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Public Enemy acknowledge the crowd after

Public Enemy acknowledge the crowd after performing onstage in Beijing, 08 September 2007, with frontman Chuck D wearing a Houston Rockets Yao Ming jersey (#11). Some of the most subversive and hard-hitting rock and rap acts ever to play in China headlined the Beijing Pop Festival which opened amid signs Communist censors may be loosening up, but security remained tight to control the crowd's enthusiasm. Featured only as 'PE' in Chinese promotional materials due to the subversive nature of the band's full name, Public Enemy brought the house down by teaming up with Marky Ramone and Cui Jian on the Ramones classic hit 'Blitzkreig Bop.' AFP PHOTO/Frederic J. BROWN (Photo credit should read FREDERIC J. BROWN/AFP/Getty Images)
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Public Enemy acknowledge the crowd after performing onstage in Beijing, 08 September 2007, with frontman Chuck D wearing a Houston Rockets Yao Ming jersey (#11). Some of the most subversive and hard-hitting rock and rap acts ever to play in China headlined the Beijing Pop Festival which opened amid signs Communist censors may be loosening up, but security remained tight to control the crowd's enthusiasm. Featured only as 'PE' in Chinese promotional materials due to the subversive nature of the band's full name, Public Enemy brought the house down by teaming up with Marky Ramone and Cui Jian on the Ramones classic hit 'Blitzkreig Bop.' AFP PHOTO/Frederic J. BROWN (Photo credit should read FREDERIC J. BROWN/AFP/Getty Images)
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September 08, 2007
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Public Enemy acknowledge the crowd after performing onstage in... News Photo 76604239Arts Culture and Entertainment,Beijing,Chuck D,Clothing,Crowd,Gratitude,Jersey,Music,Performance,Pop Musician,Public Enemy,Stage,Yao MingPhotographer Collection: AFP 2007 AFPPublic Enemy acknowledge the crowd after performing onstage in Beijing, 08 September 2007, with frontman Chuck D wearing a Houston Rockets Yao Ming jersey (#11). Some of the most subversive and hard-hitting rock and rap acts ever to play in China headlined the Beijing Pop Festival which opened amid signs Communist censors may be loosening up, but security remained tight to control the crowd's enthusiasm. Featured only as 'PE' in Chinese promotional materials due to the subversive nature of the band's full name, Public Enemy brought the house down by teaming up with Marky Ramone and Cui Jian on the Ramones classic hit 'Blitzkreig Bop.' AFP PHOTO/Frederic J. BROWN (Photo credit should read FREDERIC J. BROWN/AFP/Getty Images)