Episode 87: Beastie Boys Part 2 – Text In All The Wrong Places

This week we conclude the story of the Beastie Boys, one of the hardest working groups in not just rap or rock, but all of music. We dive into the later years of their career, when they really hit their stride and finally got the recognition they deserved. Within a decade they went from being the brains behind the amped-up classic “Sabotage” to creating an all instrumental album with some jazz-infused, post punk goodness. We finish it all up with a discussion on their untimely end that is still felt to this day and their ridiculous influence on the world of music. So upgrade yourself to a Cookie O’Puss from Captain Lawrence Brewing and prepare yourselves because nobody, can do it, like Rock Candy can, come on!

Resources: The Beastie Boys Book by Michael Diamond and Adam Horovitz

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