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Download links and information about Wu-Chronicles by The Wu-Tang Clan. This album was released in 1999 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Rap genres. It contains 16 tracks with total duration of 01:10:37 minutes.

Artist: The Wu-Tang Clan
Release date: 1999
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Rap
Tracks: 16
Duration: 01:10:37
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No. Title Length
1. 4th Chamber (featuring The Genius) 4:36
2. Wu-Gambinos (featuring Raekwon) 5:40
3. The What (featuring Method Man) 3:58
4. Cold World (RZA Mix) (featuring The Genius) 4:28
5. Tragedy (featuring Rza) 3:48
6. Black Trump (featuring Cocoa Brovaz) 4:20
7. Hip Hop Junkies (featuring Alkaholiks) 4:54
8. Gunz 'N Onez (featuring Heltah Skeltah) 4:18
9. Latunza Hit (featuring Wu Syndicate) 4:06
10. Wake Up (featuring Killarmy) 5:02
11. Young Godz (featuring Shyheim) 5:11
12. Right Back At You (featuring Mobb Deep) 4:54
13. Whatever Happened (The Birth) (featuring Az) 3:38
14. Semi Automatic: Full Rap Metal Jacket (featuring Inspectah Deck, Street Life) 4:02
15. The End (featuring Ras Kass) 4:20
16. 96 Recreation (Demo) (featuring Cappadonna, Rza, Ol' Dirty Bastard) 3:22



The concept of a Wu-Tang compilation — in effect, spanning the dozen or so albums released by members and cutting away the dross — is perfect for the legion of fans who haven't been able to keep up with the collective's hectic release schedule. This disc includes tracks by fringe-of-the-fringe groups like Heltah Skeltah, Ras Kass, Killarmy, and some artist known as Wu-Syndicate. And it's hard to argue with any album that features some great productions by RZA, and Wu-Chronicles does include some good collaborations — notably Ol' Dirty Bastard with tha Alkaholiks on "Hip Hop Drunkies" and Cocoa Brovaz (formerly Smif-N-Wessun) with Raekwon on "Black Trump."