Public Enemy

Some articles on public enemy, enemy:

Sound Unlimited - History
... This "breakthrough recording deal" was negotiated with the help of Public Enemy ... The group supported acts such as Public Enemy, New Kids on the Block and De La Soul during their Australian tours, including opening for Public Enemy during their ...
Army Of Freshmen - History - Close Encounter EP (2010-2011)
... when Chuck D of the legendary rap group Public Enemy joined the band on stage for a rendition of the Public Enemy classic, "Bring The Noise" ... Chris Jay, a longtime Public Enemy fan, had randomly approached Chuck D in the parking lot of restaurant which lead to an unlikely friendship between the two ...
Bring The Noise - Anthrax Version
... The Enemy Strikes Black (Public Enemy album)' B-side "Keep It in the Family (Live)" "I'm the Man '91" Released July 8, 1991 Format 10" CD Genre Rap metal ... It was included on the Anthrax album Attack of the Killer B's and on Public Enemy's own Apocalypse 91...The Enemy Strikes Black, and was followed by a joint tour by the two bands, with shows escalating in a dual ...
Agustín Goiburú - Public Enemy
... Since the moment Stroessner learned that Goiburú had planned his assassination, he became the public enemy number one of the regime ...
NWA Bloodfest - Results - Part 2
... Championship n/a 5 Paul Diamond and Pat Tanaka defeated The Public Enemy Tag Team Match n/a 6 Sir Richards Michaels defeated Rockin' Rebel Singles Match n/a 7 Ian Rotten and Axl Rotten ... Don Muraco and Jimmy Snuka defeated The Public Enemy via forfeit Tag Team Match n/a 9 Sabu defeated (c) Shane Douglas Singles Match for the ECW ...

Famous quotes containing the words enemy and/or public:

    We are fighting in the quarrel of civilization against barbarism, of liberty against tyranny. Germany has become a menace to the whole world. She is the most dangerous enemy of liberty now existing.
    Theodore Roosevelt (1858–1919)

    The rumor of a great city goes out beyond its borders, to all the latitudes of the known earth. The city becomes an emblem in remote minds; apart from the tangible export of goods and men, it exerts its cultural instrumentality in a thousand phases.
    In New York City, U.S. public relief program (1935-1943)