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    NOTE - best to read on a laptop/pc. Super long post.

    A few years ago I had the bright idea to put together a high quality, cd-sourced collection of all Wu-Tang Clan non-album tracks from 90-2000 (with a few exceptions). I worked on the project for about a year, then just put it to the side. I got about 99.99% complete. It was quite an experience! There was just so many rare songs that I had never heard before. I'm kind of a snob, so I know a lot of the songs can be found online, but I always like to listen to the original cd/vinyl because I think the quality is better. I ended up with 878 songs. I got really professional with it, and I broke the songs into categories, and really did my research. I mean I went through sampler tapes, white labels, import only releases, etc. I'm attaching the "Notes" file that I made that explains the whole process. Also, just to show you what one of the folders looked like, I'm including a list of the "Remixes" folder which really had a lot of cool, rare tracks.

    Remixes Folder:

    1991 - The Genius - Come Do Me (Extended Remix) (produced by Jesse West & Melquan)#.wav
    1991 - The Genius - Come Do Me (Remix_Fade) (produced by Jesse West & Melquan)#.wav
    1991 - The Genius - Words From A Genius (Remix) (produced by Rza)#.wav
    1993 - Wu-Tang Clan - Method Man (Home Grown Version) (produced by Rza).wav
    1994 - Gravediggaz - Nowhere To Run, Nowhere To Hide (Portishead Main Mix) (produced by Portishead)#.wav
    1994 - Gravediggaz - Nowhere To Run, Nowhere To Hide (Portishead Mix Part 2) (produced by Portishead).wav
    1994 - Super Cat; Method Man - Scalp Dem (Wu-Tang Mix) (produced by Rza).wav
    1994 - SWV; Wu-Tang Clan; Allen Gordon Jr., Joe - Anything (Old Skool Mix) (produced by Allstar).wav
    1994 - Wu-Tang Clan - Method Man (Crazy C. Swisher Mix) (produced by Crazy C.).wav
    1995 - Boyz II Men; Busta Rhymes; Craig Mack; Method Man; Treach - Vibin' (The New Flava) (produced by Tim & Bob).wav
    1995 - Capleton; Method Man - Wings Of The Morning (Dynamik Duo Mix) (produced by Jonathan ''Lil Jon'' Smith & Paul Lewis)#.wav
    1995 - Funkmaster Flex; Charlie Brown; Ol' Dirty Bastard; Biz Markie - Nuttin But Flavor (Vocal Remix) (produced by Beat Scott; co-produced by Joe Quindy) - VINYL.wav
    1995 - Gravediggaz - 1-800 Suicide (Dig Deep Mix) (produced by I-Roc & Jammin' James Carter).wav
    1995 - Gravediggaz - 1-800 Suicide (Flip Squad Mix) (produced by Supreme Nogga Big Kap).wav
    1995 - Gravediggaz - 1-800 Suicide (Gangsta Mix) (produced by Eric Cee, I-Roc, Jammin' James Carter).wav
    1995 - Gravediggaz - 1-800 Suicide (New Vocal Version) (produced by Prince Paul).wav
    1995 - Gravediggaz - Bang Your Head (Alternative Underdog Mix) (produced by Underdog)#.wav
    1995 - Gravediggaz - Bang Your Head (Substantial Mix) (produced by Substance).wav
    1995 - Gravediggaz - Bang Your Head (Underdog Mix) (produced by Underdog).wav
    1995 - Gravediggaz - Mommy, What's A Gravedigga_ (Prince Paul Mix) (produced by Prince Paul).wav
    1995 - Gravediggaz - Mommy, What's A Gravedigga_ (Rza Clean Mix) (produced by Rza).wav
    1995 - Gravediggaz - Mommy, What's A Gravedigga_ (Uptight Cratedigga Mix) (produced by Demon Flowers & Rodney Hunter).wav
    1995 - Gravediggaz; Blue Raspberry - 1-800 Suicide (Guillotine Mix) (produced by Rza) - VINYL.wav
    1995 - Gravediggaz; Blue Raspberry - 1-800 Suicide (Poisonous Mix Edit) (produced by Rza).wav
    1995 - Gravediggaz; Blue Raspberry - 1-800 Suicide (Poisonous Mix) (produced by Rza).wav
    1995 - Gza; Inspectah Deck; D'Angelo - Cold World (Power Mix) (produced by Bob Power).wav
    1995 - Gza; Inspectah Deck; D'Angelo - Cold World (Rza Mix) (produced by Rza).wav
    1995 - Gza; Rza - Labels (Rza Mix) (produced by Rza).wav
    1995 - Jodeci; Raekwon - Freek 'N You (Mr. Dalvin's Freek Mix II) (produced by Mr. Dalvin) - VINYL.wav
    1995 - Jodeci; Raekwon - Freek 'N You (Mr. Dalvin's Freek Mix) (produced by Mr. Dalvin)#.wav
    1995 - Jodeci; Raekwon - Freek 'N You (Mr. Dalvin's Freek Mix) (produced by Mr. Dalvin).wav
    1995 - Jodeci; Raekwon; Ghostface Killah - Freek 'N You (Mr. Dalvin's Freek Mix) (produced by Mr. Dalvin).wav
    1995 - Mariah Carey; Ol' Dirty Bastard - Fantasy (Bad Boy Fantasy) (produced by Sean ''Puffy'' Combs).wav
    1995 - Mariah Carey; Ol' Dirty Bastard - Fantasy (Bad Boy With O.D.B.) (produced by Sean ''Puffy'' Combs).wav
    1995 - Method Man - Bring The Pain (Chemical Brothers Remix) (produced by The Chemical Brothers)#.wav
    1995 - Method Man - Release Yo' Delf (New Blood Mix) (produced by New Blood)#.wav
    1995 - Method Man - Release Yo' Delf (Prodigy Mix) (produced by The Prodigy)#.wav
    1995 - Method Man - The Riddler (Hide-out Remix) (produced by Rza).wav
    1995 - Method Man; Booster - Bring The Pain (Remix) (produced by Rza; produced by Carlos Bess)#.wav
    1995 - Method Man; Mary J. Blige - I'll Be There For You_You're All I Need To Get By (Keep It Tight Mix) (produced by Dodge)#.wav
    1995 - Method Man; Mary J. Blige - I'll Be There For You_You're All I Need To Get By (Puff Daddy Mix) (produced by Sean ''Puffy'' Combs)#.wav
    1995 - Method Man; Mary J. Blige - I'll Be There For You_You're All I Need To Get By (Razor Sharp Mix) (produced by Rza)#.wav
    1995 - Method Man; Mary J. Blige - I'll Be There For You_You're All I Need To Get By (Soul Inside Edit) (produced by Dodge)#.wav
    1995 - Method Man; Redman - How How (Remix) (produced by Erick Sermon).wav
    1995 - Ol' Dirty Bastard - Brooklyn Zoo (Clean Lord Digga Remix) (produced by Lord Digga).wav
    1995 - Ol' Dirty Bastard - Brooklyn Zoo (Lord Digga Remix) (produced by Lord Digga).wav
    1995 - Ol' Dirty Bastard - Give It To Ya Raw (SD50 Remix) (produced by SD50).wav
    1995 - Ol' Dirty Bastard; E-40; MC Eiht - Shimmy Shimmy Ya (Studio Ton Remix) (produced by Studio Ton).wav
    1995 - Onyx; Method Man - Evil Streets (Dirty Remix) (produced by Fredro Starr) - VINYL.wav
    1995 - Shaquille O'Neal; Rza; Method Man - No Hook (Niles Flip DaScrip Mix) (produced by Dave Greenberg, Niles, Pat Steele).wav
    1995 - Shaquille O'Neal; Rza; Method Man - No Hook (Niles Radio Remix) (produced by Dave Greenberg, Niles, Pat Steele).wav
    1995 - Shaquille O'Neal; Rza; Method Man - No Hook (Rza's Remix) (produced by Rza).wav
    1995 - Shaquille O'Neal; Rza; Method Man - No Hook (Waterbed Remix) (produced by Ron G).wav
    1995 - The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion; Killah Priest - Greyhound Part 2 (produced by Gza).wav
    1996 - AZ; Raekwon - Doe Or Die (Remix) (produced by Rza).wav
    1996 - B-Real; Busta Rhymes; Coolio; LL Cool J; Method Man - Hit 'Em High (The Monstars' Anthem) (Extended Track Masters Remix) (produced by Trackmasters).wav
    1996 - Babyface; Ghostface Killah; Sean ''Puffy'' Combs - This Is For The Lover In You (Puffy's Face To Face Mix) (produced by Sean ''Puffy'' Combs & Stevie J).wav
    1996 - Bounty Killer; Masta Killa - Eyes A Bleed (Rza Remix) (produced by Rza).wav
    1996 - Bounty Killer; Raekwon - War Face (Ask Fi War) (Remix) (produced by Rza).wav
    1996 - Busta Rhymes; Ol' Dirty Bastard - Woo-Hah!! Got You All In Check (The World Wide Remix) (produced by Rashad Smith).wav
    1996 - Cappadonna; Drastic Measures - Taking Drastic Measures (Cyphamix) (produced by J. Mob) - TAPE.wav
    1996 - Cappadonna; Drastic Measures - Taking Drastic Measures (Cyphamix) (produced by J. Mob) - VINYL.wav
    1996 - Gina Thompson; Craig Mack; Mr. Mike Nitty; Raekwon - The Things That You Do (Darkchild Beat Mix) (produced by Rodney Jerkins) - VINYL#.wav
    1996 - Gina Thompson; Craig Mack; Mr. Mike Nitty; Raekwon - The Things That You Do (Darkchild Beat Mix) (produced by Rodney Jerkins)#.wav
    1996 - Gina Thompson; Craig Mack; Mr. Mike Nitty; Raekwon - The Things That You Do (Darkchild Radio) (produced by Rodney Jerkins).wav
    1996 - Gina Thompson; Craig Mack; Mr. Mike Nitty; Raekwon - The Things That You Do (Darkchild Remix) (produced by Rodney Jerkins).wav
    1996 - Parliament; Busta Rhymes; Ol' Dirty Bastard; Q-Tip; P-Funk - Flashlight (The GrooveMasters' Mix) (produced by George Clinton).wav
    1996 - Raekwon; Blue Raspberry - Rainy Dayz (Remix - Clean) (produced by Mr. Dalvin).wav
    1996 - Raekwon; Ghostface Killah; Blue Raspberry - Rainy Dayz (Long Dirty Mix) (produced by Mr. Dalvin).wav
    1996 - Real Live; Ghostface Killah; Cappadonna; Killa Sin; Lord Tariq - Real Live Shit (Remix) (produced by K-Def).wav
    1997 - Bj”rk - Bachelorette (Rza Remix) (produced by Rza).wav
    1997 - Blackstreet; Ol' Dirty Bastard - Fix (Main Mix - Just Rap) (produced by Teddy Riley).wav
    1997 - Blackstreet; Ol' Dirty Bastard; Slash - Fix (Main Mix) (produced by Teddy Riley) - VINYL.wav
    1997 - Blackstreet; Ol' Dirty Bastard; Slash - Fix (Main Mix) (produced by Teddy Riley).wav
    1997 - Dog Eat Dog; Rza - Step Right In (And.Ypsilon Steps In [Club Version]) (produced by And.Ypsilon & DJ Zaphod).wav
    1997 - Dog Eat Dog; Rza - Step Right In (And.Ypsilon Steps In [Radio Edit]) (produced by And.Ypsilon & DJ Zaphod).wav
