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'Apocalypse 91: The Enemy Strikes Black:' Public Enemy's Urgent Fourth Album Is as Timely as Ever

Public Enemy's scorching response to tabloid attention, mainstream radio, corporate exploitation and race relations turns 25. Continue reading…
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