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Revolverlution [PA]

  • 1. Gotta Give the Peeps What They Need
    2. Revolverlution
    3. Miuzi Weighs a Ton
    4. Put It Up
    5. Can a Woman Make a Man Lose His Mind?
    6. Public Enemy Service Anouncement #1
    7. Fight the Power
    8. By the Time I Get to Arizona - (the Moleman Mix)
    9. Post Concert Arizona - (interview)
    10. Son of a Bush
    11. 54321...Boom
    12. Welcome to the Terrordome
    13. B Side Wins Again - (Scattershot Remix, Scattershot remix)
    14. Get Your Shit Together
    15. Public Enemy Service Announcement #2
    16. Shut Em Down - (The Functionist remix)
    17. Now a' Daze
    18. Public Enemy No. 1 - (Jeronimo Punx Redu remix)
    19. Making of Burn Hollywood Burn, The - (interview)
    20. Gotta Give the Peeps What They Need - (DJ Johnny Juice-Paris Revolverlut mix)
    21. What Good Is a Bomb
  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 8388

  • Credits
    EngineerEarle Holder; John Penn II; Albie Cora

    Public Enemy: Professor Griff, Chuck D, DJ Johnny Juice, Terminator X, Flavor Flav, DJ Lord Aswod.
    Additional personnel includes: Jeff Snyder (bass, programming); Ryan Smith (programming); Paul Mooney, William March, Rashad Jabril (background vocals).
    Producers include: Johnny "Juice" Rosado, DJ Functionist, Gary G-Wiz, Amani K. Smith, Professor Griff.
    Includes liner notes by Mark Dowding and Chuck D.
    Personnel: Paul Mooney (vocals); Jeff Snyder (guitar, drum programming); Randy Glaude, The 7th Octave, Kavon Shah (guitar); Ryan J-W Smith, Ryan Smith (drum programming); William March (background vocals).
    Audio Mixer: Albie Cora.
    Audio Remixers: Ryan J-W Smith; Jeff Snyder; Albie Cora.
    Recording information: Audible Arts, Atlanta, CA (1999); Datastream Studios, San Francisco, CA (1999); HDQTRZ (1999); Phunktionist Studio, Vienna, Austria (1999); San Francisco, CA (1999); Sapone Studios, Bethpage, NY (1999); Staxchamba, Atlanta, GA (1999); Studio A.R.S. Alternative Recording Solution (1999); Tha Chamba, Atlanta, GA (1999); The "Pit", Madison, WI (1999); The Chamba, Atlanta, GA (1999); The Icehouse Studios, Long Island, NY (1999); The Mountain, Anaheim, CA (1999); The Pit, Madison, WI (1999); Vortex Studios, Buenos Aires, Argentina (1999); Winterthur, Switzerland (1999).
    Editor: C Doc.
    Introduction by: Paul Mooney.
    Unknown Contributor Role: Ryan Smith .
    Arranger: Mista Chuck.
    On REVOLVERLUTION, Public Enemy remains defiant, still bum-rushing the hip-hop underground 15 years after breaking out as one of the most socially and politically outspoken rap acts in the genre's short history. These hip-hoppers with a mission have consistently held the mainstream in a headlock until it took notice. As the concentric nature of fate would have it, P.E. still sets the standard for the independent rap game (now signed with Koch, also home to KRS-ONE). Their first release since 1999's THERE'S A POISON GOIN' ON involves a virtual community of computer-savvy P.E. devotees (all of whom connect on the Enemy Board of the band's official website) in a very personal way. From the package design and artwork by fans to the inclusion of four remixes created by contest winners, it's truly an interactive affair.
    REVOLVERLUTION delivers eight new P.E. cuts (most notably "Son Of A Bush," "54321...Boom," and the Professor Griff showcase "What Good Is A Bomb"). In addition there are E-Boarder-selected and mastered live tracks (the timeless anthem "Fight the Power" as well as "Welcome to the Terrordome") that span from 1992 to the band's most recent tour. In short, REVOLVERLUTION finds P.E. in full effect.

  • Critic Reviews
    Rolling Stone (9/5/02, pp.70,72) - 3 stars out of 5 - "...The aural rummage sale brings some timely noise while proving D can still deliver lyrical knocks to the deserving..."
    Q (1/03, p.123) - 3 stars out of 5 - "...Bound to satisfy loyal fans..."
    Uncut (01/03, p.126) - 3 stars out of 5 - "...Brutally eloquent, anti-authority cyber-funk, PE are still fighting the powers that be..."
    Mojo (Publisher) (12/02, p.122) - "...Works very well indeed....Public Enemy are still making music of great substance and potency..."
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