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Its title hearkens back to a line in Public Enemy's incendiary 1989 anthem "Fight the Power," recalling the band's glory days but cutting deeper, exposing an ugly truth: 20-plus years and a black president in the White House later, things still haven't changed all that much in America. That lingering inequality nags at Chuck D throughout Most of My Heroes Still Don't Appear On No Stamp, PE's twelfth album and their first released after the election of Barack Obama, a development that would perhaps seem to the casual observer a vindication of everything Public Enemy represents — famously, the Obamas' first date was at a showing of Spike Lee's Do The Right Thing where "Fight the Power" plays a crucial role — but Public Enemy seems angrier than ever here. And deservedly so, as so much of what PE stands for — sonically, politically, culturally — is submerged in 2012, obscured by a marginalization of radicalization and imagination. Public Enemy fights against the dying light of Black Power and counterculture throughout Most of My Heroes Still Don't Appear On No Stamp, the phrase not only providing a title but a motif (it appears repeatedly throughout the record's 11 songs), the band deliberately evoking their past by sampling earlier records and tossing off allusions to older lyrics, staying true to the template created by the Bomb Squad in the late '80s yet avoiding a meticulous re-creation of that sonic onslaught. The music here isn't as dense as It Takes a Nation of Millions or Fear of a Black Planet — it's nimble and spare, a steely reduction of the J.B.'s relentless groove, augmented by cacophonic flourishes of guitar and white noise. It's all the better to push the spotlight onto Chuck D, who is in full-blown preacher/teacher mode here, intent on tying the past into the present and doing a pretty effective job, too. Chuck doesn't much care if he comes across as an indignant professor here, and that's part of the charm of not just this, but all latter-day Public Enemy: this is the sound of true believers who give not a damn about fashion, they remain true to the sounds and sensibilities they laid out back in the late '80s. And the music remains vital and vibrant, possibly because, despite some progress, things still haven't changed all that much and, in some respects, have gotten worse...and as long as Public Enemy's heroes remain consigned to the margins, they'll still make music as dynamic as this.

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un album génial!!!

Génial, et je pèse mes mots. La diversité des beats est impressionnantes et les scratchs donnent une pêche énorme aux instrus qui ont des accents très soul, funk, old school hiphop mais qui arrivent toujours à surprendre avec ce je-ne-sais-quoi d'imprévu. Le mélange vrais instruments + samples + effets + scratchs est très très réussi et c'est précisément ce que très peu de groupes arrivent à faire aujourd'hui. Je trouvent 95% du hiphop actuel mou et soporifique mais PE vient de me réveiller! Les textes restent assez cryptiques, pas vraiment au niveau des thèmes mais au niveau de la forme, et pour moi ça rajoute à la durée de vie de l'album. Personne n'écrit vraiment comme Chuck D et il n'a rien perdu de sa voix... allez-y!

Merci!!

Merci!!

P.E 4 EVA!!

Le hip hop dans toute sa force

Encore un classic!!

Biographie

Formé(s) : 1982 à Garden City, NY

Genre : Hip-hop/Rap

Années d’activité : '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Public Enemy rewrote the rules of hip-hop, becoming the most influential and controversial rap group of the late '80s and, for many, the definitive rap group of all time. Building from Run-D.M.C.'s street-oriented beats and Boogie Down Productions' proto-gangsta rhyming, Public Enemy pioneered a variation of hardcore rap that was musically and politically revolutionary. With his powerful, authoritative baritone, lead rapper Chuck D rhymed about all kinds of social problems, particularly those plaguing...
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