That's a good point. The whole dynamic of Public Enemy was something to watch, and a lot of it had to do with the interplay between Chuck D. and Flavor Flav. So, maybe I'm not giving enough credit to Flav. I saw them in a 200-capacity club in 1986 or so, and was blown away. In that atmosphere, with the crowd right in front of them, Chuck D. was a pretty powerful presence on his own, which is what made an impact on me. I saw them a few months later in an arena, and it was a totally different thing that certainly lacked the impact of the earlier show.