[video=youtube;ABL5Elr16hc]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ABL5Elr16hc[/video] So this new Wu album is pretty special. Once Upon A Time In Shaolin will be encased in a silver and nickel box crafted by British-Moroccan artist Yahya and will probably sell for millions of dollars. However, before it is sold, the one-of-a-kind album will tour the world as many other famous pieces of art do, with stops at museums, galleries, and potentially music festivals. Fans will be charged a cost to attend a "listening event," where they'll get a chance to hear the album on headphones after being carefully screened for recording materials. There is already a $5 million bid from a potential buyer. I think it's pretty innovative to showcase an album as a piece of art in this way. There's something really beautiful and special about it. But I also can't help but see the gimmicky nature of the whole thing. What do you think of this whole idea? Will it serve the purpose or whoever buys it will eventually put it out in the net through iTunes or something.