Wu-Tang Clan Vinyl, CD & tapes by Wu-Tang Clan at Norman Records

No hip-hop has mattered quite as much. The Wu-tang may have only released one classic record, but what a classic it was: 36 Chambers was a massive banner effort, a communal masterstroke piloted by the sparse, movie-flicker production genius of R...read more »

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Ghostface Killah
Bulletproof Wallets

Ghostface Killah’s 2001 solo statement is a pretty crucial part of the wider Wu-Tang puzzle, as well as a damn good time in its own right. RZA and The Alchemist deal with much of the production, and MC guests include Slick Rick and Raekwon. Bulletproof Wallets is reissued to double vinyl by Get On Down.
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Ol' Dirty Bastard
Return To The 36 Chambers : The Dirty Version

Ol' Dirty has got even dirtier with this remastered version of his 1996 debut 36 Chambers. His first foray outside the bosom of Wu-Tang Clan, it was a stunning tour de force of entertainingly gritty hip-hop showcasing his unusual sea-sick and off kilter flow on tracks that ranged from terrifying to darkly humorous. It has long been seen as one of the high points of Wu-Tang's storied history and one of the most innovative rap records to date.   

Inspectah Deck
Chamber No. 9

Inspectah Deck is mainly known for being a member of rap legends Wu Tang Clan and hip-hop supergroup, Czarface. He has also recently worked with Doom and Ghostface. On Chamber No. 9, he hands the production over to the promising duo of Danny Caiazzo and Boo Bundy who create a gritty landscape for Deck’s lyrical flow.

Wu-Tang Clan
Of Mics and Men

The soundtrack to the upcoming Showtime documentary series of the same name, set to be broadcast later in August, Of Mics And Men includes new music from the legendary hip-hop collective, along with exclusive skits from interviews that didn’t make the cut for the series itself. Features contributions from Ghostface Killah, RZA, Raekwon, Masta Killa and Cappadonna. 

Wu-Tang Clan
Disciples of the 36 Chambers: Chapter 1 (Live)

A remastered reissue of this Wu-Tang Clan live album yields its first-ever vinyl edition. Disciples Of The 36 Chambers: Chapter 1 showcases their 2004 set at Californian festival Rock The Bells.* Aside from being an extensive run-through of both various Clan hits (both solo and ensemble), Disciples Of The 36 Chambers is also notable for being one of the group’s last performances with the late Ol’ Dirty Bastard. *For those of you wondering about Chapter 2 - it’s a video of the same set and it's not present on this edition.

Wu-Tang
Wu-Tang Meets The Indie Culture Vol. 1

2005’s Wu-Tang Meets The Indie Culture was one of those records that came out in the wake of Danger Mouse’s Jay-Z/Beatles blend The Grey Album. The brainchild of Dreddy Krueger, the ‘indie’ of this LP’s title refers more to mid-2000’s underground rap scene than, say, Echo & The Bunnymen. We’re talking MF DOOM, Del Tha Funkee Homosapien and Aesop Rock. Mind you, Jim Jarmusch does feature on this thing as well. Wu-Tang members like RZA and GZA keep the group’s end of the bargain.

Various
The Man With The Iron Fists

As one might expect from a film co-written and directed by RZA, The Man With The Iron Fists comes with a pretty mighty soundtrack. RZA produces many of the beats here - the rest are handled by, among others, Isaac Hayes and BADBADNOTGOOD - and the whole thing generally oozes that special brand of class that one only gets from Wu-Tang joints. The list of vocalists on this thing is frankly ridiculous - Kanye West, Ghostface Killah, Danny Brown, Pharaohe Monch, Pusha T, Freddie Gibbs...

Wu-Tang Clan
Clan In Da Front / Wu-Tang: 7th Chamber

Get On Down are reissuing the entirety of Enter The Wu-Tang (36 Chambers) in 7” form. Here are tracks three and four. Clan in the Front is essentially a GZA / RZA showcase. Wu-Tang: 7th Chamber features a chaotic full house consisting of Raekwon, Method Man, Ghostface Killah, U-God, Inspectah Deck, Ol’ Dirty Bastard, RZA and GZA. If you want this you probably know the songs and vice versa! 

