List of songs recorded by Beastie Boys

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American hip hop group Beastie Boys performing in 2007.
Beastie Boys performing in 2007. Left to right: Ad-Rock, Mike D, and MCA.

American hip hop group Beastie Boys recorded many songs during their career. Between 1982 and 2012, the group released eight studio albums, four compilation albums, seven extended plays, and forty singles. Beginning in 1981 as a four-piece hardcore punk group, Beastie Boys consisted of Michael "Mike D" Diamond, Adam "MCA" Yauch, Kate Schellenbach, and John Berry.[1] In 1982, after the release of the EP, Polly Wog Stew, Berry left the group and was replaced by Adam "Ad-Rock" Horovitz.[2] A year later, the group released their debut single, "Cooky Puss", which marked a change in style to a more hip-hop oriented sound.[3] The single garnered the attention of New York University student Rick Rubin, who, in 1984, would form Def Jam Recordings with Russell Simmons and ask Beastie Boys to join his label.[4] Afterwards, Schellenbach left the group and the remaining three, Ad-Rock, Mike D, and MCA, decided to focus their attention on rap.[4]

With Rubin's assistance on writing and producing, Beastie Boys released the singles "Rock Hard" in 1984 and "She's on It" in 1985, before releasing their debut studio album, Licensed to Ill, in November 1986.[5] The album was a huge commercial success, and received critical acclaim.[6][7] Due to financial disagreements, Beastie Boys broke away from Def Jam and signed with Capitol Records in California. Produced by the Dust Brothers, they released their second album, Paul's Boutique, in 1989.[5][6] While commercially unsuccessful on release, Paul's Boutique's reputation has grown significantly, with it being calling "the Sgt. Pepper of hip-hop" by Rolling Stone in 2013.[8][9] After Paul's Boutique, Beastie Boys released their next album, Check Your Head, in 1992.[5] More diverse than their previous albums, it was a commercial success and was supported by the singles "Jimmy James", "Pass the Mic", and "So What'cha Want".[5][10][11] Their next album, Ill Communication, topped the charts in the US.[5][11] The music video for the album's lead single, "Sabotage", received extensive play on MTV.[12] In 1995, the group saw a brief return to their hardcore punk roots with the EP Aglio e Olio.[13] The recurrence would be short-lived however, as, in 1998, their next studio album, Hello Nasty, reverted to rap and featured bombastic beats, samples, and more experimentation than their previous albums.[14] Hello Nasty topped the US charts was critically well-received.[11][15] The album, as well as the lead single, "Intergalactic", earned the group two Grammy Awards in 1999.[16] That same year, the group released the two-disc anthology compilation album, The Sounds of Science, containing previously unreleased songs, B-sides, and greatest hits.[17] The compilation was backed by the previously unreleased song, "Alive"; the single reached number eleven on the Billboard's Modern Rock chart.[18]

The group's first studio album in six years, To the 5 Boroughs was released in June 2004.[17] The album was a commercial success,[11] and received positive reviews from critics.[19] The group's next album, the entirely instrumental The Mix-Up, was released in 2007 and earned the group a Grammy Award for Best Pop Instrumental Album in 2008.[16] In 2009, the group announced their next studio album, Hot Sauce Committee, as a two-part album.[20] The first part, Hot Sauce Committee Pt. 1, was scheduled to be released in September 2009 but was delayed after Adam "MCA" Yauch was diagnosed with cancer.[21][22] In 2010, Hot Sauce Committee Pt. 1 was shelved indefinitely and would be replaced by Hot Sauce Committee Pt. 2 in 2011.[23] Released in 2011, Hot Sauce Committee Part Two received critical acclaim[24] and debuted at number two on the Billboard 200.[5][25] The album was supported by the singles, "Lee Majors Come Again", "Too Many Rappers", featuring American rapper Nas, "Don't Play No Game That I Can't Win", featuring American singer Santigold, and "Make Some Noise".[26][27] A year later, on May 4, 2012, Adam Yauch died of cancer.[28] After Yauch's death, Diamond and Horovitz announced that they would be open to making more music.[29] However, in 2014, Diamond announced he and Horovitz ultimately decided they would no longer make music as Beastie Boys out of respect for Yauch.[30]

List[edit]

Picture of American producer Rick Rubin
Rick Rubin signed Beastie Boys to his label Def Jam and co-produced their first album, Licensed to Ill.
