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Wu Tang Clan: Live at Montreux 2007
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TRACK LISTING 1) Wu-Tang Clan Ain't Nuthing To F'Wit 2) Da Mystery Of Chess Boxin' 3) Duel Of The Iron Mic 4) Fish 5) Grid Iron Rap 6) Bring The Pain 6) It's Yourz 7) Liquid Swords 8) Ice Cream 9) Uzi 10) One Blood Under W 11) Do U Really (Thang Thang) 12) What The Blood Clot 13) Careful (Click Click) 14) Protect Ya Neck 15) Bring Da Ruckus 16) Tearz 17) C.R.E.A.M. 18) Method Man 19) Reunited 20) For Heaven's Sake 21) Wu Tang 7th Chamber 22) Shadowboxin' 23) Shimmy Shimmy Ya 24) Brooklyn Zoo 25) Got Your Money 26) Cherchez La Ghost 27) La Rhumba / Black Widow Part 2 28) Da Rockwilder 29) Triumph 30) Impossible 31) Gravel Pit
Top Customer Reviews
The DVD is decently high quality, though not as good as it could be. The quality of the performance that these seven guys provide is more than enough to make up for tiny issues with the DVD editing and such. They are truly incredible!
It's really different, but really good. I bought the CD "What Is It?" and the Christmas CD. Give them a listen!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great dvd, good sound quality and picture. Their best song are on the dvd. A must have for a fan of the Clan!Published on February 6, 2014 by Pab
I actually have two copies of this DVD. Believing I had lost the first, I repurchased it ... then found the first, which I had bought after seeing the group on the Quincy Jones... Read morePublished on June 5, 2013 by Amazon Customer
If your a Wu Tang fan it's a must get! The whole crew is there performing which you might never see again!Published on February 9, 2013 by Gary Euton
Almost feels like I was there. High energy show. Highly recommended for any die hard Wu-Tang fans! Buy one for you and a friend.Published on January 23, 2013 by Alex Uribe
I was introduced to Naturally 7 as they opened for Michael Buble. Already a fan of A Cappella and vocal play groups, these guys completely blew my mind. Read morePublished on December 31, 2011 by Dea Liang
Saw them live in NO and DVD certainly does them justice. Hard to describe--needs to be seen!Published on August 10, 2010 by Nicholas A. Danna III