Early last year, the Wu-Tang Clan announced that they’d be getting together for a new album, though this time, it’d be much different than any other project they’d worked on. The 31-song Once Upon A Time In Shaolin was revealed to be a one-of-one, and the only way you could hear it would be by forking over a million dollars…or waiting for 88 years.

Welp, the option for the former is now gone, so you’ll have to wait the 88 years until its new owner is allowed to release it to the public. Though the buyer has not been revealed, they’ve been identified as a “private American collector,” and it’s said that they paid “millions” for the album. 31 brand new Wu songs and skits is not all they received, however.

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Along with the purchase came a hand-carved nickel silver box designed by Yahya, a gold-leafed certificate of authenticity, a leather-bound book with the lyrics and stories behind each song and a pair of customized PMC MB2-XBD speakers worth $55,000.

People called RZA crazy for this idea when he first announced it, but it clearly was genius!

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