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Public Enemy keeps fighting the power on 'Evil Empire'

7:58 AM, Nov 7, 2012   |    comments
Professor Griff, left, S1W Pop Diesel, Chuck D, S1W Mike Williams, Flavor Flav, DJ Lord and S1W James Bomb of Public Enemy.(Photo: Piero F. Giunti )
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With The Evil Empire of Everything, PE continues to bring the noise as they celebrate their 25th anniversary with the bookend to this summer's acclaimed Internet-only album Most of My Heroes Still Don't Appear on No Stamp.

And by remaining viable and relevant without label backing or extensive airplay, they remain as unconventional and fearless as they were during their Fight the Power days.

Without industry or radio restrictions to worry about, they take full advantage of their freedom to rage, prod, question and attack a broad range of issues pop artists don't dare to touch.

With a sonic backdrop fueled by the aggression of rock and the passion of soul, Public Enemy aims to shake the empire at its foundations.

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