13 Songs, 44 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Linking timeless Zeppelin and Sabbath riffs to heavy-bottomed funk with hook-savvy producer Rick Rubin, the Beastie Boys made first-rate party music that defined the late '80s. “(You Gotta) Fight for Your Right (To Party)” and “No Sleep Till Brooklyn” displayed an understanding of metal, while “Paul Revere,” “Time to Get Ill” and “Hold It, Now Hit It” swung and bounced furiously.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Linking timeless Zeppelin and Sabbath riffs to heavy-bottomed funk with hook-savvy producer Rick Rubin, the Beastie Boys made first-rate party music that defined the late '80s. “(You Gotta) Fight for Your Right (To Party)” and “No Sleep Till Brooklyn” displayed an understanding of metal, while “Paul Revere,” “Time to Get Ill” and “Hold It, Now Hit It” swung and bounced furiously.

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Ratings and Reviews

4.4 out of 5
39 Ratings

39 Ratings

Jcage6 ,

Album cover

This was done and released in 1986 , it’s one of the Best Albums ever and no one ever saw it coming , so NO , cover was not stolen, and if it was flip it around!

Bloodspill77 ,

Classic!

This is a must have for any collection. One of the best albums ever created, and most influential. Way ahead of it's time, never gets old!!!!

white_chocolate259 ,

The best

3 punk white kids just happen to make the best rap record of all time

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