The Beastie Boys Solid Gold Hits

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Solid Gold Hits (Dig)
Solid Gold Hits (Dig)
In celebration of Beastie Boys' 24th anniversary, Capitol Records has decided to pay tribute to Michael "Mike D" Diamond, Adam "Adrock" Horovitz and Adam "MCA" Yauch-- known collectively as Beastie Boys, with the release of Solid Gold Hits. (No, the group is not breaking up.) The infomercial-worthy 15-track compendium distills the NYC trio's storied career into an ADD-friendly digest format: Covering the Boys' first platinum-mining expeditions with "No Sleep 'Til Brooklyn" and "Fight For Your Right" through west coast detours "Shake Your Rump?," "So What'cha Want" and "Sabotage," up to last year's return to #1 with the million-plus-selling To The 5 Boroughs' "Ch-Check It Out," "An Open Letter To NYC" and "Triple Trouble" -and all points between.
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The almighty Beastie boys released a collection called 'solid gold hits'. They decided in Tel Aviv its a good reason to throw them a party. too bad they didnt play enough of the old b-boys sound.
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...Surprisingly not that, already have all the albums. ;-) Downtown Disney, Lake Buena Vista, Florida.

the beastie boys solid gold hits
the beastie boys solid gold hits
High Quality New Emm Capitol Beastie Boys Solid Gold Hits Product Type Compact Disc Rock Explicit Version Digipak
Track Title. 1 So What'cha Want. 2 Brass Monkey. 3 Ch-Check It Out. 4 No Sleep 'Till Brooklyn. 5 Hey Ladies. 6 Pass The Mic. 7 An Open Letter To Nyc. 8 Root Down. 9 Shake Your Rump. 10 Intergalactic. 11 Sure Shot. 12 Body Movin' (Fatboy Slim Remix). 13 Triple Trouble. 14 Sabotage. 15 Fight For Your Right. 16. The Beastie Boys had a good, albeit eccentric, hits compilation in 1999 with the double-disc set The Sounds of Science, so what's the purpose of the 2005 set Solid Gold Hits? Well, it is considerably more concise than the previous compilation, spanning just one disc and containing a mere 15 songs compared to the 42 on Sounds. So, for listeners who are just looking for the big hits, this serves its purpose quite well, since this may be missing many great songs -- and not just album tracks or early singles like "She's on It," but charting hits like "Paul Revere" -- but it does have all of their anthems, including "Fight for Your Right," "Brass Monkey," "Hey Ladies," "Shake Your Rump," "So What'cha Want," "Sabotage," "Sure Shot," "Intergalactic," and "Body Movin'," here in its Fatboy Slim remix. While some listeners may find the non-chronological order kind of frustrating, these songs sound good in pretty much any running order, so this winds up as a thoroughly entertaining listen. Perhaps it's not the definitive Beastie Boys album, but for fans who just want nothing more than the hits, this does its job. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine, Rovi.

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