Picture of American rapper Joseph Simmons
Picture of American rapper Darryl McDaniels
Joseph Simmons (top) and Darryl McDaniels (bottom) of Run-DMC are co-writers of "Paul Revere" from Licensed to Ill.
Picture of American producer and musician Money Mark
Mark Nishita a.k.a. Money Mark collaborated with Beastie Boys on all their albums from 1992 to 2011.
Picture of American rapper Biz Markie
Picture of American musician Ted Nugent
"The Biz vs. The Nuge", written by Biz Markie (top) and Ted Nugent (bottom), appeared on Check Your Head in 1992.
Picture of American producer Mario Caldato Jr.
Mario Caldato Jr. co-wrote and produced many songs with Beastie Boys throughout the 1990s.
Beastie Boys' cover of "Bennie and the Jets", composed by Bernie Taupin (left) and Elton John (right), was released on Beastie Boys Anthology: The Sounds of Science.
Picture of American singer Santigold
American singer Santigold is a featured artist on "Don't Play No Game That I Can't Win" from Hot Sauce Committee Part Two.
Picture of American rapper Nas
American rapper Nas is a featured artist on "Too Many Rappers" from Hot Sauce Committee Part Two.
Contents
0–9 · A · B · C · D · E · F · G · H · I · J · K · L · M · N · O · P · R · S · T · U · W · Y · Notes · References · Bibliography
Key
Song released as a single Indicates single release
Name of song, writers, original release, producers, and year of release
Song Writers Original release Producer(s) Year Ref.
"14th St. Break" Beastie Boys
Mark Nishita
The Mix-Up Beastie Boys 2007 [31]
"3 the Hard Way" Beastie Boys To the 5 Boroughs Beastie Boys 2004 [32]
"3-Minute Rule" Beastie Boys
Dust Brothers
Paul's Boutique Beastie Boys
Dust Brothers
1989 [33]
"33% God" Beastie Boys
Dust Brothers
Paul's Boutique
(Japanese bonus track)
Beastie Boys
Dust Brothers
1989 [34]
"5-Piece Chicken Dinner" Beastie Boys
Dust Brothers
Paul's Boutique Beastie Boys
Dust Brothers
1989 [33]
"Alive" dagger Beastie Boys Beastie Boys Anthology: The Sounds of Science Beastie Boys
Mario Caldato Jr.
1999 [17]
"All Lifestyles" Beastie Boys To the 5 Boroughs Beastie Boys 2004 [32]
"Alright Hear This" Beastie Boys Ill Communication Beastie Boys
Mario Caldato Jr.
1994 [35]
"An Open Letter to NYC" dagger Beastie Boys To the 5 Boroughs Beastie Boys 2004 [32]
"And Me" Beastie Boys Hello Nasty Beastie Boys
Mario Caldato Jr.
1998 [15]
"Ask for Janice" Beastie Boys
Dust Brothers
Paul's Boutique Mario Caldato Jr. 1989 [33]
"B for My Name" Beastie Boys
Mark Nishita
The Mix-Up Beastie Boys 2007 [31]
"B-Boy Bouillabaisse"[a] Beastie Boys
Dust Brothers
Paul's Boutique Beastie Boys
Dust Brothers
1989 [33]
"B-Boys Makin' with the Freak Freak" Beastie Boys Ill Communication Beastie Boys
Mario Caldato Jr.