    1997 - Dog Eat Dog; Rza - Step Right In (Fantastic Plastic Machine Entertainment Mix) (produced by Tomoyuki Tanaka; co-produced by Yukihiro Fukotomi).wav
    1997 - Dog Eat Dog; Rza - Step Right In (Junkie XL Mix) (produced by Tom Holkenborg).wav
    1997 - Dog Eat Dog; Rza - Step Right In (SEDA Mix) (produced by SEDA).wav
    1997 - Dog Eat Dog; Rza - Step Right In (Wisedog Mix) (produced by Daniel Wise).wav
    1997 - En Vogue; Ol' Dirty Bastard - Whatever (The Tumblin' Dice Remix) (Extended Club Remix) (produced by Rashad Smith; co-produced by Armanda Colon).wav
    1997 - En Vogue; Ol' Dirty Bastard - Whatever (The Tumblin' Dice Remix) (Radio Remix) (produced by Rashad Smith; co-produced by Armanda Colon).wav
    1997 - Ghostface Killah; Mary J. Blige - All That I Got Is You (Remix) (produced by DJ Mighty Mi) - VINYL.wav
    1997 - Gravediggaz - The Night The Earth Cried (Diamond J Remix) (produced by Diamond J).wav
    1997 - Gravediggaz - The Night The Earth Cried (DJ I-Cue Remix) (produced by DJ I-Cue) - VINYL.wav
    1997 - Gravediggaz - The Night The Earth Cried (Ultimatum Remix) (produced by Ultimatum).wav
    1997 - Omar; Ol' Dirty Bastard - Say Nothin' (Scratch Professor And Omar's Dark Mix) (produced by Omar & Scratch Professor).wav
    1997 - Omar; Ol' Dirty Bastard; Pretty Penny - Say Nothin' (Structure Rize Remix) (produced by Structure Rize).wav
    1997 - Peaches; Ol' Dirty Bastard - Next To You (Phase 5 Remix) (produced by Phase 5 & Yo Akim).wav
    1997 - Raekwon; Method Man; Rza; Masta Killa - Wu-Gambino's (Hidden Chamber Remix) (produced by Rza).wav
    1998 - Another Level; Ghostface Killah - I Want You For Myself (C&J Mix) (produced by Cutfather & Joe).wav
    1998 - Another Level; Ghostface Killah; Ignorants - I Want You For Myself (Ignorants Remix) (produced by Trell And Marshall).wav
    1998 - Buddha Monk; Ol' Dirty Bastard - Got's Like Come On Thru (Freundeskreis-Remix) (produced by Freundeskreis).wav
    1998 - Buddha Monk; Ol' Dirty Bastard - Got's Like Come On Thru (Prisoners Of Technology Remix) (produced by Prisoners Of Technology).wav
    1998 - Buddha Monk; Ol' Dirty Bastard - Got's Like Come On Thru (Silly-Walks-Soundsystem-Remix) (produced by Silly Walks Soundsystem).wav
    1998 - Cappadonna; Tekitha - Black Boy (Coldfingha - Mellowbag - Remix) (produced by Coldfingha).wav
    1998 - Cappadonna; Tekitha - Black Boy (DJ B. Side - Mellowbag - Remix) (produced by DJ B. Side).wav
    1998 - Davina; Ol' Dirty Bastard; La The Darkman - So Good (So Dirty Remix) (produced by Davina).wav
    1998 - Gravediggaz - Unexplained (Kasz Mix) (produced by Kasz).wav
    1998 - Gravediggaz - Unexplained (Natural Born Chillers Remix) (produced by Natural Born Chillers).wav
    1998 - Gravediggaz - Unexplained (Vinyl Blair Rework) (produced by Vinyl Blair).wav
    1998 - Pras Michel; Ol' Dirty Bastard; Mya - Ghetto Supastar (That Is What You Are) (The Black Apple Remix) (produced by Bill Appleberry & Phil Blackman).wav
    1998 - Texas; Wu-Tang Clan - Say What You Want (All Day, Every Day) (Extended Version) (produced by Rza; additional production by Johnny McElhone).wav
    1998 - Texas; Wu-Tang Clan - Say What You Want (All Day, Every Day) (produced by Rza; additional production by Johnny McElhone) (2).wav
    1998 - Texas; Wu-Tang Clan - Say What You Want (All Day, Every Day) (produced by Rza; additional production by Johnny McElhone).wav
    1998 - Texas; Wu-Tang Clan - Say What You Want (All Day, Every Day) (Trailermen Mix) (produced by Trailermen).wav
    1998 - Tony-D; Ol' Dirty Bastard - Homeless (Additional Radio Edit) (produced by House Of Boom).wav
    1998 - Tony-D; Ol' Dirty Bastard - Homeless (O.D.B. Mix) (produced by House Of Boom) - VINYL.wav
    1998 - Wu-Tang Clan - Reunited (DJ Westbam B-Boy Remix) (produced by WestBam) - VINYL.wav
    1998 - Wu-Tang Clan - Reunited (DJ Westbam B-Boy Remix) (produced by WestBam).wav
    1998 - Wu-Tang Clan - Reunited (Mix By Funkst”rung) (produced by Funkst”rung, Chris De Luca, Michael Fakesch) - VINYL.wav
    1998 - Wu-Tang Clan - Reunited (Mix By Funkst”rung) (produced by Funkst”rung, Chris De Luca, Michael Fakesch).wav
    1998 - Wu-Tang Clan - Reunited (Mix By Huthunter) (produced by Hithunter).wav
    1998 - Wu-Tang Clan - Reunited (Mix By WestBam) (produced by WestBam & Jankuhn) - VINYL.wav
    1998 - Wu-Tang Clan - Reunited (Mix By WestBam) (produced by WestBam & Jankuhn).wav
    1998 - Wu-Tang Clan - Reunited (Mix By Zulutronic) (produced by Zulutronic, Jammin' Unit, Kerosene) - VINYL.wav
    1998 - Wu-Tang Clan - Reunited (Mix By Zulutronic) (produced by Zulutronic, Jammin' Unit, Kerosene).wav
    1999 - Blondie; Coolie; Mobb Deep; U-God; Inspectah Deck - No Exit (The Loud Rock Remix) (Radio Version) (produced by Charlene Thomas).wav
    1999 - Blondie; Mobb Deep; U-God; Inspectah Deck - No Exit (The Infamous Hip Rock Version) (Radio Version) (produced by Havoc).wav
    1999 - Blondie; Mobb Deep; U-God; Inspectah Deck - No Exit (The Loud Rock Remix) (Radio Version) (produced by Charlene Thomas) - VINYL.wav
    1999 - Gza; Inspectah Deck; Masta Killa - Breaker, Breaker (Remix)#.wav
    1999 - Gza; Killah Priest; Res - Beneath The Surface (Club Remix - Radio) (produced by Inspectah Deck).wav
    1999 - Ja Rule; Method Man; Nas; Vita; DMX - Grand Finale (Remix) (Radio Edit) - VINYL#.wav
    1999 - K-Ci & JoJo; Inspectah Deck - Life (Remix) - VINYL#.wav
    1999 - Method Man - Judgement Day (Roni Size Remix) (produced by Roni Size).wav
    1999 - Method Man - Judgement Day (Super Jupiter Remix) (produced by DJ Super Jupiter).wav
    1999 - Method Man - Judgement Day (Tricky Remix) (produced by Tricky).wav
    1999 - Method Man; D'Angelo - Break Ups 2 Make Ups (DJ Krush Remix) (produced by DJ Krush).wav
    1999 - Method Man; D'Angelo - Break Ups 2 Make Ups (Remix) (Radio Edit) (produced by Timbaland).wav
    1999 - Ol' Dirty Bastard; Kelis - Got Your Money (DJ Dee Kline And Ed209 Breakbeat Mix) (produced by EJ Dee Kline & Ed209).wav
    1999 - Ol' Dirty Bastard; Kelis - Got Your Money (DJ Dee Kline And Ed209 Vocal Mix) (produced by EJ Dee Kline & Ed209).wav
    1999 - Pharoahe Monch; Lady Luck; Redman; Method Man; Shabaam Sahdeeq; Busta Rhymes - Simon Says (Remix) (produced by Pharoahe Monch).wav
    1999 - Pharoahe Monch; Redman; Method Man - Simon Says (Remix) (produced by Pharoahe Monch).wav
    1999 - The Beatnuts; Method Man - Se Acabo (Translated Remix) (produced by The Beatnuts).wav
    2000 - DJ Tomekk; Gza; Curse; Prodigal Sunn; Stieber Twins - Ich Lebe Fr Hip Hop (DJ Tomekk Mix) (produced by DJ Tomekk & Tom-As) - VINYL.wav
    2000 - DJ Tomekk; Gza; Curse; Prodigal Sunn; Stieber Twins - Ich Lebe Fr Hip Hop (Stieber Twins Remix) (produced by Stieber Twins).wav
    2000 - DJ Tomekk; Gza; Curse; Prodigal Sunn; Stieber Twins - Ich Lebe Fr Hip Hop (True Busyness Remix) (produced by Busy).wav
    2000 - Ghostface Killah; U-God; Madam Majestic - Cherchez LaGhost (Heartbeat Remix) (produced by Carlos Bess).wav
    2000 - Limp Bizki; DMX; Method Man; Redman - Rollin' (Urban Assault Vehicle) (produced by Swizz Beatz).wav
    2000 - Mary J. Blige; Ghostface Killah - Your Child (Kiyamma Griffin's Uptempo Mix) (produced by Floyd Howard & Kiyamma Griffin).wav
    2000 - Muggs; Gza - When The Fat Lady Sings (Remix) (produced by Muggs).wav
    2000 - Nigo; Gza; Prodigal Sunn - K.F.F. 2000 (Bow Remix) (produced by Shinco).wav
    2000 - Nigo; Gza; Prodigal Sunn - K.F.F. 2000 (Force Of Nature Remix) (produced by Force Of Nature).wav
    2000 - Ruff Endz; Ghostface Killah; Cam'ron; Raekwon; Puerto Rock - No More (Soul Central Remix) (Dirty) - VINYL.wav
    2000 - Ruff Endz; Raekwon; Ghostface Killah - Cuban Linx 2000 (produced by Stretch Armstrong).wav
    2000 - Ruff Endz; Raekwon; Ghostface Killah - No More (Cuban Linx 2000 Remix) (Dirty) (produced by Stretch Armstrong) - VINYL.wav
    2000 - Twigy; Muro; Rino Latina II - ??? Pt. 2 (The Rza Remix) (produced by Rza & Padron).wav
    2000 - Wu-Tang Clan; Kardinal Offishall - Careful (Click, Click) (Kardinal Remix) (Vocal Up - Long Intro) (produced by Rza)#.wav
    2000 - Wu-Tang Clan; Kardinal Offishall - Careful (Click, Click) (Kardinal Remix) (Vocal Up - Short Intro) (produced by Rza)#.wav
    2001 - Afu-Ra; Gza - Bigacts Littleacts (DJ Premier Remix) (Explicit) (produced by DJ Premier).wav
    2001 - Ol' Dirty Bastard - Shimmy Shimmy Ya (Dog Town Remix) (produced by Dog Town Productions).wav
    2001 - Ol' Dirty Bastard - Shimmy Shimmy Ya (Soul Society Remix) (produced by The Soul Society).wav
    2001 - Wu-Tang Clan; Blak Twang - Careful (Click, Click) (Twang-Vs-Tang Mix) (produced by Rza).wav
    2001 - Wu-Tang Clan; Ch‚ - Careful (Click, Click) (Brown Panthers Mix) (produced by Rza) - VINYL.wav
    2001 - Wu-Tang Clan; Curse - Careful (Click, Click) (Alles Real Mix) (produced by Rza).wav
    2001 - Wu-Tang Clan; Le Rat Luciano - Careful (Click, Click) (Le Rat Remix) (produced by Rza) - VINYL.wav
    2002 - G. Dep; Craig Mack; Ghostface Killah; Keith Murray - Special Delivery (Remix) (produced by EZ Elpee).wav
    2002 - Rza; Fat Joe; Method Man; Ndira - La Rhumba (Re-mix) (produced by True Master).wav
    2002 - Žrsenik; Rza - Shaolin, 6Šme Chaudron (Remix) (produced by Djimi Finger).wav


