Enter the Wu‐Tang (36 Chambers)

~ Release by Wu‐Tang Clan (see all versions of this release, 15 available)

Annotation

Matrix / Runout: 07863663362 + + 62269-01 SONOPRESS USA
Mastering SID Code: IFPI L027
Mould SID Code (Variant 1): IFPI 1002
Mould SID Code (Variant 2): none
Mould SID Code (Variant 3): IFPI 1030

Annotation last modified on 2021-12-22 23:00 UTC.

Tracklist

CD 1
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1Bring da Ruckus
programming:
Prince Rakeem (US rapper / producer)
engineer:
Ethan Ryman
executive producer:
Dennis Coles, Mitchell Diggs (producer), Oli Grant and Robert Diggs, Jr. (US rapper / producer)
producer and mixer:
RZA (US rapper / producer)
lead vocals:
Ghostface Killah, GZA/Genius, Inspectah Deck, Raekwon (US rapper, Wu-Tang Clan) and RZA (US rapper / producer)
arranger:
RZA (US rapper / producer)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Sony Music Entertainment (not for release label use! company owned by Sony Corporation of America since Oct 1, 2008; operates worldwide except in JP) (in 1993)
recording of:
Bring da Ruckus
writer:
Clifford Smith (of the Wu-Tang Clan), Corey Woods (US rapper, Wu-Tang Clan), Dennis Coles, Gary Grice, Jason Hunter, Lamont Hawkins, Robert Diggs, Jr. (US rapper / producer) and Russell Jones (Wu‐Tang founder, NYC rapper/producer)
3.754:11
2Shame on a Nigga
programming:
Prince Rakeem (US rapper / producer)
engineer:
Ethan Ryman
executive producer:
Dennis Coles, Mitchell Diggs (producer), Oli Grant and Robert Diggs, Jr. (US rapper / producer)
producer and mixer:
Prince Rakeem “The RZA” (US rapper / producer)
lead vocals:
Method Man (of the Wu-Tang Clan), Ol’ Dirty Bastard (Wu‐Tang founder, NYC rapper/producer) and Raekwon (US rapper, Wu-Tang Clan)
arranger:
Prince Rakeem “The RZA” (US rapper / producer)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
BMG Music (not for release label use!) (in 1993) and Sony Music Entertainment (not for release label use! company owned by Sony Corporation of America since Oct 1, 2008; operates worldwide except in JP) (in 1993)
samples:
Black and Tan Fantasy by Thelonious Monk and Different Strokes by Syl Johnson
recording of:
Shame on a Nigga
writer:
Clifford Smith (of the Wu-Tang Clan), Corey Woods (US rapper, Wu-Tang Clan), Dennis Coles, Gary Grice, Jason Hunter, Lamont Hawkins, Robert Diggs, Jr. (US rapper / producer) and Russell Jones (Wu‐Tang founder, NYC rapper/producer)
4.252:57
3Clan in da Front
programming:
Prince Rakeem (US rapper / producer)
engineer:
Ethan Ryman
executive producer:
Dennis Coles, Mitchell Diggs (producer), Oli Grant and Robert Diggs, Jr. (US rapper / producer)
producer and mixer:
RZA (US rapper / producer)
lead vocals:
GZA/Genius and RZA (US rapper / producer)
arranger:
RZA (US rapper / producer)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Sony Music Entertainment (not for release label use! company owned by Sony Corporation of America since Oct 1, 2008; operates worldwide except in JP) (in 1993)
recording of:
Clan in da Front
writer:
Clifford Smith (of the Wu-Tang Clan), Corey Woods (US rapper, Wu-Tang Clan), Dennis Coles, Gary Grice, Jason Hunter, Lamont Hawkins, Robert Diggs, Jr. (US rapper / producer) and Russell Jones (Wu‐Tang founder, NYC rapper/producer)
3.754:33
4Wu‐Tang: 7th Chamber
programming:
Prince Rakeem (US rapper / producer)
engineer:
Ethan Ryman
executive producer:
Dennis Coles, Mitchell Diggs (producer), Oli Grant and Robert Diggs, Jr. (US rapper / producer)
producer and mixer:
RZA (US rapper / producer)
additional lead vocals:
U‐God
lead vocals:
Ghostface Killah, GZA/Genius, Inspectah Deck, Method Man (of the Wu-Tang Clan), Ol’ Dirty Bastard (Wu‐Tang founder, NYC rapper/producer), Raekwon (US rapper, Wu-Tang Clan) and RZA (US rapper / producer)
arranger:
RZA (US rapper / producer)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Sony Music Entertainment (not for release label use! company owned by Sony Corporation of America since Oct 1, 2008; operates worldwide except in JP) (in 1993)
