Wednesday, 18 January 2012

Public Enemy to release two new albums in 2012

Chuck D, Flavor Flav, Professor Griff Terminator X and the S1W -
BOYEE!! - Party For Your Right To Fight


Chuck D is back /swoon 

"And some devils prevent this from being known
But you check out the books they own
Even masons they know it
But refuse to show it, yo
But it's proven and fact
And it takes a nation of millions to hold us back"

I can't wait to hear this guy again in fact.. I'll just... one sec .. Right can listen to PE whilst i write this, just heard they will release Most of My Heroes Still Don't Appear On No Stamp and The Evil Empire of Everything in June and September this year respectively. 

Public Enemy were formed in 1982 and are widely regarded as one of hip-hop's most influential groups. Chuck D is intellectual powerhouse and the group as a whole are known for inspiring waves of new acts to follow. I URGE you to do your ears a favour and sort out getting your hands on the entire catalogue and defo these 2 sexy additions.

43 comments:

  1. looking forward to these albums, great post :)

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  2. i will party for my right to fight boyeeee

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  3. I remember listening to these guys in the early early '90s, im pretty excited to listen to their new stuff!

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  4. Hi, friend!
    If you recommend them, I sign below, because I know what is good.

    Hugs!

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  5. Epic, tis a great day when the OG's return once in awhile to represent classic Hip Hop with it's central ideology of criticizing modern culture and social norms it's greatly missed.

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  6. I'm looking forward to these.

    Also, Chuck D's thoughts on issues that relate to copyright ownership are worth reading about.

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  7. While I look forward to the new albums, I cant help but wonder if age will have an effect on the content.

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  8. Good news, but I'm hoping they still have it as well.

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  9. This should be entertaining either way.

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  10. Never really listen to them, but thanks for the share.

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  11. You're kidding me. It's been over a decade I last heard the name Public Enemy.

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  12. YEAHHHH BOIIIII!!!
    This is amazing news, thanks for the share!!!

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  13. Sounds pretty good. I might look these new albums up

    +followed! :) I like your blog!!!

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  14. It's been that long ago? God I feel old.

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  15. Amazing news! Looking forward for this new album.

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  16. Been so long since I heard the name too, should be interesting.

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  17. Nice, I'm really looking forward to this. I hope they are still as good as back then.

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  18. I've never heard of Public Enemy. I feel like a youtube marathon is in order since I'm clearly out of the loop... lol

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  19. I'm going to have to go listen to them now

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  20. Never even heard of these guys until now. o_o

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  21. is that a beasty boys reference xD

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  22. And I thought the last gasp was Flava Flav's reality show on VH1. This will be much better.

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  23. Fear of a Black Planet is an absolute classic, I hope they've still got it.

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  24. Wow big news. More old groups should come back also

    followed

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  25. That`s really good news! Thanks!

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  26. how does something like this happen. Didn't Tipper Gore accomplish anything with her Parent Music Resource Center? How is there still rap music for sale? Oh right John Denver and Frank Zappa. Who would have put those two together.

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  27. Flav looks like a punk. Thanks for the heads up!

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