History Trivia / BeastieBoys

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.
24th Jul '16 12:50:49 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.
17th Mar '16 10:53:12 AM MikeK
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** The original idea behind the sessions that led to ''Aglio E Olio'' was to write and record few songs in the HardcorePunk genre to include on what was to become ''Hello Nasty'', much like how the previous two albums included some brief throwbacks to their earlier sound. They ended up coming up with more songs than planned, so rather than throw any out or leave them for {{B Side}}s, they split all the hardcore songs into a separate EP. Though ''Hello Nasty'' has its moments of Main/GenreRoulette, it's still kind of hard to imagine any of the ''Aglio E Olio'' material fitting in.

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** The original idea behind the self-produced full-band sessions that led to ''Aglio E Olio'' was to write and record a few short songs in the HardcorePunk genre to include on what was to become ''Hello Nasty'', much like how the previous two albums included some brief throwbacks to their earlier sound. They ended up coming up with more songs than planned, so rather than throw any out or leave them for {{B Side}}s, they split all the hardcore songs into a separate EP. Though ''Hello Nasty'' has its moments of Main/GenreRoulette, it's still kind of hard to imagine any of the ''Aglio E Olio'' material fitting in.
4th Sep '15 8:55:36 AM MikeK
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** The original idea behind the sessions that led to ''Aglio E Olio'' was to write and record few songs in the HardcorePunk genre to include on what was to become ''Hello Nasty'', much like how the previous two albums included some brief throwbacks to their earlier sound. They ended up coming up with more songs than planned, so rather than throw any out or leave them for {{B Side}}s, they split all the hardcore songs into a separate EP. It is a little hard to imagine these songs fitting in on that album.

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** The original idea behind the sessions that led to ''Aglio E Olio'' was to write and record few songs in the HardcorePunk genre to include on what was to become ''Hello Nasty'', much like how the previous two albums included some brief throwbacks to their earlier sound. They ended up coming up with more songs than planned, so rather than throw any out or leave them for {{B Side}}s, they split all the hardcore songs into a separate EP. It is a little Though ''Hello Nasty'' has its moments of Main/GenreRoulette, it's still kind of hard to imagine these songs any of the ''Aglio E Olio'' material fitting in on that album.in.
11th Aug '15 1:51:38 PM MikeK
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** The original idea behind the sessions that lead to ''Aglio E Olio'' was to write and record few songs in the HardcorePunk genre to include on what was to become ''Hello Nasty'', much like how the previous two albums included some brief throwbacks to their earlier sound. They ended up coming up with more songs than planned, so rather than throw any out or leave them for {{B Side}}s, they split all the hardcore songs into a separate EP. It is a little hard to imagine these songs fitting in on that album.

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** The original idea behind the sessions that lead led to ''Aglio E Olio'' was to write and record few songs in the HardcorePunk genre to include on what was to become ''Hello Nasty'', much like how the previous two albums included some brief throwbacks to their earlier sound. They ended up coming up with more songs than planned, so rather than throw any out or leave them for {{B Side}}s, they split all the hardcore songs into a separate EP. It is a little hard to imagine these songs fitting in on that album.
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