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It may be easy to call Public Enemy’s twelfth album their best of the last eighteen years having, like most, slept on releases like New World Odour and How You Sell Soul to a Soulless People Who Sold Their Soul??? that were distributed independently through Chuck D’s own label, Slam Jamz. That said, Most of My Heroes Still Don’t Appear on No Stamp certainly deserves a huge amount of praise considering it showcases PE back in full force, making some thought-provoking, hard-hitting, expertly-crafted music.
I reviewed Public Enemy’s last album, Most of My Heroes Still Don’t Appear on No Stamp, two months ago, and with the group dropping its “fraternal twin”, The Evil Empire of Everything, a little less than three months later, I thought it’d be only right that I review this one, too.