Public Enemy

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

Public Enemy - Fear Of A Black Planet Fear Of A Black Planet
Hip Hop Used - LP C45413 Def Jam
1990 Original With Custom Inner Sleeve. The Last Vital PE Release! Includes The Hits "911 Is A Joke," "Fight The Power" And Perhaps The Greatest Hip Hop Track Ever "Welcome To The Terrordome."... more details
 
Public Enemy - 911 Is A Joke 911 Is A Joke
Hip Hop Used - 12 73179 Def Jam
1990 12" Single In Picture Sleeve. Clean COH. Features Vocal And Instrumental Versions Of "911 Is A Joke" And "Revolutionary Generation." Vinyl Appears Glossy, Unplayed.... more details
 
Public Enemy - Apocalypse 91...The Enemy Strikes Black Apocalypse 91...The Enemy Strikes Black
Hip Hop Used - LP C2 47374 Def Jam
1991 2LP Gatefold Original In Glossy, Unplayed Condition. Their Comeback Album After The Professor Griff Brouhaha And A Brief Break Up. Includes "Bring Tha Noize" With Anthrax.... more details
 
Public Enemy - 25th Anniversary Vinyl Collection 25th Anniversary Vinyl Collection
Hip Hop New - LP 06007 534 087-8 Def Jam
Sealed 2013 Limited Edition Box Set Containing The Complete Def Jam Studio Albums (6 Albums And Nine 12 Inchers) With Complete Reproduction Of The Original LP Releases. Some Shrink Tears, But Box Remains Sealed.... more details
 
Public Enemy - Yo! Bum Rush The Show Yo! Bum Rush The Show
Hip Hop New - LP SVLP 213 Simply Vinyl
Sealed 2000 180gm HQ Reissue. “Sometimes, Debut Albums Present An Artist In Full Bloom, With An Assured Grasp On Their Sound And Message. Sometimes, Debut Albums Are Nothing But Promise, Pointing Toward What The Artist Could Do. Public Enemy's Gripping First Album, Yo! Bum Rush The Show, Manages To Fill Both Categories: It's An Expert, Fully Realized Record Of Extraordinary Power, But It Pales In Comparison With What Came Merely A Year Later. This Is Very Much A Rick Rubin-Directed Production, Kicking Heavy Guitars Toward The Front, Honing The Loops, Rhythms, And Samples Into A Roar With As Much In Common With Rock As Rap. The Bomb Squad Are Apparent, But They're In Nascent Stage -- Certain Sounds And Ideas That Would Later Become Trademarks Bubble Underneath The Surface. And The Same Thing Could Be Said For Chuck D, Whose Searing, Structured Rhymes And Revolutionary Ideas Are Still Being Formed. This Is Still The Sound Of A Group Comfortable Rocking The Neighborhood, But Not Yet Ready To Enter The Larger National Stage. But, Damn If They Don't Sound Like They've Already Conquered The World! Already, There Is A Tangible, Physical Excitement To The Music, Something That Hits The Gut With Relentless Force, As The Mind Races To Keep Up With Chuck's Relentless Rhymes Or Flavor Flav's Spastic Outbursts. And If There Doesn't Seem To Be As Many Classics Here -- "You're Gonna Get Yours," "Miuzi Weighs A Ton," "Public Enemy No. 1" -- That's Only In Comparison To What Came Later, Since By Any Other Artist An Album This Furious, Visceral, And Exciting Would Unquestionably Be Heralded As A Classic. From Public Enemy, This Is Simply A Shade Under Classic Status.” Stephen Thomas Erlewine, AMG.... more details
 

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