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Beastie Boys: Solid Gold Hits [PA]

Audio Samples

>So What'cha Want
>Brass Monkey
>Ch-Check It Out
>No Sleep Till Brooklyn
>Hey Ladies
>Pass the Mic
>Open Letter to NYC, An
>Root Down
>Shake Your Rump
>Intergalactic
>Sure Shot
>Body Movin' - (Fatboy Slim Remix)
>Triple Trouble
>Sabotage
>(You Gotta) Fight for Your Right (To Party)
>[CD-Rom Track] [Multimedia]

Track List

>So What'cha Want
>Brass Monkey
>Ch-Check It Out
>No Sleep Till Brooklyn
>Hey Ladies
>Pass the Mic
>Open Letter to NYC, An
>Root Down
>Shake Your Rump
>Intergalactic
>Sure Shot
>Body Movin' - (Fatboy Slim Remix)
>Triple Trouble
>Sabotage
>(You Gotta) Fight for Your Right (To Party)
>[CD-Rom Track] [Multimedia]

Album Remarks & Appraisals:

In celebration of the Beastie Boys' 24th anniversary, Capitol Records has decided to pay tribute to one their best bands with a greatest hits record tilted Solid Gold Hits. This 15-track CD features 'No Sleep 'Til Brooklyn', 'Fight For Your Right', 'Shake Your Rump', 'So What'cha Want', 'Sabotage', 'Ch-Check It Out', 'An Open Letter To NYC' and 'Triple Trouble'. Capitol. 2005.

Album Reviews:

Uncut (p.122) - 4 stars out of 5 - "SOLID GOLD HITS leaves you with the impression that the Beasties were one of the great singles bands of their generation: nutty, fun, and a bit bizarre."

Album Notes

Beastie Boys: MCA, Ad Rock, Mike D (rap vocals); DJ Hurricane (turntables).

Audio Remixer: Fatboy Slim.

Photographers: Sunny Bak; Josh Cheuse.

The only collection to span the Beastie Boys' career from 1986 to 2004, SOLID GOLD HITS features songs from each of the New York City rap/rock trio's first six studio albums. Arranged in non-chronological order, this 15-track disc focuses on the pioneering group's most popular tunes, ranging from the infamous anthem "Fight for Your Right" to the ominous, organ-heavy "So What'cha Want" and the thoughtful hometown tribute "An Open Letter to NYC." Somewhat bafflingly, the Beasties' most rewarding records--PAUL'S BOUTIQUE (1989) and CHECK YOUR HEAD (1992)--are represented by only two tracks each, but this is likely due to the cohesive yet eclectic nature of those discs, which concentrate more on overall mood rather than on catchy singles. Hardcore B-Boys fans will lament the absence of classics such as "Looking Down the Barrel of a Gun," "Gratitude," and "Stand Together," but this 2005 compilation, as the title states, is geared toward the hits, and thus functions as a concise, party-ready sampler of the Beasties' groundbreaking and energetic brand of hip-hop.



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