- MCA RIP :(
Digging it out right now, not heard it in years,
I don’t think Pauls Boutique has ever, ever been off my play list / iPod / pile of cds or tapes in car. Most of the rest of my play lists are the tracks sampled on Pauls Boutique
[video]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DZJdMzkY_C4[/video]Posted 5 years agocaptain_spauldingMember
I can’t think of any musician’s death that has had this affect on me.
Saw them at Birmingham Odeon in 1986 when they (and I ) were just children, fell in love with the energy and always kept them in my life.
“not like a roach or a piece of toast, I’m going out first class aint going out coach”Posted 5 years agoBenHouldsworthMember
The first ‘real’gig I went to was Run DMC and Beastie Boys at the Royal Court in Liverpool May 1987, aged 14, courtesy of my mates dad.
The Beasties shaped my musical life, got me in to Hip Hop, which got me in dance music, which got me into trouble and they were there when I finally matured.
God bless and RIP.Posted 5 years ago
I’d put money on us being exactly the same age
I was born 1970. The Pistols I remember from early junior school, the Beasties from early secondary school. To me, they both have the same feeling, the same attitude if you like. Hard to explain.
Jan 1971 – both the beastie boys and the sex pistols were the sound track to my exams
This is going back a bit – before Licenced to Ill, when there was a girl in the beastie boys
Posted 5 years agoDezBSubscriber
Weird, I somehow missed this news when it happened, then saw some pics of MCA today and felt really sad.Posted 5 years ago
Such a great band. Who would’ve thought they’d release such consistantly good stuff over so many years.
will be tuning in to Zane Lowe (just hope he keeps his gob shut)
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