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25th Anniversary Collection

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Download links and information about 25th Anniversary Collection by Public Enemy. This album was released in 2013 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Rap genres. It contains 96 tracks with total duration of 05:39:29 minutes.

Artist: Public Enemy
Release date: 2013
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Rap
Tracks: 96
Duration: 05:39:29
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. You're Gonna Get Yours 4:04
2. Sophisticated Bitch 4:30
3. Miuzi Weighs a Ton 5:44
4. Timebomb 2:54
5. Too Much Posse 2:25
6. Rightstarter (Message to a Black Man) 3:48
7. Public Enemy No. 1 4:41
8. M.P.E. 3:44
9. Yo! Bum Rush the Show 4:25
10. Raise the Roof 5:18
11. Megablast 2:51
12. Terminator X Speaks With His Hands 2:13
13. Countdown to Armageddon 1:40
14. Bring the Noise 3:46
15. Don't Believe the Hype 5:19
16. Cold Lampin' With Flavor 4:17
17. Terminator X to the Edge of Panic 4:31
18. Mind Terrorist 1:21
19. Louder Than a Bomb 3:37
20. Caught, Can We Get a Witness? 4:53
21. Show 'Em Whatcha Got 1:56
22. She Watch Channel Zero?! 3:49
23. Night of the Living Baseheads 3:14
24. Black Steel In the Hour of Chaos 6:23
25. Security of the First World 1:20
26. Rebel Without a Pause 5:02
27. Prophets of Rage 3:18
28. Party for Your Right to Fight 3:25
29. Contract On the World Love Jam (Instrumental) 1:44
30. Brothers Gonna Work It Out 5:07
31. 911 Is a Joke 3:17
32. Incident At 66.6 FM (Instrumental) 1:37
33. Welcome to the Terrordome 5:25
34. Meet the G That Killed Me 0:44
35. Pollywanacraka 3:52
36. Anti-N****r Machine 3:17
37. Burn Hollywood Burn (feat. Ice Cube & Big Daddy Kane) 2:47
38. Power to the People 3:48
39. Who Stole the Soul? 3:49
40. Fear of a Black Planet 3:45
41. Revolutionary Generation 5:43
42. Can't Do Nuttin' for Ya, Man! 2:46
43. Reggie Jax 1:35
44. Leave This Off Your Fu*Kin Charts (Instrumental) 2:31
45. B Side Wins Again 3:45
46. War At 33 1/3 2:07
47. Final Count of the Collision Between Us and the Damned (Instrumental) 0:48
48. Fight the Power 4:42
49. Lost At Birth 3:49
50. Rebirth 0:59
51. Nighttrain 3:27
52. Can't Truss It 5:21
53. I Don't Wanna Be Called Yo Niga 4:23
54. How to Kill a Radio Consultant 3:09
55. By the Time I Get to Arizona 4:48
56. Move! (feat. Sister Souljah) 4:59
57. 1 Million Bottlebags 4:06
58. More News At 11 2:39
59. Shut 'Em Down 5:04
60. A Letter to the New York Post 2:45
61. Get the F... Outta Dodge 2:38
62. Bring tha Noize (featuring Anthrax) 3:47
63. Whole Lotta Love Goin On In the Middle of Hell 3:11
64. Theatrical Parts 0:28
65. Give It Up 4:31
66. What Side You On? 4:07
67. Bedlam 13:13 4:06
68. Stop In the Name... 1:21
69. What Kind of Power We Got? 5:30
70. So Whatcha Gone Do Now? 4:41
71. White Heaven/Black Hell 1:06
72. Race Against Time 3:20
73. They Used to Call It Dope 0:29
74. Aintnuttin Buttersong 4:23
75. Live and Undrugged, Pts. 1 & 2 5:54
76. Thin Line Between Law & Rape 4:45
77. I Ain't Mad At All 3:24
78. Death of a Carjacka 2:00
79. I Stand Accused 3:56
80. Godd Complexx 3:40
81. Hitler Day 4:27
82. Harry Allen's Interactive Super Highway Phone Call to Chuck D 2:52
83. Living In a Zoo 3:38
84. Resurrection (feat. Masta Killa) 4:20
85. He Got Game (feat. Stephen Stills) 4:46
86. Unstoppable (feat. KRS-One) 3:14
87. Shake Your Booty (featuring Flavor Flav) 3:45
88. Is Your God a Dog 5:08
89. House of the Rising Son 3:16
90. Revelation 33 1/3 Revolutions 4:11
91. Game Face 3:17
92. Politics of the Sneaker Pimps 3:16
93. What You Need Is Jesus 3:29
94. Super Agent 3:35
95. Go Cat Go 3:48
96. Sudden Death (Interlude) 2:04

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At 96 songs deep, 25th Anniversary Collection gathers Public Enemy’s first six albums in their entirety. It was originally available on vinyl as part of a limited-edition box set via The Island Def Jam Music Group. Now in digitally remastered form, it kicks off with PE's 1987 debut album, Yo! Bum Rush the Show. Producer Rick Rubin’s dated production is immediately recognizable with the same blend of rap and rock guitars heard the previous year on The Beastie Boys’ Licensed to Ill. But where the Beasties started off as partiers, Public Enemy took a hard stance on sociopolitical issues with a style that was both intimidating (“You’re Gonna Get Yours”) and revolutionary (“Public Enemy No. 1”), initially inspired by The Black Panther Party. As Chuck D and Flavor Flav were finding their individual voices, It Takes a Nation of Millions to Hold Us Back reinvented hip-hop. “Bring the Noise” collaborated with the thrash-metal band Anthrax, and “Don’t Believe the Hype” challenged Public Enemy’s fans to question authority. Fear of a Black Planet set the tone for the '90s with the upstart anthem “911 Is a Joke.”