Public Enemy's Chuck D Says Albums Are Outdated

(Gibson) Public Enemy's Chuck D says the album is an outdated concept and he's in no rush to return to the studio for an extended collection of songs.

Speaking to The Age, Chuck D says he feels albums have been an outdated concept since the turn of the century. "I just do one song at a time," he said. "I don't believe in, like, there's got to be an urgency behind recordings just because the industry says. What's the rush?"

He says the web has allowed the band to have a healthy year despite leaving the corporation of Def Jam and Universal. "Everybody's trying to figure out: how did we do it?" he says. "We've pretty much done it with our own rules." more on this story

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