#30thAnniversary – Terminator X & The Valley of the Jeep Beets

This one is for the hardcore Public Enemy fans! Terminator X, the group DJ during their magnificent run at the end of the 80’s and early 90’s, was given the chance to release a full project under his own name by P.R.O. Division/Rush Associated Labels in 1991. We better start by saying this album is not close of being on the same level as “Fear of a Black Planet” or “It Takes a Nation of Millions to Hold Us Back”. The record is full of cameos from artists we are not familiar with (who knows what else Celo of The Casino Brothers or The Interrogators have done?) and includes some subpar forgettable cuts. The project still contains some gems like “Juvenile Delinquintz” or “The blues”, but the opener “Buck Whylin'”, featuring Chuck D & Sister Souljah, is without a doubt the standout track of the LP and a must have for any PE addict.

Full album on YouTube:

Stream on Spotify, Apple Music, Deezer and Tidal.

Playlist with the videos:

    • Buck Whylin’
    • Homey don’t play dat
    • Juvenile Delinquintz
    • Back to the scene of the bass

Playlist with remixes:

  • Juvenile Delinquintz (Remix Radio Version)
  • Back to the scene of the bass (Remix Version)

Buck Whylin’ live at The Apollo:

Mr. Dan & The RawSoul

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