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Public Enemy “Brothers Gonna Work It Out” / “Don’t Believe The Hype” 4 Track 12inch Vinyl

Public Enemy “Brothers Gonna Work It Out” / “Don’t Believe The Hype” 4 Track 12inch Vinyl

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Public Enemy “Brothers Gonna Work It Out” / “Don’t Believe The Hype” 4 Track 12inch Vinyl Single Full Track Listing In Photos Featuring Anti-Ni**er Machine, from the album Fear of a Black Planet, the third studio album by American hip hop group Public Enemy. It was released on April 10, 1990, by Def Jam Recordings and Columbia Records, and produced by the group's production team The Bomb Squad, who expanded on the sample-layered sound of Public Enemy's 1988 album It Takes a Nation of Millions to Hold Us Back. Having fulfilled their initial creative ambitions with that album, the group aspired to create what lead rapper Chuck D called "a deep, complex album". Their songwriting was partly inspired by the controversy surrounding member Professor Griff and his dismissal from the group in 1989.

Fear of a Black Planet features elaborate sound collages that incorporate varying rhythms, numerous samples, media sound bites, and eccentric loops, reflecting the songs' confrontational tone. Recorded during the golden age of hip hop, its assemblage of reconfigured and recontextualized aural sources preceded the sample clearance system that later emerged in the music industry. Fear of a Black Planet explores themes of organization and empowerment within the black community, social issues affecting African Americans, and race relations at the time. The record's criticism of institutional racism, white supremacy, and the power elite

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Vinyl is in excellent condition with no marks or signs of wear slight ageing on the cover

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