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Public Enemy Lyrics

Genre: Hip Hop/Rap

Public Enemy Lyrics - by Popularity

1 Meet The G That Killed Me
2 He Got Game
3 Gotta Do What I Gotta Do
4 Black Steel in the Hour of Chaos
5 Yo! Bum Rush The Show
6 Night of the Living Baseheads
7 A Letter to the New York Post
8 Rebel Without a Pause
9 By the Time I Get to Arizona
10 Louder Than a Bomb
11 I Don't Wanna Be Called Yo Nigga
12 Rightstarter (Message To A Black Man)
13 Give It Up
14 I Stand Accused
15 Shut Em Down
16 Cold Lampin With Flavor
17 Who Stole The Soul?
18 Thin Line Between Law & Rape
19 Terminator X To The Edge Of Panic
20 Fight the Power
21 How to Kill a Radio Consultant
22 Louder Than a Bomb (JMJ Telephone Tap Groove)
23 Shake Your Booty
24 Lost At Birth
25 Crash
26 Pollywanacraka
27 Bring the Noise
28 Last Mass Of The Caballeros
29 Reggie Jax
30 And No One Broadcasted Louder Than... (Intro)
31 Makes You Blind
32 Living In A Zoo
33 Paid
34 Anti-Nigger Machine
35 Game Face
36 Prophets of Rage
37 Air Hoodlum
38 Bring tha Noize
39 She Watch Channel Zero?!
40 Can't Truss It
41 Fear Of A Black Planet
42 Politics of the Sneaker Pimps
43 Get The Fuck Outta Dodge
44 Public Enemy No.1
45 Final Count Of The Collision Between Us And The Da
46 Raise The Roof
47 I Stand Accused - Clean Version
48 41:19
49 Leave This Off Your Fu*kin Charts
50 Godd Complexx
51 Tie Goes to the Runner
52 Crayola
53 Move!
54 Do You Wanna Go Our Way???
55 Nighttrain
56 Welcome To The Terror Dome
57 Power To The People
58 Intro
59 Race Against Time
60 Go Cat Go
61 Fight the Power (Soul Power u2013 Who Stole This Soul)
62 Plastic Nation
63 Revelation 33 1/3 Revolutions
64 RLTK
65 First The Sheep Next The Shepherd?
66 Rebirth
67 Cant Truss It
68 Lost at Birth
69 Mind Terrorist
70 Can't Do Nuttin' for Ya Man
71 Gotta Give The Peeps What They Need
72 66.6 Strikes Again
73 Live And Undrugged Part I & II
74 Truth Decay
75 Here I Go
76 Everything
77 Put It Up
78 Revolutionary Generation
79 Miuzi Weighs a Ton
80 Who Stole the Soul? (Sir Jinx Stolen Souled Out Reparation Mixx)
81 31 Flavors
82 House Sell Soul To A Souless People Who Sold Their Soul?
83 MKLVFKWR (“Make Love, Fuck War”)
84 FassFood
85 I
86 911 Is a Joke
87 Public Enemy #1
88 War At 33 1/3
89 Get Up Stand Up
90 Sudden Death (Interlude)
91 MKLVFKWR (Put Your Hands In The Air)
92 Shut Em Down
93 How You Sell Soul To A Souless People Who Sold Their Soul?
94 Don't Believe the Hype
95 Either We Together Or We Ain’t
96 Rage Against Time
97 1 Million Bottlebags
98 WTF?
99 Kevorkian
100 Shut Em Down (Pete Rock) Remix
101 Welcome To The Terrordome
102 Rebel Without a Pause
103 Bring The Noise(Anthrax)
104 New Whirl Odor
105 Shut Em Down (Live in the UK)
106 Revolution
107 So Whatcha Gone Do Now?
108 The Evil Empire Of...
109 LSD
110 Brothers Gonna Work It Out
111 Harder Than You Think (London Radio edit)
112 Get the F... Outta Dodge
113 911 is a Joke
114 Living In A Zoo (The 13th Message)
115 Preaching To The Quiet
116 How to Kill a Radio Consultant (The DJ Chuck Chillout Mega Murder Boom)
117 Check What You’re Listening To
118 Stop In The Name...
119 A Letter To The NY Post
120 Dont Give Up The Fight
121 Swindler's Lust
122 B Side Wins Again
123 No Sympathy from the Devil
124 White Heaven / Black Hell
125 Welcome to The Terrordome
126 Bring That Beat Back
127 What A Fool Believes
128 Megablast (The Madd Skillz Bass Pipe Gett Off Remixx)
