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Thursday, September 20, 2007

Public Enemy - Bring The Noise 12" Single (Def Jam 1987)

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Classic right here. One of the most important songs ever recorded. This was the track that launched The Bomb Squad's multi-layered noise on a world in need of beautiful chaos on wax. I could be wrong but I'm sure this dropped before Rebel Without A Pause which would be the next runner-up for supreme sonic assault on the masses in the work of Public Enemy. Either way I was extremely happy with both when they dropped and my life's purpose was complete at that moment in time - this is where I feel hip-hop can contribute to the spiritual path as well as the ego's - both tracks are now part of my energetic matrix and make me that much stronger in spirit. No shit. Originally released on the soundtrack for the film Less Than Zero, and as a 12 inch, here is where the B-Side doesn't win with a slightly altered version of Sophisticated Bitch but actually it's one of my favorite PE joints from their debut with sweet guitar by Bill Stephney & Vernon Reid from Living Colour. Enjoy!!

A1 - Bring The Noise (No Noise Version)
A2 - Bring The Noise (No Noise Instrumental)
A3 - Bring The Noise (No Noise Acappella)
B1 - Sophisticated (Bitch)
B2 - Sophisticated (Bitch) (Instrumental)

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7 comments:

a-one said...

i always wished i had this 12". all the serato users should be patting you on the back!

Machiventa said...

word, i hear you. i'm trying to hunt down you're gonna get yours, so if anyone has it and would be kind to upload it i'd be forever grateful.

Antonio said...

Only two words: THANK YOU!

PE are still relevant today, I think.

Rod666 said...

I cant get there..

Jay Smooth said...

Rebel Without A Pause came out first, then the Bring the Noise quite a bit later on..

If you go back and listen, The Black Flames a-side on the original Less Than Zero 12-inch is actually dope, it's a remake of the song sampled for Beyonce "Crazy in Love"

Tre Won Yola said...

Please reup the Public Enemy 12"'s

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It was one of the first combination between metal and rap, excellent song.