Capital Records is marking the 24th anniversary of Beastie Boys with 15-track compilation called "Solid Gold Hits," set for November 8 release
To mark the 24th anniversary of New York rap pioneers Beastie Boys, Capitol Records will out a 15-track compilation called "Solid Gold Hits," set for a November 8 release. The new project will also available as a limited-edition CD/DVD featuring as-yet-unspecified music videos.
Composing the "Solid Gold Hits" will be five tracks taken from the Beasties' 1999 double-disc set "The Sounds of Science." Besides, there are also "Triple Trouble," "Ch-Check It Out" and "An Open Letter to NYC," which are all drawn from their 2004 album "To the 5 Boroughs." Plus, the new release will include a revival of "No Sleep 'Till Brooklyn" from the 1996 "License To Ill" album, and Fatboy Slim remix on "Body Movin."'