Wu-Tang Clan
Wu-Tang: The Saga Continues

The Wu-Tang’s seventh full length. Eighth if you’re perverse enough to count the single-copy Once Upon a Time in Shaolin, and Lesson Learn’d makes a point of dissing that item’s purchaser, appropriately cartoonish supervillain Martin Shkreli. That string-driven track and single People Say are strong enough to stimulate murmurs of a return to top form, so hopefully we’ll soon be discussing this Mathematics-produced album for entirely non-pharma-bro-related reasons.

Raekwon
Only Built 4 Cuban Linx

Rae's Only Built 4 Cuban Linx is an early Wu-Tang solo classic, responsible for sequels and known for classic sampling from the RZA in primetime. This is one of the Wu's most intricately told stories, a record about drugs in New York told through some of the best hooks with some of the best singles.

Wu-Tang Clan
Legend Of The Wu-Tang: Wu-Tang Clan's Greatest Hits

GZA, RZA, Ghostface Killah, Raekwon, Ol' Dirty Bastard, Method Man, do I need to say more? Double vinyl reissue of the greatest hits compilation actually put together by Wu-Tang Clan. Includes an the “Bloody” version of Protect Ya Neck, a remix of Method Man with alternate verses, selected tracks from film works.

Banks & Steelz
Anything But Words

Here is the collaboration that no-one could have expected...or indeed asked for. Funny haired Interpol leader Paul Banks hooking up with Wu Tang's RZA. The result is the kind of rap rock we could only have dreamt of back in the '80s. Careful what you wish for though - they make strange bedfellows these two.   

Wu-Tang Clan
Wu-Tang Forever

The Wu-Tang followed up hip-hop's greatest and most notorious classic, 'Enter The Wu-Tang (36 Chambers)', with 1997's 'Wu-Tang Forever', a record that expanded the Clan's roster (bringing in new member Cappadonna) while continuing to stay on point with their brand of raw, forceful rap. RZA gives the production an upgrade this time around, is all.

Wu-Tang Clan
The W

The W is the third studio album by the world's baddest Hip Hop group Wu-Tang Clan. Released in 2000, the album debuted at number 5 on the Billboard 200, and instantly topped the R&B/Hip Hop Albums Chart after release. Containing the hit "Gravel Pit", the album was certified Platinum a few months later. After their 1997 album Wu-Tang Forever and several solo projects, The W has a more rugged, less polished sound than most Wu-Tang related albums from that era. Group mastermind RZA produced The W with roughed up Soul samples and tight, tough beats. Paranoid kung fu samples and bizarre sounds drive the fantastic nightmare. The back-to-basics approach puts the focus back on some of the best rappers in the game. The album also features guest appearances from Isaac Hayes, Redman, Nas, Busta Rhymes and Snoop Dogg.

Wu-Tang Clan
Enter The Wu-Tang (36 Chambers)

Do you want me to introduce this record to you? Really? Because if you don’t yet know what happens when you Enter The Wu Tang, you should probably just buy this on sight. For existing Wu-Tang Clan fans, this is the classic debut reissued, pretty crucial for your collection.

Genius / GZA
Liquid Swords (The Instrumentals)

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GZA
Liquid Swords: Marvel Edition

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Ghostface Killah
Ironman

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Wu-Tang Clan
Bring Da Ruckus / Shame On A Nigga

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Genius / GZA
Liquid Swords

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Genius / GZA
Dark Matter

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Wu-Tang Clan
Protect Ya Neck

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Wu-Tang Clan
A Better Tomorrow

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Wu-Tang Clan
Execution In Autumn

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Wu-Tang Clan
Reunited - The Remixes

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Wu-Tang Clan
8 Diagrams

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Wu-Tang Clan
The 8 Diagrams

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Wu-Tang Clan, RZA, Various
Ghost Dog- The Way Of The Samurai OST

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Wu-Tang Clan
Rules

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