Solid Gold Hits

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Solid Gold Hits
Greatest hits album by Beastie Boys
Released November 7, 2005 (2005-11-07)
Recorded 1986–2004
Genre Alternative hip hop
Rap rock
Length 52:53
Label Capitol
Producer Beastie Boys
Rick Rubin
Mario Caldato, Jr.
Fatboy Slim
Beastie Boys chronology
To the 5 Boroughs
Solid Gold Hits
The Mix-Up
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars link
Pitchfork Media 7.5/10 9 Nov 2005
The Times 4/5 stars 5 Nov 2005
Yahoo! Music 9/10 stars link

Solid Gold Hits is a greatest hits collection by Beastie Boys, released in November 2005. In contrast to 1999's The Sounds of Science anthology, Solid Gold Hits consists only of tracks that were released as singles. Where The Sounds of Science is a double CD compilation, Solid Gold Hits contains one CD with all their singles that broke gold, plus a DVD with the respective videos of the songs. Although the standard US release of the CD/DVD has 15 songs, the Japanese release has the song and video for "Right Right Now Now" as the last song.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Original album Length
1. "So What'cha Want"   Check Your Head 3:37
2. "Brass Monkey"   Licensed to Ill 2:39
3. "Ch-Check It Out"   To the 5 Boroughs 3:11
4. "No Sleep Till Brooklyn"   Licensed to Ill 4:06
5. "Hey Ladies"   Paul's Boutique 3:49
6. "Pass the Mic"   Check Your Head 4:17
7. "An Open Letter to NYC"   To the 5 Boroughs 4:13
8. "Root Down"   Ill Communication 3:32
9. "Shake Your Rump"   Paul's Boutique 3:18
10. "Intergalactic"   Hello Nasty 3:30
11. "Sure Shot"   Ill Communication 3:18
12. "Body Movin'" (Fatboy Slim Remix) Previously unreleased 4:09
13. "Triple Trouble"   To the 5 Boroughs 2:44
14. "Sabotage"   Ill Communication 2:58
15. "(You Gotta) Fight for Your Right (To Party!)"   Licensed to Ill 3:31
Total length:

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Chart Peak
U.S. Billboard 200 42
U.S. Billboard Catalog Albums 4
U.S. Billboard Digital Albums 23


  1. ^ BEASTIE BOYS by Josh Cheuse, (retrieved 6 February 2010)

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