    NOTES:

    The Wu-Tang Collection: The Master Files (A Digital Archive)

    This collection contains nearly all officially and unofficially released Wu-Tang Clan members' non-album songs from 1991-2000. Any song which features a Wu-Tang Clan member's original vocal appearance, or which is produced by Rza, is included.

    Any songs that are featured on the main album releases from the official members of the Wu-Tang Clan are not included in this collection.*

    All files are in WAVE format, and have been first sourced from the highest quality original source material (e.g., cd, vinyl, tape), if possible. In general an attempt has been made to source first from compact discs, and then from vinyl, then tape, if necessary. However, for example, if a song was first released on a certain media (e.g., tape), and then all subsequent appearances of that song were on another media which sourced their copy from the original source (tape), then the original version would be included in this collection (tape), if possible to obtain.

    Any song sourced from vinyl has "VINYL" added to the end of its filename, while any song source from tape has "TAPE" added to the end of its filename. If neither one of these is present, then the song has been sourced from cd. If the attempt to source from the original material was unsuccessful, and a lesser quality version is included, then that will be noted below.

    While I have attempted to obtain a reasonably conditioned vinyl when needing to perform a rip, I have not been obsessive in regards to attempting to obtain the finest quality available. I have chosen to obtain, in general, records which are in VG+ condition, but have settled for inferior quality in the case of records which are extremely difficult to obtain.

    Most vinyl rips were made with a Numark TT200 deck with a Stanton 500-II cartridge, connecting to Creative Soundblaster, connecting to a pc, and recording at 90% volume, then adding 50% level noise reduction and hiss reduction. The files were then normalized to -1dB. This has proven to give the best possible audio results in most instances.

    A few vinyl rips were supplied by others, and I am unsure how they were recorded.

    Most tape rips were made with a Nakamichi DR-3, connecting to a Creative Soundblaster, connecting to a pc, and recording at 100% volume, then adding 50% level noise reduction and hiss reduction. This has proven to give the best possible audio results in most instances.

    A few tape rips were supplied by contributors, and I am unsure how they were recorded.

    On a few occassions I have included two copies of the same song, which have been sourced from different media. So there will be a vinyl copy, as well as a cd copy. I only rarely did this when I felt that the cd copy should be included due to its rarity, or that both copies should be included due to a difference in audio quality.

    In general, the year attributed to each song reflects the year that it was first issued in cd format. Any exceptions to this rule are noted below.

    Freestyles are generally omitted from this collection, unless they were officially released in good quality. I have, however, attempted to include some of the more well known and significant freestyles in the MP3 section.

    In respect to remixes, whoever did the remix is attributed as the producer, even though technically the song may have been listed as being produced by another individual.

    No songs have been included which only feature a vocal or musical sample from a separate Wu-Tang Clan song. For example, The Cover Girls' song "I Am Woman (Hip Hop Long Mix)" features a vocal sample of Method Man & Redman from the song "How High", but does not feature an original vocal appearance. Therefore it has not been included.

    Some exceptions have been made regarding the inclusion of songs released before and after 2000. These exceptions are explained under the section below which defines each category (Soundtracks, Compilations, Guest Features, etc.).

    Identical songs only appear once in this collection. Sometimes a song could have been placed in multiple folders, and I have had to make a decisions as to what folder the song most appropriately deserved to belong in. Therefore no two songs included in this collection are identical. However, as indicated above, sometimes I have included a cd version and a vinyl version. I have also, in the MP3 section, included the same song twice if both versions offer something that the other one does not (for instance, one version has better audio quality, but the other version has a greater duration). Also, a few songs are included in both the MP3 section, and in the main sections, if these songs either differ in duration or differ in quality in some way.

    For the sake of consistency, artists' names are spelled only a single way throughout, with the most common spelling generally being used. For instance, even though he appears as "Ghost Face Killer" on "Glaciers Of Ice", he is referred to as "Ghostface Killah" throughout this collection. I have employed "Rza" throughout, although technically it should be "RZA" or "The RZA". However, I have used "The Genius" and "Prince Rakeem" for their earlier releases with regards to their offically released vocal appearances on a track, but have used "Gza" and "Rza" with regards to their production credits on the same tracks.

    I have decided to include a section of non WAVE files (section #12 "MP3s"), which is comprised of songs of generally poor and inferior quality. Generally, these are early demo or alternate versions of well known songs that have made an appearance on mixtapes as time has past, or have surfaced on the internet. This section also includes any other difficult to find songs which I was only able to track down in MP3 format. For example, any of the songs from the original "36 Chambers" demo tape, the original "6 Feet Deep" demo tape, songs which were later released on various J-Love mixtapes of alternate versions of songs from the early years of the Wu-Tang Clan, various other songs that only appeared on mixtapes, early freestyles, early video appearances, sampler tapes that I was unable to locate a copy of, etc.

