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Bring The Noise by Public Enemy

Artist Biography For Public Enemy

Public Enemy Is An American Hip Hop Group Formed By Chuck D And Flavor Flav In Long Island New York In 1985. The Group Rose To Prominence For Their Political Messages Including Subjects Such As American Racism And The American Media. Their Debut Album Yo! Bum Rush The Show Was Released In 1987 To Critical Acclaim And Their Second Album It Takes A Nation Of Millions To Hold Us Back 1988 Was The First Hip Hop Album To Top The Village Voice's Pazz & Jop Critics' Poll. Their Next Three Albums Fear Of A Black Planet 1990 Apocalypse 91... The Enemy Strikes Black 1991 And Muse Sick-N-Hour Mess Age 1994 Were Also Well Received. The Group Has Since Released Twelve More Studio Albums Including The Soundtrack To The 1998 Sports-Drama Film He Got Game And A Collaborative Album With Paris Rebirth Of A Nation 2006 . Public Enemy Has Gone Through Many Lineup Changes Over The Years With Chuck D And Flavor Flav Remaining The Only Constant Members. Co-Founder Professor Griff Left In 1989 But Rejoined In 1998 Before Parting Ways Again Some Years Later. DJ Lord Also Joined Public Enemy In 1998 As The Replacement Of The Group's Original DJ Terminator X. In 2020 It Was Announced That Flavor Flav Had Been Fired From The Group. His Firing Was Later Revealed To Be A Publicity Stunt That Was Called An April Fools' Day Prank. Public Enemy Without Flavor Flav Would Also Tour And Record Music Under The Name Of Public Enemy Radio Which Consists Of The Lineup Of Chuck D Jahi DJ Lord And The S1Ws. Public Enemy's First Four Albums During The Late 1980s And Early 1990s Were All Certified Either Gold Or Platinum And Were According To Music Critic Robert Hilburn In 1998 "the Most Acclaimed Body Of Work Ever By A Hip Hop Act". Critic Stephen Thomas Erlewine Called Them "the Most Influential And Radical Band Of Their Time". They Were Inducted Into Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame In 2013. They Were Honored With The Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award At The 62nd Grammy Awards. Full Wikipedia Article Https //en.Wikipedia.Org/wiki/Public_Enemy Studio Albums
Yo! Bum Rush The Show 1987 It Takes A Nation Of Millions To Hold Us Back 1988 Fear Of A Black Planet 1990 Apocalypse 91... The Enemy Strikes Black 1991 Muse Sick-N-Hour Mess Age 1994 There's A Poison Goin' On 1999 Revolverlution 2002 New Whirl Odor 2005 How You Sell Soul To A Soulless People Who Sold Their Soul? 2007 Most Of My Heroes Still Don't Appear On No Stamp 2012 The Evil Empire Of Everything 2012 Man Plans God Laughs 2015 Nothing Is Quick In The Desert 2017 Loud Is Not Enough 2020 Released Under The Name Public Enemy Radio What You Gonna Do When The Grid Goes Down? 2020 ---------- There Are Three Other Groups Named Public Enemy 2 The First Public Enemy An Oi!/punk Band Formed In 1984 Who Released One LP Album England's Glory And One 7 Inch Skinheads . This Band Was Never White Supremacist And Has No Connection To The "revived" Public Enemy 3 White Power Group From The UK Formed By Paul Burnley Of No Remorse . Released 3 CDs “Paul Burnley Is The Real Public Enemy” "There Is Only One..." And “Archives”. 4 Public Enemy Was A Hardcore/Punk Group From Tuscon Arizona.

Frogtoon Music - Song Info: Bring the Noise

"Bring The Noise" Is A Song By The Hip Hop Group Public Enemy. It Was Included On The Soundtrack Of The 1987 Film Less Than Zero And Was Also Released As A Single That Year. It Later Became The Second Track And The First Actual Song On The Group's Groundbreaking 1988 Album It Takes A Nation Of Millions To Hold Us Back. The Single Reached #56 On The Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs Chart. The Song's Lyrics Most Of Which Are Delivered Rapid-Fire By Chuck D With Interjections From Flavor Flav Include Boasts Of Public Enemy's Prowess An Endorsement Of Nation Of Islam Leader Louis Farrakhan Retorts To Unspecified Critics And Arguments For Rap As A Legitimate Musical Genre On Par With Rock. The Lyrics Also Have A Remarkable Metrical Complexity Making Extensive Use Of Meters Like Dactylic Hexameter. The Title Phrase Appears In The Chorus. The Song Includes Several Shout-Outs To Artists Like Run-DMC Eric B LL Cool J And Unusual For A Rap Group Thrash Metal Band Anthrax Allegedly Because Chuck D Was Flattered About Scott Ian Wearing Public Enemy Shirts While Performing Anthrax Gigs. The Song's Production By The Bomb Squad Which Exemplifies Their Characteristic Style Features A Dissonant Mixture Of Funk Samples Drum Machine Patterns Record Scratching By DJ Terminator X Siren Sound Effects And Other Industrial Noise. "Bring The Noise" Was Ranked #160 On Rolling Stone's List Of The 500 Greatest Songs Of All Time.

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