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Old 06-29-2021, 08:36 AM
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Beastie Boys Collection (on YouTube) has been having an absolute uploading frenzy of live show recordings and other gems. They've also uploaded the 2009 album commentary videos, which I've previously only been able to find as audio.

Paul's Boutique
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m5KEKtLZ9S8

Check Your Head
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bPSCSIBup6M


Crossing my fingers that the other 2 commentaries show up soon.
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Old 06-29-2021, 05:56 PM
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sweet! good lookin out.



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Old 06-29-2021, 10:45 PM
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Holy shit, I think this is the closest we are ever going to get to a vault!

Talk about a rare treasure trove.

Just from skimming it quickly, some stuff I have never heard before or have but only listened once and had a trouble finding again:

- Audio from the Liverpool Riots from '87
- A remix of Squat with De La Soul
- Audio of almost the full show from Glasgow '99 (song for the man, the move and unite included)
- Breakdowns of the different sections of songs for No Sleep, Gratitude and Sabotage (from the site back years ago, but don't remember No Sleep)
- Instrumentals from LTI I didn't know existed (ie. Girls).
- Demos (I don't remember 4 demos for Shake Your Rump)
- Live bootlegs I have never seen before.
- Nice collection of their live punk covers.
- Soundboard recordings of a lot of song.
- Collaborations
- Tons of Rare Money Mark Stuff
- Scores from stuff Beastie Boys have done on film (Gunnin' for that number one Spot and others) This last one is like unreleased instrumentals.

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Old 07-01-2021, 07:55 AM
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Yeah I don't know who Beastie Boys Collection is, but even some of the really die hard collectors I know are impressed by the breadth of their collection. For the past few years I've noticed really rare / previously unheard stuff popping up on YouTube, and it's always Beastie Boys Collection. If you're lurking here, thank you for this absolute treasure trove.
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Old 07-01-2021, 11:35 AM
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interesting how the recording of "a year and a day" story, differs from the version in the Beastie Boys book



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interesting how the recording of "a year and a day" story, differs from the version in the Beastie Boys book
Yeah I think Yauch speaks the truth and Adam and Mike have flawed recollections of it. Heís the one who would know what was up in this case.

Goes without saying, but the bandís recent reflections on their history are missing one third of the perspective. Iím curious what a Beastie Boys Book would have been like with Yauch involved. I guess the closest thing we have are these commentaries, the Anthology booklet and some interviews.



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Old 08-03-2021, 12:12 PM
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Holy shit, I think this is the closest we are ever going to get to a vault!

Talk about a rare treasure trove.

Just from skimming it quickly, some stuff I have never heard before or have but only listened once and had a trouble finding again:

- Audio from the Liverpool Riots from '87
- A remix of Squat with De La Soul
- Audio of almost the full show from Glasgow '99 (song for the man, the move and unite included)
- Breakdowns of the different sections of songs for No Sleep, Gratitude and Sabotage (from the site back years ago, but don't remember No Sleep)
- Instrumentals from LTI I didn't know existed (ie. Girls).
- Demos (I don't remember 4 demos for Shake Your Rump)
- Live bootlegs I have never seen before.
- Nice collection of their live punk covers.
- Soundboard recordings of a lot of song.
- Collaborations
- Tons of Rare Money Mark Stuff
- Scores from stuff Beastie Boys have done on film (Gunnin' for that number one Spot and others) This last one is like unreleased instrumentals.
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Yeah I don't know who Beastie Boys Collection is, but even some of the really die hard collectors I know are impressed by the breadth of their collection. For the past few years I've noticed really rare / previously unheard stuff popping up on YouTube, and it's always Beastie Boys Collection. If you're lurking here, thank you for this absolute treasure trove.
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