- This video from ‘The Moment’ examines Wu-Tang Clan’s ’36 Chambers’ album and the iconic songs sampled on it
- Here we go song by song, sample by sample, to see the origins of the most iconic sounds from Wu-Tang’s debut album
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Here’s a fun fact about me for everyone out there: the first cassette tape I ever owned was ‘Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers)’ by the Wu-Tang Clan, their debut studio album. I forget how I even got it because I know I was too young to buy it in a store. I’m guessing my older brought bought it for me at the CD shop that was in our neighborhood because I also had to hide it from my parents.
As the saying goes, the rest was history. And while Wu-Tang’s 36 Chambers might not have been the most impactful album in my life, for me, it’s where it all started. That was the first time I GOT TO CHOOSE what I wanted to listen to instead of just listening to my parent’s music or whatever was on the radio. That album marked the shift in my life where I took my musical preferences into my own hands.
Since you clicked this article then I’m guessing Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers) by the Wu-Tang Clan had some impact on your life and I’m stoked to share this video with you. A buddy send it to me yesterday and it takes a detailed look at every iconic sound that’s sampled in 36 Chambers and the origin songs.
Check it out and enjoy….
Every Song Sampled On Wu-Tang Clan’s ’36 Chambers’ Is A Must-Watch For Music Fans
Kool & The Gang. Hall and Oates. Watts Biggers. Lightnin’ Rod. Gladys Knight and The Pips. Those are just a few of the musicians sampled on ’36 Chambers’ by the Wu-Tang Clan. If you skipped the video and were just hoping to read the answer down below then you missed the point. That video is 100% worth watching.