Beastie Boys offer extensive package for National Record Store Day’s ‘Back to Black’
It comes without saying that the Beastie Boys have intensely dedicated fans. After all, the hip-hop trio are hilarious, and they’ve kicked out catchy, witty, rap-rock anthems since the early-‘80s, from “Fight for Your Right” to “No Sleep ‘till Brooklyn” to “Sabotage.”
Now, the guys are releasing a special, deluxe edition of their latest album, Hot Sauce committee Part Two, on Black Friday via National Record Stores Day’s “Back to Black” Black Friday promotion, and the release has plenty of bells and whistles. Find the details, below. For a list of local stores that participate in National Record Store day promotions, such as this one, visit the event’s official website.
National Record Store Day’s Black Friday “Back to Black” event offers plenty of ear-watering releases, available exclusively at your local record shop on Black Friday (Nov. 25). While the always-stellar folks behind National Record Store Day make it clear that not all stores will stock all items offered during their promotions, there’s a good chance you’ll find a broad range of options locally. Check out details on the Beastie Boys release, below.
Black Friday Find: Beastie Boys, Hot Sauce Committee Part Two, deluxe edition.
This mega collection features Blu-Ray and DVD versions of the entire album, plus all of the remixes mixed in stereo and 5.1 surround sound audio. It also includes both long and short versions of the star-studded, Fight for Your Right Revisited, video and the Spike Jonze directed thriller, Don’t Play No Game That I Can’t Win. Add to that a hardback 130-plus page book with exclusive behind-the-scenes photos of the making of, Fight for Your Right Revisited, and the official Beastie Boys T-shirt, and you have one beastly package. The pre-sale crop of these packages sold out quickly on the Boys’ website, so act fast.
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