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Wu-Tang’s rarest album is getting public play soon, says its NFT group owner

A picture of Wu-Tang’s Once Upon a Time in Shaolin album.
Once Upon a Time in Shaolin, pictured on its current owner’s website. | Image: PleasrDAO

Very few people have heard the only copy of Once Upon a Time in Shaolin, the Wu-Tang Clan album that disgraced pharmaceutical executive Martin Shkreli bought at auction in 2015. Starting next month, though, you’ll be able to hear a curated, 30-minute excerpt of the album, provided you can get to the Museum of Old and New Art (MONA) in Hobart, Tasmania, between June 15th and June 24th, reports The Washington Post.

The MONA’s playback of Shaolin excerpts will be part of a months-long exhibit called “Namedropping” centered on rare and significant pop culture objects. Tasmanian residents can get into the museum for free, but tickets go for as much as AUS$38 for anyone else.

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