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Wu-Tang Clan launches reunion tour
Just more than a year after ODB died, the remaining members of the Wu-Tang Clan are hitting the road. Their current tour began Tuesday in New Haven, Conn., and ends Feb. 19 in Orlando, Fla. "It's going to be different in a sense," GZA said in an interview with the Associated Press. "He isn't going to be there physically, but spiritually and mentally he still will be there." ODB overdosed a few days before his 36th birthday at a New York studio in November 2004. "He'll be in our hearts and he'll be in the hearts of the crowd. It'll be great. It'll be a great tribute," GZA said. Wu-Tang revived the East Coast scene with their 1992 debut, Enter the Wu-Tang: 36 Chambers, but haven't released an album since 2001's Iron Flag. GZA told AP they are working on a new CD and a documentary. "It's just Wu-Tang, raw and uncut -- the most intimate moments," GZA said. "It feels good to come together," he said. "It feels good to be around my brothers, regardless of whatever we go through."

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