    Regarding the filename, I have generally used the following method:

    Year - Artist; Artist - Song Name (produced by Artist)

    I understand that this can make for extremely long filenames, which can present problems. However I have chosen this method for a few reasons. For this collection I wanted to source all songs, if possible, in WAVE format. However not all songs will have their tag information properly displayed, even after it is edited. Therefore in order to make the collection as consistent and as clean as possible, I decided to delete all tag information, and to label all files according to the method above. I have also applied this method to any MP3s in this collection as well. However, I have also created a complimentray collection in which all WAVE files have been converted to FLAC files, and have had all relevant tag information added, as well as all MP3s having all tag information added as well.

    Also, any song which appeared on a mixtape, and which I was able to identify which mixtape it appeared on, I have indicated by placing the name of the DJ as the first artist in the filename, and then I have placed the name of the tape at the end of the filename, in brackets. However sometimes I have only been able to identify the DJ, and not the name of the tape. Here is what it looks like:

    Year - DJ; Artist; Artist - Song Name (produced by Artist) [Name Of Mixtape Which It Appeared On]

    Any place where a "_" is used in a filename, it is being used as a substitution for a character that is unable to be used (generally either a "/" or "?").



    Folder Methodology

    1. Soundtracks - This includes any song that appeared on a soundtrack, even if that song was later released on one of the main albums, in which case I have added "(OST)" after the song name to indiciate that this version of the song was taken from a soundtrack, and not from the main album. In some instances the songs are identical, however in other instances the songs slightly vary. I have considered "Ghost Dog: The Way Of The Samauri (The Album)" as a soundtrack, as well as "Wu-Tang: Shaolin Style" (the PlayStation game). Song which were only produced by Rza but did not feature a Wu-Tang member appear in the "Rza Outside Production" section.

    2. Compilations - This includes any song that appeared on a various artists compilation, even if that compilation was put together or produced by a single artist, such as "The Soul Assassins (Chapter 1)" or "The Swarm (Volume 1)". Songs which were only produced by Rza but did not feature a Wu-Tang member appear in the "Rza Outside Production" section.

    3. Remixes - This includes any song that was either a remix of a Wu-Tang song, or a remix of another artists' song that features a Wu-Tang member. In some instances I have also included a clean version of the remix in this section if it is slightly different from the explicit version, or if no explicit version exists. In the case where there is a "(2)" after the filename, that indicates that there are two songs with the same filename, but that they differ from one another and therefore they have both been included. Also, sometimes the cd version and the vinyl version of the same song differ, or the quality differs, and so they have both been included. I have also included a few remixes that were released after 2000, but which were remixes of songs which were released before 2001. I have also included a few remixes of songs that were released after 2000, but which I considered to be worthy of inclusion.

    4. Singles (B-Sides, Alternate Versions, Clean Versions) - This is the section where I exercised the most discretion. Generally, this section contains songs that were released on either vinyl or cd singles, but which do not appear anywhere else; songs which are radio edits or that are single versions which differ from the main release enough to be included; and it also includes clean versions of songs which I determined vary substanitally enough to warrant inclusion, as well as clean versions of remixes that I have the explicit version of. I have included a few songs from the main Wu-Tang Clan group albums which were released after 2000.

    5. Bonus Tracks - This includes all bonus tracks that were released on the main albums, as well as all bonus tracks that were released on the group albums after 2000.

    6. Rare - This includes any song that I felt deserved a special designation due to how difficult it is to find in high quality. I have included some songs from after 2000 that I felt needed to be included to add to the completion of the collection. I have also included some songs from DJ mixtapes, such as DJ Green Lantern mixtapes from the late 90's, where he remixes current Wu-Tang songs with either older Wu-Tang instrumentals, or with current hip-hop instrumentals. These mixtape rips are of average quality, but the best that I could find.

    7. Guest Features - This includes songs which a Wu-Tang member makes a guest appearance on another artists' song, and that Rza does not produce.

    8. Rza Outside Production - This includes any song which does not feature a Wu-Tang member, but which Rza produces.

    9. Guest Features With Rza Outside Production - This includes songs which a Wu-Tang member makes a guest appearance on another artists' song, and that Rza does produce.

    10. White Labels - This includes song which appeared on white label vinyl records for a variety of reasons. Most times these songs were unauthorized remixes, freestyles, rare versions, or appeared on an authorized bootleg compilation for one reason or another. In some instances the songs were released as white labels due to sample clearance issues. I have tried to keep this section to a minimum.

    11. Interviews - In this section I have included the full versions of various promotional interview cds that were released in the lead up to an album. For the most part these are interviews which feature Rza. For this section I have named files within an album according to the following method:

    Year - Track Number - Artist - Question

    12. Samplers, Snippets, Mixtapes - This section contains full rips of various promotional sampler tapes/cds that were released for the main albums, as well as a few of the offical mixtapes (cds) from Mathematics that were released in promotion of future albums. I have also included a few bonus sampler/mixtapes that were released in promotion of Wu-fam albums.

    I have distinguished between sampler tapes and snippet tapes in the following manner:

    Sampler tapes have some unique contents to them, even if it may just be a unique intro, if it is hosted by somebody, or it has some exclusive song with does not appear elsewhere.

    Snippet tapes do not have any unique content to them. Each and every individual track is just snippet or a full version of a released, or soon to be released, song.

    In the case of sampler/snippet tapes, I have not separated the tracks from Side A and from Side B. I have also therefore not listed any producer credits. In the case of the mixtapes (cds) I have not listed any producer credits either, and I have also slightly altered some song names in order to make them agree with the officially released name of the song. In the case of sampler/snippet cds, I have individually labeled each track within the album according to the following method, if possible:

    Year - Track Number - Artist; Artist - Song Name (produced by Artist)

    In the case of snippets, I have listed all artist's in the filename that appear on the offically released version of the song, even if they do not appear on the snippet due to the shortened length. There are also a few snippets which are actually slight edits, where the verses have been rearranged from the original release. I have labeled these as "Edits" as opposed to "Snippets".

    13. MP3s - As discussed above, this section includes songs for a variety of reasons. They may have been early demo versions of songs which do not appear in high quality format, or extremely rare songs that I was unable to locate in high quality format. Generally the quality is inferior, but I have attempted to include the highest quality version of the song which I was able to locate. In some instances I have included 2 versions of the same song if the quality is variable or if the versions are slightly different. This is to be consired as an appendix to the main collection, and as such I did not include any notes for these songs. I have done my best to accurately label each song, and to attribute producer credits when they are obvious. However, for many of these songs it is impossible to label them accurately considering their unknown or ambiguous origins. I have therefore not included what source the song was ripped from, as I do not know. I have, however, made an estimate as to the date of composition and the producer on some of the songs where no information is available (I have indicated this with a "+" at then end of the filename). Generally this applies to the early demos, which are difficult to accurately label. I have therefore labeled the majority of these songs as being composed in 1992 (However, for songs which appeared on mixtapes, I have tried to accurately identify their first appearance, and to use this year of their first appearance as the year in the filename, even though the song was obviously recorded at an earlier date). I have also decided to generally attribute the songs, which were later officially released, to the artist whose album the song was released on, and for other demos which were not officially released I have listed each artist individually. It is also possible that some of these songs are impostures, being fan-made remixes, but I have attempted to not include any of those. However sometimes I included a song due to conflicting information, and I decided to error on the side of inclusion rather than exclusion. Also, I have included a few songs based upon information from the "DJ Wuki" package, where he attributed Rza production to a few songs. Finally, this collection is in no ways complete.



    Any song filename that ends in "#" contains a note below.

    #
    1991 - Prince Rakeem - Ooh I Love You Rakeem (produced by Rza) - Taken from the release "Tommy Boy Essentials: Hip Hop Vol. 1" (TBCD 1461).

    1991 - The Genius - Come Do Me (Remix/Fade/Extended Remix) (produced by Jesse West & Melquan) - There does not appear to be any difference from the album version found on "Words From The Genius" (9 26475-2) and the remix version found on the promo cd (PRO-CD-4477). Therefore the remix version has not been included in this collection. However on the album version the producer is listed as Jesse West, whereas on the promo cd, and on the vinyl single, the remix is credited to both Jesse West and Melquan. The album version is taken from the 2006 Reissue (TEG-77501-2). The other versions are taken from the promo cd.

    1991 - The Genius - Words From A Genius (Remix) (produced by Rza) - Taken from the 2006 Reissue (TEG-77501-2).

    1992 - Wu-Tang Clan - After The Laughter Comes Tears (Instrumental) (produced by Rza) - VINYL - Sourced from the repress of the independent release on Wu-Tang Records (PR 234). This version was originally sped up from the actual release, so I have applied -.24% speed change in order to extend the length.

    1992 - Wu-Tang Clan - After The Laughter Comes Tears (Vocal) (produced by Rza) - VINYL - Sourced from the repress of the independent release on Wu-Tang Records (PR 234). This version was originally sped up from the actual release, so I have applied -.24% speed change in order to extend the length.

    1992 - Wu-Tang Clan - Protect Ya Neck (Bloody Version) (produced by Rza) - VINYL - Sourced from the repress of the independent release on Wu-Tang Records (PR 234). This version was originally sped up from the actual release, so I have applied -.24% speed change in order to extend the length.

