Public Enemy Fear of a Black Planet
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STLMiguel
June 20th 2006


335 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

How's P.E.'s 4th album? I know the singles ("Arizona," the Anthrax tune) but that is all.

I've been listening to Fear a ton lately ... Chuck D, you beast!

Iai
Emeritus
June 21st 2006


3553 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0 | Sound Off

To be honest, I think it's a major step down.

burton.and.gas
September 2nd 2006


641 Comments


(Don't even get me started on Rage Against The Machine, who ripped off PE's every move and somehow got away with it.)


I disagree, there is a great deal of difference between PE and RATM. Ok so PE were a clear influence on RATM, but tehy were generally heavier as an act and tbh i only see similarites but no evidence of anyone ripping anyone else off.

burton.and.gas
September 2nd 2006


641 Comments


the review is great though

Thor
September 3rd 2006


10200 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

Wow, Public Enemy is the best rap group ever. They're the best thing to ever happen to the genre.

Brain Dead
September 3rd 2006


1150 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

I actually don't think they're that spectacular at rapping. They get a lot of credit for their intelligent political views, and they certainly have an abundance of those. But in terms of actual rhyming skill, Chuck D and his crew are torched by such rappers as Nas, Jay-Z, and 2Pac.

Thor
September 3rd 2006


10200 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

I'm not so sure about that. Nas, maybe...but Chuck D's rapping ability is certainly at a high level.

I actually hate Jay-Z and 2Pac.

Eliminator
September 3rd 2006


2067 Comments


But Ron Burgundy says that Jay-Z rules.

burton.and.gas
September 3rd 2006


641 Comments


i loathe 2pace but Jay-Z is cool.

stinkypoptart
September 27th 2006


1169 Comments


im not a big fan of rap but im listening to revolutionary generation and its ok.

Doppelganger
February 8th 2007


3124 Comments


Woah, wait a minute.... This has nothing to do with the review or the album for the most part, but isn't the new Porcupine Tree album going to be titled "Fear of a Blank Planet?"

samthebassman
May 16th 2007


2164 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

Good review, a controversial & important album, not really to my tastes though.

MasterSan
February 10th 2008


113 Comments

Album Rating: 1.5

Another great review. Sadly, Public Enemy were a hero to most, but they never meant shit to me.

Iai
Emeritus
February 10th 2008


3553 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0 | Sound Off

MOTHERFUCK YOU AND JOHN WAYNE



MusicFan2007
February 12th 2008


35 Comments


[quote="MasterSan"]Another great review. Sadly, Public Enemy were a hero to most, but they never meant **** to me.[/quote]

Must be the crack talking.

EStreetFan
June 18th 2008


89 Comments


Killer rap album. Probably my third favorite after It Takes A Nation and The Low End Theory.This Message Edited On 06.18.08

PracticallyInsane
June 15th 2009


8 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0 | Sound Off

Excellent review, the writing standard on here is brilliant - kinda scared to write a review. This is my favorite album of all time, great from start to finish.

random
January 6th 2010


2267 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

Public Enemy is boss.

WatchItExplode
January 6th 2010


3273 Comments


get up a git, git, git down

Digging: Giant Squid - Minoans

random
January 6th 2010


2267 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

Also, is this album worth picking up for 5.99?



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