Monday, March 09, 2009

Beastie Boys - Pauls Boutique (20th Anniversary Edition) (Remastered) [2oo9]

Artist : Beastie Boys
Title : Paul's Boutique
Year : 2oo9
Label : Capitol Records
Genre : Hip-Hop
Store Date : Feb-10-2009
Encoder : Lame 3.97 / -V2 --vbr-new
Time : 53:13 min
Size : 63,7 mB

:: T R A C K L i S T ::
01. To All The Girls "01:29
02. Shake Your Rump "03:18
03. Johnny Ryall "03:02
04. Egg Man "02:58
05. High Plains Drifter "04:13
06.The Sounds Of Science "03:12
07. 3-Minute Rule "03:39
08. Hey Ladies "03:48
09. 5-Piece Chicken Dinner "00:23
10. Looking Down The Barrel Of A Gun "03:29
11. Car Thief "03:40
12. What Comes Around "03:08
13. Shadrach "04:08
14. Ask For Janice "00:11
15. 59 Chrystie Street "00:57
16. Get On The Mic "01:14
17. Stop That Train "01:59
18. A Year And A Day "02:22
19. Hello Brooklyn "01:32
20. Dropping Names "01:03
21. Lay It On Me "00:54
22. Mike On The Mic "00:48
23. Awol "01:46

:: i N F O ::
When The Beastie Boys hit platinum with their debut album, they
were instantly labeled the Elvises of rap, accused of being just
another bunch of white musicians stealing from black music. But
what was overlooked was that the Beasties actually ... Full
Descriptionhad some interesting ideas to take hip hop to new
levels. While in the years to come other white rappers like
Vanilla Ice and Jesse Jaymes would prove they were the true
cultural thieves, the Beasties defended themselves by recording a
seminal rap album, PAUL'S BOUTIQUE. The record was, in fact, so
legit that it eroded their commercial appeal in middle America.

PAUL'S BOUTIQUE is a sample-fest--a post-modern epic of cut and
splice studio wizardry. Taking snippets of music from sources as
disparate as Curtis Mayfield, The Beatles, B.D.P., The Ramones and
The Jaws soundtrack (as well as countless others), they built
songs out of the debris of modern culture. Over these mind-blowing
tracks, they weaved tall tales, self-promotional proclamations and
sheer non-sense into a singular vision of inspired lunacy. Besides
Public Enemy, no one else was producing albums as complex as this.
PAUL'S BOUTIQUE sounds two or three years ahead of its time,
perhaps this is why the album was considered such a failure upon
its release.

Whatever the case, there really is no album that sounds quite like
this one does; the Beasties returned to the top of the charts a
few years later with CHECK YOUR HEAD, but they may never be able
to top the originality and depth of their stunning sophomore

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1 comment:

Dr. President said...

The link is dead, could you please repost this? Thanks