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Wu-Tang Clan placed an 88-year copyright on secret album
Wu-Tang Clan placed an 88-year copyright on secret album

Nearly a year ago, Wu-Tang Clan announced its most ambitious project yet: A single 31-track double-album, recorded in secret over a six-year stretch, to be sold to the highest bidder. Wu-Tang’s de-facto leader RZA had a simple vision for the album, “Once Upon a Time in Shaolin," one that was built around crafting a singular music experience. Intrigue around the project continued and was intensified by reports that the group received a $5-million offer  for the album. Speculation as to how fans would hear it -- perhaps in art galleries? -- brewed throughout Wu-Tang’s contentious reunion for the release of its anniversary album, "A Better...

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