really, this album was never meant for vinyl even if vinyl is in most cases always better. Bummer because I was really psyched to own a physical copy of this classic on what I hoped to be the best sounding version yet.
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Alextricity
light surface noise during the beginning bits of “7th chamber pt. 1” but overall this is a pretty great press to my ears, i’m surprised to see people with so many issues. “7th chamber pt. 2” interestingly also has some pops here and there. other than that… pretty damn nice. low 5/5.
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tombally
Was hesitant pulling the trigger on this based on other's comments but figured I'd take a chance. Got a mint copy today; gave it a wet clean and Vinyl Vac and dropped the needle...

Seems I got lucky. Sounds fantastic. No skips, static or surface noise. Loads of low end but not boomy. Vinyl colour is more a transulcent lemony green than gold but still looks cool.

For the price I feel VMP could've done more with the booklet (include some pictures etc.) and a gatefold sleeve but overall I'm super happy with this pressing.