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Public Enemy — Fear Of A Black Planet

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Number 300 on Rolling Stone’s 500 Greatest Albums Of All Time
A contender for the greatest hip-hop album ever recorded, Fear of a Black Planet is the third studio album from Public Enemy, released on April 10, 1990. Chuck D and the band pursued a different direction on this one, with a richer sonic quality, societal themes and insightful lyrics. Fear of a Black Planet went on to sell 2 million copies.




  1. <strong>Track list:</strong><br>1 Contract on the World Love Jam (Instrumental)<br><span class="aec-tracknum">2</span> Brothers Gonna Work It Out<br><span class="aec-tracknum">3</span> 911 Is a Joke<br><span class="aec-tracknum">4</span> Incident at 66.6 FM [Instrumental]<br><span class="aec-tracknum">5</span> Welcome to the Terrordome<br><span class="aec-tracknum">6</span> Meet the G That Killed Me<br><span class="aec-tracknum">7</span> Pollywanacraka<br><span class="aec-tracknum">8</span> Anti-Nigger Machine<br><span class="aec-tracknum">9</span> Burn Hollywood Burn (Featuring Ice Cube)<br><span class="aec-tracknum">10</span> Power to the People<br><span class="aec-tracknum">11</span> Who Stole the Soul?<br><span class="aec-tracknum">12</span> Fear of a Black Planet<br><span class="aec-tracknum">13</span> Revolutionary Generation<br><span class="aec-tracknum">14</span> Can't Do Nuttin' for Ya, Man!<br><span class="aec-tracknum">15</span> Reggie Jax<br><span class="aec-tracknum">16</span> Leave This Off Your Fu*Kin Charts (Instrumental)<br><span class="aec-tracknum">17</span> B Side Wins Again<br><span class="aec-tracknum">18</span> War at 33 1/3<br><span class="aec-tracknum">19</span> Final Count of the Collision Between Us and the Damned (Instrumental)<br><span class="aec-tracknum">20</span> Fight the Power