The Mix-Up

by Daniel Ferm

17 July 2007

 

Originating in 1979, the Beastie Boys are still turning out new and great music to this day. Combining rock and punk with rap, the Beastie Boys achieved fame, reaching Rolling Stone’s “100 Greatest Artists of All Time” at #77. On June 26th, they released their latest album, The Mix-Up, an album of only instrumental songs.

Off The Grid from The Mix-Up:

An earlier hit, Sabotage:

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