Wu-Tang Clan's Rare Album Hits Australian Museum

The unique album 'Once Upon A Time in Shaolin' by the Wu-Tang Clan will be played at Australia's Museum of Old and New Art. Overwhelming demand has led to exhaustive ticket sales and a 5,000-strong waiting list. The event will run from June 15 to 24 with twice-daily listening sessions.

Reuters | Updated: 15-06-2024 02:30 IST | Created: 15-06-2024 02:30 IST
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Wu-Tang Clan's single-print album to play at Australian museum

U.S. hip-hop group Wu-Tang Clan's one-of-a-kind album "Once Upon A Time in Shaolin" will be played at a museum in Australia from Saturday and it has already seen overwhelming demand with free tickets exhausted, organisers said on Friday. All the timeslots for the twice-a-day listening sessions have been snapped up and there are still about 5,000 people on the waiting list, said Tasmania's Museum of Old and New Art, which will showcase the album from June 15 to 24.

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'Ready for it?' Taylor Swift's Edinburgh shows trigger earthquakes again

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Vivienne Westwood's clothes and jewels headed for auction

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