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Licensed to Ill

Licensed to Ill

1989 debut studio album by Beastie Boys
Licensed to Ill is the debut studio album by the American hip hop group Beastie Boys. It was released on November 15, 1986, by Def Jam and Columbia Records.Wikipedia
GenrePop/Rock, Golden Age, Rap, East Coast Rap, Rap-Rock
Release DateNovember 15, 1986
ArtistBeastie Boys
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Tracklist

  • 1Rhymin & StealinBeastie Boys4:08
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  • 2New StyleBeastie Boys4:35
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  • 3She's CraftyBeastie Boys3:35
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  • 4Posse in EffectBeastie Boys2:26
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  • 5Slow RideBeastie Boys2:56
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  • 6GirlsBeastie Boys2:14
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  • 7(You Gotta) Fight for Your Right (To Party)Beastie Boys3:27
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  • 8No Sleep Till BrooklynBeastie Boys4:06
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  • 9Paul RevereBeastie Boys3:40
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  • 10Hold It Now, Hit ItBeastie Boys3:26
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  • 11Brass MonkeyBeastie Boys2:37
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  • 12Slow and LowBeastie Boys3:38
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  • 13Time to Get IllBeastie Boys3:37
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