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The Beastie Boys are a one of a kind group with a sound original to them. Famous for years, this band has managed to keep their fan base happy even as music tastes continually change. Learn more about one of your favorite bands with some old school songs that bring back memories of the good old 1990's.

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  • Fight For Your Right Revisited, directed by the band's own Adam Yauch, unveils an epic tale featuring Beastie Boys of the past, present and future for the world to see.

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Guns N' Roses, Beastie Boys To Headline 2012 Rock And Roll HOF Class

The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame is about take a trip to Paradise City - with one scheduled trip through Brooklyn. Entertainment Weekly and the Associated Press reported this morning that rockers Guns N' Roses and rap pioneers the Beastie Boys will headline the 2012 Hall of Fame class welcomed among music history's immortal legends on April 14 in Cleveland. They'll be joined by funk-rock quartet the Red Hot Chili Peppers, singer-songwriter Donovan, late songwriter Laura Nyro and the Faces, the British group whose membership includes past inductees Rod Stewart and Rolling Stones guitarist Ronnie Wood.

Watch the Beastie Boys' Epic New Video 'Don't Play No Game That I Can't Win'

You might not recognize Spike Jonze on sight, but you would recognize his work: not only has he directed some fantastic feature films such as "Where the Wild Things Are" and "Being John Malkovich," but he has also directed some of music most famous (and most creative) music videos. He's done videos for Björk, Weezer, Tenacious D, and many others, but he might be most famous for directing the "Sabotage" video for the Beastie Boys. Well, Spike and the Boys have teamed up once again for another epic video, but this time the Beastie Boys aren't in it at all.

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