Disciples of the 36 Chambers

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Disciples of the 36 Chambers
Disciples of the 36 Chambers - Wu-Tang Clan.jpg
Live album by
ReleasedAlbum - September 28, 2004
Video - October 5, 2004
RecordedJuly 17, 2004
GenreHip hop
LabelWu/Sanctuary Urban/BMG Records
06076-84727 Last album = Iron Flag
Wu-Tang Clan chronology
Disciples of the 36 Chambers
Legend of the Wu-Tang Clan
Professional ratings
Review scores
Allmusic2.5/5 stars [1]
Entertainment WeeklyB−[2]
Pitchfork Media(7.9/10) [3]

Disciples of the 36 Chambers is a live album and concert DVD released in 2004 by the Wu-Tang Clan. The album is styled Chapter 1 and the DVD Chapter 2. It is a slightly edited recording of their set at the 2004 Rock the Bells concert in San Bernardino, California. The live set contains many classic hits from the group's albums as well as the individual members' solo albums. All nine original members perform, which by the time of this show was an increasingly rare event. Even the elusive Ol' Dirty Bastard appears. He would die from a drug overdose by the end of the year. Including all of the solo albums by individual members, Disciples of the 36 Chambers: Chapter 1 is the 36th album released.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Bring da Ruckus"
  2. "Da Mystery of Chessboxin'"
  3. "Clan in da Front"
  4. "C.R.E.A.M."
  5. "Wu-Tang Clan Ain't Nuthin' Ta F' Wit"
  6. "Shame on a Nigga"
  7. "Ghost Deini"
  8. "Reunited"
  9. "For Heaven's Sake"
  10. "Criminology"
  11. "Incarcerated Scarfaces"
  12. "Brooklyn Zoo"
  13. "Bring the Pain"
  14. "It's Yourz"
  15. "Liquid Swords"
  16. "One Blood Under W"
  17. "Ice Cream"
  18. "Triumph"
  19. "Hood"
  20. "Run"
  21. "Run"
  22. "Tearz"
  23. "Method Man"
  24. "Dog Shit"
  25. "Shimmy Shimmy Ya"
  26. "Y'all Been Warned"
  27. "Gravel Pit"


  1. ^ Bush, John. Disciples of the 36 Chambers at AllMusic
  2. ^ Dombal, Ryan (2004-10-22). "Disciples of the 36 Chambers: Chapter 1 Review". Entertainment Weekly: 97. Retrieved 2012-07-02.
  3. ^ Pitchfork Media review