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Hold It Now, Hit It - Beastie Boys - Licensed To Ill (CD, Album)

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  1. Sall says:
    Beastie Boys were an American hip-hop trio from New York City, United States: Brooklyn and Manhattan. Originally formed as a four-piece hardcore punk band, The Young Aborigines, in by Michael Diamond (vocals), John Berry (guitar; died May ), Adam Yauch (bass) and Kate Schellenbach (drums), for the majority of its career the group consisted of Mike D (real name Michael .
  2. Tygogrel says:
    Nov 15,  · Three decades later and there's never been a better time to get ill. The Beastie Boys' debut studio album, "Licensed to Ill" became the first rap LP to .
  3. Nacage says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Licensed To Ill on Discogs. Label: Def Jam Recordings - • Series: Def Jam Remasters • Format: CD Album, Reissue, Remastered, Repress • Country: Europe • Genre: Hip Hop •/5(5).
  4. Akinosho says:
    Lyrics. Beastie Boys Now I chill real ill when I start to chill When I fill my pockets with a knot of dollar bills Sipping pints of ale out the window sill When I get my fill I'm chilly chill Now I just got home because I'm out on bail What's the time? - it's time to buy ale Peter eater - parking meter all of the time If I run out of ale - it's Thunderbird wine Miller drinking - chicken eating.
  5. Dakinos says:
    Hold it now, hit it! Yo Leroy! It's my joint it's my, hold it now It's my rhyme. The now and T, Adam Yauch in the place to be And all the girls are on me 'cause I'm down with Mike D I'm down with Mike D, and he ain't no baloney For real, not phony O.E. and Rice-a-Roni. I come out at night 'cause I sleep all day Well I'm the King Ad Rock, and he.
  6. Moogushakar says:
    " Hold It Now, Hit It " is a song by American hip hop group Beastie Boys, released as the first single from their debut album Licensed to Ill. It is also remixed on the album New York State of Mind. In , it was ranked number 27 on VH1 's Greatest Songs of Hip Hop.
  7. Gutaxe says:
    For a few months in , the Beastie Boys symbolized Middle America's worst fears that hip-hop would turn white children into drunken hoodlums. But they were really just three Brooklyn punks who joined forces with producer Rick Rubin for a rock-rap cataclysm that turned Led Zeppelin ("She's Crafty") and Aerosmith ("The New Style") samples into.
  8. Dikasa says:
    Licensed to Ill continues on to the next generation I bought this cd to show my son that the music he listens to now is not that much different than what I listened to 17 years ago Hell be 15 this summer. He listened to it once and now it has disappeared along with him. Glad the cd has survived so well now if only I could listen to it.

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