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beastie boys: Hot Sauce Committee Part Twocompact discs
Beastie Boys: Hot Sauce Committee Part Two

Released: May 3, 2011. Genre: Hip-Hop/Alternative. Label: Capitol. Number Of Tracks: 16. MCA, Ad-Rock and Mike D are all back in full force for their most recent effort, entitled "Hot Sauce Committee Part Two". Though not a comeback album, "Hot Sauce Committee Part Two" occasionally feels like one, in the best possible way.

POSTED: 05/19/2011 - 05:34 am

beastie boys: Licensed To Illcompact discs
Beastie Boys: Licensed To Ill

Release Date: 1986. Label: Def Jam. Genres: Golden Age, East Coast Rap. Number Of Tracks: 13. Perhaps Licensed to Ill was inevitable -- a white group blending rock and rap, giving them the first number one album in hip-hop history.

POSTED: 07/23/2007 - 07:30 am

beastie boys: The Mix-Upcompact discs
Beastie Boys: The Mix-Up

Release Date: Jun 26, 2007. Label: Capitol. Genres: Instrumental. Number Of Tracks: 12. The Beastie Boys go against the grain once again by not uttering a word on their latest record.

POSTED: 06/26/2007 - 01:12 pm

beastie boys: To The 5 Boroughscompact discs
Beastie Boys: To The 5 Boroughs

Released: Jun 15, 2004. Label: Capitol. Genre: Rock. Styles: Hip-Hop, Alternative Rap, Alternative Pop/Rock, Underground Rap. Number Of Tracks: 15. To The 5 Boroughs is a satisfying listen, and convincing evidence that the trio will be able to weather middle age well.

POSTED: 06/15/2005 - 03:44 am

beastie boys: Pauls Boutiquecompact discs
Beastie Boys: Pauls Boutique

Released: Jul 25, 1989. Genre: Rap. Styles: Golden Age, Alternative Rap. Number Of Tracks: 15. Few pop records offer this much to savor, and if Paul's Boutique only made a modest impact upon its initial release, over time its influence could be heard through pop and rap.

POSTED: 02/07/2005 - 06:33 am

beastie boys: Check Your Headcompact discs
Beastie Boys: Check Your Head

Released: Apr 21, 1992. Genre: Rock. Styles: Alternative Rap, Alternative Pop/Rock. Number Of Tracks: 20. Check Your Head brought the Beastie Boys crashing back into the charts and into public consciousness, but that was only partially due to the album itself.

POSTED: 09/03/2004 - 05:18 am