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    Default Re: can sum1 post the sales of all wu albums

    NSD was one of the best albums of the year. My disc got scrattched, i'm buying another one along with Mathematics and Streetlife!

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    Quote Originally Posted by PDTantisocial
    This is from RIAA

    36 Chambers-Platinum
    Wu-Tang Forever-4X Platinum
    The W-Platinum
    Iron Flag-Gold
    The Swarm-Gold

    Liquid Swords-Gold
    Beneath The Surface-Gold

    In Stereo-Gold

    Ironman-Platinum
    Supreme Clientele-Gold

    Cuban Linx-Gold
    Immobilarity-Gold

    Tical-Platinum
    Judgement Day-Platinum
    Blackout-Platinum

    Return To The 36 Chambers-Gold
    Nigga Please-Gold

    The Pillage-Gold
    Thanks for that man. I heard 36 Chambers hit like 4-5 million lol. Thats what I heard a while back. I guess not lol

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    Default Re: can sum1 post the sales of all wu albums

    Quote Originally Posted by Dr Zayus
    Mmm.. those RIAA certifications are out of date. Cuban Linx is certified plat in the US now, Tical 0 is Gold, I think Iron Flag was certified plat last year too.

    I think P.Tone did about 250'000? I can't remember, really...
    Lex Diamonds probably topped off at 180k.
    BOAP, I guess about the same, maybe 150k.
    NSD did pretty well independently, I'll take a guess and say 100k.
    Where the fuck you get this from? And Birth Of A Prince did better than Lex Diamonds, I know that, RZA debuted at 49 on the Billboard 200 and Lex diamonds came in at 102.
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