    1992 - Wu-Tang Clan - Protect Ya Neck (Instrumental) (produced by Rza) - VINYL - Sourced from the repress of the independent release on Wu-Tang Records (PR 234). This version was originally sped up from the actual release, so I have applied -.24% speed change in order to extend the length.

    1992 - Wu-Tang Clan - Protect Ya Neck (Radio Version) (produced by Rza) - VINYL - Sourced from the repress of the independent release on Wu-Tang Records (PR 234). This version was originally sped up from the actual release, so I have applied -.24% speed change in order to extend the length.

    1994 - Gravediggaz - Constant Elevation (Unreleased Vocal Version) (produced by Prince Paul) - Taken from the 2005 Prince Paul release "Hip Hop Gold Dust" (ANTCD116). I have left the intro intact, and removed the outro which appears to be an unrelated skit.

    1994 - Gravediggaz - Nowhere To Run, Nowhere To Hide (C64 Mix) - Taken from the Gravediggaz bootleg cd-r release "Scenes From The Graveyard...". This bootleg was a high quality compilation featuring some rare official remixes, as well as some unofficial remixes that do not appear elsewhere, and are likely not endorsed by the band. This song does not appear on any other release.

    1994 - Gravediggaz - Nowhere To Run, Nowhere To Hide (Portishead Main Mix) (produced by Portishead) - Taken from the Gravediggaz bootleg cd-r release "Scenes From The Graveyard...". This was only released on the Gee Street 12" (GEET61DJ), where it is labeled as "Nowhere To Run (Portishead Main Mix)".

    1994 - Ron G; Raekwon; Killa Sin; KRS-One; The Notorious B.I.G.; O.C. - Stop The Breaks - VINYL - Sourced from a UK vinyl release "Unreleased Vinyl Chronicles Vol. 2", which was comprised of 4 unreleased songs by The Notorious B.I.G. This song originally appeared on the 1994 Ron G mixtape "It's On! Part 2", where it contained a complete verse from O.C. at the end, which is only partly included on this copy. Although not listed, the song has been credited as being produced by Ron G.

    1994 - Scientifik; Rza - As Long As You Know (Poisonous Mix) (produced by Rza) Taken from the 2006 Reissue (TEG-4502).

    1994 - The Genius; Prince Rakeem - Pass The Bone (produced by Gza & Rza) - Taken from the 2006 Reissue (TEG-77501-2).

    1995 - B2 - Raekwon - Freestyle (Skit) - VINYL - This is the same freestyle which was included as the opening track on Raekwon's "Latest & Greatest Hits" sampler tape (LD-4).

    1995 - Capleton; Method Man - Wings Of The Morning (Dynamik Duo Mix) (produced by Jonathan ''Lil Jon'' Smith & Paul Lewis) - Taken from the 2014 Deluxe Edition Reissue (B0021325-02).

    1995 - Gravediggaz - Bang Your Head (Alternative Underdog Version) (produced by Underdog) - Taken from the Bite It! Records Underdogs' release "Underdogs Greatest Bits Volume 2" (UDCDPROMO002). This release was a compilation, with many songs, such as this one, being taken from the vinyl release. This song originally was only released on the 2LP Gravediggaz "6 Feet Deep E.P." (GEETD 62DJ).

    1995 - Jodeci; Raekwon - Freek 'N You (Mr. Dalvin's Freek Mix) (produced by Mr. Dalvin) - Taken from the 2000 MCA promo cd release (MCAR 25066-2). This is a shortened version of the original track.

    1995 - Inspectah Deck - Let Me At Them (produced by Inspectah Deck) - Credited as a "Wu-Tang Clan" song in the liner notes.

    1995 - Method Man - Bring The Pain (Chemical Brothers Remix) (produced by The Chemical Brothers) - Taken from the 2014 Deluxe Edition Reissue (B0021325-02).

    1995 - Method Man; Booster - Bring The Pain (Remix) (produced by Rza; produced by Carlos Bess) - Taken from the 2014 Deluxe Edition Reissue (B0021325-02), where it is listed as being produced by Rza, with remix and additional production by Carlos Bess. However, on the original 1995 12" single for "Release Yo' Delf" (422 854 185-1) the remix is listed as produced by Carlos Bess.

    1995 - Method Man; Mary J. Blige - I'll Be There For You_You're All I Need To Get By (Keep It Tight Mix) (produced by Dodge) - Taken from the 2014 Deluxe Edition Reissue (B0021325-02).

    1995 - Method Man; Mary J. Blige - I'll Be There For You/You're All I Need To Get By (Puff Daddy Mix) (produced by Puff Daddy) - Taken from the 2014 Deluxe Edition Reissue (B0021325-02).

    1995 - Method Man; Mary J. Blige - I'll Be There For You_You're All I Need To Get By (Razor Sharp Mix) (produced by Rza) - Taken from the 2014 Deluxe Edition Reissue (B0021325-02).

    1995 - Method Man; Mary J. Blige - I'll Be There For You_You're All I Need To Get By (Soul Inside Edit) (produced by Dodge) - Taken from the 2014 Deluxe Edition Reissue (B0021325-02).

    1995 - Method Man; Redman - Double Deuces - VINYL - Sourced from the promo 12" (RM-2021).

    1995 - Method Man; Redman - Double Deuces (Remix) - VINYL - Sourced from the promo 12" (RM-2021).

    1995 - Method Man - Release Yo' Delf (New Blood Mix) (produced by New Blood) - Taken from the 2014 Deluxe Edition Reissue (B0021325-02).

    1995 - Method Man - Release Yo' Delf (Prodigy Mix) (produced by The Prodigy) - Taken from the 2014 Deluxe Edition Reissue (B0021325-02).

    1995 - Ol' Dirty Bastard - Don't You Know Part II (produced by Rza) - Taken from the 2011 Get On Down Deluxed Box Set Reissue of "Return To The 36 Chambers: The Dirty Version) (GET-52711).

    1995 - Ol' Dirty Bastard; Brooklyn Zoo - Freestyle/Shimmy Shimmy Ya/Brooklyn Zoo (Live) - Taken from the 1995 Elektra promo cd release (PRCD 9325-2). This was recorded live at Clinton Studios, New York, NY. It consists of Ol' Dirty Bastard and members of Brooklyn Zoo performing for over 20 minutes.

    1995 - Onyx; Method Man - Evil Streets (Remix Dirty) (produced by Fredro Starr) - Sourced from the 2008 Iceman Music Group cd release "Cold Cold Files (Vol. 1)" (ICE-CD-11), which is a collection of rare Onyx songs. I have adjusted the speed by -0.2% in order to have the playback the same length as the original vinyl release.

    1996 - 2Pac; Dat Nigga Daz; Kurupt; Redman; Method Man - Got My Mind Made Up (produced by Dat Nigga Daz) - Taken from the 2004 Koch Remaster (KOC-CD-5800).

    1996 - Gina Thompson; Craig Mack; Mr. Mike Nitty; Raekwon - The Things That You Do (Darkchild Beat Mix) (produced by Rodney Jerkins) - VINYL - Taken from the promo Mercury 12" (MELP 116).

    1996 - Gina Thompson; Craig Mack; Mr. Mike Nitty; Raekwon - The Things That You Do (Darkchild Beat Mix) (produced by Rodney Jerkins) - Taken from the Mercury promo cd (MECP 162). I have normalized this track to -1dB.

    1996 - Ghostface Killah; Method Man; Street Life - When You Walk (produced by Rza) - Sourced from the 2007 Starks Enterprises cd release "Hidden Darts: Special Edition" (FCM 6007). This song is alternately known as "Box In Hand" and "Deadly Darts", and is believed to be the song that is referred to on "Ironman". The song on "Ironman" that is listed as "Box In Hand" is believed to be incorrectly labeled.

    1996 - Method Man; Redman - Freestyle - VINYL - Taken from the Wild Style 12" release "Freestyle Allstars Volume 1" (WS-8020). This is a portion of the Tim Westwood freestyle that is included in the MP3 Section in its' entirety (1995 - Method Man; Redman - Freestyle (Tim Westwood Show)).

    1996 - Ol' Dirty Bastard; 60 Second Assassin - Dirty & Stinkin' - Sourced from the SD60's release (DS-720-1). No producer is listed. This is possibly a remix of an unreleased version that originally contained a different beat, and featured Method Man.

    1996 - Raekwon; Prodigy; Jeru The Damaja; Big Noyd; Ghostface Killah; Method Man - Make It Easy On Yourself (Part 1) - VINYL - Taken from the white label 12" (RED-004) which is listed as "Redrum Productions Presents". There is no producer listed on the label. This is a mash-up/remix that features versus from the following songs: Raekwon "Daytona 500", Prodigy "Usual Suspect", Jeru The Damaja "Ya Playin' Yaself", Big Noyd "Usual Suspect", Ghostface Killah "Daytona 500", Method Man "Release Yo' Delf". There is no year listed either, however based upon the verses used it seems likely that this was released in 1996. The six emcees are also referred to as the "Six Deadly Venoms".

    1996 - Raekwon; Prodigy; Jeru The Damaja; Big Noyd; Ghostface Killah; Method Man - Make It Easy On Yourself (Part 2) (Winter Mix) - VINYL - Taken from the white label 12" (RED-004) which is listed as "Redrum Productions Presents". There is no producer listed on the label. This is a mash-up/remix that features versus from the following songs: Raekwon "Daytona 500", Prodigy "Usual Suspect", Jeru The Damaja "Ya Playin' Yaself", Big Noyd "Usual Suspect", Ghostface Killah "Daytona 500", Method Man "Release Yo' Delf". There is no year listed either, however based upon the verses used it seems likely that this was released in 1996. The six emcees are also referred to as the "Six Deadly Venoms".

