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Public Enemy: It Takes A Nation Of Millions To Hold Us Back

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5 Stars (5 customer reviews)
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1. Countdown To Armageddon (Intro)
Producers: Hank Shocklee; Carl Ryder
Year: 1988
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2. Bring The Noise
Producers: Hank Shocklee; Carl Ryder
Year: 1988
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3. Don't Believe The Hype
Producers: Hank Shocklee; Carl Ryder
Year: 1988
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4. Cold Lampin With Flavor
Producers: Hank Shocklee; Carl Ryder
Year: 1988
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5. Terminator X To The Edge Of Panic
Producers: Hank Shocklee; Carl Ryder
Year: 1988
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6. Mind Terrorist
Producers: Hank Shocklee; Carl Ryder
Year: 1988
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7. Louder Than A Bomb
Producers: Hank Shocklee; Carl Ryder
Year: 1988
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8. Caught, Can We Get A Witness?
Producers: Hank Shocklee; Carl Ryder
Year: 1988
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9. Show Em Whatcha Got
Producers: Hank Shocklee; Carl Ryder
Year: 1988
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10. She Watch Channel Zero?!
Producers: Hank Shocklee; Carl Ryder
Year: 1988
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11. Night Of The Living Baseheads
Producers: Hank Shocklee; Carl Ryder
Year: 1988
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12. Black Steel In The Hour Of Chaos
Producers: Hank Shocklee; Carl Ryder
Year: 1988
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13. Security Of The First World
Producers: Hank Shocklee; Carl Ryder
Year: 1988
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14. Rebel Without A Pause
Producers: Hank Shocklee; Carl Ryder
Year: 1988
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15. Prophets Of Rage
Producers: Hank Shocklee; Carl Ryder
Year: 1988
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16. Party For Your Right To Fight
Producers: Hank Shocklee; Carl Ryder
Year: 1988
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Total Comments: 5
5 Stars
Name: (Posted: 12/5/2014 7:00:00 AM; Partial IP: 02.132.144)
Location: Kali
Comment: After four decades of Hip Hop the focus on the newest trends seems to be more of the matter to the listener of the current generation, but over all, if the age of the listener/supporter is not the matter and the matter is all about the essence, then we as Hip Hop supporters (who buy album/singles on physical formats or downloading after humbly experiencing as supporters pay dues by going to a record shop and digging and purchasing and staying in the right focus of the Hip Hop community) need to realize imo it shouldn't be in the best interest of the elite (Big record label CEO's) when they never understood or stuck to the essence of the original state of Hip Hop. if the money is the matter and just because the big labels are at where they are right now in there present day forcing the listener/supporter to psychologically be mind controlled to think that it takes a false image of having the loot in millions to make good music or run your life with the addiction to money in order to have a life style forced by the idea that its survival of thinking your untouchable, eventually it will catch up to you maybe in debt and unpaid taxes or the IRS lol or going out like Tony Montana lol. as making music Hip Hop is forced to keep up with the high resolution trends because of the progression in music technology and is forcing artist/producers/muscians in a push pull situation to give up the particular sound quality of the 50s 60s 70s 80s and 90s which was the perfect conditions that created a nostalgia for that sound quality in resolution (the artist is losing the texture of its surface as they apply their medium because of this technological shift). it doesnt mean that the artist should stop their creativity because their getting phased out because the materials and equipment are rapidly becoming unfamiliar because the complexity of conveience are neglecting the missed details of the parameters it took to be naturally organically creative with the equipment it took to have a specific quality intended when realizing and being a style. recording vocals will translate easily but production of music interms of sample base music (with funky drum breaks) and lofi and unpolished sound which is the aesthetics that created this nostalgia was intended and the closing of record shops... and as time passes the demand for holding on to being physical becomes greater with a higher price to pay. the stakes get higher as we loose the romance which is now being killed by the compromise of convenience. romance makes life more interesting and gives people more depth in purpose. not to be side tracked from whats on my mind about Hip Hop these days, Public Enemy (legendary Hip Hop group/band) and the Bomb Squad (production team...for those who dont know) are timeless legends with class and are important to the Hip Hop community. one more thing...there is no sense of appreciation if there is no sense of romance (the greater mean).
5 Stars
Name: (Posted: 11/21/2014 12:47:00 PM; Partial IP: 224.155.60)
Location: H-Town
Comment: Dopest record ever!
5 Stars
Name: (Posted: 7/14/2014 4:28:00 AM; Partial IP: 70.102.192)
Location: hamilton,ontario canada
Comment: This is the album that made me a Public Enemy fan and have been ever since. This is a classic album and a must own.
Name: (Posted: 11/5/2013 6:27:00 PM; Partial IP: .55.100.39)
Location: ca
Comment: is this a single vinyl?
5 Stars
Name: (Posted: 6/29/2013 7:39:00 PM; Partial IP: .201.65.74)
Location: az/ hell
Comment: Classic, Classic.Classic! A HAVE TO OWN ALBUM!!!
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