public enemy


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public enemy

a notorious person, such as a criminal, who is regarded as a menace to the public
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Craig Lacey, 28, of Linthorpe, said: "It's a good day out, and great to see Public Enemy in Stockton.
TO ENTER: Just tell us where the Public Enemy gig is being held.
For one reason or another, Public Enemy are always in trouble - which was one of the reasons they took a break from record-making for a while.
1 act is the politically and socially controversial group Public Enemy.
Public Enemy will end the festival on Sunday July 27, after a day of music packed with the likes of Reverend & The Makers, Peter Hook & The Light, Smoove & Turrell, The Amazing Snakeheads, Red Kite, Dark Bells, Gallery Circus, PALACE, The Sons of Bido Lito, By Toutatis, The Panoramic, Serinette, and comedian Lee Nelson, who will headline the Wunderbar Tent.
WE'RE giving readers the opportunity to win tickets to see Hip Hop giants Public Enemy, set to make their first ever appearance in Birmingham on Wednesday, December 3, at Digbeth's Custard Factory.
MOBY and Public Enemy have teamed up on a new single for the Olympic Games.
Sadler also represents directors who have made videos for Public Enemy, Earth, Wind & Fire and The Sounds of Blackness.
HIP-HOP pioneers Public Enemy are set to "bring the noise" to Belfast this summer.
AMERICAN hip-hop giants Public Enemy, "Madchester" legends Happy Mondays and Motown greats Martha Reeves and The Vandellas are all heading for Teesside this summer.

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