Fear of a Black Planet ()

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At the time of its release in March 1990 -- just a mere two years after It Takes a Nation of Millions -- nearly all of the attention spent on Public Enemy's third album, Fear of a Black Planet, was concentrated on the dying controversy over Professor Griff's anti-Semitic statements of 1989, and how leader Chuck D bungled the public relations regarding his dismissal. References to the controversy are scattered throughout the album -- and it fueled the incendiary lead single, "Welcome to the Terrordome" -- but years later, ...

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  1. Contract on the World Love Jam
  2. Brothers Gonna Work It Out
  3. 911 Is a Joke
  4. Incident at 66.6 FM
  5. Welcome to the Terrordome
  6. Meet the G That Killed Me
  7. Pollywanacraka
  8. Anti-Nigger Machine
  9. Burn Hollywood Burn
  10. Power to the People
  11. Who Stole the Soul?
  12. Fear of a Black Planet
  13. Revolutionary Generation
  14. Can't Do Nuttin' for Ya Man
  15. Reggie Jax
  16. Leave This Off Your Fu*kin Charts
  17. B Side Wins Again
  18. War at 33 1/3
  19. Final Count of the Collison Between Us and the Damned
  20. Fight the Power
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