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Beasties take on Bush on new CD
The Beastie Boys mix partying and politics on their upcoming album “To the 5 Boroughs,” the rap group’s first album since 1998’s “Hello Nasty,” Billboard reports.
The 15-track album, due for release this summer, is politically charged with critiques of U.S. President George Bush and U.S. foreign policy.
However, the Beasties trademark humour remains intact, with references to the likes of Herman Munster, Jabba the Hut, Foghorn Leghorn and “Three’s Company” landlord Mr. Furley.
The album, which features many programmed backing tracks and only a few songs using live instrumentation, will be preceded by the single “Ch-Check It Out.”
The Beasties are expected to tour in support of the new album. They have already confirmed August 7-8 performances at the Summer Sonic Festival in Japan.