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Beastie Boys - Licensed to Ill: 30th Anniversary - Vinyl Record

Beastie Boys - Licensed to Ill: 30th Anniversary - Vinyl Record

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Licensed to Ill is the debut studio album by American hip hop group Beastie Boys. It was released on November 15, 1986 by Def Jam and Columbia Records. The album features a mix of hip hop, punk rock, and heavy metal, and features the hit singles "Fight for Your Right" and "No Sleep till Brooklyn." The album was produced by Rick Rubin, who helped the group to fuse these various genres together and create a unique sound. The album cover, featuring a plane with the Beastie Boys logo, is a parody of the logo of the airline company, "AeroMexico", and was heavily criticized for its depiction of women. Despite the criticism, Licensed to Ill was a commercial success, becoming the first rap album to reach number one on the Billboard 200 chart. It has since been certified diamond in the United States.

1. Rhymin & Stealin
2. The New Style
3. She's Crafty
4. Posse In Effect
5. Slow Ride
6. Girls
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

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Care Instructions

Keep away from the sun.

Never place it next to a Justin Bieber record.

Treat it like your grandma, you know if she was a record. Know what I mean? Tender care, don't talk back, and never interupt during Murder She Wrote. Wait - what the hell was I writing about-

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