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Hot Sauce Committee Part Two [Explicit]

2 May 2011 | Format: MP3

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Product details

  • Original Release Date: 29 April 2011
  • Release Date: 2 May 2011
  • Label: Capitol Records (new release)
  • Copyright: (C) 2011 Capitol Records, LLC and Beastie Boys
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  • Total Length: 44:06
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  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • ASIN: B004VUSBN8
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (28 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 16,696 in Albums (See Top 100 in Albums)

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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By AL on 7 May 2011
Format: Audio CD
Well, i don't know what else i can say, that has not been said in previous reviews.

This album is excellent, if you like the Beasties, you will really like this.

I love the way some of the music samples have been distorted, cut, transformed and altered as you can tell the Boys have been experimenting with sound, This fits in perfectly into the old school funky grooves. I personally have not heard stuff like this since maybe early Beck - Odelay springs to mind ,(another ground breaking album) yet it remains different and fresh sounding, when i first of all heard the intro's to "Too many rappers" and "Say it", i was blown away!

Some people moan that the Boys have distorted the sound and pitch of their voices on some tracks, I don't mind this as it creates an old Electro feel.

Just get out there and buy it !!!
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25 of 27 people found the following review helpful By nin/ja77 on 2 May 2011
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The Beastie Boys return with album number eight, their first in four years since the under rated instrumental only album "The Mix-Up", so this is their first material with vocals since 2004's "To The Five Boroughs". I'm Glad to say it's vintage Beasties featuring all the trademarks of what makes them great. "Hot Sauce Committee Part Two" which is really part one!(If you know how The Beastie Boys like to wind up the press you'll understand) was supposed to be released in 2009 until MCA(adam yauch/Nathanial Hörnblowér)was diagnosed with cancer of the parotid gland so of course it was understandable to put the album on hold till he made a recovery.

"Hot Sauce Committee Part Two" is full of classic Beastie Boys tunes, from opening track "Make Some Noise" which is vintage Beastie Boys as the three MC's Rap and rhyme over some beats. It's an early calling card to say they are back! The track "Ok" is a funk filled track that is as catchy as anything they have done. There is reggae on the track "Don't Play No Game That I Can't Win" which features American singer Santigold who's performed with a who's who of acts recently from David Byrne to M.I.A. Speaking of collaborations rapper Nas features on the track "Too Many Rappers" it might not be as good as their collaboration with Q-Tip("Get It Together") on "Ill Communication" but's it's still a great collaboration as they rap over a big beat, and is better than the original version they released back in 2009..
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Stella Carrier on 1 Jun. 2011
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"Hot Sauce Committee Part 2" by the Beastie Boys is a crafty blend of rock and hip-hop. Many of the songs on the cd are high-pulse and have some good beats. My two favorite songs on this cd are "Make Some Noise" and "Say It". "Make Some Noise" sends a strong message about making your voice heard and being outspoken. "Say It" is a musical track that is related to the message of "Make Some Noise" that communicates speaking your truth except with even more assertiveness. What I also like about this collection is that the songs on the cd blend seamlessly well together. Those who enjoy the song "Sure Shot" by the Beastie Boys are the most likely to enjoy "Hot Sauce Committe Part 2" (because this "Hot Sauce" album has the same spirit of the "Sure Shot" song).
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Mr. A. J. Skelton on 26 May 2011
Format: Audio CD
...To be fair I was never a big hip hop listener but as time has gone on less and less of it means much to me and frequently get's turfed out of the record collection...one of the exceptions are the Beastie boys but as there influences and sounds can range from hardcore punk,funk....there's even been some country sampled in the past..they have always maintained an interest.
This album is however more a straightforward 'hip hop' album..sure rock elements etc can be found but ultimately it's in the vein of maybe 'Hello Nasty' or maybe a more satisfying version of the last CD.
It's a fun sound,very bright and I found it instantly likeable and more I have returned to it since the initial flurry of plays.
I'm not sure if it's their best but that's academic in my mind 'Check your head' takes that position but that's a different sound really and as such unfair to compare...whatever..a fine album and a positive return.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Mr. Russell C. Witheyman on 6 May 2011
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It's been a long wait for "Hot sauce committee" The Beastie Boys first vocal album for some 7 yrs or so, due to be released last year the album was put on hold while MCA (Adam yauch) received treatment for cancer,thankfully, although not in the clear completely, Yauch's health has improved dramatically in the last few months, enough to promote the album, though a tour remains off the cards at present due to his recovery.

For long time Beastie fans this album will sound like a breath of fresh air and an antidote for the most part to the sad state that passes for hip hop these days. The Beasties rhythms and rhymes sound like they just left a party in 1990 but a 21st century polish permeates the tracks making them sound as completely relevant in 2011 as they did back in the 80's and 90's.

Whilst "Hot sauce committee" won't trouble the likes of "Check your head" and "Ill Communication" in the classic stakes it's still an extremely enjoyable album, certainly stronger than the guys last album (2004's "To the five boroughs")though stronger in the first half than the 2nd the quality never lets up, only slipping slightly on a couple of tracks that sound a bit half baked.

Best tracks are the awesome first single 'Make some noise" "Non stop disco powerpack" "Too many rappers" ft Nas and the powerhouse that is "Say it" As per usual the guys dabble with punk ( though less so than on previous albums) and "Lee majors" is probably the best punk track they've done since "Sabotage" The Santigold collaboration dabbles with Reggae but sounds more like a Santigold track than a Beastie Boys one and is the one track that seems out of place here.
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