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Paul's Boutique Reworked by Solid Steel

Paul’s Boutique as you’ve never heard it! This is Solid Steel’s attempt to make a version of the Beastie classic using the original samples. It’s available for download also, so pretty cool of them. 212 more words


The Punk Singer




I’ve never been the biggest Bikini Kill fan, although I’ve long thought “Rebel Girl” is one of those songs that would perfectly suit any 1990s low-budget independent film; you can almost picture scuzzy opening credits, lo-fi image quality and unmistakeable Gen-X attitude when listening to it. 456 more words


Guest Blogger "BK": The Beastie Boys - Paul's Boutique

BK is the first in a series of Guest Bloggers who agreed to share their thoughts after following along with my blog via BoardGameGeek.  I may never have met BK in person, but he nonetheless feels like a friend. 670 more words


[62] The Beastie Boys - Paul's Boutique

Twenty years ago this month I first arrived at the summer camp that has become both career and second home, and the soundtrack of that summer was The Beastie Boys’, … 538 more words


Beastie Boys Get Monster Settlement From Monster Energy Drinks

It all started back in 2012 when Monster energy drinks used a montage of Beastie Boys music to promote an event called “Ruckus In The Rockies” and has now resulted in a $1 million plus lawsuit win for the Beastie Boys. 265 more words


Beastie Boys win $1.7M jury award in NY copyright case against Monster Energy drink

It’s a rap: The Beastie Boys have won $1.7-million in a copyright violation case against the maker of Monster Energy drink.

Thursday’s ruling ends a case in which the two surviving members of the band testified about their staunch opposition to the use of their music in commercial endorsements. 398 more words


Beastie Boys Win Lawsuit Against Monster Energy Drink

The Beastie Boys have come out winning in the lawsuit that they filed against Monster Energy Drink. The lawsuit stems from a copyright infringement and false endorsement claim against the widely popular energy drink company for using one of their songs without a license in an online video. 245 more words

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