Beastie Boys - Hot Sauce Committee Pt Two - 2011 RIP MCA - Hip Hop - Sealed White Vinyl 180 Grm 2LP + 7

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Beastie Boys – Hotsaucecommitteeparttwo

Label: Capitol Records / Oscilloscope Records / Brookyln Dust Music
509996 88043 1 2

Format: 2 × Vinyl, LP, Album, White Includes Vinyl, 7
, 45 RPM, White and Picture ( see pic of previous copy)

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Country: US
Released: 2011
Genre: Hip Hop


A1 Make Some Noise
A2 Nonstop Disco Powerpack
A3 Ok

B1 Too Many Rappers (New Reactionaries Version)
Featuring – NAS
B2 Say It
B3 The Bill Harper Collection
B4 Don't Play No Game That I Can't Win (featuring Santigold)
Featuring – Santigold

C1 Long Burn The Fire
C2 Funky Donkey
C3 The Larry Routine
C4 Tadlock's Glasses
C5 Lee Majors Come Again

D1 Multilateral Nuclear Disarmament
D2 Here's A Little Something For Ya
D3 Crazzy A** S**t
Vocals – Davis Diamond, Skyler Diamond
D4 The Lisa Lisa/Full Force Routine

Bonus 7"

E B-Boys In The Cut

F Pop Your Balloon

Companies etc
Recorded At – Oscilloscope Laboratories
Mixed At – Electric Lady Studios
Mastered At – Universal Mastering Studios
Published By – Brooklyn Dust Music
Published By – Universal-Polygram International Publishing Inc.
Phonographic Copyright (p) – Capitol Records
Phonographic Copyright (p) – Beastie Boys
Copyright (c) – Capitol Records
Copyright (c) – Beastie Boys
Manufactured By – Capitol Records
Art Direction – Zoe Chan
Design – Mike Mills
Management – Silvia Artist Management
Mastered By – Vlado Meller
Mastered By [Assistant] – Mark Santangelo
Mixed By – Zdar
Mixed By [Assistant] – Pete Bischoff
Other [King Of Lunch] – Mike D Rapper Mike D, The
Other [Prince Of Sides] – Andre Kelman
Recorded By – Andre Kelman, Jon Weiner
Written-By, Producer, Recorded By, Mixed By, Art Direction – Beastie Boys

from 2011...
If any fears lingered that the instrumental only album "The Mix-Up" was a sign of The Beastie Boys getting mellow in their old age, then "Hot Sauce Committee Part Two" should put those fears to rest. Kicking off with their most infectious jam since "Intergalactic", this latest collection of songs finds the Boys sounding more alive and kicking than ever, acknowledging their age and longevity while still reveling in the occasional immature moment that makes them so much fun.
Live instruments dominate- snare drums, fuzzy bass, electric guitar, mixed with an odd assortment of electronic noises and DJ scratching. After the club rocking opener "Make Some Noise", "Nonstop Disco Powerpack" lays down a simpler James Brown-styled funk beat over which the Boys re-introduce themselves, urging one another to "Step up and grab the mic". The rhymes come fast and furious- some brilliant, some throwaway- but rapid enough to make you know you missed some and need to listen again. "OK" sounds like a late '70's Gary Numan track re-mixed by the Chemical Brothers. "Say It" is drenched in distorted bass, white noise, and random electronic noises that may or may not be a clue to the state of mind the Boys were in when the track was recorded. "Lee Majors Come Again" injects the Blitzkrieg Bop with a healthy dose of punk and helps close out the latter half of the album on an aggressive note similar to the one that kicked it off.

Hints of past Beastie accomplishments infuse several tracks, ranging from "Multilateral Nuclear Disarmament", which sounds like an unreleased highlight from "The Mix-Up" sessions to "Long Burn the Fire", which sounds like "Sabotage" on downers; and while the phrase "don't stop" seems to pop up in every other song, it is "Tadlock's Glasses" that sounds most like that earlier track, only this time it's in the midst of an electronic bad trip. It sounds like a bad idea but it is a great listen!
Despite a couple of harmless missteps- the reggae infested "Don't Play No Game That I Can't Win" featuring Santigold, and "Crazy A## S@#t" which sounds like M.I.A. lite- this is one heck of a fun album. The jams are kicking, the rhymes are flying out the window, and despite pushing middle age and beyond, the Boys sound like they are having the time of their lives. "The proof is in the pudding, and the pudding is in my pants," spits Mike D, and "Hot Sauce Committee Part Two" is solid proof of a band at the height of its powers!

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More Information
Condition New
Format 2LP
Label Capitol Records