The Wu-Tang Clan’s Once Upon a Time in Shaolin has been purchased, Pigeons and Planes reports.

The one-of-a-kind album was purchased by a “private American collector” for “millions” of dollars.

The music comes with “the hand-carved nickel silver box designed by Yahya, a gold-leafed certificate of authenticity and a leather-bound book containing the album’s lyrics and stories behind each song, [and] an addition that had not been previously announced: a pair of customized PMC MB2-XBD speakers worth $55,000, included after consultation with PMC.”

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The album is 128 minues long and consists of 31 tracks and skits.

The owner is not allowed to release the music to the public for 88 years.

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