1994 [35]
"Beasley Is a Beast" Beastie Boys
Mark Nishita
The Mix-Up Bonus Tracks Beastie Boys 2008 [36]
"Beastie Boys" Beastie Boys
Polly Wog Stew (EP) Beastie Boys
Scott Jarvis
1982 [37]
"Beastie Groove" dagger Beastie Boys
Rick Rubin
Non-album single
B-side to "Rock Hard"
Beastie Boys
Rick Rubin
1984 [38]
"Beastie Revolution" dagger Beastie Boys Non-album single
B-side to "Cooky Puss"
Beastie Boys
Dug Pomeroy
1983 [39]
"Believe Me" Beastie Boys
Amery "AWOL" Smith
Aglio e Olio (EP) Beastie Boys 1995 [40]
"Benny and the Jets" Elton John
Bernie Taupin
Beastie Boys Anthology: The Sounds of Science Beastie Boys
Mario Caldato Jr.
1999 [17]
"The Bill Harper Collection" Beastie Boys Hot Sauce Committee Part Two Beastie Boys 2011 [41]
"The Biz vs. The Nuge" Dr. Marcel Hall
Ted Nugent
Check Your Head Beastie Boys
Mario Caldato Jr.
1992 [42]
"The Blue Nun" Beastie Boys Check Your Head Beastie Boys
Mario Caldato Jr.
1992 [42]
"Bobo on the Corner" Beastie Boys
Money Mark
Eric Bobo
Ill Communication Beastie Boys
Mario Caldato Jr.
1994 [35]
"Bodhisattva Vow" Beastie Boys
Mario Caldato Jr.
Ill Communication Beastie Boys
Mario Caldato Jr.
1994 [35]
"Body Movin'" dagger Beastie Boys
Mario Caldato Jr.
Hello Nasty Beastie Boys
Mario Caldato Jr.
1998 [15]
"Bonus Batter" dagger Beastie Boys Non-album single Beastie Boys
Dug Pomeroy
1983 [43]
"Brand New" Beastie Boys
Amery "AWOL" Smith
Aglio e Olio (EP) Beastie Boys 1995 [40]
"Brass Monkey" dagger Beastie Boys
Rick Rubin
Licensed to Ill Beastie Boys
Rick Rubin
1986 [44]
"The Brouhaha" Beastie Boys To the 5 Boroughs Beastie Boys 2004 [32]
"Car Thief" Beastie Boys
Dust Brothers
Paul's Boutique Beastie Boys
Dust Brothers
1989 [33]
"Ch-Check It Out" dagger Beastie Boys To the 5 Boroughs Beastie Boys 2004 [32]
"Cooky Puss" dagger Beastie Boys Non-album single Beastie Boys
Dug Pomeroy
1983 [43]
"The Cousin of Death" Beastie Boys
Mark Nishita
The Mix-Up Beastie Boys 2007 [31]
"Crawlspace" Beastie Boys To the 5 Boroughs Beastie Boys 2004 [32]
"Crazy Ass Shit" Beastie Boys Hot Sauce Committee Part Two Beastie Boys 2011 [41]
"Deal with It" Beastie Boys
Amery "AWOL" Smith
Aglio e Olio (EP) Beastie Boys 1995 [40]
"Dedication" Beastie Boys
Money Mark
Hello Nasty Beastie Boys
Mario Caldato Jr.
1998 [15]
"Dis Yourself in '89 (Just Do It)" Beastie Boys
Dust Brothers
Paul's Boutique
(Japanese bonus track)
Beastie Boys
Dust Brothers
1989 [34]
"Do It" Beastie Boys
Money Mark
Biz Markie
Mario Caldato Jr.
Ill Communication Beastie Boys
Mario Caldato Jr.
1994 [35]
"Don't Play No Game That I Can't Win" (featuring Santigold) dagger Beastie Boys
Santi White
Hot Sauce Committee Part Two Beastie Boys 2011 [41]
"Dramastically Different" Beastie Boys
Mark Nishita
The Mix-Up Beastie Boys 2007 [31]
"Drunken Praying Mantis Style" dagger Beastie Boys
Mark Nishita
Non-album single
B-side to "Pass the Mic"
Beastie Boys
Mario Caldato Jr.
