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|1. Rhymin & Stealin|
|2. The New Style|
|3. She's Crafty|
|4. Posse In Effect|
|5. Slow Ride|
|7. Fight For Your Right|
|8. No Sleep Till Brooklyn|
|9. Paul Revere|
|10. Hold It Now, Hit It|
|11. Brass Monkey|
|12. Slow And Low|
|13. Time To Get Ill|
Universal Music Catalogue are re-pressing and re-issuing a series of classic albums from Def Jam, the most groundbreaking and inspired hip hop and urban music label of a generation. Drawing on its hugely impressive catalogue, created in the 21 years since
The joke of Licensed to Ill's cover--that the Beasties could crash their jet into the side of a mountain and keep on tickin'--serves as a good metaphor for a career that even some of their 1986 admirers thought might be over after the one-time-only shock of this full-length debut. That thousands of funk-junkie wannabes have since failed at re-creating its groove, breaking-the-law vibe, and ear-splitting mix of rock and rap is an even better joke. And funniest of all is the record itself, which packs aural puns and lots and lots of yelling into an album that can still be listened to with as much pleasure as it gave in 1986. --Rickey Wright
Do I really need to write a review for this album?
It's amazing... of course.
Are you doubting it? Why are you reading this?
Get it. Now.
its awsome like (fight for your right) but just a few sucked but i did not hate the fact i bought it i love it still i think its a good product here at amazon so i recomend it to... Read morePublished on July 16 2004 by sephoroth
People like to complain about this album: it's stupid, it's immature, it's sexist, blah, blah, blah. Well of course it is. It's supposed to be. And it succeeds spectacularly! Read morePublished on June 26 2004
The Beastie Boys exploded on the scene when I was a teenager in 1986. I bought the Licensed To Ill cassette tape back then when it first came out. (Wish I still had it!! Read morePublished on June 2 2004 by Avid Reader Andy
I'll tell you, I'm not generally into rap or hiphop (exceptions being some underground stuff such as the streets or dizzee rascal), but the Beastie Boys are one exception for me. Read morePublished on May 25 2004 by Jeremy Webber
The most well-known album from the Beastie Boys is also their most infamous! Simply one word to describe it: Masterpiece!Published on May 22 2004