PUBLIC ENEMY (CHUCK D.) - COMPACT DISC CASE SIGNED - HFSID 303577
Sale Price $108.00
CHUCK D (of PUBLIC ENEMY)
The hip hop star signs the CD cover of the group's 2005 New Whirl Order, matted with a black and white 5x7 photograph of Public Enemy to an overall size of 14x11.
Compact Disc Case signed: "Chuck D". Color, 4½x4½, matted with a black and white 5x7 photograph of Public Enemy to an overall size of 14x11. Cover for the Public Enemy CD New Whirl Order (2005). Chuck D., born Carlton Douglas Ridenhour in 1960, is songwriter, leader, vocalist and MC for the hip hop group Public Enemy. Since its first album release, Yo! Bum Rush the Show (1987), the group's politically charged lyrics have earned high marks with fans and critics alike. Nation of Millions was named Album of the Year by The Village Voice in 1988. In 2004, Rolling Stone ranked Public Enemy #44 on the list of its 100 Greatest Artists of All Time. The Library of Congress selected Fear of a Black Planet for inclusion in its preservation collection in 2005. Public Enemy has been announced for enshrinement in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame for 2013. "Fight the Power," which Spike Lee used as a theme for his film Do the Right Thing, may be considered the signature song. Fine condition. Not Matted in Gallery of History Style.
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