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Vinyl Records: 4 Beastie Boys Albums Filled With Solid Gold Hits [Amazon]

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The Beastie Boys have proven themselves among the most influential artists of their time. To keep the party going, below are four of the best Beastie Boys albums in vinyl record format, now available on Amazon.READ MORE

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Beastie Boys Memoir To Include Graphic Novel, Cookbook, Mixtape Playlists

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Beastie Boys surviving members Mike D and Ad-Rock just announced that their memoir is now available for pre-order. 'Beastie Boys Book' will pay homage to the band that was formed in 1979.READ MORE

Beastie Boys rappers Adam Horovitz and Michael Diamond in November 2017

A Beastie Boys Memoir Will Be Published Sometime This Year, Mike D Confirms

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The long-mooted Beastie Boys memoir might finally be in the cards. Mike D confirmed that the tell-all book, which has been in the works for years, is due sometime in 2018.READ MORE

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Rihanna Shares Instagram Clip, Says "Love on the Brain" Will Be Next Single from 'Anti' Album

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Rihanna has revealed in an Instagram clip that “Love On The Brain” will be the next single from her 'Anti' album. “#nextsingle” she wrote on a short video of her performing the song during the tour for 'Anti.' Other singles from the album have included her Drake duet “Work,” “Kiss It Better” and “Needed Me.”READ MORE

Premiere Of Warner Bros. Pictures' 'War Dogs' - Arrivals

Guns N’ Roses Refused to Bargain with Todd Phillips on ‘War Dogs’ Soundtrack

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Todd Phillips, the director of the new film War Dogs starring Miles Teller, Jonah Hill and Bradley Cooper, revealed that he originally wanted to use Guns N' Roses' "Paradise City" in the movie. However, the director had to go with a different song because the band refused to bargain with him.READ MORE

Musicians Adam Horovitz, Mike Diamond and Adam Yauch of the Beastie Boys arrive at the 11th Annual Webby Awards at Chipriani Wall Street

Founding Member of Beastie Boys John Berry Dead at 52 from Dementia

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Founding member of the Beastie Boys John Berry is dead from dementia at the young age of 52. Reportedly, the former guitarist died at 7:30 a.m. this past Thursday (May 19) in hospice care in Danvers, Massachusetts.READ MORE

J.J. Abrams

J.J. Abrams Creates Beastie Boys Inspired 'Star Wars: The Force Awakens' Character

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'Star Wars' fans love finding little hidden nuggets inside the movies, especially as the highly anticipated 'Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens' approaches this year. But fans of director J.J. Abrams know to look for Beastie Boys nuggets too.READ MORE

Adam Horovitz

Ad-Rock on 'Late Night With Seth Meyers': Adam Horovitz Gets Goofy During Interview

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Ad-Rock, aka Adam Horovitz, of the Beastie Boys has been making the press rounds as of late to promote the new Noah Baumbach flick, "While We're Young." Horovitz stars alongside Ben Stiller, Adam Driver and Naomi Watts in the film, which is more information than what the artist shared with Seth Meyers last night, April 6, on "Late Night." Instead, the pair talked about everything from Vin Diesel to the Beastie Boys concert film titled "Awesome; I F*ckin' Shot That!"READ MORE

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Ad-Rock On 'Tonight Show': Beastie Boy Talks Touring With Madonna, Acting, 'While We're Young' & More On First Solo Appearance

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Adam "Ad-Rock" Horovitz stopped by 'The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon' on his first solos appearance to promote his new film 'While We're Young.' Instead, he talked about touring with Madonna and his original intentions to be an actor, and became friends with Fallon's other guest Will Forte. The trio also got to touch fish and other "river monsters" with 'River Monsters' host Jeremy Wade.READ MORE

Adam Horovitz, aka Ad-Rock

Adam Horovitz (Ad-Rock) Says The Beastie Boys Are Officially Over, Talks Losing Adam Yauch

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Adam Horovitz, aka Ad-Rock, recently sat down with 'GQ' to talk about his career as of late. The MC will appear in Noah Baumbach's 'While We're Young,' out March 27, alongside Ben Stiller. Horovitz revealed that his rap trio, the Beastie Boys, is officially over. The news comes as little surprise since the group ceased operations following the death of founding member Adam Yauch in 2012.READ MORE

Adam Horovitz, aka Ad-Rock of the Beastie Boys

Ad-Rock Of Beastie Boys Dishes On Iggy Azalea, 'Blurred Lines' Verdict, State Of Rap Music & More Ahead Of 'While We Were Young' Release

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Adam Horovitz, aka Ad-Rock of the Beastie Boys, stars in Noah Baumbach's new film While We Were Young. In support of his role, the 48-year-old spoke to the Daily Beast about the state of New York City, the Beastie Boys being considered OG rappers, today's rap music, Iggy Azalea's cultural appropriation criticism, the "Blurred Lines" lawsuit, and the possibility of working with Mike D again, among other topics. Here are some things we learned:READ MORE

Clueless

'Clueless' Soundtrack Getting 20th Anniversary Re-release from Universal on Excellent Choice of Vinyl Color

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A classic '90s soundtrack is seeing a rerelease on vinyl as Universal Music will drop 'Clueless' to celebrate the classic comedy's 20th anniversary.READ MORE

Rick Rubin & David Lynch

Rick Rubin Annotates Kanye West, Johnny Cash, Jay Z Songs on Genius

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Rick Rubin took up residency on Genius yesterday, Feb. 2, and the results are amazing. The super producer broke down the back stories of several famous songs, most notably tracks from Kanye West, Jay-Z and Johnny Cash.READ MORE

Korn

Slipknot and Korn Perform a Vicious Cover of the Beastie Boys' 'Sabotage' Live in London for Frenzied Crowd [WATCH]

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Slipknot and Korn are currently on a co-headlining tour in the U.K., putting on shows that are bound to be scary and thrilling all at once. The two bands shared the stage in London last night (Jan. 23) to pay tribute to the Beastie Boys with a vicious cover of the rap trio's 1994 hit, "Sabotage." Some fans were able to capture the collaboration on video, but Korn promised a full video of the performance in the future.READ MORE

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Beastie Boys Want $2.4 Million More from Monster Energy After Winning Lawsuit

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The Beastie Boys are digging in after reportedly losing money in a $1.7 million lawsuit victory over Monster Energy. Remaining embers Michael Diamond and Adam Horowitz — the late Adam "MCA" Yauch died in 2012 — are demanding $2.4 million more from the company after racking up excessive lawyers fees in the original case.READ MORE

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