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Blogs // 4 Articles
Part 5: Public Enemy to Dixie Chicks (1989-2006)
19 Jul 2007 // 6:00 PM
The brave, early activists of the US AIDS movement knew that Silence = Death. Throughout history it's "Put up", we're told, "Shut up", we're threatened. Praise to those who set their protest to song and act up!
Various Artists: Something From Nothing: The Art of Rap
26 Jul 2012 // 6:05 PM
Soundtrack makes for a pretty good listen, but doesn't live up to its audacious subtitle.
Public Enemy: Revolverlution Tour Australia 2003
8 Mar 2009 // 5:00 PM
For those of us who are interested in the intersection of politics and popular culture, our resentment of Reagan-Bush-Bush is mitigated by the realization that, hey, at least we got some good tunes out of the deal.
Counterbalance No. 131a: Public Enemy's 'Fear of a Black Planet'
26 Jul 2013 // 1:00 AM
I got so much trouble on my mind, refuse to lose. Here's your ticket -- hear the drummer get wicked -- and dig into the 131st most acclaimed album of all time. Public Enemy’s 1990 statement of purpose is next. Welcome to the terrordome.
Counterbalance No. 17: Public Enemy’s 'It Takes a Nation of Millions'
21 Jan 2011 // 2:30 AM
Hip-hop makes its debut on The Big List with Public Enemy’s meaty, beaty manifesto, and all the jealous punks can’t stop the dunk. Counterbalance’s Klinger and Mendelsohn give it a listen.