2004 also saw the unexpected return of the Clan to the live stage. They embarked on a short European tour before coming together as a complete group for the first time in several years to headline the Rock the Bells IV festival in California. The concert was released on CD shortly afterwards under the name Disciples of the 36 Chambers: Chapter 1. They also soon released a music-video greatest hits album named Legend of the Wu-Tang Clan.
In December 2006, Wu-Tang Clan signed a one-album deal with Steve Rifkind's SRC Records whose now-defunct Loud Records released the group's four previous albums. This album was titled 8 Diagrams and has been recently released on December 11, 2007. RZA announced January 2007 that he will be releasing another Bobby Digital album this summer as well, which he has already begun work on. He will be using the album primarily to put over lesser-known Wu-Tang Clan affiliates such as Freemurder, Killa Sin, Black Knights and others. The album is tentatively titled DigiSnacks.
Raekwon had a major presence on mixtapes and hit single remixes such as Fabolous's Make Me Better and Wyclef Jean's Dolla Bill featuring Akon and Lil Wayne for which a video was shot with all four rappers. His highly anticipated Only Built 4 Cuban Linx II album has yet to hit shelves, but he insists that he is just waiting for the right time to drop his masterpiece. In a recent interview with Billboard.com, Raekwon said that though the album was "99% complete", he had put everything on pause to work and eventually release the newest Wu-Tang album 8 Diagrams.
GZA will be releasing a tell-all DVD named Wu Tang Revealed, featuring footage of the Clan dating back to the nineties as well as his sixth album, Pro Tools, which will be released by Babygrande Records. There is also talk of a Wu-Tang album without RZA, to be entitled Shaolin vs. Wu-Tang; as of now, Ghostface and Raekwon are helming the project, though it is not known which other members will be on it.
- 1993 Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers)(Chart position: #8) RIAA certification: Platinum
- 1997 Wu-Tang Forever (Chart position: #1) RIAA certification: 8x Platinum
- 2000 The W (Chart position: #1) RIAA certification: 2x Platinum
- 2001 Iron Flag (Chart position: #6) RIAA certification: Gold
- 2007 8 Diagrams
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