Root Down EP, Import
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1. Root Down (Free Zone Mix): A good mix of a good song, what can I say? 2. Root Down: The originial, one of my faves. 3. Root Down (PP Balloon Mix): Kind of sounds a little like Track One, but it's still awesome. 4. Time To Get Ill (Live): It's a really good track, but not as good as the album version. 5. Heart Attack Man (Live): Great great great! But the album version is better. 6. The Maestro (Live): A four star song on a five star album. 7. Sabrosa (Live): My least favorite on the album. It's instrumental and kind of boring. 8. Flute Loop (Live): Probably my favorite on the album. Flute Loop is one helluva song and the live version was also great. 9. Time For Livin (Live): Awwwwesome! I love B-Boy punk. 10. Something's Got To Give (Live): So-so. HIDDEN TRACK. So Watcha Want? (Isreal Version): It's a hidden track. After Track Ten ends, keep listening. At about 4:25 it starts. It's only about 30 seconds long, but good.
So, 4 all of you out there wondering what CD you would want to purchase, THIS ALBUM IS IT!!!
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
Huge Beastie Boys fan here. But I ignored this in 1995, and wanted to catch up on what I may have missed out on. Turns out, not much at all. Read morePublished on August 17, 2013 by BigFatBlackLady
The CD works great but the case was cracked. It is not a big deal because I didn't pay that much for it, but it was a little disappointing.Published on April 28, 2011 by Brad
Ordered Root Down Vinyl from this seller. Got a CD single instead. Why on earth would I pay $4 for one song on a CD?!Published on November 20, 2010 by massie1999
The Root Down remixes themselves are nothing inherently worth repeatedly listening to, although tack on some rather energetic live cuts off of multiple albums and... Read more
if you can find this for a cheaper price, its worth getting, especially for a hardcore beasties fan. Read morePublished on October 26, 2006
Like always the B-boys deliver. However, the small number of songs and numerous versions of root down makes it come up short. It leaves you waiting and waiting for more. Read morePublished on April 19, 2006 by GreaterReader