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Title:
Public Enemy welcome to the Terrordome : 20 years of rap, rock, and revolution
Author:
Patton-Spruill, Robert, director.
Publication Information:
[Hollywood, Calif.] : Cinevision International, [2010]
Physical Description:
1 videodisc (108 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.
Summary:
Rap group Public Enemy's 20 year career has had a monumental impact on the music world. Chronicles their legacy and history, with commentary by Beastie Boys, DMC, Henry Rollins, Talib Qweli, Tom Morello, and others.
General Note:
Originally produced in 2007.
Language:
English
UPC:
879795002663
Format :
DVD

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In 1987 Public Enemy emerged as one of the most formidable forces in rap music with the release of their landmark sophomore album It Takes a Nation of Millions to Hold Us Back; nearly 20 years later, Chuck D and the crew still have what it takes to get their powerful message across while whipping the crowd into an absolute frenzy. On the heels of Public Enemy's 2007 release How You Sell Soul to a Soulless People Who Sold Their Soul, a wide variety of musical artists including Henry Rollins, Jonathan Davis, Tom Morello, Talib Kweli, and the Beastie Boys come together in order to reflect on the power of a group whose influence continues to be felt even as they move forward to blaze new trails. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi