I am pretty fortunate. I got to see Wu-Tang Clan Live at the Hammerstein Ballroom on Valentine’s Day. I won’t go into some long drawn-out review of how I felt during the performance. I won’t go into how dope it was to see the surviving eight members go through classic after classic for 90 minutes. I won’t go into how it felt to sense everyone’s energy as we all screamed at the top of our lungs every line for every verse for every song. I won’t go into how great it was to see ODB’s mom on stage getting a tribute from the crowd as countless lighters and cell phone screens shattered through the dark venue, all while the group performed Shimmy Shimmy Ya and Brooklyn Zoo in almost total darkness. I won’t go into how cool it was to see the group clowning around on stage, squelching any rumors of tensions and grumblings between the members. And lastly, I won’t go into how it felt after the show was done and everyone had left the stage. Instead, I will post some pictures someone else took. Someone who was much closer than I was. I will also post an unofficial set list from what I can remember.


Unofficial Set List
Wu-Tang Clan – Bring Da Ruckus
Wu-Tang Clan – Clan In Da Front
Wu-Tang Clan – Can It Be All So Simple
Wu-Tang Clan – Da Mystery Of Chessboxin’
Wu-Tang Clan – Wu-Tang Clan Ain’t Nuthing Ta F’ Wit
Wu-Tang Clan – C.R.E.A.M.
Wu-Tang Clan – Method Man
Wu-Tang Clan – Protect Ya Neck
Wu-Tang Clan – Tearz
Wu-Tang Clan – Reunited
Wu-Tang Clan – For Heaven’s Sake
Wu-Tang Clan – It’s Yourz
Wu-Tang Clan – Triumph
Wu-Tang Clan – Older Gods
Wu-Tang Clan – One Blood Under W
Method Man – Bring The Pain
Raekwon – Incarcerated Scarfaces
Raekwon – Criminology
Raekwon – Glaciers Of Ice
Raekwon – Ice Cream
Ghostface Killah – Fish
Ghostface Killah – Run
Gza – Shadowboxin’
Gza – Duel Of The Iron Mic
Gza – Liquid Swords
Gza – 4th Chamber
ODB – Shimmy Shimmy Ya
ODB – Brooklyn Zoo
Inspectah Deck – Rec Room
Masta Killah – No Said Date
Cappadonna – Slang Editorial
Cappadonna – Winter Warz verse over Biggie’s Who Shot Ya instrumental
Rza – We Pop