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

Label:RCA – 19439893981, Loud Records – 19439893981, Wu-Tang Records – 19439893981, Legacy – 19439893981
Series:Vinyl Me, Please. Essentials – E105
2 x Vinyl, LP, Album, Club Edition, Reissue, Remastered, Gold Galaxy
Genre:Hip Hop
Style:Hardcore Hip-Hop, Boom Bap


Shaolin Sword
A1Bring Da Ruckus4:10
A2Shame on a Nigga2:57
A3Clan in Da Front4:33
B1Wu-Tang: 7th Chamber6:05
B2Can It All Be So Simple
Written-By [Excerpts From "The Way We Were"]Alan Bergman/Marilyn Bergman*, Marvin Hamlisch
Wu-Tang Sword
C1Da Mystery of Chessboxin'
Co-producerOl' Dirty Bastard
C2Wu-Tang Clan Ain't Nuthing Ta F' Wit
Co-producerThe Method Man*
Written-By [Excerpts From "As Long As I've Got You"]David Porter, Isaac Hayes
C4Method Man5:50
D1Protect Ya Neck4:52
Written-By [Excerpts From "After Laughter (Comes Tears)"]Johnnie Frierson, Mary Frierson
D3Wu-Tang: 7th Chamber - Part II5:08

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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 227411E2 979041
  • Matrix / Runout (C Side): 19439893981-C1 227411E3 979051
  • Matrix / Runout (D Side): 19439893981-D1 227411E4 979046
  • Rights Society: BMI
  • Rights Society: ASCAP

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Enter The Wu-Tang (36 Chambers) (LP, Album, Stereo)RCA, Loud Records, Wu-Tang Records07863 66336-1US1993
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Enter The Wu-Tang (36 Chambers) (Cassette, Album)Loud Records, RCA, BMG74321 20367 4, 74321203674Europe1993
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Enter The Wu-Tang (36 Chambers) (LP, Album)Loud Records, RCA74321 20367 1Europe1993
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Enter The Wu-Tang (36 Chambers) (Cassette, Album)Loud RecordsBG4 66336US1993
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Enter The Wu-Tang (36 Chambers) (Cassette, Album, Misprint)BMG74321203674Poland1993
  • Thamightyryang's avatar
    Who here really has the $$$$ hifi equipment to really give the vinyl play feedback or are you all listening to your crosley record players with a penny taped to the cartridge head with the critique of a sound engineer.
    • plasticaddict's avatar
      Edited 23 days ago
      Original copy plays better after several cleanings. Overall quality is a bit of a disappointment - vinyl feels nice in hand but edges are sharp enough to cut and the issue of having to clean the record several times until finally getting it to play normally just isn't acceptable. Surprised by the fall off in quality since other VMP releases have been great and it seems I am not the only one disappointed with this pressing.
      • wallabees42's avatar
        Got 3 copies from VMP. All had bad surface noise on the right channel. Sounded like a needle was scraping over the sidewalk. Probably the biggest disappointment I have experienced with a pressing.
        • Masticator93's avatar
          One thing is for certain, there will never be a 5 / 5 release of this album but this version is by far the best I've heard. This album was recorded on an extremely small budget with equipment that was far from ideal, creating a LoFi sound that sounds gritty no matter what medium you're listening to it on. I'd say this pressing sounds as good as it's going to get on vinyl.

          My only complaint is the vinyl is fairly noisy in some spots but mine has no actual manufacturing defects. The noise on the record doesnt bug me too much because it blends in with the samples they used.

          If you're on the fence and are willing to pay an extra $10, this is the version to get.
          • DParry78's avatar
            Best pressing of this as far as I can tell. I’ve always thought this album needed to be remastered badly, as it’s always been underwhelming in terms of sound. VMP definitely delivered here.
            • kuma.chan's avatar
              Edited one month ago
              I got replacement records for the sound issue with disc one, the new records play fine but this time the labels are switched! Seems VMP have a habit of missing these little things...
              Update: they replaced that one and we went back to the original problem, after that they refunded me...
              • Recordeaters's avatar
                Sounds great but will need a few cleanings to get rid of surface noise.
                • ricoulebuzzard's avatar
                  A great release : the sound is perfect and lp fantastic!
                  • kburns10's avatar
                    Props to everyone who got good pressings, but this thing is NOISY! No wonder I was able to find a used copy here locally. I'll stick with my 180 gram Sony reissue. Still not very loud, but much cleaner sounding and less surface noise. I couldn't even listen to Clan In Da Front with all the clicking coming out of my right speaker. Disappointed to say the least because the packing itself is so nice. A single LP version shouldn't sound better, but I'll take less bass over less surface noise.
                    • AmVersion's avatar
                      My copy sounds great, far better than my late-90s reissue. No pressing/QC issues.



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