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Beastie Boys – No Sleep Till Brooklyn
From the 1986 album “Licensed To Ill”
Released in 1986, it was the first rap LP to top the Billboard 200 chart and is Columbia Records’ fastest selling debut album of all time.
Produced by the Beastie Boys themselves and the renowned Rick Rubin, the album regularly makes greatest album lists and features some of their most famous tracks, including Fight For Your Right.
The track featured here was the third single off the album and features Slayer guitarist Kerry King both on the track itself and in the video as well. The name of the track is said to be a spoof of the Motorhead album “No Sleep ‘Til Hammersmith” and the track has featured on Guitar Hero: World Tour, was used by the WWE star Nunzio and by the baseball team the Cleveland Indians.
The Anomalies – Oldskool
From the 2009 album “Free Soup Social”
Hailing from Hereford, England, MC Goldseal, Mouthmaster Murf, Lo and DJ Mayhem have been together for 3 years now, releasing their debut album this year.
Having already supported acts such as Grandmaster Flash, Goldie, Sway, Scratch Perverts, DJ Yoda, DJ First Rate, Roll Deep, Ugly Duckling and Groove Armada, The Anomalies are no stranger to the big stage and this album is already a favourite of mine from this year.
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