History Trivia / BeastieBoys

8th Nov '16 11:02:04 AM thelivingtoad
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** Schellenbach was [[ExecutiveMeddling forced out of the band by Rubin]] - She has [http://nymag.com/arts/popmusic/features/beastie-boys-2011-5/index2.html gone on record] saying that he acted incredibly sexist to her and refused to allow her either to rap or continue as their drummer, believing that it didn't fit with his personal concept of the group. She remained friends with the rest of the band and later became the drummer for the '90s alt-rock band Luscious Jackson, one of the first signees to the Beasties' Grand Royal label.

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** Schellenbach was [[ExecutiveMeddling forced out of the band by Rubin]] - She has [http://nymag.[[http://nymag.com/arts/popmusic/features/beastie-boys-2011-5/index2.html gone on record] record]] saying that he acted incredibly sexist to her and refused to allow her either to rap or continue as their drummer, believing that it didn't fit with his personal concept of the group. She remained friends with the rest of the band and later became the drummer for the '90s alt-rock band Luscious Jackson, one of the first signees to the Beasties' Grand Royal label.
8th Nov '16 11:01:52 AM thelivingtoad
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** Schellenbach was forced out of the band by Rubin - she didn't like him and he refused to allow her either to rap or continue as their drummer, believing that it didn't fit with his personal concept of the group. She remained friends with the rest of the band and later became the drummer for the '90s alt-rock band Luscious Jackson, one of the first signees to the Beasties' Grand Royal label.

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** Schellenbach was [[ExecutiveMeddling forced out of the band by Rubin Rubin]] - she didn't like him She has [http://nymag.com/arts/popmusic/features/beastie-boys-2011-5/index2.html gone on record] saying that he acted incredibly sexist to her and he refused to allow her either to rap or continue as their drummer, believing that it didn't fit with his personal concept of the group. She remained friends with the rest of the band and later became the drummer for the '90s alt-rock band Luscious Jackson, one of the first signees to the Beasties' Grand Royal label.
8th Nov '16 10:59:02 AM thelivingtoad
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** Schellenbach was forced out of the band by Rubin - she didn't like him and he refused to allow her either to rap or continue as their drummer, believing that it didn't fit with his personal concept of the group. She remained friends with the rest of the band and later became the drummer for the '90s alt-rock band Luscious Jackson, one of the first signees to the Beasties' Grand Royal label.
28th Oct '16 4:06:11 PM LondonKdS
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* OfficialFanSubmittedContent: The live DVD ''Awesome:I Fuckin' Shot That'' was created by giving fans at a show camcorders and cutting together the best footage.
25th Jul '16 1:08:16 PM Kitch
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* ReferencedBy: In the rebooted ''Film/StarTrek'' universe, the Beastie Boys are James T. Kirk's favorite music. Their music is considered "classical" in the 23rd century according to ''Film/StarTrekBeyond''; the InUniverse CulturalOsmosis goes to the point that even ''Spock'' recognizes it as such.

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* ReferencedBy: In the rebooted ''Film/StarTrek'' universe, the Beastie Boys are James T. Kirk's favorite music. Their music is considered "classical" in the 23rd century according to ''Film/StarTrekBeyond''; the InUniverse CulturalOsmosis PopCulturalOsmosis goes to the point that even ''Spock'' recognizes it as such.
25th Jul '16 1:07:50 PM Kitch
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* ReferencedBy: In the rebooted ''Film/StarTrek'' universe, the Beastie Boys are James T. Kirk's favorite music. Their music is considered "classical" in the 23rd century according to ''Film/StarTrekBeyond''.

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* ReferencedBy: In the rebooted ''Film/StarTrek'' universe, the Beastie Boys are James T. Kirk's favorite music. Their music is considered "classical" in the 23rd century according to ''Film/StarTrekBeyond''.''Film/StarTrekBeyond''; the InUniverse CulturalOsmosis goes to the point that even ''Spock'' recognizes it as such.
25th Jul '16 1:06:31 PM Kitch
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* ReferencedBy: In the rebooted ''Film/StarTrek'' universe, the Beastie Boys are James T. Kirk's favorite music. Their music is considered "classical" in the 23rd century according to ''Film/StarTrekBeyond.

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* ReferencedBy: In the rebooted ''Film/StarTrek'' universe, the Beastie Boys are James T. Kirk's favorite music. Their music is considered "classical" in the 23rd century according to ''Film/StarTrekBeyond.''Film/StarTrekBeyond''.
25th Jul '16 1:05:24 PM Kitch
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* ReferencedBy: In ''Film/StarTrekBeyond'', the Beastie Boys' music is considered "classical" in the 23rd century. The group also appears in ''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}'' as preserved heads (before MCA's real-life death) that are still performing.

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* ReferencedBy: In ''Film/StarTrekBeyond'', the rebooted ''Film/StarTrek'' universe, the Beastie Boys' Boys are James T. Kirk's favorite music. Their music is considered "classical" in the 23rd century. century according to ''Film/StarTrekBeyond.
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The group also appears in ''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}'' as preserved heads (before MCA's real-life death) that are still performing.
24th Jul '16 11:59:36 PM Kitch
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* ReferencedBy: In ''Film/StarTrekBeyond'', the Beastie Boys' music is considered "classical" in the 23rd century. The group also appears in ''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}'' as preserved heads (before MCA's real-life death) that are still performing.



* ReferencedBy: In ''Film/StarTrekBeyond'', the Beastie Boys' music is considered "classical" in the 23rd century. The group also appears in ''Series/{{Futurama}}'' as preserved heads (before MCA's real-life death) that are still performing.
24th Jul '16 12:51:18 PM Kitch
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* ReferencedBy: In ''Film/StarTrekBeyond'', the Beastie Bous' music will be considered "classical" in the 23rd century. The group also appears in ''Series/{{Futurama}}'' as preserved heads (before MCA's real-life death) that are still performing.

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* ReferencedBy: In ''Film/StarTrekBeyond'', the Beastie Bous' Boys' music will be is considered "classical" in the 23rd century. The group also appears in ''Series/{{Futurama}}'' as preserved heads (before MCA's real-life death) that are still performing.
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