1992 [45]
"Dr. Lee, PhD" Beastie Boys
Money Mark
Lee "Scratch" Perry
Hello Nasty Beastie Boys
Mario Caldato Jr.
1998 [15]
"Dub the Mic" (Instrumental) dagger Beastie Boys
Mario Caldato Jr.
Non-album single
B-side to "Pass the Mic"
Beastie Boys
Mario Caldato Jr.
1992 [45]
"Egg Man" Beastie Boys
Dust Brothers
Paul's Boutique Beastie Boys
Dust Brothers
1989 [33]
"Egg Raid on Mojo" Beastie Boys
Polly Wog Stew (EP) Beastie Boys
Scott Jarvis
1982 [37]
"Electric Worm" dagger Beastie Boys
Mark Nishita
The Mix-Up Beastie Boys 2007 [31]
"Electrify" Beastie Boys
Mario Caldato Jr.
Hello Nasty Beastie Boys
Mario Caldato Jr.
1998 [15]
"Eugene's Lament" Beastie Boys
Money Mark
Eric Bobo
Eugene Gore
Ill Communication Beastie Boys
Mario Caldato Jr.
1994 [35]
"Fibonacci Sequence" Beastie Boys
Mark Nishita
The Mix-Up Bonus Tracks Beastie Boys 2008 [36]
"Fight for Your Right" dagger Beastie Boys
Rick Rubin
Licensed to Ill Beastie Boys
Rick Rubin
1986 [44]
"Finger Lickin' Good" Beastie Boys
Mario Caldato Jr.
Wendell Fite
Tadone Hill
Check Your Head Beastie Boys
Mario Caldato Jr.
1992 [42]
"Flowin' Prose" Beastie Boys Hello Nasty Beastie Boys
Mario Caldato Jr.
1998 [15]
"Flute Loop" Beastie Boys
Mario Caldato Jr.
Ill Communication Beastie Boys
Mario Caldato Jr.
1994 [35]
"Freaky Hijiki" Beastie Boys
Mark Nishita
The Mix-Up Beastie Boys 2007 [31]
"Funky Boss" Beastie Boys
Mark Nishita
Check Your Head Beastie Boys
Mario Caldato Jr.
1992 [42]
"Funky Donkey" Beastie Boys Hot Sauce Committee Part Two Beastie Boys 2011 [41]
"Futterman's Rule" Beastie Boys
Money Mark
Ill Communication Beastie Boys
Mario Caldato Jr.
1994 [35]
"The Gala Event" Beastie Boys
Mark Nishita
The Mix-Up Beastie Boys 2007 [31]
"Get It Together" dagger Beastie Boys Ill Communication Beastie Boys
Mario Caldato Jr.
1994 [35]
"Girls" dagger Beastie Boys
Rick Rubin
Licensed to Ill Beastie Boys
Rick Rubin
1986 [44]
"The Grasshopper Unit (Keep Movin')" Beastie Boys Hello Nasty Beastie Boys
Mario Caldato Jr.
1998 [15]
"Graditude" dagger Beastie Boys
Tom Cushman
Check Your Head Beastie Boys
Mario Caldato Jr.
1992 [42]
"Groove Holmes" Beastie Boys
Mark Nishita
Check Your Head Beastie Boys
Mario Caldato Jr.
1992 [42]
"Heart Attack Man" Beastie Boys
Amery "AWOL" Smith
Ill Communication Beastie Boys
Mario Caldato Jr.
