For the remix film of the same name, see
is a Rebirth of a Nation studio album by American hip hop group Public Enemy featuring Paris, released on March 7, 2006. The album was mixed and mastered at Data Stream Studio in San Francisco, California.
Album information [ edit ]
Despite the Public Enemy branding on the album, many tracks were written and produced by Paris; the album itself was deemed a "special project" by Chuck D in order to differentiate it from other Public Enemy works.
The album was released on Paris's own Guerrilla Funk label.
The title of the album is a reference to the 1915
white supremacist film as well as one of the group's prior albums, The Birth of a Nation . It Takes a Nation of Millions to Hold Us Back
The album features appearances and guest spots by Dead Prez, Immortal Technique, Conscious Daughters, MC Ren, Sista Souljah, and Kam.
Reception [ edit ]
(p. 94) - 3 stars out of 5 - "[T]he old blast furnace of focused fury still rages hard." Uncut
The album sold 5,592 units in its first week out.
Track listing [ edit ]
"Raw Shit" (featuring
Paris and MC Ren) 4:16 "Hard Rhymin'" (featuring Paris and
Sister Souljah) 4:41 "Rise" 4:08
"Can't Hold Us Back" (featuring Paris,
Dead Prez and Kam) 5:07 "Hard Truth Soldiers" (featuring Paris, Dead Prez,
The Conscious Daughters and MC Ren) 4:18 "Hannibal Lecture" (Paris solo) 3:50
"Rebirth of a Nation" (featuring
Professor Griff) 3:27 "Pump the Music, Pump the Sound" 2:28
"Make It Hardcore" (featuring Paris) 5:16
"They Call Me Flavor" 3:09
"Plastic Nation" 3:03
"Coinsequences" (featuring Paris) 4:19
"Invisible Man" 4:29
Hell No We Ain't All Right! (Paris Remix)" 4:31 "Watch the Door" 3:35
"Field Nigga Boogie" (featuring Paris and
Immortal Technique) (XLR8R Remix) 5:10
References [ edit ]