K. SHOCKLEE-E. SADLER-C. RIDENHOUR
DJ: Public Enemy - ah, in their music ah, kinda rabble rousing. They, ah, talk about, ah, well things like - You know the white media has been very upset about some of the things you say in your songs. From what I get in calls, people are very upset with what you are saying.
DJ: On the air- Hello?
Caller: Yes, hello?
Caller: Ah, I've seen these guys - I saw them warm up for the Beastie Boys last year.
DJ: How were they?
Caller: How were they? I thought it was one of the most appalling things I have ever seen. There were two gentlemen in cages on either side of the stage with fake Uzi's, there were - Jesus, it was unbelievable. And when I see somebody who's wearing one of their shirts, I think that they're scum too.
PE in full effect, Brother!
Caller: Why do you even pay homage to these people by putting these monkies on?
DJ: Hello? Hello?
Caller: ...then have the guts to tell him that he doesn't know what he's talking about.
Caller: Terminator X!
DJ: Thank You. (Terminator X is one of the members on the group). On the air (3X). Go back to Africa? OK, we're going to (ha ha) - believe me when we go to the phones people are going to tell you to do just that, Chuck. Hello?
Caller: (Yes, hello?) Yes, I think that White liberals like yourself have difficulty understanding that Chuck's views represent the frustrations of the majority of Black youth out there today.
DJ: I do understand that.
Caller: But before he came on, you were -
DJ: If you had read the stuff I had read about him, and the way he's been portrayed in American press-