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Nominally a soundtrack to Spike Lee's basketball drama, but in reality more of an individual album, He Got Game appeared in 1998, just the second Public Enemy album since 1991's Apocalypse 91. Even though Chuck D was pushing 40, the late '90s were friendlier to PE's noisy, claustrophobic hip-hop than the mid-'90s, largely because hip-hop terrorists like the Wu-Tang Clan, Jeru the Damaja, and DJ Shadow were bringing the music back to its roots. PE followed in their path, stripping away the sonic blitzkrieg that was the Bomb ...

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  1. Resurrection
  2. He Got Game
  3. Unstoppable
  4. Shake Your Booty
  5. Is Your God a Dog
  6. House of the Rising Son
  7. Revelation 33 1/3 Revolutions
  8. Game Face
  9. Politics of the Sneaker Pimps
  10. What You Need Is Jesus
  11. Super Agent
  12. Go Cat Go
  13. Sudden Death (Interlude)
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