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Photos: Public Enemy: 1988-1998

From the Phoenix archives: Public Enemy through the years
 From the Phoenix archives: Public Enemy through the years
By PHOENIX STAFF  |  August 06, 2010
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Still Public Enemy #1

Don't call it a comeback tour. Or a Public Enemy reunion. Even if you snoozed on their last few discs and festival romps across five continents, Chuck D and Flavor Flav have perpetually marched forth in raucous righteousness.
Twenty years after Black Planet, Chuck D continues to fight the powers that be
By CHRIS FARAONE  |  August 06, 2010
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Photos: Friday at Bonnaroo 2009

Photos from Friday, June 12, 2009 at Bonnaroo 2009
Public Enemy, Santigold, Beastie Boys, and more on Friday, June 12, 2009 at Bonnaroo
By LEXY WINTER  |  June 19, 2009
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One for the road

It was an uncomfortable moment when Yo! Majesty took the stage — what, after all, is the quorum necessary for a show to go on when one-half of a hip-hop duo isn't there?
Yo! Majesty, live at Harpers Ferry, January 28, 2009
By DANIEL BROCKMAN  |  February 03, 2009

Crossword: ''Hard body''


Seven parts of one
By MATT JONES  |  April 23, 2008
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Dance, Monkey: Charlie Murphy

Who is it? Matt Damon? It’s not Flavor Flav?
A comic in the hot seat
By SARA FAITH ALTERMAN  |  November 19, 2007


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Tears of joy

The best reality show ever will be called Monarch , and it will feature Donald Trump, Asia Carrera, Tony Robbins, Andy Rooney, Barbara Bush, Chuck D, Mike Barnicle, Bianca Jagger, Steve-O, former senator Conrad Burns, Soledad O’Brien, and General John A
The best reality show ever — and the real ones
By JAMES PARKER  |  November 28, 2006
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On the racks: October 31, 2006

Plus Lady Sovereign, Isis, and Flavor Flav.
The Who, Deftones, Meatloaf
By MATT ASHARE  |  November 02, 2006
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Harmonic convergences

Beyond their artful, crackling, dueling-guitar geometrics and layers of cunning rhythms, the Futureheads' most distinguishing and potent weapon is their four-part vocals.
The Futureheads get past the post-punk blues
By MICHAEL ALAN GOLDBERG  |  June 28, 2006
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Harmonic convergence

“I don’t know what to do with myself,” Ross Millard mutters, shrugging at his mates as he sets his guitar down at the rear of the small stage at the back of Seattle’s East Street Records and ambles toward his mic stand.
The Futureheads get past the post-punk blues
By MICHAEL ALAN GOLDBERG  |  June 28, 2006

Eats and beats

I’m having some serious food cravings lately, so let me start with the stomach. And my stomach is going south of the border.
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By SHAY STEWART-BOULEY  |  May 03, 2006