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Beastie Boys - Paul's Boutique - 20th Anniversary Ed. - Old School Hip Hop 180 Grm LP
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Beastie Boys - Paul's Boutique




Label: Capitol Records – 509996 93300 18
Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Remastered, Reissue, Gatefold
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20th Anniversary Edition 180 gram Vinyl + digital download card to access bonus audio band commentary.
Recorded at Mario G's. Mixed at Record Plant
Track B7-E "Hello Brooklyn" Recorded at the Opium Den.
Barcode printed on sticker attached to shrink
Country: US
Originally Released: 1989
Released: 10 Feb 2009
Genre: Electronic, Hip Hop
Style: Cut-up/DJ, Hip Hop



Credits: Producer - Beastie Boys (tracks: A1 to B5, B7) , Dust Brothers (tracks: A1 to B5, B7)
Scratches - EZ Mike
Written-By - Beastie Boys , Dust Brothers


Tracklisting:

A1 To All The Girls (1:28)
A2 Shake Your Rump (3:19)
A3 Johnny Ryall (3:00)
A4 Egg Man (2:57)
A5 High Plains Drifter (4:13)
A6 The Sounds Of Science (3:11)
A7 3-Minute Rule (3:39)
A8 Hey Ladies (3:47)

B1 5-Piece Chicken Dinner (0:23)
B2 Looking Down The Barrel Of A Gun (3:28)
B3 Car Thief (3:39)
B4 What Comes Around (3:07)
B5 Shadrach (4:07)
B6 Ask For Janice (0:11)
B7 B-Boy Bouillabaisse (12:33)
B7(a) 59 Chrystie Street
B7(b) Get On The Mic
B7(c) Stop That Train
B7(d) A Year And A Day
B7(e) Hello Brooklyn
B7(f) Dropping Names
B7(g) Lay It On Me
B7(h) Mike On The Mic
B7(i) A.W.O.L.



Without question "Paul's Boutique" is a classic. From beginning to end this album is a blur of strange samples, funky beats, and of course the off the wall Beasties bustin out lyrics with obscure references like only they know how. The Beastie Boys are one of the most creative and adventurous in the genre and they, like Russell Simmons (co creator of the Def Jam label and Run's brother) said were "groundbreaking". Anyone with a sense of hip hip history knew this already. I would say this album the "It Takes A Nation of Millions..." of their catalog. Referring to Public Enemy's breakthrough record. Using P.E. as another comparative, I would say "Licensed to Ill" is the "Yo Bum Rush The Show" of their catalog as well.
Musically, there isn't really a weak Beastie Boys album, but their first two are stone cold classics. These two are the ones I come back to the most. I can still remember seeing videos for "Shake Your Rump" and "Hey Ladies" on Yo MTV Raps (Those were the days, seriously!) back when MTV played rap (ha ha!). I had Boutique on a cassette first. I remember the tape came in different colors (mine was red), but I know someone that had a blue one.
. The album is no filler starting with the slow tribute to the ladies "To all the girls", which blasts into "Shake your rump". I could comment on all the tracks, but obviously there are stand outs: "Egg Man", "Hey Ladies", "Car Thief", "Shadrach", and the medley finale "B-Boy Bouillabaise" I also have to mention the hillbilly hoedown "5 Piece Chicken Dinner" that goes hilariously into the funky beat of "Looking down the barrel of a gun". It's hard to describe this album, it's an aural experience. If the conclusion is the "bouillabaisse" then the album as a whole is the full meal deal. I can only tell you that as an old school hip hop fan (the B-Boy fans already own it!) you must have this.



Beastie Boys - Hey Ladies

This segment of MTV News Clip (July 7 1989) shows the Beastie Boys promotin' 'Hey Ladies' single and the release of Paul's Boutique




Beastie Boys - Shake Your Rump

This actually sounded better than the recorded version. Goes to show the 'Beasties' always hold it down live



Beastie Boys on YO! MTV Raps (1989)




Beastie Boys - High Plains Drifter

(Japan Space Shower 1995)

This product was added to our catalog on Sunday 11 March, 2012.

 
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