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Too much filler just as Check Your Head. Those instrumental funk tunes borders on being embarrassing. They really were mediocre instrumentalists.
B-Boys Makin' With The Ill Communication
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If it's gonna be that kind of party, I'm gonna stick my dick in the mash potatoes
I wore the tape out!
Definitely one of me favs of theirs...t7b
soundtrack to my childhood.
HOLY SHIT GREAT ALBUM GREAT ALBUM
Really dig the eclecticism here.
@venividivicious - "Too many instrumentals"? Nonsense. Brilliant album.
This album is really good, I like so much!!
gran Album !
Heart Attack Man is one of my favourite Beasties' tracks
The Beasties are as solid as ever...not as good as Paul's or Check though, I think there a few too many instrumentals...@johnnydepth76: The punk, especially Heart Attack Man, make this album for me!
I always thought the man on the album cover looked like Gorilla Monsoon.
Memories galore with this album. Though I could do without the punk excursions, the funk and jazz more than made up for it. This is a great album.
Free Death Set download track! http://soundcloud.com/ninja-tune/the-death-set-yo-david-chase-cassettes
Very good album,like the diversification in it
Check this out! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IlX6ClGXtXY - The Death Set
fucking cool album
Best album ever 
Best album ever
1994? Why the hell didn't I listen to this album when it came out? The horror ... the horror.
milestone of my youth :)
not enough hip hop.
the only hip hop album i've ever really liked
this definitely IS tha phunky shit...best bb album imo
fuckin love em
best album EVER!
The illest white boys...
Such a great album, this reminds me of skipping school to play disc golf.
How can it be that Sure Shot has the duration of 23:25 on my record?
This album was their pinnacle (imho)
2nd best record after check your head... fuckin dope as hell
turn the bass up........WOAH!!!
This album got me way into Jimmy Smith.
This has a much wider range than their first album Licenced To Ill, the beats sound better, there's some punk thrown in, and the songs are more than just a looping beat and a sample from a Led Zeppelin song.
I didn't appreciate it as a young person buying it expecting another Liscense To Ill.
But damn am I into it now.