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Public Enemy (band) From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation, search Public Enemy Public Enemy performing in 2007 in the Canary Islands. Background information Origin Long Island, New York Genre(s) Hip hop Years active 1982–present Label(s) Def Jam Columbia CBS Sony Music Entertainment Slam Jamz Koch Play It Again Sam Associated acts The Bomb Squad Paris Anthrax Ice Cube Website www.publicenemy.com Members Chuck D Flavor Flav Professor Griff DJ Lord The S1W Former members Terminator X Sister Souljah Public Enemy, also known as PE, is an influential hip hop group from Long Island, New York, known for its politically charged lyrics, criticism of the media, and active interest in the concerns of the African American community. In 2004, Rolling Stone Magazine ranked Public Enemy number forty-four on its list of the Immortals: 100 Greatest Artists of All Time. Acclaimed Music ranks them the 29th most recommended musical act of all time and the highest hip-hop group. The group was inducted into the Long Island Music Hall of Fame in 2007. Contents [hide] 1 History 1.1 Origin of name 1.2 Signing to Def Jam Records 1.3 Stardom 1.4 Criticism 1.5 Performance at Rhythm & Vines 2008 2 Legacy 2.1 Cultural impact 3 Discography 4 Members 5 Further reading 6 References 7 External links  History  Origin of name Chuck D had put out a tape to promote WBAU (the radio station where he was working at the time) and to fend off a local emcee who wanted to battle him. He called the tape Public Enemy #1 because he felt like he was being persecuted by people in the local scene. This was the first reference to the notion of a public enemy in any of Chuck D's songs. The single was created by Chuck D with a contribution by Flavor Flav, though this was before the group Public Enemy was officially assembled. Public Enemy is also the name of a 1931 classic gangster movie starring James Cagney. According to Chuck, The S1W, which stands for Security of the First World, "represents that the black man can be just as intelligent as he is strong. It stands for the fact that we're not third-world people, we're first-world people; we're the original people [of the earth]." On the track "Louder Than a Bomb" from It Takes a Nation of Millions to Hold Us Back, Chuck D reveals that the D in his nickname stands for dangerous.  Signing to Def Jam Records Developing his talents as an MC with Flavor Flav while delivering furniture for his father's business, Chuck D (Carlton Douglas Ridenhour) and Spectrum City, as the group was called, released the record "Check out the Radio," backed by "Lies," a social commentary—both of which would influence RUSH Productions' Run-D.M.C. and Beastie Boys. The group was signed to the still developing Def Jam Recordings record label after co-founder Rick Rubin heard Chuck D freestyling on a demo. Around 1986, Bill Stephney, the former Program Director at WBAU, was approached by Rubin and offered a position with the label. Stephney accepted, and his first assignment was to help Rubin sign Chuck D, whose song "Public Enemy Number One" he had heard from Andre "Doctor Dré" Brown. According to the book The History of Rap Music by Cookie Lommel, "Stephney thought it was time to mesh the hard-hitting style of Run DMC with politics that addressed black youth. Chuck recruited Spectrum City, which included Hank Shocklee, his brother Keith Shocklee, and Eric "Vietnam" Sadler, collectively known as the Bomb Squad, to be his production team and added another Spectrum City partner, Professor Griff, to become the group's Minister of Information. With the addition of Flavor Flav and another local mobile DJ named Terminator X, the group Public Enemy was born."  Stardom Their debut album, Yo! Bum Rush The Show, was released in 1987 to critical acclaim. The group released the album It Takes a Nation of Millions to Hold Us Back in 1988, which performed better in the charts than their previous release, and included the hit single "Don't Believe the Hype" in addition to "Black Steel in the Hour of Chaos". Nation of Millions... was voted Album of the Year by the The Village Voice Pazz and Jop Poll, the first hip-hop album to be ranked number one by predominantly rock critics in a major periodical. It is also ranked the 18th best album of all time by Acclaimedmusic.net. In 1990, the group released Fear of a Black Planet which continued the politically charged themes. It was also the most successful of any of its albums and, in 2005, was selected for preservation in the Library of Congress. It included the singles "911 (is a Joke)," which criticized emergency response units for taking longer to arrive at emergencies in the black