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The Beastie Boys are among the most influential groups of the last two decades. As their music has opened hip-hop to a wider audience and changed the parameters of its sound, their ambitious music videos have carried the medium to new levels of artistic expression. This groundbreaking two-disc anthology showcases the vast potential of DVD technology, with most of the 18 videos containing alternate visual angles and multiple audio tracks. There are hundreds of possible image and sound combinations, including new surround mixes, a cappella versions, instrumentals, and more than 40 remixes (by such artists as Moby, Fatboy Slim and The Prunes), including many new remixes created exclusively for this release. Loaded with never-before-seen footage and unreleased music tracks, this special edition also contains a trove of rare still photos and exclusive audio commentary by the band and the video directors. And the coup de grâce; the world-premiere director's cut of Nathanial Hornblower's "Intergalactic" spin-off "The Robot vs. the Octopus Monster Saga."
Beastie Boys fans with a firm command of DVD angle and subtitle features will find the Criterion Collection's version of the group's Video Anthology a must. Augmenting 18 videos with more than 100 camera angles and remixes old and new, the 2-disc set brings Criterion's attention to detail and quality to bear on some of the most hilarious and visually creative music clips ever. In addition to hits such as "So What'cha Want," "Intergalactic," and "Shake Your Rump," the set also includes such lesser-known cuts as "Ricky's Theme" and "Netty's Girl." Finally, director comments, a mock talk-show appearance by "the cast of Sabotage" (the Beasties' spoof of '70s cop shows), and behind-the-scenes mastermind Nathanial Hörnblowér's "The Robot vs. the Octopus Monster Saga" lend further insight into the Beasties' creative process with their collaborators. Long may they tape. --Rickey Wright --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Their music is great, the videos aren't the most amazing thing I've ever seen. I listen to the b-boys quite a bit, but I don't find a video dvd to have much replay value.Published on July 2 2004 by Mr E
I am a true Beastie Boys fan, but for some reason it took me almost 4 years to buy this cd. 4 years wasted. Read morePublished on June 17 2004 by MyklStarrKnows
This dvd kick's butt!!! there alot are of bonus feature's to keep you entertained for hours. the reason I gave it a 4 out of five is because for some reason they left out the... Read morePublished on Feb. 3 2004 by meat chunks
I would not just throw out 5 stars to any old thing this is by far the best DVD I have, if you like the Beastie Boys you will love this DVD Set. Read morePublished on Dec 25 2003 by Logan Miles
WHERE IN GOD'S NAME ARE 'FIGHT FOR YOUR RIGHT' AND 'NO SLEEP 'TIL BROOKLYN'??????
Frankly those are the only Beastie songs that don't make me want to hurl and without them... Read more
Beastie Boys Criterion Collection DVD is by a long shot the most entertaining DVD on the market. It has so many features which include remixes, multi-angles, commentaries,... Read morePublished on Sept. 20 2003 by El Smoksta
This dvd you have to have it in your collection if you like the Beastie Boys. My fav. videos on this dvd are Sure Shot and Root Down.
You name the function that DVD promised, it is here. Multiple cuts for videos, multiple shots for videos, change the soundtrack and see how it works with a certain video,... Read morePublished on Aug. 10 2003 by C. Minnick
Everyone else has already spoken vastly on the many fine features of this DVD: superfly remixes, multiangled precision viewing, funnily-commentaried extravegance, the B-Boys... Read morePublished on March 9 2003 by Freedom Smith