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New Whirl Odor


Download links and information about New Whirl Odor by Public Enemy. This album was released in 2005 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Rap genres. It contains 15 tracks with total duration of 58:49 minutes.

Artist: Public Enemy
Release date: 2005
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Rap
Tracks: 15
Duration: 58:49
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No. Title Length
1. And No One Broadcast Louder Than (Intro) 0:33
2. New Whirl Odor 3:24
3. Bring That Beat Back 4:17
4. 66.6 Strikes Again 1:45
5. Mklvfkwr 3:24
6. What a Fool Believes 3:07
7. Makes You Blind 5:34
8. Preachin' to the Quiet 4:27
9. Either We Together or We Ain't (S1W Stepstramental) 1:44
10. Revolution 4:19
11. Check What You're Listening To 5:46
12. As Long As the People Got Something to Say 3:23
13. Y'all Don't Know 4:01
14. Either You Get It By Now or You Don't 1:15
15. Superman's Black In the Building 11:50



Public Enemy never lost its artistic groove; it lost its crossover audience. The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductees have quite a few classic moments that have gone overlooked in the shadow of It Takes a Nation of Millions to Hold Us Back and Fear of a Black Planet—and 2005's New Whirl Odor is among them. The era's rappers had decided partying and bling were the ways to fame and fortune, and Chuck D and his social commentary became old-school overnight. Yet, it's Chuck D who sounds completely engaged and enraged. Rev. Al Sharpton opens this album with a ringing endorsement, as if PE is running for office. From there, Chuck sets PE's sights on then–President Bush and the mass media, reprising a theme from Black Planet with "66.6 Strikes Again" and churning pointed lines throughout the dense dance grooves of "Mklvfkwr" (featuring Moby) and "What a Fool Believes." Flavor Flav counterbalances Chuck's polemics with his absurdist cheering section. Someone has to talk Chuck D into going home, since he's one angry man on the all-too-true "Check What You're Listening To."