How We Made Public Enemy’s Fight The Power

shockwebpic_ftp_guardian_mar2016The song could have gone a lot softer, a lot neater, a lot tighter – but it would have lost the chaos. When something is organised and aligned, it represents passivity. But any resistance, any struggle to overcome, is going to be chaotic.

-Hank Shocklee on the making of Fight The Power.

Read the rest of this new interview by Ben Beaumont-Thomas at The Guardian


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