Public Enemy - Inside the Terrordome

Author(s): Tim Grierson

Biography | November 2020 | Staff Picks

Since the group s early career in 1982, Public Enemy has been the most musically and politically radical rap group in the country. Their sheer presence was revolutionary: from racially charged lyrics to the iconic b-boy in the crosshairs logo, Chuck D, Flava Flav, and the rest were at the forefront of a changing rap scene. Many of their songs have since become anthems for black communities throughout the world."Public Enemy: Inside the Terrordome" tells the whole story of the group s prolific career. From the early success of the early eighties, to their influential Fight the Power, to their introduction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, Tim Grierson s comprehensive biography details the highs and lows of this innovative group."


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Tim Grierson is a music critic whose writing appears in "L.A. Weekly," "Screen International," "Revolver," "The Village Voice," "Vulture" and He is the author of" Blinking Lights & Other Revelations: Story of Eels and Wilco: Sunken Treasure. "He teaches criticism and writing at The Writing Pad and is a member of the Los Angeles Film Critics Association.

General Fields

  • : 9781468311389
  • : Overlook Press, The
  • : 0.544
  • : June 2015
  • : books

Special Fields

  • : Tim Grierson
  • : Paperback / softback
  • : 336