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The discography of the Beastie Boys, an American hip hop group, consists of eight studio albums, four compilation albums, five video albums, seven extended plays, 40 singles and 43 music videos. The group, formed in 1981, consisted of rappers Adam "MCA" Yauch (vocals, bass), Michael "Mike D" Diamond (vocals, drums) and Adam "Ad-Rock" Horovitz (vocals, guitars), accompanied by turntablist Mix Master Mike
The Beastie Boys’ widespread humanitarian work echoed their status as ambassadors for the many different identities within New York. As three kids of mixed-religious heritage, born in Brooklyn, Manhattan and the Upper West Side respectively, they were local champions of their boroughs as well as universally relatable characters. While NYC’s wealth was being built up in the 80s, its racial divisions were growing stronger. The Beasties’ 1989 album Paul’s Boutique was released just three months after The Central Park Jogger case began, which saw five teenage males – four black, one hispanic, aged between 14 and 16 – wrongfully charged and jailed for the rape and assault of a white woman.
The Beastie Boys are speaking out about Eminem's album cover for "Kamikaze," which clearly borrows from their cover for 1986's "Licensed to Il. Michael "Mike D" Diamond and Adam "Ad-Rock" Horovitz talked to CBS News' Anthony Mason in a new interview to promote their upcoming book, "Beastie Boys Book. Both "Kamikaze" and "Licensed to Ill" feature the tails of black and silver airplanes in their artwork, with similar framing and backgrounds. Diamond and Horovitz said they're "flattered" by the.
Split Releases are those that contain a Beastie Boys track and one other artist, if there is more than one other artist, it is considered a Compilation. The Related Projects we have listed here are those where a member of the Beastie Boys has made a solo release, those where one of them has been a member of another group and not just made a guest appearance and also other artists considered as extra members of the group. The Hiatus Is Back Off, Again Ch-Check It Out To the 5 Boroughs Triple Trouble Right Right Now Now An Open Letter to NYC We Got The All Lifestyles. The Mix-Up Sampler The Mix-Up Electric Worm.
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The Beastie Boys’ influence on our culture is even more surreal when you consider where they got their start: the New York hardcore scene. And weirder still when you remember that in 1987 you could turn on American Bandstand on Saturday afternoon and find the Beasties scaring the normals in the studio audience with a rowdy lip sync through their breakthrough hit (You Gotta) Fight For Your Right (To Party!) with the unmistakable riff from Slayer’s Kerry King, a song that peaked on the Billboard charts. And then we kicked off with the band Brooklyn after Yauch got off the road, and we were sort of ahead of our time when we was kicking shit like that. Brooklyn’s music was sort of like American rock ‘n’ roll. What Rick Rubin did with the Beastie Boys changed musical fucking history. To be honest, back then I was not a big fan of musical sampling.
The album’s anniversary was marked with a vinyl re-release this fall remixed by the Beastie Boys and Rick Rubin (MCA died in 2012). The Beastie Boys had arrived with Licensed To Ill, and rap music, not to mention the still-burgeoning genre of alternative, was never going to be the same.