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Used to know everything about them in my teens, including the time on the track when the solos would start :p iirc, Bulls on parade was 2:22 or 2:30
 

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Steppin into the jam and I'm slammin like Shaquille
Mad boy grips the microphone wit' a fistful of steel!
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Favourite song for years has been Know Your Enemy. Prophets of Rage (with Tom Morello from RATM, Chuck D from Public Enemy and B Real from Cypress Hill) cover the song, but Chuck D doesn't rap the part that was obviously inspired by his own rapping in Public Enemy. The song also features Maynard for any Tool fans out there.

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Props to Morello's Iron Man reference at the end too.
 

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Does it bother anyone else that Chuck D is never given proper credit by the rap world? Dude should be a legend. Public Enemy is way more popular with white folks despite being about black empowerment.

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What do you mean not proper credit? Whenever there is a conversation about lyricists, mc's, etc. his name is more often than not in there. My assumptions is that (similar to Ice-T) they did not fall under the umbrella of strictly hood music, party/pop-rap, and so on... I also believe them, as PE is synonymous with Chuck-D, had at times that metal/rock vibe in their songs, which the black folk are not particularly fond of. Plus the fact that they were majority of time political got old quick. Who cares about affirmative action when you can have bitches, right? :D Iunno, jm2c

Btw, speaking of RATM, I always thought Zack was a knockoff of Kamanchi Sly from the Hijack group outta UK, nah jk :D. There is a resemblance in vocals albeit nothing content wise, to me at least

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I'm rolling down rodeo with a shotgun, these people haven't a brown skin man since their grandparents shot one
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Favourite song for years has been Know Your Enemy. Prophets of Rage (with Tom Morello from RATM, Chuck D from Public Enemy and B Real from Cypress Hill) cover the song, but Chuck D doesn't rap the part that was obviously inspired by his own rapping in Public Enemy. The song also features Maynard for any Tool fans out there.

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Props to Morello's Iron Man reference at the end too.
Never noticed the Iron Man connection before. Black Sabbath was a big influence on Tom Morello's riffing.
 

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Favourite rage song? It's hard to come up with only one. Going by album might be easier but still tough. I literally like all of their songs bar none pretty much.
 

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Bulls on parade and killing in the name of.

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Killing in the Name is one of my favorite tracks.

I have a secret wish (or..fantasy...if you will) to "sing" that song live, and scream my guts out.


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