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Thread: Public Enemy - It Takes A Nation Of Millions To Hold Us Back

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    Default Public Enemy - It Takes A Nation Of Millions To Hold Us Back

    1. Countdown To Armageddon 10/10 (Just a intro but like a world war shit)
    2. Bring The Noise 10/10 (maybe my favorite track of PE)
    3. Don't Belive The Hype 10/10 (hit that all people can feel)
    4. Cold Lampin With Flavor 8/10 (flav's on fire)
    5. Terminator X To The Edge Of Panic 10/10 (aww shit son, i feel like a soldier when i play this)
    6. Mind Terrorist 9/10 (original yeah boiii)
    7. Lauder Than A Bomb 10/10 (a perfect kinda track)
    8. Caught, Can We Get A Witness 9/10 (funky shit son)
    9. Show Em' Whatcha Got 10/10 (that's a masterpiece)
    10. She Watch Channel Zero 10/10 (dropin knowledge hardcore)
    11. Night Of The Living Baseheads 10/10 ( and ya say goddamn this is a dope jam)
    12. Black Steel In The Hour Of Chaos 10/10 (that's a dope jam too)
    13. Security Of The First World 7/10 (a chill atmosphere but nuttin special)
    14. Rebel Without A Pause 10/10 (one of the dopest shits ever entered my eardrums)
    15. Prophets Of Rage 10/10 (so smooth original and well produced)
    16. Party For Your Right To Fight 9/10 (flav n chuck really got this.)



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    10 fo sho!
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    (top) 10 most def. in hip hop history

    10/10

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    10. one of the best hip hop LPs ever.

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    10/10

    "Terminator X packs the jam. Who gives a fuck about a goddamn Grammy?!"

    Words to live by.

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    I'm sorry to hear about the S1W's though. Check this out...

    http://www.theonion.com/content/node/53796

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    I think itís fair to say the production hasnít aged that well, as many albums from that time havenít, but you have to consider what impact it made at the time of release. The fact that in terms of sampling, it was revolutionary. The fact that the lyrics were explosive to anything else at the time. Chuck Ds commanding voice. It was just ill man. How can you front on any of the tracks? Rebel without A Pause? Black Steel in the Hour of Chaos etc?

    5 fucking mics.

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    yeah and I even didnt know what's rap in 88 but still blowed my mind away when i start listening 2 it. after the impact.
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    On a scale of 1 to 10 it would be 15.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Slim T View Post
    On a scale of 1 to 10 it would be 15.
    Perfectly put, but i'd have it 110

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rorschach View Post
    I think it?s fair to say the production hasn?t aged that well, as many albums from that time haven?t, but you have to consider what impact it made at the time of release. The fact that in terms of sampling, it was revolutionary. The fact that the lyrics were explosive to anything else at the time. Chuck Ds commanding voice. It was just ill man. How can you front on any of the tracks? Rebel without A Pause? Black Steel in the Hour of Chaos etc?

    5 fucking mics.

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    i think the production has aged very well. maybe not as well as critical beatdown, but close.

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    10/10

    Good listen all the way through... timeless too.

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    classic for sure too bad they FUCKED it up with their newer albums


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    Classic ols school album with some sick beats and some political lyrics

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