1994 [35]
"Here's a Little Something for Ya" Beastie Boys Hot Sauce Committee Part Two Beastie Boys 2011 [41]
"Hey Fuck You" Beastie Boys To the 5 Boroughs Beastie Boys 2004 [32]
"Hey Ladies" dagger Beastie Boys
Dust Brothers
Paul's Boutique Beastie Boys
Dust Brothers
1989 [33]
"High Plains Drifter" Beastie Boys
Dust Brothers
Paul's Boutique Beastie Boys
Dust Brothers
1989 [33]
"Hold It Now, Hit It" dagger Beastie Boys
Rick Rubin
Licensed to Ill Beastie Boys
Rick Rubin
1986 [44]
"Holy Snappers" Beastie Boys
Polly Wog Stew (EP) Beastie Boys
Scott Jarvis
1982 [37]
"I Can't Think Straight" Beastie Boys
Amery "AWOL" Smith
Aglio e Olio (EP) Beastie Boys 1995 [40]
"I Don't Know" Beastie Boys Hello Nasty Beastie Boys
Mario Caldato Jr.
1998 [15]
"I Want Some" Beastie Boys
Amery "AWOL" Smith
Aglio e Olio (EP) Beastie Boys 1995 [40]
"In 3's" Beastie Boys
Mark Nishita
Check Your Head Beastie Boys
Mario Caldato Jr.
1992 [42]
"Instant Death" Beastie Boys Hello Nasty Beastie Boys
Mario Caldato Jr.
1998 [15]
"Intergalactic" dagger Beastie Boys
Mario Caldato Jr.
Hello Nasty Beastie Boys
Mario Caldato Jr.
1998 [15]
"It Takes Time to Build" Beastie Boys To the 5 Boroughs Beastie Boys 2004 [32]
"The Jerry Lewis" Beastie Boys Unreleased Matt Dike [46]
"Jimi" Beastie Boys Polly Wog Stew (EP) Beastie Boys
Scott Jarvis
1982 [37]
"Jimmy James" dagger Beastie Boys
Mario Caldato Jr.
Check Your Head Beastie Boys
Mario Caldato Jr.
1992 [42]
"Johnny Ryall" Beastie Boys
Dust Brothers
Paul's Boutique Beastie Boys
Dust Brothers
1989 [33]
"Just a Test" Beastie Boys Hello Nasty Beastie Boys
Mario Caldato Jr.
1998 [15]
"The Kangaroo Rat" Beastie Boys
Mark Nishita
The Mix-Up Beastie Boys 2007 [31]
"The Larry Routine" Beastie Boys Hot Sauce Committee Part Two Beastie Boys 2011 [41]
"Lee Majors Come Again" dagger Beastie Boys Hot Sauce Committee Part Two Beastie Boys 2011 [41]
"Lighten Up" Beastie Boys
Mark Nishita
Check Your Head Beastie Boys
Mario Caldato Jr.
1992 [42]
"The Lisa Lisa / Full Force Routine" Beastie Boys Hot Sauce Committee Part Two Beastie Boys 2011 [41]
"Live at P.J.'s" Beastie Boys
Mark Nishita
Check Your Head Beastie Boys
Mario Caldato Jr.
1992 [42]
"Live Wire" Beastie Boys Beastie Boys Anthology: The Sounds of Science Beastie Boys
Mario Caldato Jr.
1999 [17]
"Long Burn the Fire" Beastie Boys Hot Sauce Committee Part Two Beastie Boys 2011 [41]
"Looking Down the Barrel of a Gun" Beastie Boys
Dust Brothers
Paul's Boutique Beastie Boys
Dust Brothers
1989 [33]
"Ltd" Beastie Boys
Mark Nishita
The Mix-Up Bonus Tracks Beastie Boys 2008 [36]
"The Maestro" Beastie Boys Check Your Head Beastie Boys
Mario Caldato Jr.
1992 [42]
"Make Some Noise" dagger Beastie Boys Hot Sauce Committee Part Two Beastie Boys 2011 [41]
"Mark on the Bus" Mark Nishita Check Your Head Beastie Boys
Mario Caldato Jr.
