Our homey Rob Trees from Get On Down records just sent us this crazy exclusive not-yet-released Ol’ Dirty Bastard dirty-deluxe box set edition of Return to the 36 Chambers–which is the best kind of homey to have, really. Included in the package is an ODB on-tour poster, a custom ODB wallet containing the infamous RTT36C food stamp card, exclusive photos, stickers and artwork (after the jump)–and a tracklisting that includes 12″-only tracks like the Lord Digga remix of “Brooklyn Zoo.” This is so new that we really have no idea when it will be available yet (not trying to be high-posted, just saying) but stay tuned. Or to be on the safe side just camp out at the Get On Down site and keep hitting refresh on the little grid of rare LPs. While you’re there get yourself some glow in the dark 45 adapters or a deluxe box set of Common‘s Resurrection. Or something.

Comments

  • http://www.thisisbooksmusic.com John Book

    Like how it looks, very cool. BTW – the Lord Digga remix was not only on the 12″ single, it was also on the CD single as well so this is not its digital debut. Just wanted to clarify that for those who may not know.

  • El Mariachi

    I have to admit – this looks absolutely incredible. These guys also recently reissued Supreme Clientele, Ironman, and Liquid Swords on double vinyl with posters – and of course – the Common box set was stellar. It’s nice to finally see that classic hip hop albums are getting the same treatment that respected rock albums did. I’m hoping this is the beginning of a trend – and if anything, maybe this is the advantage of downloading killing the music industry. Spend more on making the package deluxe enough so the consumer NEEDS to purchase it? Can’t wait to cop this.

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