Public Enemy: It Takes a Nation of Millions to Hold Us Back (LP)
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Public Enemy – It Takes A Nation Of Millions To Hold Us Back
'LONDON ENGLAND......CONSIDER YOURSELVES.....WARNED!'
So begins Public Enemy's sophomore album, It Takes A Nation Of Millions To Hold Us Back. And yes, you need the warning. Their debut album, Yo! Bum Rush The Show, dropped like a bomb, and its follow-up was no slouch either. Most consider it one of the greatest hip-hop albums ever. It certainly says something that, in the notoriously 'here-and-now' world of hip-hop, an album from around 15 years ago can still command so much respect - not just from hip-hop fans, but from practically everyone.
Arguments about what the greatest hip-hop album (or even greatest Public Enemy album) is are ultimately useless. All you need to know is that it's great. Not many rap albums are indespensible. This is.
Rating 5/5 - Iai EMERITUS January 16th, 2005 sputnikmusic.com
|A1||Countdown To Armageddon||1:41|
|A2||Bring The Noise||3:45|
|A3||Don't Believe The Hype||5:18|
|A4||Cold Lampin With Flavor||4:16|
|A5||Terminator X To The Edge Of Panic||4:31|
|A7||Louder Than A Bomb||3:37|
|A8||Caught, Can We Get A Witness?||4:55|
|B1||Show Em Whatcha Got||1:56|
|B2||She Watch Channel Zero?!||3:49|
|B3||Night Of The Living Baseheads||3:13|
|B4||Black Steel In The Hour Of Chaos||6:24|
|B5||Security Of The First World||1:19|
|B6||Rebel Without A Pause||5:00|
|B7||Prophets Of Rage||3:18|
|B8||Party For Your Right To Fight||3:26|