Public Enemy - Apocalypse '91 (The Enemy Strikes Black)
NME.COM feature on Public Enemy - Apocalypse '91 (The Enemy Strikes Black) album including album review, artwork, tracks, listen now, tour dates, discography and more.
Release date: 13 July 1995
How You Sell Soul To A Soulless People Who Sold Their Soul
Those of us who are paid by the word can only thank Chuck D and co for the unwieldy title of the latest PE effort, which, though displaying no evidence that the’ve listened to any hip-hop in the last 10 years, has a certain loud and unreasonable charm. Nowhere more so than on deafening rock-rap breezeblock ‘Black Is Back’ and the hefty ‘Frankenstar’. The leonine funk of ‘Can You...
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KOKO, London, Thursday July 25
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Freeze Festival, London, October 27
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Public Enemy, Stereo MC's, Sizzla and Ice-T are among those performing at the re-located Essential weekender...
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The Public Enemy rapper's chain has kicked the bucket
Flavor Flav and Chuck D say there's a difference between rap and hip-hop...
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