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Public Enemy - 'The Evil Empire of Everything (DIGIPACK)' Producers: Brent Dixon; C-Doc; Chris 'Spanky' Moss; Chuckie Madness; DJ Johnny 'Juice' Rosada; DJ Pain 1; Davy DMX; Felony Muzik; Flavor Flav (of Public Enemy); Gary G-Wiz; Professor Griff (of Public Enemy); Sammy Kin Label: ENEMY Records
Public Enemy - 'Most Of My Heroes Still Don't Appear On No Stamp' Pre-order ship date: Tuesday, June 04, 2013 Producers: Brent Dixon; Bumpy Knuckles (aka Freddie Foxxx); C-Doc; Chris 'Spanky' Moss; DJ Pain 1; Gary G-Wiz; Johnny Juice Rosado; Large Professor (of Main Source); Mr. Payback; Professor Griff (of Public Enemy); R.A.S.; Sam Sever; Z-Trip Label: ENEMY Records