Newswire: You can buy Wu-Tang Clan’s one-of-a-kind album in a mere 88 years

No stranger to long delays between albums, Wu-Tang Clan is set to release Once Upon A Time In Shaolin to the public in just 88 years—a wait that is, this time, not how long it will take Raekwon to agree to come into the studio. Instead it’s just the latest conceptual wrinkle to the otherwise flat prospect of a latter-day Wu-Tang album, which the group previously announced as an extremely limited-edition, single-copy album, housed in a specially crafted jewel box, and auctioned off to the highest bidder. As Forbes reports, 88 years is when the copyright finally transfers to the album’s eventual owner, allowing them to decide whether to release it commercially, or remain a long-dead bag of bones on a desiccated planet, their vulture-picked phalanges still wrapped around it.

That actually represents a reversal of policy from the group, which previously suggested that it would first …

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