Reedición en vinilo del clásico de Public Enemy “It Takes A Nation...”

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Vinyl reissue of the Public Enemy classic “It Takes A Nation…”

Vinyl reissue of the Public Enemy classic “It Takes A Nation…”

The legends of combative rap Public Enemy announce a special vinyl edition of “It Takes A Nation Of Millions To Hold Us Back”. The album celebrates thirty-five years and remains one of the reference albums of the genre.

The next November 10the legendary American political hip hop collective Public Enemy will release a vinyl reissue of their second album, “It Takes A Nation Of Millions To Hold Us Back”, one of the great classics in the history of rap and a true philosopher’s stone of the most combative, political and charged with social denunciation of rap. The release will be available on two double 180 gram vinyls, in black and in a limited edition in red.

The album, one of the most influential of the eighties, reached number 1 on the Billboard 200 and went platinum when it was published in 1988. The album is considered one of the references of what would become American rap. the following decades with songs like “Bring The Noise” or “Don’t Believe The Hype”. Now, thirty-five years later, we can pre-order this new edition of “It Takes a Nation of Millions to Hold Us Back” through this link.

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