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Old 11-07-2018, 06:42 AM
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i don't think mike & adam should every perform again as the Beastie Boys, but i think they left the door open to release new (unreleased) music.....and with those releases maybe do an 'album tour' similar to the book tour....play some songs, talk about them, show some new pics & videos....



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Old 11-07-2018, 08:39 AM
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Personally, I think there will not be a tour. Not saying we will not hear from them anymore (as single person or as a duo) but not as a band.
They said on a couple of interview about the book they have hours of recorded music.

I just wish to hear some new/old music as a vehicle of a message, their social engagement had a strong impact on the public opinion (and me).



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Old 11-07-2018, 12:08 PM
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I don't see them performing standard shows as Beastie Boys. Mike has played beasties' songs and rapped his verses over them, but as an extra of a DJ set, not a proper band show.

I can see them doing small tours and appearances with the ocasion of new releases, but more like theatre or ted talks -ish than actual music performances.

and I see very possible, in some years, the release of new (old) material, probably in a genuine and creative way, as the beasties always do.

i.e. for the hundreds of hours of recordings of the G-Son studio, they could open those files for nice producers and/or bands to take samples, chop them, mix them and finally get new music powered by the beastie boys



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Old 11-07-2018, 12:18 PM
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Not for me. I think the book release and tour represents some real closure for Mike and Adam as well as the fans. Also, and this may seem sacrilege, but Iím not particularly fussed about unreleased 90s material. always felt CYH and IC (+ bsides) were the strongest representation of those years jamming at G-Son. I almost donít want to know about the endless hours of jamming behind ithose albums, although I admit it holds some interest. People used to talk about the vault, especially in regards to HN, but I canít help but the feel that the HN reissue bonus disc represents the sort of material excised. And, 95% of the time, itís dispensable.

What I am far more interested in is the unreleased HSC material / part one (or the material originally slated for part two). These are fully formed tracks! And from something of a late golden era for the boys.



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Old 11-07-2018, 12:31 PM
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Not for me. I think the book release and tour represents some real closure for Mike and Adam as well as the fans.
agreed. i wouldnt hold my breath for any sort of touring in the future. they arent the types to re-tread old ideas, and more talk-based engagements for a slew of material that they've already deemed unworthy for release to begin with seems like a hell of a stretch. and frankly a bit self-indulgent, which is also a characteristic not typically attributed to them.

i think performing music under the beastie brand is a complete wrap at this stage. i think we'd be more likely to see them undertake a duo project if anything, and that would assuredly be under a new banner altogether. im not counting on that scenario very much either though.



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Old 11-07-2018, 12:58 PM
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play some songs....not perform them...



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Old 11-07-2018, 02:28 PM
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play some songs....not perform them...
based on the book tour i can totally see this and it would smash. these guys very obviously love each other and doing this, and even without yauch from interview 1 on Strombo or whatever to what i witnessed monday night...they very quickly slipped right back into form over the past few months.
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this may seem sacrilege, but Iím not particularly fussed about unreleased 90s material. always felt CYH and IC (+ bsides) were the strongest representation of those years jamming at G-Son. I almost donít want to know about the endless hours of jamming behind ithose albums, although I admit it holds some interest. People used to talk about the vault, especially in regards to HN, but I canít help but the feel that the HN reissue bonus disc represents the sort of material excised. And, 95% of the time, itís dispensable.

What I am far more interested in is the unreleased HSC material / part one (or the material originally slated for part two). These are fully formed tracks! And from something of a late golden era for the boys.
I want to hear the unreleased track, "The Jerry Lewis". It was recorded during the Paul's Boutique years.

Anything recorded in the 80's, I want to hear.
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Old 11-07-2018, 06:35 PM
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I want to hear the HSC stuff, Yauch’s acoustic Big Fat Love cover and the live rave-olution remixes of the HN hip hop cuts. And Sabotage as a traditional rap song. Pretty much the companion piece to (and thus containing the rarities referenced therein) the book.



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Old 11-08-2018, 07:25 AM
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I want to hear the unreleased track, "The Jerry Lewis". It was recorded during the Paul's Boutique years.

Anything recorded in the 80's, I want to hear.
Jerry Lewis lyrics were unearthed during the book show setups.



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Old 11-08-2018, 07:33 AM
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Jerry Lewis lyrics were unearthed during the book show setups.
What were they like?

Iíd love it if MCA over Bonzoís Montreaux was recorded.



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Old 11-08-2018, 08:06 AM
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After the last couple months, seeing them do the press tour for the book, gearing up for the tour, and doing the tour, I could totally see them doing something more together. They have really been missed. Like others have said, maybe not under the Beastie Boys name, but as a duo.

Personally I'd be most hyped to hear stuff from the HSC sessions, and I think (hope) someday we will. And if they enjoy working together, which the book tour has shown us that they do, I think that they'll be creative together again, whatever that may mean. It could be music, shows, a play, more books, TV shows or movies...who knows.



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Old 11-08-2018, 11:26 PM
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I donít care what they do but they definitely need to do something together. I could totally see them doing a talk show maybe on satellite radio.. They are very entertaining.

Just seeing them together, having fun and being themselves puts a huge smile on my face.



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Old 11-23-2018, 04:21 PM
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They could possibly tour again with the other musicians they had in their band. They are musicians. It is what they do. They just wouldn't be able to do a lot of rhyming, unless it was just a couple select songs.

A lot of people have done things like this. It wouldn't really surprise me.
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I think there may be more unreleased nearly complete songs then they remember. Look at the 'Original Intergalactic' and 'This Government Needs a Tune-Up'. These just happened to leak. They completely forgot they recorded the Jerry Lewis song. I feel like there may be more stuff then they realize in the "vault".

I would love to hear about the Jerry Lewis lyrics too....



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Not for me. I think the book release and tour represents some real closure for Mike and Adam as well as the fans. Also, and this may seem sacrilege, but Iím not particularly fussed about unreleased 90s material. always felt CYH and IC (+ bsides) were the strongest representation of those years jamming at G-Son. I almost donít want to know about the endless hours of jamming behind ithose albums, although I admit it holds some interest. People used to talk about the vault, especially in regards to HN, but I canít help but the feel that the HN reissue bonus disc represents the sort of material excised. And, 95% of the time, itís dispensable.

What I am far more interested in is the unreleased HSC material / part one (or the material originally slated for part two). These are fully formed tracks! And from something of a late golden era for the boys.
I agree with all of that word for word



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