Wu-Tang Clan fans can’t stream the group’s new album, “Once Upon A Time In Shaolin.” Instead, they will have to find the anonymous buyer who bought the only copy in existence for millions of dollars.
The album was sold to an unnamed American buyer for “an undisclosed figure in the millions,” according to a statement from online auction house Paddle8.
In an age where streaming has made millions of albums available for free, Wu-Tang decided to release only one copy of their new album, which is housed in a hand-carved box and accompanied by a 174-page leather-bound manuscript “printed on. . .
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