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BEASTIE BOYS HOT SAUCE COMMITTEE PART TWO IN STORES NOW

Hot Sauce Committee Part Two was produced by Beastie Boys and mixed by Philippe Zdar. The new record marks Mike "Mike D" Diamond, Adam "Ad Rock" Horovitz and Adam "MCA" Yauch's first full length effort since 2007's Grammy-winning all-instrumental The Mix-Up.

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  • Audio CD (April 2, 1996)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Capitol
  • ASIN: B000002TXM
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (87 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #57,432 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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American bands have never gotten in the habit of their British counterparts, who tend to release lots of extended singles filled out with not-meant-for-prime-time experimentations. If the Beasties had gotten into that habit, this would be their B-side compendium: a dozen instrumental tracks showing off their groovier side, complete with plenty of wah peddle on the guitar and prominence given to frequent Beastie collaborators "Money" Mark Nishita (keyboards) and Eric Bobo (percussion). It's tough to believe that the same band is responsible for this and the Aglio e Olio EP, but it goes a long way in explaining how they've remained viable for so long. --Randy Silver

Customer Reviews

This is a great CD for anyone, any mood, any time, anywhere.
Joel England
Even if you don't like the Beastie Boys, you should check out this album.
J. A. Fielder
This and the newer album, "The Mix Up", are great repeat listening fare.
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38 of 40 people found the following review helpful By Chris Peters on April 17, 2002
Format: Audio CD
My cousin said it best: "This is the perfect album. You can play it for any occasion. It's got soul if you just want to hang with your friends and talk, it's got groove if you want to put it on during a hoppin party, and it's got funk if you want to be alone with your girl in the bedroom. I play this disc more than any other." Amen, cous.
"In Sound" is a album of all instrumental music from the Beastie Boys. Part funk, part bluesy jazz, and part Beasties experimentation, it's all good. There's a track with some Tibetan monk chanting, some vaguely Zepplin tracks, and mostly funky hip-hop. It's got this "secret recording" feeling to it, because the album seemed to slip under the radar of many beastie fans. I was suprised at the musicianship of these guys, as its way better than anything they've done before. Check it.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By fetish_2000 on March 29, 2004
Format: Audio CD
An Album that was released only in France via their Beastie Boys club, finally gets to play to a wider audience. This is a purely instrumental album that culls some of the dynamic instrumentation & Stylistic diversity found on the Beastie's albums (especially "Paul's Boutique" & "Check your Head" albums). In actual fact, there's very little in the way of traditional Hip-Hop to be found here, as Gritty Funk and loose soul grooves make up much of the running order here. If most Hip-Hop acts could put together something as Elaborately funky or as jazzily sophisticated as "Namaste", "Groove Holmes" or "Rickys Theme" more people would seek out instrumental versions of their favourite albums. This bear in mind is all the more impressive by the fact that the beastie boys actually play their own instruments (one would assume with the help of session players). For people that like funk/ Groovy Soul or actually occasionally purchase instrumental albums, this purchase is a no brainer....because it's a fantastically realised album showing the beastie boys albums were built on a strong sonic foundation. For those unsure (like I was for a brief period before contemplating buying this) dig out your old beastie boys records (more specifically "Paul's Boutique / Check your Head"),and listen to some of your favourite tracks.....could you handle listening to them without the vocals???, your answer should make the decision as to whether or not to buy the album much easier.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By John Dennett on February 5, 2001
Format: Audio CD
Amaze your non-Beastie fan friends with this one -- not a rapper to be found anywhere (well, at least not with a mic in his hand)!
This tremendous disc compiles the various funk- and jazz- inspired grooves that crept onto the Beasties' releases starting around "Check Your Head". These are uniformly inspired tracks -- no filler here -- as each benefits in one way or another from the significant talents of Money Mark, Eric Bobo, and Mario Caldato, Jr.
Unlike most compilations, the tracks hang together so well here that you'd think you were listening to a reissue from some forgotten jazz/funk masters from the Seventies -- a joke which is not lost on the Boys from the look of its great faux vintage "sleeve" art.
A real (fake) rare groove treat!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Moondog on April 29, 2000
Format: Audio CD
A friend of mine said "this kind of music makes you feel supa-cool just listening to it". It does, who da thunk dirty funk from the old B-boys? You can always feel the groove ability they have on thier more mainstream albums, but I didn't know they had instrumental ability. These songs have the click, structure, feel, and clarity of smoke-filled studio room jazz funk. Each song cycling and varying around a smooth, kool repeating theme of its own. Some songs do flow into a jam feel. Its a fine cd, the songs are short, but I think thats what the boys were going for...old school defined jazz on the dirty funk tip, not out of control, just kool and funky.
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12 of 16 people found the following review helpful By mark harlan on March 16, 2005
Format: Audio CD
from the start you should know that i essentially hate the beastie boys -- they started out when i was a college dj in the 80's and i thought of them then as i do now ... they're a joke that i *do* get, i just don't think it's funny ... not to mention that the last thing i want is a bunch of rich white kids rappin' at me ... but in some ways i guess my hatred of them makes this review even more sincere ...

this album, however, is a jewel.

money mark is all over this thing like white on rice and it just oozes funky coolness. you could say it sounds a little like if curtis mayfield had done porn soundtracks in the 70's. smooth, funky, cool with a nice soulful edge. completists will buy it anyway, but if you dig instrumental grooves, this disc is a must-have.

also, i saw a recommendation for the perrey and kingsley album of the same title ("in addition to this cd") -- THAT would be a mistake. this album is only about 100 times better than that one, and although i guess you could say that it pays some sort of homage -- the burps bleeps and blats on that thing are not nearly as cool as what the beasties have here.

if only more of their records were like this ...
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Timothy Reiter on December 6, 1999
Format: Audio CD
This album is a must have for lovers of the Beastie Boys and those familiar only with their radio hits alike. If you love the Beastie Boys, this will confirm for you what you know-they are an unbelievable musical talent. If you only know "Fight For Your Right" and "Intergallactic" from the radio, get this album! Your ideas and preconceptions of the Beasties will disappear! It is an awesome acoustic sound experience.
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