Apocalypse 91 The Enemy Strikes Black by Public Enemy Cassette Tape Rap Hip Hop

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Apocalypse 91 The Enemy Strikes Black is the fourth studio album by American
hip hop group Public Enemy released in 1991 by Def Jam . The album received
critical acclaim, ranking at No. 2 in The Village Voice's 1991 Pazz & Jop
critics' poll. The group would take a new direction with their sound, partly
out of necessity. According to Hank Shocklee, around this time, the disks for
every track they had been working on for the past four to five years had been
stolen. As a result, they had to rush to re-create their music and to put out
their album in a timely manner. The group recorded "1 Million Bottlebags" to
protest the pervasiveness of malt liquor in the African-American community.
Public Enemy collaborated with the metal band Anthrax to record a thrash
version of their earlier hit "Bring the Noise."

Apocalypse 91 The Enemy Strikes Black by Public Enemy

Cover is VG+
Tape is VG+ and plays great
Includes original lyric sheet

Vintage cassettes are never perfect and may have some slight audio
imperfections. If you have any issues return it for a refund.

Album Tracks:
Lost At Birth
Can't Truss It
I Don't Wanna Be Called Yo Niga
How To Kill A Radio Consultant
By The Time I Get To Arizona
1 Million Bottlebags
More News At 11
Shut Em Down
A Letter To The New York Post
Get The F... Outta Dodge
Bring Tha Noize

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