Public Enemy's Chuck D

" 'Bring the Noise' was not a confident record. 'Rebel Without a Pause' was a

confident record; 'Welcome to the Terrordome' was a confident record; 'Public

Enemy No. 1' was a confident record. But 'Bring the Noise' was a walk in the

dark. As a matter of fact, when I completed that record I threw it across the room

'cause I didn't like it. 'Can't Truss It' was another walk in the dark, so was

'Prophets of Rage' -- you just put it down and let it fall where it may. -- Chuck D,

Public Enemy leader, on the crew's signature track, "Bring The Noise," released

10 years ago on their hip-hop classic It Takes a Nation of Millions to Hold Us