community than those in the white community, and "Fight the Power" . The song is regarded among the most popular and influential in hip-hop history and was the theme song of Spike Lee's Do The Right Thing. It is ranked the 80th best song of all time by Acclaimedmusic.net. "Fight the Power" contains the controversial lines "Elvis was a hero to most/But he never meant shit to me/You see, straight-up racist that sucker was simple and plain/Motherfuck him and John Wayne." The group’s next release, Apocalypse '91...The Enemy Strikes Black, continued this trend, with songs like "Can't Truss It" and "# I Don't Wanna be Called Yo Niga." The album included the controversial song and video "By the Time I Get to Arizona," which chronicled the black community's frustration that some states did not recognize Martin Luther King Jr.'s birthday as a national holiday. The video featured members of Public Enemy taking out their frustrations on politicians in the states not recognizing the holiday.  Criticism This article contains weasel words, vague phrasing that often accompanies biased or unverifiable
information. Such statements should be clarified or removed. (March 2009) In 1989, the band did an interview for the Washington Times. The interviewing journalist, David Mills, lifted some quotations from a UK magazine in which the band were asked their opinion on the Arab-Israeli conflict. Professor Griff’s comments apparently sympathized with the Palestinians and, reiterated in the new interview, a media firestorm was set off. Additionally, Griff was accused of anti-Semitism in 1989, when Public Enemy enjoyed unprecedented mainstream attention with their "Fight the Power" single from the soundtrack of Spike Lee's Do the Right Thing. According to Rap Attack 2, he suggested that "Jews are responsible for the majority of the wickedness in the world" (p. 177). He denies the charge to this day, calling it "crazy...really, really, crazy." Despite Griffin's denial, Ridenhour expressed an apology on his behalf. In an attempt to defuse the situation, Ridenhour first fired Griffin. He later rejoined the group, but Ridenhour then disbanded the group. When Public Enemy reformed, its members initially did so without Griffin. In the late 1990s, he rejoined the band, and Ridenhour and Griffin took on a side project, the rap rock outfit Confrontation Camp. The controversy and apologies on behalf of Griff spurred Chuck D to reference the negative press they were receiving. In 1990 Public Enemy issued the single "Welcome to the Terrordome", which contains the lyrics: "Crucifixion ain't no fiction / So-called chosen frozen / Apologies made to whoever pleases / Still they got me like Jesus". These lyrics have been cited by some in the media as anti-Semitic, making supposed references to the Chosen People with the lyric "so-called chosen" and Jewish deicide with the last line. Public Enemy have also been criticized for homophobia. The song "Meet The G That Killed Me", from their Fear of a Black Planet, contained lyrics that portray gay men as being the perpetrators of the spread of the 1980s AIDS epidemic: "Man to man / I don't know if they can / From what I know / The parts don't fit / Ahh shit / How he's sharin' a needle / With a drug addict / He don't believe he has it either / ...But the bag popped". Public Enemy have also endorsed Nation of Islam Supreme Minister Louis Farrakhan, who has been controversial for his commentary which is often interpreted as being black nationalist, homophobic, and anti-Semitic.  Performance at Rhythm & Vines 2008 It was confirmed on 12 November 2008 that the band will be the headline act at Gisborne's annual Rhythm & Vines Concert on 30 December 2008 which will be their only New Zealand performance and to also mark the group's 20th anniversary.   Legacy Public Enemy at Vegoose in 2007. From left: DJ Lord, Chuck D, and Flavor Flav.Public Enemy was a pioneering group in many ways. Some of Terminator X's most innovative scratching tricks can be heard on the song "Rebel Without a Pause," and the Bomb Squad offered up a web of innovative samples and beats. Critic Stephen Thomas Erlewine declared that PE "brought in elements of free jazz, hard funk, even musique concrète, via [its] producing team the Bomb Squad, creating a dense, ferocious sound unlike anything that came before." Public Enemy revolutionized the hip-hop world with its political, social and cultural consciousness, which infused itself into skilled and poetic rhymes with raucous sound collages as a foundation. Prior to PE, political hip-hop was confined to a few tracks by Ice-T, Grandmaster Flash and the Furious Five, and KRS-One, as well as prototypical artists such as Gil Scott-Heron and the Last Poets. PE was