1992 [42]
"The Melee" Beastie Boys
Mark Nishita
The Mix-Up Beastie Boys 2007 [31]
"Michelle's Farm" Beastie Boys
Polly Wog Stew (EP) Beastie Boys
Scott Jarvis
1982 [37]
"The Mix-Up" Beastie Boys
Mark Nishita
The Mix-Up Bonus Tracks Beastie Boys 2008 [36]
"The Move" Beastie Boys Hello Nasty Beastie Boys
Mario Caldato Jr.
1998 [15]
"Mullet Head" dagger Beastie Boys Non-album single
B-side to "Sure Shot"
Beastie Boys
Mario Caldato Jr.
1994 [47]
"Multilateral Nuclear Disarmament" Beastie Boys Hot Sauce Committee Part Two Beastie Boys 2011 [41]
"Namasté" Beastie Boys
Mark Nishita
Check Your Head Beastie Boys
Mario Caldato Jr.
1992 [42]
"The Negotiation Limerick File" dagger Beastie Boys
Mario Caldato Jr.
Hello Nasty Beastie Boys
Mario Caldato Jr.
1998 [15]
"Nervous Assistant" Beastie Boys
Amery "AWOL" Smith
Aglio e Olio (EP) Beastie Boys 1995 [40]
"Netty's Girl" dagger Beastie Boys
Mark Nishita
Non-album single
B-side to "Pass the Mic"
Beastie Boys
Mario Caldato Jr.
1992 [45]
"The New Style" dagger Beastie Boys
Rick Rubin
Licensed to Ill Beastie Boys
Rick Rubin
1986 [44]
"No Sleep till Brooklyn"[b] dagger Beastie Boys
Rick Rubin
Licensed to Ill Beastie Boys
Rick Rubin
1986 [44]
"Nonstop Disco Powerpack" Beastie Boys Hot Sauce Committee Part Two Beastie Boys 2011 [41]
"Now Get Busy" dagger Beastie Boys The Wired CD Beastie Boys 2004 [49]
"Ode To..." Beastie Boys
Polly Wog Stew (EP) Beastie Boys
Scott Jarvis
1982 [37]
"Oh Word?" Beastie Boys To the 5 Boroughs Beastie Boys 2004 [32]
"Off the Grid" dagger Beastie Boys
Mark Nishita
The Mix-Up Beastie Boys 2007 [31]
"OK" Beastie Boys Hot Sauce Committee Part Two Beastie Boys 2011 [41]
"The Panda Rat" Beastie Boys
Mark Nishita
The Mix-Up Bonus Tracks Beastie Boys 2008 [36]
"Party's Getting Rough" dagger Beastie Boys
Rick Rubin
Non-album single
A-side with "Rock Hard"
Beastie Boys
Rick Rubin
1984 [38]
"Pass the Mic" dagger Beastie Boys
Mario Caldato Jr.
Check Your Head Beastie Boys
Mario Caldato Jr.
1992 [42]
"Paul Revere" dagger Adam Horovitz
Darryl McDaniels
Rick Rubin
Joseph Simmons
Licensed to Ill Beastie Boys
Rick Rubin
1986 [44]
"Picture This" Beastie Boys
Brooke Williams
Hello Nasty Beastie Boys
Mario Caldato Jr.
1998 [15]
"Politickin'" Beastie Boys
Mark Nishita
The Mix-Up Bonus Tracks Beastie Boys 2008 [36]
"Posse in Effect" Beastie Boys
Rick Rubin
Licensed to Ill Beastie Boys
Rick Rubin
1986 [44]
"POW" Beastie Boys
Mark Nishita
Check Your Head Beastie Boys
Mario Caldato Jr.
1992 [42]
"Professor Booty" dagger Beastie Boys
Mario Caldato Jr.
Check Your Head Beastie Boys
Mario Caldato Jr.
1992 [42]
"Putting Shame in Your Game" Beastie Boys Hello Nasty Beastie Boys
Mario Caldato Jr.
