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Beastie Boys
Paul's Boutique
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December 21, 2018


Almost thirty years on from its release there is still nothing quite like Paul’s Boutique. The 1989 sophomore LP from the Beastie Boys remains a high-point for hip-hop and the art of sampling more generally. Put together at a time when artists didn’t have to worry about things like sample clearances, the NYC trio and producers The Dust Brothers had free reign to create beats from as many scavenged sounds as they wanted. It makes for an endlessly inventive and original album - and one that, for all its lofty ambition, doesn’t forget to bring the party (‘Shake Your Rump’, ‘Hey Ladies’). The best of Beck, The Avalanches and DJ Shadow can claim a direct lineage to Paul’s Boutique.

  1. 1 To All The Girls 0:30
  2. 2 Shake Your Rump 0:30
  3. 3 Johnny Ryall 0:30
  4. 4 Egg Man 0:30
  5. 5 High Plains Drifter 0:30
  6. 6 The Sounds Of Science 0:30
  7. 7 3-Minute Rule 0:30
  8. 8 Hey Ladies 0:30
  9. 9 5-Piece Chicken Dinner 0:12
  10. 10 Looking Down The Barrel Of A Gun 0:30
  11. 11 Car Thief 0:30
  12. 12 What Comes Around 0:30
  13. 13 Shadrach 0:30
  14. 14 Ask For Janice 0:11
  15. 15 B-Boy Bouillabaisse: 59 Chrystie Street/Get On The Mic/Stop That Train/A Year And A Day/Hello Brooklyn/Dropping Names/Lay It On Me/Mike On The Mic/AWOL 0:30

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