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Old 09-15-2011, 12:30 PM   #35
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Sept.15th – Public Enemy release their 5th album “Greatest Misses” on Def Jam Records , on this day in 1992.

Def Jam Records had wanted to do a greatest hits compilation , which Chuck D thought that after only 5 years in the recording industry was premature. So instead “Greatest Misses” became a collection of new songs, unreleased material and remixes of previous hits and album tracks courtesy of Chuck Chill-Out , Sir Jinx , Damon “Dollars” Kelly , Jeff Trotter , Greg Beasley , Shy Skillz and the late great Jam-Master Jay.

“Greatsest Misses” also featured a live U.K. television performance of Pete Rock’s remix to “Shut Em Down” as well as new tracks like the hit single ; “Hazy Shade Of Criminal” as well as “Gotta Do What I Gotta Do” , “Gett Off My Back” , also featured in the 1992 Columbia Pictures film “Mo’ Money” and “Air Hoodlum”.

Kay Gee of Naughty by Nature also celebrates another b day on this day

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