1998 [15]
"The Rat Cage" Beastie Boys
Mark Nishita
The Mix-Up Beastie Boys 2007 [31]
"Remote Control" dagger Beastie Boys Hello Nasty Beastie Boys
Mario Caldato Jr.
1998 [15]
"Rhyme the Rhyme Well" Beastie Boys To the 5 Boroughs Beastie Boys 2004 [32]
"Rhymin & Stealin'" Beastie Boys
Rick Rubin
Licensed to Ill Beastie Boys
Rick Rubin
1986 [44]
"Ricky's Theme" Beastie Boys
Money Mark
Eric Bobo
Ill Communication Beastie Boys
Mario Caldato Jr.
1994 [35]
"Right Right Now Now" dagger Beastie Boys To the 5 Boroughs Beastie Boys 2004 [32]
"Riot Fight" Beastie Boys
Polly Wog Stew (EP) Beastie Boys
Scott Jarvis
1982 [37]
"Rock Hard" dagger Beastie Boys
Rick Rubin
Non-album single Beastie Boys
Rick Rubin
1984 [38]
"Root Down" dagger Beastie Boys Ill Communication Beastie Boys
Mario Caldato Jr.
1994 [35]
"Sabotage" dagger Beastie Boys Ill Communication Beastie Boys
Mario Caldato Jr.
1994 [35]
"Sabrosa" Beastie Boys
Money Mark
Ill Communication Beastie Boys
Mario Caldato Jr.
1994 [35]
"Say It" Beastie Boys Hot Sauce Committee Part Two Beastie Boys 2011 [41]
"The Scoop" Beastie Boys
Mario Caldato Jr.
Ill Communication Beastie Boys
Mario Caldato Jr.
1994 [35]
"Shadrach" dagger Beastie Boys
Dust Brothers
Paul's Boutique Beastie Boys
Dust Brothers
1989 [33]
"Shake Your Rump" Beastie Boys
Dust Brothers
Paul's Boutique Beastie Boys
Dust Brothers
1989 [33]
"Shambala" Beastie Boys
Money Mark
Eric Bobo
Tibetan Organization
Ill Communication Beastie Boys
Mario Caldato Jr.
1994 [35]
"Shazam!" Beastie Boys To the 5 Boroughs Beastie Boys 2004 [32]
"She's Crafty" Beastie Boys
Rick Rubin
Licensed to Ill Beastie Boys
Rick Rubin
1986 [44]
"She's on It" dagger Adam Horovitz
Rick Rubin
Non-album single Rick Rubin 1986 [50]
"Slow and Low" dagger Darryl McDaniels
Rick Rubin
Joseph Simmons
Licensed to Ill Beastie Boys
Rick Rubin
1986 [44]
"Slow Ride" Beastie Boys
Rick Rubin
Licensed to Ill Beastie Boys
Rick Rubin
1986 [44]
"Sneakin' Out the Hospital" Beastie Boys Hello Nasty Beastie Boys
Mario Caldato Jr.
1998 [15]
"So What'cha Want" dagger Beastie Boys Check Your Head Beastie Boys
Mario Caldato Jr.
1992 [42]
"Soba Violence" Beastie Boys
Amery "AWOL" Smith
Aglio e Olio (EP; Japanese edition only) Beastie Boys 1996 [51]
"Something's Got to Give" Beastie Boys
Mario Caldato Jr.
Mark Nishita
Check Your Head Beastie Boys
Mario Caldato Jr.
1992 [42]
"Son of Neck Bone" dagger Beastie Boys
Eric Bobo
Mark Nishita
Non-album single
B-side to "Sure Shot"
Beastie Boys
Mario Caldato Jr.
1994 [47]
"Song for Junior" Beastie Boys
Eric Bobo
Money Mark
Jill Cunniff
Hello Nasty Beastie Boys
Mario Caldato Jr.
1998 [15]
"Song for the Man" Beastie Boys Hello Nasty Beastie Boys
Mario Caldato Jr.
