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Public Enemy’s Chuck D: „Get our new album while it’s free!“ (until July 4)

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Public Enemy: Nothing Is Quick In The Desert

Public Enemy: Nothing Is Quick In The Desert

On Public Enemy’s Bandcamp page, Chuck D just announced:

After 30 years, 106 tours across 105 countries and countless records, THANK YOU! This one is on Public Enemy. Get it while it’s free.

„Nothing Is Quick In The Desert“ will be available until July 4. I am listening to it right now – what I’ve heard so far is great!

Rolling Stone reports:

The 13-track album features guest appearances from Ice-T, PMD of EPMD, Easy Mo Bee, Sammy Vegas and Solé. Longtime collaborator David „CDOC“ Snyder produced the record, with help from Stetsasonic’s Daddy-O, DJ Pain 1, Mike Redman, Dejuan Boyd, JP Hesser and Public Enemy’s Professor Griff and DJ Lord.

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Written by Peter Jebsen

3. Juli 2017 at 1:47

Keith Richards is to the Rolling Stones What Flavor Flav is to Public Enemy

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Another post in English:

I recently looked into Sly & Robbie’s back catalog which included a collaboration with the Rolling Stones („Too Much Blood“ on 1983’s „Undercover“ album). This made me revisit several of my favorite Stones albums as well.

While doing this, I reencountered „Too Rude“ from 1986’s „Dirty Work“ album – a song which features lead vocalist Keith Richards and which is closer to ‚roots reggae‘ than „Too Much Blood“ (despite Sly & Robbie’s involvement in the latter). Here’s a very nice 1988 version by Keith Richards & his Expensive Winos:

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Written by Peter Jebsen

15. Juli 2009 at 8:30

N.A.S.A.’s „Spirit of Apollo“ Is a Contender for Best Hip Hop Album of the Year

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Mein jüngster Last.FM-Blog-Beitrag:

I’ve been lucky enough to be able to listen to an advance copy of N.A.S.A.’s album Spirit Of Apollo which will be released in the U.S. on February 17, 2009 (according to Amazon.com), and in Germany on February 13, 2009 (according to Amazon.de).

According to its label Anti, >> N.A.S.A is an ongoing creative collaboration between two lifelong music aficionados, Squeak E. Clean and DJ Zegon, and their friends, friends of friends and musical heroes. While N.A.S.A. stands for North America/South America and contains a number of superstar artists from both coasts of the US, it is about as far from a tension-building geographical showdown as a record can get.
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Public Enemy: Die großen alten Herren des Polit-HipHop in Höchstform

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Das Wichtigste zuerst:

Liebe HipHop-Aficionados in Mannheim, Frankfurt/M., München und Wien,

wenn ihr am Sonntag, 7. Dezember 2008 (Mannheim), am Montag, 8. Dezember (Frankfurt/M.), am Dienstag, 9. Dezember (München), oder am Mittwoch, 10. Dezember (Wien), noch nichts vor und um die 30 Euro übrig habt, dann schaut euch unbedingt Public Enemy an. Karten gibt’s beim Kartenhaus.
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