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Public Enemy: Live from Metropolis Studios [Super Deluxe Box Set] [2CD/2LP/BR] [Box] [PA] [Limited]

Track List

>Intro
>Lost at Birth
>Miuzi Weights A Ton
>Get Up Stand Up
>Rebel Without A Pause
>911 Is A Joke
>Welcome To The Terrordome
>Hoovermusic
>Black Steel In The Hour/Do You Wanna Go Our Way
>Show 'Em Whatcha Got
>Bring The Noise
>Don't Believe The Hype
>Can't Truss It
>He Got Game
>Night Of The Living Baseheads
>I Shall Not Be Moved
>Fight The Power (Soul Power - Who Stole This Soul)
>Can't Do Nuttin' For Ya Man
>31 Flavors
>Shut 'Em Down
>Harder Than You Think
>Intro [LP]
>Lost at Birth [LP]
>Miuzi Weights A Ton [LP]
>Get Up Stand Up [LP]
>Rebel Without A Pause [LP]
>911 Is A Joke [LP]
>Welcome To The Terrordome [LP]
>Hoovermusic [LP]
>Black Steel In The Hour/Do You Wanna Go Our Way [LP]
>Show 'Em Whatcha Got [LP]
>Bring The Noise [LP]
>Don't Believe The Hype [LP]
>Can't Truss It [LP]
>He Got Game [LP]
>Night Of The Living Baseheads [LP]
>I Shall Not Be Moved [LP]
>Fight The Power (Soul Power - Who Stole This Soul) [LP]
>Can't Do Nuttin' For Ya Man [LP]
>31 Flavors [LP]
>Shut 'Em Down [LP]
>Harder Than You Think [LP]
>Opening Credits [Blu-Ray]
>Intro [Blu-Ray]
>Lost at Birth [Blu-Ray]
>Miuzi Weights A Ton [Blu-Ray]
>Get Up Stand Up [Blu-Ray]
>Rebel Without A Pause [Blu-Ray]
>911 Is A Joke [Blu-Ray]
>Welcome To The Terrordome [Blu-Ray]
>Hoovermusic [Blu-Ray]
>Black Steel In The Hour [Blu-Ray]
>Show Em Whatcha Got [Blu-Ray]
>Bring The Noise [Blu-Ray]
>Don't Believe The Hype [Blu-Ray]
>Can't Truss It [Blu-Ray]
>He Got Game [Blu-Ray]
>Night Of The Living Baseheads [Blu-Ray]
>I Shall Not Be Moved [Blu-Ray]
>Fight The Power [Blu-Ray]
>Can't Do Nuttin' For Ya Man [Blu-Ray]
>31 Flavors [Blu-Ray]
>Shut 'Em Down [Blu-Ray]
>Harder Than You Think [Blu-Ray]
>Credits [Blu-Ray]

Album Notes

Directors: Ramy Dance; Ben Coughlan.

Editors: Jon Walton; Darren Martin.

Recorded live in a studio in a suburb of London, Live from the Metropolis Studios appeared just a few months after Public Enemy's muscular 2015 studio effort Man Plans, God Laughs, so there's nothing from that album here. That said, this double-disc live album -- which is accompanied by a longer home video release, including a documentary -- isn't fixated on the past. To be sure, PE thread in their big hits -- "911 Is a Joke" and "Welcome to the Terrordome" come early, "Night of the Living Baseheads" and "Fight the Power" show up later -- but there are sharp selections from deep in the catalog (including the title track to Spike Lee's "He Got Game"), and the proceedings conclude with "Harder Than You Think," the 2007 single that became their biggest-ever hit in the U.K. What impresses is both the depth of the songbook plus the vigorous, sinewy attack. As they bear down on their 30th anniversary, Public Enemy may no longer sound like young men but they're canny, muscled survivors, a group intent to preach thegospel until they die with their boots on. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine



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