    1996 - Wu-Tang Clan; Killah Priest - America (produced by Rza) - Taken from the "America" promo cd single (PRCD 9559-2). Appeared on the 1996 compilation "America Is Dying Slowly" (61925-2).

    1997 - Afro Jazz; Ol' Dirty Bastard - Strictly Hip-Hop - Cannot locate who produced this song on the liner notes for the album "Afrocalypse" (5244611) by Afro Jazz.

    1997 - Dog Eat Dog; Rza - [Hard] Step Right In (Breakbeat Science Mix) (produced by DJ DB & DJ Dara) - Taken from the white label 10" 45 A-side only release (BBS-1).

    1997 - Gravediggaz - Dangerous Mindz (Barkz Kwest Remix) (produced by Barkz Kwest) - Taken from the Gravediggaz bootleg cd-r release "Scenes From The Graveyard...". This song does not appear on any other release.

    1997 - LL Cool J; Method Man; Redman; DMX - 4, 3, 2, 1 (E-Dub Remix 4) (Regular Version) (produced by Erick Sermon) - VINYL - The edited version of this track was also released on a promo cd-r, but I was unable to locate a copy.

    1997 - LL Cool J; Method Man; Redman; Canibus; DMX; Master P - 4, 3, 2, 1 (E-Dub Remix 6) (Radio Version) (produced by Erick Sermon) - This was contributed by someone who sourced it from the promo cd-r.

    1997 - Method Man - Freestyle (Lyricstyle) (Vocal) - VINYL - Sourced fom the Amazing Records promo 12" (Z005).

    1997 - Method Man - Message To The Clan - VINYL - Sourced from the Amazing Records promo 12" (Z004).

    1997 - Method Man - Off The Wu Headbanger Freestyle - VINYL - Sourced from the "Sandman Exclusive All-Star Freestyle" promo 12" (MIA-2). No producer is listed, but may be produced by Sandman. Is alternatively known as "Method Rhyme".

    1997 - Method Man; Carlton Fisk; Street Life; Inspectah Deck - PLO Style (PLO Freestyle) - VINYL - Sourced from the "Sandman Exclusive All-Star Freestyle" promo 12" (MIA-2). No producer is listed, but may be produced by Sandman. Is alternatively known as "P.L.O. Style - Part Two".

    1997 - Ol' Dirty Bastard - Dirty The Moocher (produced by Rza; co-produced by Ol' Dirty Bastard & The Cherokee Chiefs) - Credited as a "Wu-Tang Clan" song in the liner notes.

    1997 - Rza - Sunshower (produced by Rza) - Credited as a "Wu-Tang Clan" song on the international release of "Wu-Tang Forever" (74321457682).

    1998 - Cappadonna; U-God - Another Riddle (Main Mix) (produced by True Master) - VINYL - Sourced from the white label 12" (RXT-007). This is an extended version of "Milk This Cow", which includes an extended outro.

    1998 - Cappadonna; U-God; Method Man - Spy Hunter (Main Mix) (produced by True Master) - VINYL - Sourced from the white label 12" (RXT-007). This is an extended version of "Supa Ninjaz", which includes an extended outro. There is another shorter extended version of this song which appears on the Razor Sharp Records 12" "The Five Styles Of Shaolin" (WU0398).

    1998 - Cocoa Brovas; Raekwon - Black Trump (produced by Lord Self) - Rumored to have been either co-produced or fully produced by Rza.

    1998 - Method Man - Judgement Day (produced by Method Man; co-produced by 4th Disciple; additional production by Tyrone Fyffe) - Taken from the promo cd-r "Month Of The Man Exclusive", which features three songs from Method Man's upcoming "Tical 2000: Judgement Day", and three songs from Redman's upcoming "Doc's Da Name 2000". This version has a slightly altered intro from all other releases.

    1998 - Redman; Method Man - Well All Rite Cha (produced by Erick Sermon) - Originally appeared on the 1998 Redman release "Doc's Da Name 2000". Later appeared on the 1999 Method Man & Redman release "Blackout!".

    1998 - Rza - B.O.B.B.Y. (Japan) (produced by Rza) - This is from the Japanese version of "In Stereo" (63881-32521-2), and contains an extended outro.

    1998 - Rza - Bobby Digital In Stereo (UK Interview & USA Interview) - TAPE - This tape contains a rare UK Interview, which was also released on a promotional cd-r. It also contains the USA Interview, which is included in Section 11, and which was released as a bonus disc on the Australian release of "Bobby Digital In Stereo" (GEE1005372).

    1998 - Rza - Lab Drunk (Japan) (produced by Rza) - This is from the Japanese version of "In Stereo" (63881-32521-2), and contains an extended outro.

    1998 - Rza; Doc Doom; Killa Sin; Dom Pachino - Terrorist (Japan) (produced by Rza) - This is from the Japanese version of "In Stereo" (63881-32521-2), and contains additional lyrics. Rza does not make a lyrical appearance on this song.

    1999 - American Cream Team; Raekwon - Cream Team Anthem (Snippet) - This song, along with the following, were all ripped from the "Black And White" DVD: Volochi Papers (Instrumental) (Snippet), Cats (Snippet 1), Cats (Snippet 2), Hip Hop (Instrumental) (Snippet), We Live Here (Snippet), Kid Encyclopedia (Instrumental) (Snippet).

    1999 - Blue Raspberry - Back To 36 (Take It Back) - Taken from the PlayStation video game release "Wu-Tang: Shaolin Style". The video game disc could also be played in a standard cd player. The production credits for the cd are ambiguous, and therefore no producer has been credited. Additionally, none of the instrumental tracks from this cd have been included due to likeliness that they were not produced by any member of the Wu-Tang Clan.

    1999 - DJ Green Lantern; Ghostface Killah; Stevie J - In The Rain [In Too Deep] - Tape - This is a rare alternate version of "In The Rain (Wise)", which appeared on the early version of the Canadian release of "Supreme Clientele" (EK 69325). A copy of this song appeared on the internet, which I have included in the MP3 Section. The mp3 version is actually of superior quality to this rip from the mixtape. I attempted to get a high quality rip from two different copies of this mixtape, but after 20 years it would be difficult to track down a copy of the original mixtape (not a secondary dubbed copy) in order to get a better rip.

    1999 - Ghostface Killah - Supreme Clientele (Sampler Tape) - TAPE - This tape includes "Break Beatz 1", which is Ghostface's verse from "The Grain", "Break Beatz 2", which is "Milk Crates", and "Break Beatz 3", which is "In The Parks". "Milk Crates" also appeared on the sampler tape for "Ghost Dog: The Way Of The Samurai (The Album)/Supreme Clientele" (EAT 12568).

    1999 - Gza; Inspectah Deck; Masta Killa - Breaker, Breaker (Remix) - Taken from the GKS Entertainment mastering cd-r. There is no producer listed on the cd, nor on the white label 12" (8P-93049).

    1999 - I.G.T.; Inspectah Deck - Make Cents - Taken from the cd sampler "Tape Proprietors" (CK 63948) that was released in limited quantities with the Tash release "Rap Life" (C2K 63945). There is no producer listed in the liner notes.

    1999 - Ja Rule; Method Man; Nas; Vita; DMX - Grand Finale (Remix) (Radio Edit) - VINYL - Taen from the promo Def Jam 12" (DEF 311-1). There is no producer listed on the label, and according to my research no explicit version was ever released.

    1999 - K-Ci & JoJo; Inspectah Deck - Life (Remix) - VINYL - Take from the promo Interscope 12" (INT8P-6572). There is no producer listed on the label.

    1999 - La The Darkman; Rza - Wu World Order (produced by Rza) - Taken from the PlayStation video game release "Wu-Tang: Shaolin Style".

    1999 - La The Darkman; Rza - Wu-World Order (Version 1) (produced by Rza) - Credited as a "Wu-Tang Clan" song in the liner notes for the Japanese version of the "Ghost Dog: The Way Of The Samurai (Music From The Motion Picture)" release (VICP-60944).

    1999 - Masta Killa - Shaolin Temple - Taken from the PlayStation video game release "Wu-Tang: Shaolin Style". The production credits for the cd are ambiguous, and therefore no producer has been credited.

    1999 - Raekwon - Skit - Taken from the cd sampler "Tape Proprietors" (CK 63948) that was released in limited quantities with the Tash release "Rap Life" (C2K 63945). There were multiple skits on the cd sampler which all followed a similar theme.

    1999 - Rza; Tech N9ne; Eminem; Xzibit; Pharoahe Monch; Kool G Rap; Jayo Felony; Chino XL; KRS-One - The Anthem (produced by King Tech) - I have removed the very beginning from the original file, and added the very beginning of the next track on the album (Rev's Intro).

    2000 - Black Ice; Ghostface Killah; XL - Nights In The Summertime (Radio) (produced by Rodney Jerkins) - VINYL - Sourced from the United Entertainment 12" (UNTD-004).

    2000 - Choclair; Ol' Dirty Bastard; Saukrates - Suave Dirt Dogs (Dirty Mix) - VINYL - Sourced from the white label 12" (CHODB 1). There is no producer listed on the label.

    2000 - DJ Tomekk; Gza; Curse; Prodigal Sunn; Stieber Twins - Ich Lebe Für Hip Hop (Busy Edit) (produced by DJ Tomekk & Tom-As) - VINYL - This song appears to be identical to the "Censored Version" and the "Radio Version", all 3 of which appear on the Modul cd single (74321 77180 2). It also appears to be identical to the "Club Mix" which appears on the Modul 12'' (74321 771801). Therefore only the "Busy Edit" has been included.

    2000 - Ghostface Killah; U-God; Madam Majestic - Cherchez LaGhost (Heartbeat Remix) (produced by Carlos Bess) - Taken from the 2007 Ghostface Killah release "Hidden Darts: Special Edition" (FCM 6007). The first appearance of this song was on a 2000 vinyl white label release (PE-1200).

    2000 - Ghostface Killah - Child's Play (Canada) (produced by Rza) - Taken from the early version of the Canadian release of "Supreme Clientele" (EK 69325).This is a slightly different version than what appeared on all subsequent releases.

    2000 - Ghostface Killah; Superb - G-Dini (produced by The Blaquesmiths) - Taken from the early version of the Canadian release of "Supreme Clientele" (EK 69325). This version has a different name from all subsequent releases (Ghost Deini), and features a different beat (which originally appeared on the 1998 Ruthless Bastards song "Bastards").

    2000 - Ghostface Killah; Tekitha - Impossible (Interlude) (produced by 4th Disciple; co-produced by Rza) - Taken from the early version of the Canadian release of "Supreme Clientele" (EK 69325), where this is track 3b, and is preceded by "Saturday Nite" (3a), and precedes "Iron's Theme (Intermission)" (3c). This is an excerpt of Ghostface Killah's verse from the 1997 Wu-Tang Clan song "Impossible". "Saturday Nite" is exactly the same as on all subsquent releases.

    2000 - Ghostface Killah; The Dramatics - In The Rain (Wise) (produced by Ron Banks) - Taken from the early version of the Canadian release of "Supreme Clientele" (EK 69325).

    2000 - Ghostface Killah; Rza - Iron's Theme (Intermission) (produced by Rza) - Taken from the early version of the Canadian release of "Supreme Clientele" (EK 69325), where this is track 3c, and is preceded by "Saturday Nite" (3a), and "Impossible (Interlude)" (3b). This is a slightly different version than what appeared on all subsequent releases.

    2000 - Ghostface Killah; Superb - Woodrow The Base Head (Skit) - Taken from the early version of the Canadian release of "Supreme Clientele" (EK 69325), where this is track 7c, and is preceded by "Buck 50" (7a), and "Stroke Of Death" (7b). This version does not contain any music in the background. There is no producer listed for this skit.

    2000 - Ghostface Killah; Gza; Raekwon; Cappadonna; Masta Killa - Wu Banga 101 (produced by Mathematics) - Taken from the early version of the Canadian release of "Supreme Clientele" (EK 69325), where this track is 14a, and is followed by "Iron's Theme (Conclusion)" (14b). This is a shorter version, which omits a final verse from Ghostface Killah which was included on all subsequent releases. "Iron's Theme (Conclusion)" is the same version as on all subsequent releases, except for the lack of inclusion of the Tony Stark cartoon outro.

    2000 - Ruff Endz; Ghostface Killah; Cam'ron; Raekwon; Puerto Rock - No More (Soul Central Remix) (Radio) - Taken from the Epic cd single promo (no catalog number). There is no producer listed on the cd, nor on the white label release (7406). It has the same beat as the original song, so it was likely produced by DJ Eddie F & Darren Lightly. I have normalized this song to -1dB.

    2000 - The Last Emperor; Rza - He Lives (produced by Prince Paul) - VINYL - Sourced from the white label promo 12" (RPROLP 445X). On this version the phrase "Interscope will" at the end of Rza's verse has been reversed, so I have re-reversed it so that it can be heard normally. This song originally appeared on promotional cd-r's of "Lyricist Lounge 2" (RWK-1196P). However it was left off the final mainstream release. I was unable to locate a copy of the cd-r.

    2000 - Tragedy Khadafi; Cam'ron; Killa Rza; Killa Sha - W.W.T. (World Wide Thugs) - VINYL - Sourced from the white label 12" (T1001). There is no producer listed on the label. This was also released on the 25 To Life Entertainment promo cd (DJS 61578), but I was unable to locate a copy.

    2000 - Wu-Tang Clan; Kardinal Offishall - Careful (Click, Click) (Kardinal Remix) (Vocal Up - Long Intro) (produced by Rza) - Taken from a promo cd-r. This is the clean version, and is the same version that is on the Loud Records 12" (RPROLP 4481), where it is labeled (The Firestarter Mix).

    2000 - Wu-Tang Clan; Kardinal Offishall - Careful (Click, Click) (Kardinal Remix) (Vocal Up - Short Intro) (produced by Rza) - Taken from a promo cd-r. This is the clean version, and is the same version that is on the Loud Records 12" (RPROLP 4481), where it is labeled (The Firestarter Mix), albeit with a shortened introduction.

    2001 - Ghostface Killah; Raekwon; Method Man - Flowers (produced by Rza) - Take from the 2002 J-Love self release "Ghostface Killah - Hidden Darts". The first appearence of this song was on the promo only clean vinly release of "Bulletproof Wallets" (GFK-002).

    2001 - Ghostface Killah; Raekwon; Superb - Good Times - Taken from the 2007 Ghostface Killah release "Hidden Darts: Special Edition" (FCM 6007). There is no known producer for this song. The first appearence of this song was on the promo only clean vinly release of "Bulletproof Wallets" (GFK-002).

    2001 - Ghostface Killah; Raekwon; Slick Rick; Rza - The Sun (produced by Rza) - Taken from the 2007 Ghostface Killah release "Hidden Darts: Special Edition" (FCM 6007). The first appearence of this song was on the promo only clean vinly release of "Bulletproof Wallets" (GFK-002).

    2001 - Ghostface Killah; Raekwon - The Watch (produced by Rza) - Taken from the 2007 Ghostface Killah release "Hidden Darts: Special Edition" (FCM 6007). The first appearence of this song was on the promo only clean vinly release of "Bulletproof Wallets" (GFK-002).

    2001 - Rza; Doc Gynéco; Cilvaringz - Cousins (Dirty) (produced by Rza) - VINYL - Taken from the promo Koch Records 12" (KOC-12-8182). I was unable to locate a copy of the promo cd (KOC-DS-8182). This version is slighty different than the one that appears on the Doc Gynéco album "Quality Street", and from the one that appears as a bonus track on "Digital Bullet".

    2001 - Rza; Tim Westwood - Radio Interview With Tim Westwood (Radio 1_UK) - VINYL - Taken from the 12" Modul release "The World According To Rza" (74321 87939 1). I was unable to locate a copy of the cd that was released (74321 87939 2).

    2003 - Fuat; Bektas; Germ - Uzathan Gelen Ses (Instrumental) (produced by Rza) - There is no production credit listed in the liner notes.

    2003 - Kool Savas; Eko; Valezka - Hotel (produced by Rza) - This song appeared on later versions of "The World According To Rza". It was the replacement for "Warning".

    2003 - NAP - Warning (produced by Rza) - This song appeared on the initial versions of "The World According To Rza", but was later removed and replaced by "Hotel" on later versions.

    2003 - Rza; Blade; Skinnyman; Mr. Tibbs - Boing, Boing (Instrumental) (produced by Rza) - There is no production credit listed in the liner notes.

    2007 - Wu-Tang Clan - Watch Your Mouth (produced by DJ Scratch) - Taken from the 2007 Ghostface Killah release "The Wallabee Champ" (FCM-6010). This was originally intended to appear on "8 Diagrams", but was left off due to sample clearance issues.

    2013 - Wu-Tang Clan - Execution In Autumn (produced by Frank Dukes) - Take from the Soul Temple Bonus Disc that came with the U-God "Keynote Speaker" release (STE-CD-114).



    * The main album releases are considered to be:

    1991 - The Genius - Words From The Genius - Y/N (Cassette)
    1993 - Wu-Tang Clan - Enter The Wu-Tang: 36 Chambers - Y/N (Cassette)*
    1994 - Gravediggaz - 6 Feet Deep/Niggamortis - N
    1994 - Method Man - Tical - Y/N (Cassette)*
    1995 - Ol' Dirty Bastard - Return To The 36 Chambers: The Dirty Version - N
    1995 - Raekwon - Only Built 4 Cuban Linx... - Y/Y (Cassette), Y/Y (Vinyl)
    1995 - Gza - Liquid Swords - Y/N (Cassette)
    1996 - Ghostface Killah - Ironman - Y/Y (Cassette)
    1997 - Wu-Tang Clan - Wu-Tang Forever - Y/Y (Cassette)
    1997 - Gravediggaz - The Pick, The Sickle And The Shovel - Y/N (Cassette), Y/N (CD)
    1998 - Cappadonna - The Pillage - Y/Y (Cassette)
    1998 - Method Man - Tical 2000: Judgement Day - N
    1998 - Rza As Bobby Digital - In Stereo - Y/Y (CD)
    1999 - Gza - Beneath The Surface - Y/Y (Cassette)
    1999 - Ol' Dirty Bastard - Nigga Please - Y/Y (CD)
    1999 - Method Man & Redman - Blackout! - Y/Y (Cassette)
    1999 - Inspectah Deck - Uncontrolled Substance - Y/Y (Cassette), Y/Y (CD)
    1999 - U-God - Redemption - Y/Y (Cassette)
    1999 - Raekwon - Immobilarity - Y/N (Cassette)
    2000 - Ghostface Killah - Supreme Clientele - Y/Y (Cassette)
    2000 - Wu-Tang Clan - The W - N
    2001 - Wu-Tang Clan - Iron Flag - Y/Y (CD)
    2007 - Wu-Tang Clan - 8 Diagrams - N
    2014 - Wu-Tang Clan - A Better Tomorrow - N

    There are exceptions made to this rule. They are noted with a "^" at the end of the filename. (This is done in all sections, except for section 12). Often these songs are from either international releases of the above albums, or they are an altered version that appeared on another release (such as a soundtrack or compilation). Therefore just because a song is noted with ^ does not mean that it is identical to its release on the above albums (e.g., "Cousins").

