Public Enemy It Takes a Nation of Millions to Hold Us
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LambsBread
October 20th 2013


6090 Comments


Hmmm this is like a 2.5 or 3

but I am white and so therefore it is a 5 because

I am guilty.

Dunpeal
October 20th 2013


4062 Comments


we're all white here

FearThyEvil
October 20th 2013


14946 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

2.5 or a 3? are you serious?

ShadowRemains
October 20th 2013


24261 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

he's hillary



of course he's serious(ly retarded)

demigod!
October 20th 2013


48874 Comments


this is a true classic

FearThyEvil
October 20th 2013


14946 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

he's hillary



of course he's serious(ly retarded)



Oh, definitely explains that.

oltnabrick
December 5th 2013


35695 Comments


Some perpetrate, they drink Clorox
Attack the Black, because I know they lack exact
The cold facts, and still they try to Xerox

Digging: Babyfather - 419

Funeralopolis
October 20th 2014


13901 Comments


this is alright but a 4.5 average is ridiculous

NeroCorleone80
November 22nd 2014


33989 Comments


Far too low agreed

Digging: Dog Faced Hermans - Those Deep Buds

hikingmetalpunk
March 18th 2015


1805 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

who gives a fuck about a goddamn grammy

NeroCorleone80
March 19th 2015


33989 Comments


Can you handle it son?

I'm hip-hop album #1

PappyMason
March 19th 2015


5663 Comments


Wouldn't have it any other way tbh.

This was the album that properly got me into hip-hop. I should really spin it more these days.

NeroCorleone80
April 5th 2015


33989 Comments


Goes harder than most thrash

zakalwe
April 5th 2015


19573 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

This has the lot

adr
April 5th 2015


11003 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Hahah good one Nero.



Best from the 80's, but the 90's are superior, there are better albums from the golden age.

NeroCorleone80
April 5th 2015


33989 Comments


The 90s is only the better decade because hip-hop didnt really blow up until the mid 80s.

1988 and 1995 are definitely the two best years for hip-hop imo. So many classics from both years.

adr
April 5th 2015


11003 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

i've heard like 4 hip hop albums from the 80's, they are nice, but eh sounds too aged for my liking.

NeroCorleone80
April 5th 2015


33989 Comments


Which ones?

adr
April 5th 2015


11003 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

this, Paul's Boutique and Paid In Full i thought Public Enemy's next album is from the 80's too, but i was wrong :o

NeroCorleone80
April 5th 2015


33989 Comments


Check out:

Boogie Down Productions - By All Means Necessary
EPMD - Strictly Business
Ultramagnetic MCs - Critical Beatdown
Run DMC - Raising Hell
Big Daddy Kane - Long Live the Kane
N.W.A - Straight Outta Compton



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