The discography of Public Enemy, an American hip hop group, consists of fourteen studio albums, two live albums, four compilation albums, two remix albums, one soundtrack album, four video albums, thirty-nine singles, four promotional singles and thirty-nine music videos. The group released their debut studio album, Yo! Bum Rush the Show, in February 1987; it peaked at number 125 on the United States Billboard 200. The album spawned the singles "Public Enemy No. 1" and "You're Gonna Get Yours".
He Got Game appears Public Enemy’s 1998 release of the He Got Game Soundtrack. Although the single did not break into the Billboard Top 100, it did reach number five on the Bubbling Under Hot 100. The song deals with issues such as governmental manipulation, control and corruption, racial inequality and moral decline in the United States. He Got Game features Stephen Stills and samples from Buffalo Springfield’s For What It’s Worth. He Got Game (Album Version)" Track Info.
Public Enemy - He Got Game (He Got Game/Soundtrack Version) (04:46, 320Kb/s). Public Enemy - By The Time I Get To Arizona (04:01, 320Kb/s). Public Enemy - Brothers Gonna Work It Out (05:08, 320Kb/s). Public Enemy - You're Gonna Get Yours (04:05, 320Kb/s). Public Enemy - Hazy Shade Of Criminal (04:49, 320Kb/s). Public Enemy - 911 Is A Joke (03:18, 320Kb/s). Public Enemy - Bring The Noise (03:47, 320Kb/s). On this page you can listen to the album, get information about the album, see the list of songs and much more. Listen online and stay in a good mood. Org Album: Power To The People And The Beats - Public Enemy's Greatest Hits (2005).
Previous album breakdowns undertaken by KEXP have featured the Beastie Boys classic Paul’s Boutique, and De La Soul’s Three Feet High and Rising. The Public Enemy album breakdown will feature songs from artists as wide ranging as Stevie Wonder, Slayer, Earth, Wind & Fire, James Brown, David Bowie, the . s, Kurtis Blow, and Queen. There’s no guide book for this kind of radio, said Associate Director of Programming and Morning Show host John Richards.
Public Enemy talked about the state of black America, and how every black kid in America was a public enemy. But leader Chuck D had yet to perfect his fiery blend of rhetoric and polemic on the 1987 debut album Yo! Bum Rush the Show, which – the storming Rightstarter (Message to a Black Man) aside – often avoided explicit politics in favour of boasting about their rides (You’re Gonna Get Yours), bigging up their crew (Too Much Posse) and occasionally slipping into ugly sexism (Sophisticated Bitch).
Biography by Stephen Thomas Erlewine. Influential and controversial New York rap act that attained massive cultural significance, led by the duo of Chuck D and Flavor Flav.
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- Mastered At – Masterdisk
- Producer [Uncredited] – Carl Ryder, Eric Sadler, Hank Shocklee, Keith Shocklee
- Programmed By [Additional] [Uncredited] – Paul Shabazz
- Programmed By [Uncredited] – Eric Sadler, Keith Shocklee
- Recorded By [Assisted By] [Uncredited] – Chris Champion, Dave Harrington, Dave Patillo, Jamie Staub, Jody Clay, Kamarra Alford, Tom Conway
- Recorded By [Uncredited] – Kirk Yano, Steve Loeb
- Recorded By [Uncredited], Mixed By [Uncredited] – Alan Scott Plotkin, Chris Shaw, Dan Wood, Mike Bona, Nick Sansano, Paul Eulin, Rod Hui
- Scratches [The Scratch] [Uncredited] – Norman Rogers, Wizard K-Jee*
- Written-By [Uncredited] – Carlton Ridenhour, Eric Sadler, Keith Shocklee