Beastie Boys exclusive interview on

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  1. Marlat


    Sep 17, 2002
    London UK
    From: Music Industry News Network

    Beastie Boys Talk Exclusively To About Their New Album And Debut Rare Concert Performances

    MusicDish Network Sponsor today announced that in anticipation of the June 15 release of their long-awaited new album, "To The 5 Boroughs," Capitol Records recording artists, Beastie Boys, conducted an exclusive on-camera interview with music editor, Jason Verlinde. The interview and additional bonus material are available beginning today to music fans who pre-order the new album on

    The exclusive, 10 minute interview was conducted in New York City at Beastie Boys' downtown New York studio several weeks ago. Beastie Boys -- alternately sarcastic and serious -- riff on topics ranging from September 11's impact on the album, to their tongue-in-cheek passion for sub sandwiches (with extra lettuce), to their feelings about the upcoming Presidential race. This rare interview, which is one of only a handful the band will conduct in support of the album, provides an opportunity to observe the bands' unique chemistry and ironic sense of humor.

    Fans who pre-order "To The 5 Boroughs" on beginning today will also be given immediate access, via video stream, to the music videos for "Ch-Check It Out" and two previously unavailable live concert performances--"Sure Shot" and "Super Disco Breakin"--recorded live in Glasgow, Scotland on the 1998-1999 "Hello Nasty" tour.

    "The Beastie Boys interview reflects the eclectic tone of the new album, which includes a diverse array of material from party songs to politically-themed tracks," said Jason Verlinde, senior music editor.