Beastie Boys Vinyl, CD & tapes by Beastie Boys at Norman Records

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Beastie Boys Music

Beastie Boys - as you may know already - made music, and so 'Beastie Boys Music' is as good a title as any for this greatest hits collection. The album stretches from their early-days, VW badge-stealing bangers like 'Fight For Your Right' and 'No Sleep 'Til Brooklyn' to hits such as 'Intergalactic' from their later, more critically-acclaimed period. We miss 'em but this is a great place to start for those curious about Beastie Boys, or if you simply want all their best tunes in one place. 

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Check Your Head

Check Your Head was the third album from the Beastie Boys which returned somewhat to their earlier punk rock stylings following the more sample-heavy Paul's Boutique. Frequent collaborator Money Mark has a heavy presence on this album which begins the cross pollination of styles the Beastie's would use on future recordings.   

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The In Sound From Way Out!

Yes, it's the most instrumental of all their canon -- it's the Beastie Boys with a timely reissue of The In Sound From Way Out! It was high time the Boys' raw and funky shout-free versions from their best two albums -- Ill Communication and Check Your Head -- were made available on nice crisp and loud 180-gram vinyl LP format, so here they are. Of course with the good ol' super sleazy keyboard sounds of Money Mark. Shake your rump, indeed.

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Solid Gold Hits

Sometimes it's hard to know where to start with the Beastie Boys. They started out basically as children making near novelty rap before swinging by an unbelievable breadth of musical styles over their career. This 2005 era compilation just takes all the singles and best bits from 'Sabotage' to 'Fight For Your Right' to 'Shake Your Rump'. 
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Root Down

‘Root Down’, of course, is one of the iconic Beastie Boys joints, a highlight of the classic Ill Communication LP when that dropped back in 1994. A year later the trio issued an EP based around the track. The Root Down EP features the original along with two other versions - the hard-headed ‘Free Zone Mix’ and a jazzy boom-bap rendering by Prince Paul. The rest of the record is filled with live tracks and a hidden bonus beat.

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Paul's Boutique

Its interesting to remember the fuss that was made over the Beastie Boys when they first came to parochial old Britain. For one this they started a craze in which young hoodlums stole badges off Volkswagen Passats to the anger of dads across the country. Paul's Boutique was probably the first sign that this was not just some New York novelty sent to ruin your hard earned hatchback. A more varied and sonically experimental work, it was a multi-hued record full of bravado, three-pronged vocal attacks but also inventive sampling which re-wrote the rule book of what hip-hop could be.    

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Hot Sauce Committee Part Two

Still displaying all the creativity and lyrical dexterity that had made them such legends after they broke out a quarter of a century before, 2011’s Hot Sauce Committee Part Two turned out to be the final studio album from Beastie Boys, following the passing of Adam ‘MCA’ Yauch the following year from cancer. 

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Ill Communication

Beastie Boys reissues raining down on your turntables these days! Ill Communication, coming at you from 1994, with all beats produced, lines rapped and instruments played by the Beastie Boys, spawned one of their most famous songs, Sabotage. But these guys gave us so much more: shortly after the release of this album, they coined the word mullet. This is your chance to acquire a piece of pop culture history!

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Hello Nasty

Although only 17 years old, I’m sure we can all agree that Hello Nasty was due for a reissue. Featuring Mixmaster Mike on the turntables, the Beastie Boys prove that they have more skills than yelling and popularizing wide-angle video clips. The album is out on 2x180gr vinyl, and sounds as rich as it ever has. What times we live in!

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Licensed To Ill

Album the first from Brooklyn’s finest, the legendary Beastie Boys. Licensed To Ill has crucial classics like ‘Fight For Your Right’ and ‘No Sleep Till Brooklyn’, plus the iconic airplane cover art. Basically, this is a crucial cornerstone in hip-hop history, and you can now buy it on vinyl again: happy days eh?

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Sure Shot

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Triple Trouble

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I'm Down/ Scenario

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Don't Play No Game That I Can't Win (Major Lazer Rmx)

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Hot Sauce Committee Deluxe Edition

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New York Thrash

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The Mix Up

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Too Many Rappers

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Remote Control / 3 MCs &; 1 DJ

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No Sleep Till Brooklyn

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Licenced to Ill

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She's On It/ Slow & Low

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Electric Worm

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The Mix-Up Album Sampler

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An Open Letter To NYC

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Ch Check it Out

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Check It Out

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The Sound Of Science

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Fire & Skill

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