the first hip-hop act to base its entire image around a political stance. With the success of Public Enemy, hip-hop was suddenly flooded with new artists that celebrated Afrocentric themes, such as Kool Moe Dee, Gang Starr, X Clan, Eric B. & Rakim, Queen Latifah, the Jungle Brothers, and A Tribe Called Quest. In the 1991 movie Terminator 2: Judgment Day, John Connor (Edward Furlong) wears a Public Enemy t-shirt throughout the entire movie, exhibiting its influence even in mainstream venues. Public Enemy was the first hip-hop group to make extended world tours, which led to huge popularity and influence in hip-hop communities in Europe and Asia. It also changed the Internet's music distribution capability by being one of the first groups to release MP3-only albums, a format virtually unknown at the time. Public Enemy helped to create and define "Rap metal" by collaborating with New York Thrash metal outfit Anthrax in 1991. The single "Bring tha Noize" was a mix of semi-militant black power lyrics, grinding guitars, and sporadic humor. The two bands, cemented by a mutual respect and the personal friendship between Chuck D and his Anthrax counterpart Scott Ian, introduced a hitherto alien genre to rock fans, and the two seemingly disparate groups even toured together. Flavor Flav's pronouncement on stage that "They said this tour would never happen" (as heard on Anthrax's Live: The Island Years CD) has become something of a legend in both rock and hip-hop circles. Metal guitarists Vernon Reid (of Living Colour) contributed to Public Enemy's recordings, and PE sampled Slayer's "Angel of Death" half-time riff on "She Watch Channel Zero." Members of the Bomb Squad produced or remixed works for other acts such as Bell Biv DeVoe, Ice Cube, Vanessa Williams, Sinéad O'Connor, Blue Magic, Peter Gabriel, L.L. Cool J, Paula Abdul, Jasmine Guy, Jody Watley, Eric B & Rakim, Third Bass, Big Daddy Kane, EPMD, and Chaka Khan. According to Chuck, "We had tight dealings with MCA Records and were talking about taking three guys that were left over from New Edition and coming up with an album for them. The three happened to be Ricky Bell, Michael Bivins, and Ronnie DeVoe, later to become Bell Biv DeVoe. Ralph Tresvant had been slated to do a solo album for years, Bobby Brown had left New Edition and blew up in 1988, (Joe is in public enemy) and Johnny Gill had just been recruited to come in, but [he] had come off a solo career and could always go back to that. At MCA, Hiram Hicks, who was their manager, and Louil Silas, who was running the show, were like, 'Yo, these kids were left out in the cold. Can y'all come up with something for them?' It was a task that Hank, Keith, Eric, and I took on to try to put some kind of hip-hop-flavored R&B shit down for them. Subsequently, what happened in the four weeks of December  was that the Bomb Squad knocked out a large piece of the production and arrangement on Bell Biv DeVoe's three-million selling album Poison. In January , they knocked out Fear of a Black Planet in four weeks, and PE knocked out Ice Cube's album AmeriKKKa's Most Wanted in four to five weeks in February." They have also produced local talent such as Son of Bazerk, Young Black Teenagers, Kings of Pressure, and True Mathematics—and gave producer Kip Collins his start in the business. American Punk rock band NOFX references Public Enemy in their song "Franco Unamerican", stating "I'm watching Michael Moore expose the awful truth/ I'm listening to Public Enemy and Reagan Youth."  Cultural impact In the 1999 movie Ghost Dog: The Way of the Samurai, Sonny Valerio (Cliff Gorman) expresses his musical taste—mentioning a few hip-hop acts and the MC that he prefers: Flavor Flav. Afterward, he appears in his bathroom dancing and singing “Cold Lampin' with Flavor,” from the group’s second album, It Takes a Nation of Millions to Hold Us Back.  Discography Main article: Public Enemy discography 1987: Yo! Bum Rush the Show 1988: It Takes a Nation of Millions to Hold Us Back 1990: Fear of a Black Planet 1991: Apocalypse 91... The Enemy Strikes Black 1992: Greatest Misses 1994: Muse Sick-n-Hour Mess Age 1998: He Got Game 1999: There's a Poison Goin' On 2002: Revolverlution 2005: New Whirl Odor 2006: Rebirth of a Nation 2007: How You Sell Soul to a Soulless People Who Sold Their Soul?  