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New ODB Box Set Includes Food Stamp Replica

Ol' Dirty Bastard's 1995 solo debut LP returns as a box set including a remastered album, a 12-track bonus disc, a poster, and a laminated reprint of ODB's infamous food stamp card.

Wu-Tang Clan fans can now walk around with their own Ol’ Dirty Bastard food stamp card. ODB’s Return to the 36 Chambers: The Dirty Version, is returning as a box set on November 22 via boutique imprint Get On Down, the label has announced.

The box set will included a remastered version of the late Wu-Tang member’s gold-selling 1995 solo debut album, plus a 12-track bonus disc featuring various remixes, a cappellas, and instrumentals. The reissue also comes with a poster, additional artwork, extensive liner notes, and a billfold wallet, where buyers can display a laminated reproduction of the ODB food stamp card depicted in the album’s cover art, according to Get On Down.

You can pre-order ODB’s Return to the Chambers: The Dirty Version Wallet Box Set at Get On Down promises more information on its website.

According to Okayplayer, which reportedly got its hands on the box set, the tracklist features previously 12″-only tracks such as “Brooklyn Zoo (Lord Digga Remix).”

ODB’s Return to the 36 Chambers: The Dirty Version

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