Public Enemy It Takes a Nation of Millions to Hold Us
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Abaddon2005
April 8th 2007


684 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Rick Rubin was the executive producer, but it was produced by members of The Bomb Squad.

711
April 8th 2007


1341 Comments


Im very likely going to get this, as Ive been on a hip-hop listening frenzy for the past couple of days.

kombuchamushroomman
April 9th 2007


2 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

haha i'm all rock, punk, and metal (with some ska reggae and other stuff in there) but once i listened to this album i was immediately hooked...it's just awesome.

and they're the only hip-hop i like/ever have liked.

wooh.

Kenno
May 21st 2007


1 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

If I remember rightly, this was the second album I ever bought myself, the first one being: Yo! Bum Rush the Show.

It was 1988 and I was 10yrs old. Man, did this album blow me away and put a smile on my face!! It still sounds good today. Personal favourites are "Night of the Living Baseheads" and "Black Steel in the Hour of Chaos"

pulseczar
May 27th 2007


2385 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

she watch CHANNEL ZERO- she wa she wa she wa she wa she wa she wa she wa she wa she wa she wa she wa she wa she wa she wa she wa she wa she wa she wa

Slaapkamers
May 27th 2007


596 Comments


Totally not a 5 pulse ugh.

MeowMeow
May 27th 2007


662 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

I lost my copy of this a couple weeks ago. Now I want to listen to this =(

pulseczar
May 27th 2007


2385 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

well i'm sorry elim i guess i can feel the flavor of love and you cannot whatever

FriendofTheDevil70
June 30th 2007


384 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

One of the best rap albums ever. Chuck D has such a powerful voice that just forces you to listen.

kalkal50
August 24th 2007


2386 Comments


i guess i need to hear this

MrKite
October 21st 2007


5020 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

This is awesome.

Chuck and Flav remind me of the two dogs from Bugs Bunny. Y'know where the little one jumps around hyper as shit admiring the big one and the big ones just cool.This Message Edited On 10.21.07

MasterSan
February 10th 2008


113 Comments

Album Rating: 2.0

Great review... sadly I hate Public Enemy. One of the most overrated bands ever.

MusicFan2007
February 12th 2008


35 Comments


[quote="MasterSan"]Great review... sadly I hate Public Enemy. One of the most overrated bands ever.[/quote]

Shut the fuck up!This Message Edited On 02.12.08

Prometherion
March 3rd 2008


208 Comments


Awesome, perfect album compared to this blin bling sh*t that we hear nowadays... Sampling is awesome, Chuck D's voice is great and "She Watc Channel Zero?!" just OWNZ!!!

tharealest
July 8th 2008


12 Comments


classic

myhigherpie
August 20th 2008


3027 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

Old school rap is the only time when the genre was worth noting as a respectful genre of music.

If only rappers werent so fucking stupid, and followed in the footsteps in great old school rappers like public enemy and run DMC....

timmyz1989
December 22nd 2008


6 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

This is by far my favorite rap album of all time. Because Chuck's deliverance is so aggressive and you have Flavor's humor to balance it out. And the scratches from Terminator X is incredible.

PracticallyInsane
June 15th 2009


8 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5


This is by far my favorite rap album of all time. Because Chuck's deliverance is so aggressive and you have Flavor's humor to balance it out. And the scratches from Terminator X is incredible.

get FOABP it is superior to this, although this is an excellent record also.

DiceMan
February 24th 2010


7068 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

Bring The Noise is so awesome.

Trez
May 16th 2010


90 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

Yup. Great CD. Gotta love the Slayer guitar sample in "She Watch Channel Zero?!" Great song.



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