Category: Classical

Jimmy James - Beastie Boys - Check Your Head (CD, Album)

Posted on by

8 comments

  1. Licensed to Ill belonged to the frat boys Paul's Boutique belonged to the hip-hop underground Check Your Head belonged to everyone. Lovers of punk, metal, rap, funk, soul and jazz found something to savor on this landmark; here are So What 'Cha Want; Funky Boss; Finger Lickin' Good; Jimmy James; Pass the Mic, and the rest.
  2. Aug 05,  · The film’s premiere coincided with the 26th anniversary of the Beastie Boys’ album, Ill Communication and reunites the Beastie Boys with .
  3. Apr 24,  · Ch-Check It Out: Rick Rubin gets credit for the original idea behind the Licensed to Ill cover art, which, when opened, features the Beastie Boys’ private jet crashing head .
  4. Oct 10,  · The Album. It took nearly three years between the release of Paul’s Boutique and Check Your Head.. For Check Your Head, the Beasties already Angeleno’s for several years, rented out the Atwater Village Community Center and turned it into their studio/mancave, G-Son Studio (complete with basketball court and half-pipe).. It was there, along with their carpenter, Money Mark (Nishita) on.
  5. “Jimi James” is the first song from Beastie Boys' third (full-length) album, Check Your Head. It was recorded and mixed at G-Son Studios, Atwater Village, CA, with Mario C co-producing with Beastie.
  6. This release is very similar to Check Your Head, except by the "Frontline" line on left-side barcode in a separated line, and by the lack of thankyou's credits on booklet's first studio photo. Catalog number on disc face: CDP 7 2 Catalog number on inlay, spine, and insert: CDP•7 2 (The spaces offsetting the first and last digit are fairly narrow, so it nearly looks like CDP /5().

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

1 2 »