recording of:
Wu-Tang: 7th Chamber
writer:
Clifford Smith (of the Wu-Tang Clan), Corey Woods (US rapper, Wu-Tang Clan), Dennis Coles, Gary Grice, Jason Hunter, Lamont Hawkins, Robert Diggs, Jr. (US rapper / producer) and Russell Jones (Wu‐Tang founder, NYC rapper/producer)
3.756:07
5Can It Be All So Simple / Intermission
programming:
Prince Rakeem (US rapper / producer)
engineer:
Ethan Ryman
executive producer:
Dennis Coles, Mitchell Diggs (producer), Oli Grant and Robert Diggs, Jr. (US rapper / producer)
producer and mixer:
RZA (US rapper / producer)
lead vocals:
Ghostface Killah, Raekwon (US rapper, Wu-Tang Clan) and RZA (US rapper / producer)
arranger:
RZA (US rapper / producer)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Sony Music Entertainment (not for release label use! company owned by Sony Corporation of America since Oct 1, 2008; operates worldwide except in JP) (in 1993)
samples:
The Way We Were by Gladys Knight & the Pips
recording of:
Can It Be All So Simple
writer:
Clifford Smith (of the Wu-Tang Clan), Corey Woods (US rapper, Wu-Tang Clan), Dennis Coles, Gary Grice, Jason Hunter, Lamont Hawkins, Robert Diggs, Jr. (US rapper / producer) and Russell Jones (Wu‐Tang founder, NYC rapper/producer)
3.46:53
6Da Mystery of Chessboxin’
programming:
Prince Rakeem (US rapper / producer)
engineer:
Carlos Bess
co-producer:
Ol’ Dirty Bastard (Wu‐Tang founder, NYC rapper/producer)
executive producer:
Dennis Coles, Mitchell Diggs (producer), Oli Grant and Robert Diggs, Jr. (US rapper / producer)
producer and mixer:
Prince Rakeem “The RZA” (US rapper / producer)
lead vocals:
Ghostface Killah, Inspectah Deck, Masta Killa, Method Man (of the Wu-Tang Clan), Ol’ Dirty Bastard (Wu‐Tang founder, NYC rapper/producer), Raekwon (US rapper, Wu-Tang Clan) and U‐God
arranger:
Prince Rakeem “The RZA” (US rapper / producer)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
BMG Music (not for release label use!) (in 1993) and Sony Music Entertainment (not for release label use! company owned by Sony Corporation of America since Oct 1, 2008; operates worldwide except in JP) (in 1993)
recording of:
Da Mystery of Chessboxin'
writer:
Clifford Smith (of the Wu-Tang Clan), Corey Woods (US rapper, Wu-Tang Clan), Dennis Coles, Gary Grice, Jason Hunter, Lamont Hawkins, Robert Diggs, Jr. (US rapper / producer) and Russell Jones (Wu‐Tang founder, NYC rapper/producer)
4.254:47
7Wu‐Tang Clan Ain’t Nuthing ta F’ Wit
programming:
Prince Rakeem (US rapper / producer)
engineer:
Ethan Ryman
co-producer:
Method Man (of the Wu-Tang Clan)
executive producer:
Dennis Coles, Mitchell Diggs (producer), Oli Grant and Robert Diggs, Jr. (US rapper / producer)
producer and mixer:
RZA (US rapper / producer)
lead vocals:
Inspectah Deck, Method Man (of the Wu-Tang Clan) and RZA (US rapper / producer)
arranger:
RZA (US rapper / producer)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Sony Music Entertainment (not for release label use! company owned by Sony Corporation of America since Oct 1, 2008; operates worldwide except in JP) (in 1993)
recording of:
Wu-Tang Clan Ain't Nuthing ta F' Wit
writer:
Clifford Smith (of the Wu-Tang Clan), Corey Woods (US rapper, Wu-Tang Clan), Dennis Coles, Gary Grice, Jason Hunter, Lamont Hawkins, Robert Diggs, Jr. (US rapper / producer) and Russell Jones (Wu‐Tang founder, NYC rapper/producer)
4.23:36
8C.R.E.A.M.
programming:
Prince Rakeem (US rapper / producer)
engineer:
Ethan Ryman
executive producer:
Dennis Coles, Mitchell Diggs (producer), Oli Grant and Robert Diggs, Jr. (US rapper / producer)
producer and mixer:
Prince Rakeem “The RZA” (US rapper / producer)
lead vocals:
Inspectah Deck, Method Man (of the Wu-Tang Clan) and Raekwon (US rapper, Wu-Tang Clan)
arranger:
Prince Rakeem “The RZA” (US rapper / producer)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
BMG Music (not for release label use!) (in 1993) and Sony Music Entertainment (not for release label use! company owned by Sony Corporation of America since Oct 1, 2008; operates worldwide except in JP) (in 1993)