129 As Long As The People Got Somethin’ To Say
130 They Used To Call It Dope
131 1 ( PEace )
132 What What
133 Burn Hollywood Burn
134 Me To We
135 Fight The Power (Soundtrack Version)
136 Gett Off My Back
137 Hoover Music
138 Y'All Don't Know
139 Y'all Don't Know (So What Ya Saying?)
140 Party for Your Right to Fight (Blak Wax Metromixx)
141 Either You Get It By Now Or You Don’t
142 2 ( resPEct)
143 World Tour Sessions
144 Can't Do Nuttin' For Ya Man
145 Man Plans God Laughs
146 Incident At 66.6 FM (Instrumental)
147 Black Steel in the Hour/Do You Wanna Go Our Way
148 Harder Than You Think
149 Is Your God a Dog
150 You're Gonna Get Yours (Reanimated TX Getaway version)
151 Superman’s Black In The Building
152 What Kind A Power We Got?
153 Beyond Trayvon
154 Miuzi Weighs A Ton
155 Contract On The World Love Jam
156 Give Peace a Damn
157 Kill Em Live
158 Hazy Shade of Criminal
159 Show 'Em Whatcha Got
160 Revolverlution
161 Terminator X Speaks With His Hands
162 Aintnuttin Buttersong
163 Run Til Its Dark
164 What Side You On?
165 ...Everything
166 M.P.E.
167 Those Who Know, Know Who
168 Super Agent
169 Hit da Road Jack
170 Bring The Noise
171 The Enemy Battle Hymn Of The Public
172 Resurrection
173 Countdown To Armageddon
174 Bedlam 13:13
175 Get Up Stand Up
176 White Heaven/Black Hell
177 Fame
178 Mine Again
179 Donu2019t Believe the Hype
180 Watch The Door
181 Show ‘Em Watcha Got
182 Death Of A Carjacka
183 Most of My Heroes Still..
184 Whole Lotta Love Goin On in the Middle of Hell
185 Icebreaker
186 Incident At 66.6 FM
187 Lost in Space Music
188 Megablast
189 Can't Truss It
190 Pump The Music, Pump The Sound
191 Super Agent...He Is What He Is
192 Security Of The First World
193 I Shall Not Be Moved
194 Notice (Know This)
195 Sophisticated Bitch
196 Corplantationopoly
197 Caught, Can We Get a Witness
198 Party for Your Right to Fight
199 He Got Game
200 Son of a Bush
201 Unstoppable
202 Theatrical Parts
203 Get it In
204 More News at 11
205 Say It Like It Really Is
206 Timebomb
207 Earthizen
208 House Of The Rising Son
209 Night of The Living Baseheads
210 Dark Side Of The Wall 2000
211 What You Need Is Jesus
212 Harry Allen’s Interactive Super Highway Phone Call To Chuck D
213 Hitler Day
214 Hoover Music
215 Riotstarted
216 Too Much Posse
217 Praise The Loud
218 Swindlers Lust
219 You're Gonna Get Yours
220 I Shall Not Be Moved
221 Hard Rhymin'
222 Livin In A Zoo (Remix)
223 I Ain't Mad at All
224 Catch the Thrown
225 Broke Diva

Public Enemy Bio

Public Enemy is an American hip hop group consisting of Chuck D, Flavor Flav, Professor Griff, The S1W group, Khari Wynn and DJ Lord. Formed on Long Island, New York in 1982, they are known for their politically charged lyrics and criticism of the American media, with an active interest in the frustrations and concerns of the African American community.

They remain one of the most critically acclaimed bands in history. Their first four albums during the late 1980s and early 1990s were all certified either gold or platinum and were, according to music critic Robert Hilburn in 1998, "the most acclaimed body of work ever by a hip hop act." In 2004, Rolling Stone magazine ranked Public Enemy number 44 on its list of the Immortals: 100 Greatest Artists of All Time, the highest ranking for a hip hop act.

Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Public_Enemy_(music_group)