Members Chuck D (Carlton Douglas Ridenhour) — leader, producer, lyricist, main vocalist, and artwork Flavor Flav (William Jonathan Drayton, Jr.) — lyricist, vocalist, producer, instrumentalist, comic relief Professor Griff (Richard Griffin) head of S1W, liaison between PE and S1W, road manager. Occasional vocalist and producer, plays drums at live shows Brian Hardgroove - (Guitarist, Band Director and producer) DJ Lord (Lord Aswod) — DJ, producer Terminator X (Norman Rogers) — DJ, producer (former member) DJ Johnny Juice (John Rosado) Studio DJ, Producer Sister Souljah, occasional vocalist, former member The following are a part of the Bomb Squad, the revolutionary production group that is closely associated with (sometimes considered a part of) Public Enemy: Hank Shocklee (Hank Boxley) Keith Shocklee (Keith Boxley) Eric "Vietnam" Sadler Gary G-Wiz Chuck D is often listed as a member of the Bomb Squad under the pseudonym Carl Ryder, a shortened form of his real name. The S1W, which stands for Security of the First World, is sometimes considered a part of Public Enemy as well. The members constantly rotate and have included among others James Norman James Allen Roger Chillous John (Butch) "Pop" Oliver Shawn Kevin Carter aka "The Interrogator" Mike Williams Andrew Williams Tracy "Big Casper" Walker Dwayne Cousar Ronald Lincoln Keith "Krunch" Godfrey Jacob "Jake" Shankle Many of the future members of Professor Griff's Last Asiatic Disciples Butch Cassidy (Aaron Allen) & his group 5ive-O, aka the Interrogators Harry Allen is also a part of the group as writer, journalist and media assassin  Further reading Young Rick- cofounder/ cowriter of lyrics*Chuck D with Yusuf Jah, Chuck D: Lyrics of a Rap Revolutionary, Off Da Books, 2007 ISBN 0-974-94841-1 Chuck D with Yusuf Jah, Fight the Power, Delacorte Press, 1997 ISBN 0-385-31868-5 Fuck You Heroes, Glen E. Friedman Photographs 1976-1991, Burning Flags Press, 1994, ISBN 0-9641916-0-1  References ^ "Public Enemy". Adam Yauch. Rolling Stone Issue 946. Rolling Stone. http://www.rollingstone.com/news/story/5939238/44_public_enemy. ^ "The Immortals: The First Fifty". Rolling Stone Issue 946. Rolling Stone. http://www.rollingstone.com/news/story/5939214/the_immortals_the_first_fifty. ^ a b c www.acclaimedmusic.net ^ "Long Island Music Hall of Fame" ^ Chuck D. and Yusuf Jah, Fight the Power, p. 82) ^ Fight The Power Named Best Hip Hop Song, AOL Music Canada ^ Public Enemy Hip-Hop Group Reorganizes after Anti-Semitic Comments - New York Times ^ Robert Christgau: Jesus, Jews, and the Jackass Theory: Public Enemy ^ PUBLIC ENEMY; Strong Adjectives - New York Times ^ jeffrubard.wordpress.com/2003/11/01/the-performativity-of-male-heterosexuality-between-beck-and-chuck-d/ ^ www.warr.org/publicenemy.html ^ arts.guardian.co.uk/features/story/0,,945463,00.html ^ www.wayoflife.org/fbns/rapmusic.htm ^ query.nytimes.com/gst/fullpage.html?res=950DE5DF143EF93AA15755C0A96F948260 ^ Bierbauer, Charles (17 October 1995), ""Million Man March: Its goal more widely accepted than its leader"", CNN, http://cnn.com/US/9510/megamarch/10-17/notebook ^ allmusic ((( It Takes a Nation of Millions to Hold Us Back > Overview ))) ^ Dubois, Keir. "Public Enemy and MP3". Transcriptions Project, December, 1999. Retrieved on March 17, 2007. ^ Fight The Power, pp. 236-237  External links Public Enemy -- official website. Public Enemy -- official video site. Public Enemy discography at Discogs. [hide]v • d • ePublic Enemy Chuck D • Flavor Flav • Professor Griff • Terminator X • DJ Lord Studio albums Yo! Bum Rush the Show • It Takes a Nation of Millions to Hold Us Back • Fear of a Black Planet • Apocalypse 91… The Enemy Strikes Black • Muse Sick-n-Hour Mess Age • There's a Poison Goin' On • Revolverlution • New Whirl Odor • Rebirth of a Nation • How You Sell Soul to a Soulless People Who Sold Their Soul? Live releases Fight the Power… Live! • The Enemy Strikes Live • Tour Of A Black Planet • It Takes a Nation: London Invasion 1987 • Fight the Power: Greatest Hits Live! Compilations Greatest Misses • He Got Game (soundtrack) • Power to the People and the Beats: Public Enemy's Greatest Hits • Beats and Places Singles "Public Enemy #1" • "You're Gonna Get Yours" • "Rebel Without a Pause" • "Bring the Noise" • "Don't Believe the Hype" • "Night of the Living Baseheads" • "Black Steel in the Hour of Chaos" • "Fight the Power" • "Welcome to the Terrordome" • "Brothers Gonna Work It Out" • "911 Is a Joke" • "Can't Do Nuttin' For Ya Man" • "Can't Truss It" • "Shut 'Em Down" • "Nighttrain" • "Hazy Shade of Criminal" • "Give It Up" • "I Stand Accused" • "So Watcha Gonna Do Now" • "He Got Game" • "Do You Wanna Go Our Way???" • "Black is Back" • "Harder Than You Think" Related articles Discography Retrieved from "http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Public_Enemy_(band)" Categories: African American musical groups | American hip hop groups | Musical groups established in 1982 | American rappers | People from Long Island | New York City musicians | People from Queens | Rappers from Long Island | Def Jam Recordings artists
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