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Saturday, April 30, 2011

Go Back To The Boom Box!

         Now, these  guys doesn't matter if your into Rock or Hip Hop music. The only that matters to them is they deliver instant messages to the people, who could relate in both sorts of music genres.I call them the kings, who rocks the Mic since before I was born, well if you were born during the early 90's you can hear their tracks played on air, with a very low-fidelity music, collaboration of three emcee's, live guitars, the old school half step drum patterns on a certain tempo, that sometimes you can hardly determine if it's on  jungle sample or in the old school hiphop ish, but either ways they performed and distributed distinction to their own music from others, you would also remember "I Gotta Fight for my right to party", "It's sabotage" or "Three emcees and one DJ", collaborating with the popular Dj of its time, DJ Mix Master Mic.
        Are you guessing them already? Are you? Huh? Ohh yes! And you just got it right, its the all time favorite. "The Beastie Boys".
The Beastie Boys (left to right)  MCA,  Mike D, and Ad-Rock

  Since their 7th release last 2007 of The Mix UP album, they were working with the Hot Sauce Committee Album. intended to be released as their 8th Album,  problem was there were unfortunate events that triggered the cancelling of that project.  Adam "MCA" Yauch was diagnosed with cancer ,  The album was previously known by the working title Tadlock's Glasses, wasn't official so it some didn't call it as the 8th but rather than an additional album or inserts they dropped "Too Many Rappers featuring Nas" that hits both local and national mainstreams in US soil. t peaked at #93 on the Billboard Hot 100 making it the Beastie Boys' first single in five years to chart on the Hot 100; the last time being "Ch-Check It Out" in 2004 that peaked at #68. "Too Many Rappers" has also been nominated for a Grammy Award for Best Rap Performance by a Duo or Group. Hot Sauce Committee, Pt. 1 was released under the title Hot Sauce Committee Part Two with a slightly altered track listing including "Too Many Rappers". The material intended for part two may now be released as Hot Sauce Committee, Pt. 1at some point in the future.

Beastie Boy's Hot Sauce Committe Part Two, Album Cover


  1. "Make Some Noise" – 3:31
  2. "Nonstop Disco Powerpack" – 4:10
  3. "OK" – 2:49
  4. "Too Many Rappers" [New Reactionaries Version] (featuring Nas) – 4:52
  5. "Say It" – 3:26
  6. "The Bill Harper Collection" – 0:24
  7. "Don't Play No Game That I Can't Win" (featuring Santigold) – 4:11
  8. "Long Burn the Fire" – 3:34
  9. "Funky Donkey" – 1:57
  10. "The Larry Routine" – 0:31
  11. "Tadlock's Glasses" – 2:20
  12. "Lee Majors Come Again" – 3:43
  13. "Multilateral Nuclear Disarmament" – 2:54
  14. "Here's a Little Something for Ya" – 3:09
  15. "Crazy Ass Shit" – 1:57
  16. "The Lisa Lisa/Full Force Routine" – 0:50 
                    Deluxe bonus tracks

                17. "Pop Your Balloon"
                 18. "B-Boys in the Cut"
                 19. "Make Some Noise (Passion Pit Remix)" (pre-order bonus download) - 3:09 

                    Japan bonus track
                  20."Make Some Noise" (Cornelius Remix) - 3:00

Releasing dates : April 27, 2011 (Japan)April 29, 2011 (Germany)May 3, 2011 (U.S.)

 Mo Flow team can't hardly wait for their next released (The Hot Sauce Comittee PART 1)
but as of now listen to this 44minuter youtube video of the whole album set LOW FI as what we love about the beastie boys!

Writter/Researcher Roem Ortiz

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