Most of My Heroes Still Don't Appear On No Stamp
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||ExplicitMost of My Heroes Still... (feat. Z-Trip)||Public Enemy||3:31||£0.79||View In iTunes|
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||Get It In (feat. Bumpy Knuckles)||Public Enemy||3:09||£0.79||View In iTunes|
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||ExplicitCatch the Thrown (feat. Large Professor & Cormega)||Public Enemy||4:26||£0.79||View In iTunes|
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iTunes Editors' Notes
It's hard to believe, but it's been 25 years since Public Enemy released its landmark debut album, Yo! Bum Rush the Show. The potent blend of Chuck D's commanding flow and revolutionary lyrics, Flava Flav's goofy hype-man antics, Terminator X's razor-sharp cuts, and The Bomb Squad's frenetically funked-out production (not to mention Professor Griff and S1Ws) made PE worldwide superstars and helped propel rap music out of the hood and into the suburbs. Three more certified classics followed, before Snoop, Dre, and G-Funk pushed Public Enemy out of the spotlight. But PE never quit, and has been steadily dropping new music ever since. Most of My Heroes... is PE's ninth full-length since Apocalypse 91, following up 2007's over-looked mouthful How You Sell Soul to a Soulless People Who Sold Their Soul?. Though now into their 50s, Chuck and Flav still sound on-point, and the production is strong. We also get impressive collabos with Brother Ali, Z-Trip, Bumpy Knuckles, Large Professor, and Cormega. Another quality offering from hip-hop's elder statesmen.
PE in full effect...Brotherrrrrrr!!!,
I remember being 15 bugging a DJ to lend me his import Rebel Without A Pause twelve inch vinyl. He relented for five pounds. I took it home recorded it on to cassette and that was my soundtrack for summer 1987.
25 years later, a week before my 40th birthday I checked out the single 'Get It In'. I was 15 again.
PE are my heroes and I want them on a stamp.
PE in full effect
Best PE album I've heard in a long while.
What the game needs
Crazy flow, Crazy production, I think hip hop just came back !!!
Formed: 1982 in Garden City, NY
Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s