Ol’ Dirty Bastard’s ‘Return to the 36 Chambers’ to Be Reissued
Wu-Tang Clan co-founder Ol' Dirty Bastard has certainly been missed since his untimely death in 2004. But now you can get another taste of the wordsmith's non sequitur rhyme schemes and gold teeth trollops with the Get Down Records reissue of 'Return to the 36 Chambers.'
According to Consequence of Sound, the rapper's legendary '95 album will be given the box set treatment, complete with a deluxe bill-fold wallet, a laminated copy of ODB's actual food stamp, a tour poster and sticker and additional liner notes. The primo Deluxe Edition will include remixes, instrumentals and all kinds of other goodies.
As The BoomBox recently reported, founding members of the Wu-Tang Clan will head to Staten Island Sept. 28, to perform their debut LP, 'Enter the 36 Chambers,' for the Red Bull Music Academy World Tour. Maybe they'll speak of ODB's ever-lasting influence?
The 'Return to the 36 Chambers' reissue hits the shelves Nov. 22. Will you be buying stock in this piece of hip-hop history? C'mon, you know you wanna get down to 1995 again.
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