1998 [15]
"The Sounds of Science" Beastie Boys
Dust Brothers
Paul's Boutique Beastie Boys
Dust Brothers
1989 [33]
"Square Wave in Unison" Beastie Boys
Amery "AWOL" Smith
Aglio e Olio (EP) Beastie Boys 1995 [40]
"Stand Together" Beastie Boys
Mario Caldato Jr.
Check Your Head Beastie Boys
Mario Caldato Jr.
1992 [42]
"Suco de Tangerina" Beastie Boys
Mark Nishita
The Mix-Up Beastie Boys 2007 [31]
"Super Disco Breakin'" Beastie Boys Hello Nasty Beastie Boys
Mario Caldato Jr.
1998 [15]
"Sure Shot" Beastie Boys
DJ Hurricane
Mario Caldato Jr.
Ill Communication Beastie Boys
Mario Caldato Jr.
1994 [35]
"Tadlock's Glasses" Beastie Boys Hot Sauce Committee Part Two Beastie Boys 2011 [41]
"That's It That's All" Beastie Boys To the 5 Boroughs Beastie Boys 2004 [32]
"Three MC's and One DJ" dagger Beastie Boys
Wendell Fite
Mike Schwartz
Hello Nasty Beastie Boys
Mario Caldato Jr.
1998 [15]
"Time for Livin'" Sylvester Stewart
Frontline
Check Your Head Beastie Boys
Mario Caldato Jr.
1992 [42]
"Time to Get Ill" Beastie Boys
Rick Rubin
Licensed to Ill Beastie Boys
Rick Rubin
1986 [44]
"To All the Girls" Beastie Boys
Dust Brothers
Paul's Boutique Beastie Boys
Dust Brothers
1989 [33]
"Too Many Rappers" (New Reactionaries version; featuring Nas) dagger Beastie Boys
Nasir Jones
Hot Sauce Committee Part Two Beastie Boys 2011 [41]
"Tough Guy" Beastie Boys
Amery "AWOL" Smith
Ill Communication Beastie Boys
Mario Caldato Jr.
1994 [35]
"Transit Cop" Beastie Boys
Polly Wog Stew (EP) Beastie Boys
Scott Jarvis
1982 [37]
"Transitions" Beastie Boys
Money Mark
Ill Communication Beastie Boys
Mario Caldato Jr.
1994 [35]
"Triple Trouble" dagger Beastie Boys To the 5 Boroughs Beastie Boys 2004 [32]
"Twenty Questions" Beastie Boys Beastie Boys Anthology: The Sounds of Science Beastie Boys
Mario Caldato Jr.
1999 [17]
"Unite" Beastie Boys Hello Nasty Beastie Boys
Mario Caldato Jr.
1998 [15]
"The Update" Beastie Boys
Mario Caldato Jr.
Money Mark
Ill Communication Beastie Boys
Mario Caldato Jr.
1994 [35]
"The Vibes" dagger Beastie Boys
Mark Nishita
Non-album single
B-side to "Sure Shot"
Beastie Boys
Mario Caldato Jr.
1994 [47]
"We Got The" Beastie Boys To the 5 Boroughs Beastie Boys 2004 [32]
"What Comes Around" Beastie Boys
Dust Brothers
Paul's Boutique Beastie Boys
Dust Brothers
1989 [33]
"You Catch a Bad One" Beastie Boys
Amery "AWOL" Smith
Aglio e Olio (EP) Beastie Boys 1995 [40]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Track is split into sections: a) "59 Chrystie Street" b) "Get on the Mic" c) "Stop That Train" d) "A Year and a Day" e) "Hello Brooklyn" f) "Dropping Names" g) "Lay It on Me" h) "Mike on the Mic" i) "A.W.O.L."[33]
  2. ^ Kerry King of Slayer plays the guitar solo in the song".[48]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Zwickel 2011, p. 14.
  2. ^ Zwickel 2011, pp. 15, 16.
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