samples:
As Long as I've Got You by The Charmels and Money (Dollar Bill Y'all) by Jimmy Spicer
part of:
The Rolling Stone Magazine’s 500 Greatest Songs of All Time: 2021 edition (number: 107)
recording of:
C.R.E.A.M.
writer:
Clifford Smith (of the Wu-Tang Clan), Corey Woods (US rapper, Wu-Tang Clan), Dennis Coles, Gary Grice, Isaac Hayes, Jason Hunter, Lamont Hawkins, David Porter (US soul musician, producer & songwriter), Robert Diggs, Jr. (US rapper / producer) and Russell Jones (Wu‐Tang founder, NYC rapper/producer)
44:12
9Method Man
programming:
Prince Rakeem (US rapper / producer)
engineer:
Ethan Ryman
executive producer:
Dennis Coles, Mitchell Diggs (producer), Oli Grant and Robert Diggs, Jr. (US rapper / producer)
producer and mixer:
RZA (US rapper / producer)
lead vocals:
Ghostface Killah, GZA/Genius, Method Man (of the Wu-Tang Clan), Raekwon (US rapper, Wu-Tang Clan) and RZA (US rapper / producer)
arranger:
RZA (US rapper / producer)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Sony Music Entertainment (not for release label use! company owned by Sony Corporation of America since Oct 1, 2008; operates worldwide except in JP) (in 1993)
recording of:
Method Man
writer:
Clifford Smith (of the Wu-Tang Clan), Corey Woods (US rapper, Wu-Tang Clan), Dennis Coles, Gary Grice, Jason Hunter, Lamont Hawkins, Robert Diggs, Jr. (US rapper / producer) and Russell Jones (Wu‐Tang founder, NYC rapper/producer)
3.255:51
10Protect Ya Neck
programming:
Prince Rakeem (US rapper / producer)
engineer:
Ethan Ryman
executive producer:
Dennis Coles, Mitchell Diggs (producer), Oli Grant and Robert Diggs, Jr. (US rapper / producer)
producer and mixer:
RZA (US rapper / producer)
additional lead vocals:
U‐God
lead vocals:
Ghostface Killah, GZA/Genius, Inspectah Deck, Method Man (of the Wu-Tang Clan), Ol’ Dirty Bastard (Wu‐Tang founder, NYC rapper/producer), Raekwon (US rapper, Wu-Tang Clan) and RZA (US rapper / producer)
arranger:
RZA (US rapper / producer)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Sony Music Entertainment (not for release label use! company owned by Sony Corporation of America since Oct 1, 2008; operates worldwide except in JP) (in 1993)
recording of:
Protect Ya Neck
writer:
Clifford Smith (of the Wu-Tang Clan), Corey Woods (US rapper, Wu-Tang Clan), Dennis Coles, Gary Grice, Jason Hunter, Lamont Hawkins, Robert Diggs, Jr. (US rapper / producer) and Russell Jones (Wu‐Tang founder, NYC rapper/producer)
4.254:51
11Tearz
programming:
Prince Rakeem (US rapper / producer)
engineer:
Ethan Ryman
executive producer:
Dennis Coles, Mitchell Diggs (producer), Oli Grant and Robert Diggs, Jr. (US rapper / producer)
producer and mixer:
RZA (US rapper / producer)
lead vocals:
Ghostface Killah and RZA (US rapper / producer)
arranger:
RZA (US rapper / producer)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Sony Music Entertainment (not for release label use! company owned by Sony Corporation of America since Oct 1, 2008; operates worldwide except in JP) (in 1993)
samples:
After Laughter (Comes Tears) by Wendy Rene
recording of:
Tearz
writer:
Clifford Smith (of the Wu-Tang Clan), Corey Woods (US rapper, Wu-Tang Clan), Dennis Coles, Gary Grice, Jason Hunter, Lamont Hawkins, Robert Diggs, Jr. (US rapper / producer) and Russell Jones (Wu‐Tang founder, NYC rapper/producer)
3.654:18
12Wu‐Tang: 7th Chamber, Part II / Conclusion
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Sony Music Entertainment (not for release label use! company owned by Sony Corporation of America since Oct 1, 2008; operates worldwide except in JP) (in 1993)
samples:
As Long as I've Got You by The Charmels
recording of:
Conclusion
composer:
Wu‐Tang Clan
publisher:
Wu‐Tang Publishing, Inc.
recording of:
Wu‐Tang: 7th Chamber, Part II
writer:
Clifford Smith (of the Wu-Tang Clan), Corey Woods (US rapper, Wu-Tang Clan), Dennis Coles, Gary Grice, Jason Hunter, Lamont Hawkins, Robert Diggs, Jr. (US rapper / producer) and Russell Jones (Wu‐Tang founder, NYC rapper/producer)
4.56:09