    I have also indicated above if there exists a sampler/snippet cd/tape/vinyl for each respective album with either a Y (for Yes), or N (for No) (I have not included promo versions which contain only full songs, only promos which contain either all snippets, or a combination of snippets and full songs). Then, if one does exist, I have indicated whether or not I have included it in this collection with either a Y (for Yes), or N (for No).
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    It sounds like a ton of work went into this, very dope

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    Massive work! Is there something you're missing and know about it?

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    Here's a list of what I'm missing. A lot of these items are rare. Some I just never got around to purchasing because they were either too hard to come by, or were too expensive to justify purchasing. I also might already have some of these tracks, but just wanted to make sure that I did. Some of them I have the mp3, but wanted to rip from the original source. And some are post-2000, but I wanted to include them and just never got around to doing it. I've listed the album artist, the album, the media type, and then a description of what I needed from them. For the record the collection that I put together totals 31GB, so I have a ton of rare stuff on there. But some stuff was just too hard to come by.

    Ghostface Killah - Ironman - Promo Cassette - Contains earliest appearance of original "Box In Hand".

    Method Man/Redman - Month Of The Man - Promo Cassette - I wanted to see if there was any original material on here.

    Ol' Dirty Bastard - Rawhide 12" - Contains "Don't You Know, Part II (Dirty Version)". I have the longer version which was released on CD, but wanted to add the shorter version too.

    Ol' Dirty Bastard - 4 Rounds From Ol' Dirty Bastard Return To The 36 Chambers: The Dirty Version - Promo Cassette- I wanted to see if there was any original material on here.

    Raekwon - Immobilarity - Promo Cassette Sampler - Hosted By Funkmaster Flex. Probably has some original material on it.

    Sway & King Tech - Wake Up Show Freestyles Volume 7 - Contains a Common/Raekwon "Freestyle", a Raekwon "Freestyle", a Wu-Tang Clan "Freestyle (Live In Concert)", a Ghostface "Freestyle".

    Gravediggaz - Gravediggaz - Promo Cassette- I wanted to see if there was any original material on here.

    Gravediggaz - The Pick, The Sickle And The Shovel - Promo Cassette Sampler - I wanted to see if there was any original material on here.

    Ol' Dirty Bastard - Nigga Please - Promo Cassette Sampler - I wanted to see if there was any original material on here.

    La The Darkman - Heist Of The Century (Darkman Snippet) - Promo Cassette- I wanted to see if there was any original material on here.

    Allah Mathematics - Countdown To: (Da Come Up) Mixtape - Promo CD for "Love Hell Or Right (Da Come Up)" Album.

    Wu-Tang Clan - Wu-Tang Returns (Da Official Mix CD) - Promo CD for "8 Diagrams" Album.

    Gravediggaz - The Pick, The Sickle And The Shovel - Promo Cassette Sampler - A slightly different version from the one listed above.

    The Genius - Words From The Genius (Album Preview) - Promo Cassette Sampler

    Raekwon - Immobilarity - Promo Cassette Sampler - Hosted by DJ Kay Slay

    Doo Wop - 95 Live (20th Anniversary Edition) - Contains Wu-Tang Clan "Representin' Staten Island".

    Various Artists - Listen To The Drum (Drum Sessions Vol. 1) - Contains Wu-Tang Clan "Untitled Freestyle".

    Sway & King Tech - Wake Up Show Freestyles Vol. 1 - Contains Shyheim/Wu-Tang Clan "Freestyle".

    Sway & King Tech - Wake Up Show Freestyles Vol. 4 - Contains Wu-Tang Clan "Freestyle Pt. 1" and "Freestyle Pt. 2".

    Sway & King Tech - Wake Up Show Freestyles Vol. 2 - Contains Wu-Tang Clan "Wake Up Show Anthem #4".

    Rza - It Must Be Bobby/Cousins - Promo CD - Contains a different version of "Cousins". I already have 2 versions, 1 that's longer and 1 that's shorter.

    Wu-Tang Clan - A Better Tomorrow SP - Speaker - Contains "Big Horn". But I read that this track was never really included on any speakers.

    Various Artists - Hot 97 FM Freestyle Set - Promo 12" - Contains Method Man/Redman "Hot 97 FM Freestyle Set".

    Ol' Dirty Bastard & Das EFX - Wild Style (Live & Uncensored In New York) - White Label 12" - I probably already have the songs included here, but just wanted to check. These are live version that ODB performed at a prison: "Freestyle", "Brooklyn Zoo", and "Shimmy Shimmy Ya".

    Various Artists - Freestyle Frenzy Vol. 1 - LP - Contains Method Man/Ghostface "Freestyle (Apr 94)".

    Various Artists - Freestyle Allstars (Volume 2) - LP - Contains Wu-Tang Clan "Freestyle".

    Doo Wop - Live 1995 Freestyle Session/Bad Boys II Freestyle Session - White Label 12" - Contains "Live 1995 Freestyle Session" which features, among others, Wu-Tang Clan.

    Rza - In Stereo Interview CD - Promo CD for "In Stereo"

    Ol' Dirty Bastard - Interview Disc - Promo CD for "Nigga Please"

    Ghostface Killah - Bulletproof Wallets - Promo 12" Sampler - I wanted to see if "Maxine (Chef Remix)" was something I didn't have.

    Gza - Untitled - Promo Cassette Sampler - Sampler for "Liquid Swords" hosted by Doo Wop.

    Peaches - Who I Am - CD - Contains "Next To You" which features ODB.

    Various Artists - The 5 Styles Of Shaolin - 12" - I wanted to see what the following songs were: Method Man/Raekwon/Cappadonna "The Crow", Ghostface Killah/Cappadonna "Spy Hunter".

    Crystal Method - Unreleased TCM Tracks - White Label 12" - Contains "Nowhere To Run (Crystal Method Mix)" featuring ODB.

    Old Dirty Bastard - Dirty & Stinkin' 96 - White Label 12" - I wanted to see if this version of "Dirty & Stinkin'" was different from the one that I have.

    Ron G - It's On! Part 2 - Mixtape - Contains "Intro" which features Raekwon among others.

    Pete Rock - SP 1200 Files - CD - Contains Raekwon "Sneakers (Unreleased Exclusive)".

    Deadly Venoms - Antidote - CD - Contains "Ready" and "Rap Scholar" which were both produced by Rza.

    Ghostface Killah - Ghostface Killah EP - White Label 12" - Contains "Forrest (Original Mix)".

    American Cream Team - Only Built 4 The Trilogy - Mixtape - Contains a lot of original material from Raekwon and American Cream Team. I have the mp3 rip.

    Cappadonna - African Killer Bees - Promo Cassette - Promo for "The Pillage". Is listed to contain "Slang Editorial (Alt. Mix)", "Skit-Intro Piece", "Skit-The Beast", "Skit-Tight Pussy", and "Skit-Verse".

    Cappadonna - Slang Editorial/The Pillage" - Promo 12" - I wanted to see if "Slang Editorial (Radio Edit)" or "The Pillage (Radio Edit)" differed substantially from the album versions.

    Gravediggaz - 6 Feet Deep E.P. - Promo Double 12" - Contains "Bang Your Head (Alternative Underdog Mix)' and "Bang Your Head (Underdog Mix)".

    Various Artists - New York Undercover - LP - Contains DMX/Gza "Everyday Shit (Ya Think Am Playin')".

    Method Man - Tical 2000: Judgement Day (Instrumental) - Instrumental LP - Contains the original version of "Party Crasher".

    Ghostface Killah - Iron Maiden/Wildflower - Promo 12" - I wanted to see if the radio edits were substantially different from the album versions.

    Peaches Lavon - Next To You - CD Single - Contains "Next To You (TNT's Mo Soul Extended Club Mix)" possibly featuring ODB.

    Wu-Tang Clan - Gravel Pit/Protect Ya Neck (The Jump Off) - 12" - I wanted to see if "Gravel Pit (LP Version Dirty)" was a different version than the one I have.

    Various Artists/Ghostface Killah - Ghost Dog: The Way Of The Samurai/Supreme Clientele - Promo Cassette Sampler - Contains Ghostface's "Watch How You Cut My Shit".

    Inspectah Deck - Uncontrolled Substance - Promo CD - Contains the earliest appearances of "Settlement" and "Nightshift".
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    Wow that's some truly rare stuff
    Promos are hard to find. Sometimes you can buy 'em for reasonable price on Discogs

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    Trust me, I'm a Discogs expert. I used it throughout the project to acquire rare items. A few of the items above are available, but I've just turned my attention toward other projects.

    I really wish there was a way to send a copy of all the Remixes to members of this forum. I'm pretty sure that everybody would really enjoy that. Tons of rare, import only, remixes, all high quality. The file size is just too large, probably around 8GB or so.

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