Sunday, February 24, 2008

Her Final Decision is Perfection and Precision

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The other day I'm watching some dumb VH1 show, "Music Videos That Rocked The World" or something, and they were talking about the Beastie Boys' "Fight For Your Right" video: how important it was for the band because it was their first video, and how it was going to establish the image of the Beastie Boys with the MTV audience, and blah blah blah. And I'm thinking to myself, "Whaddya mean, 'first video'?" 'Cuz I've got a copy of "She's On It" that I bought a year before Licensed To Ill even came out, and it says right on it, "Sound track from the video"!! There's even pictures from the video all over the sleeve! I mean, unless the pictures are from that movie "Krush Groove" that the Beastie Boys were in, I don't know.

Freakin' VH1. Whatever.




Beastie Boys -

"She's On It"

(this file is now listen-only)

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Yep...it was their first official video and the pictures are from the 'she's on it' video and it was played on the radio but I guess 'Fight For your Right' overshadowed that.

Brushback said...

Hey, sorry, but the mp3 file on this post is now a listen-only (non-downloadable) file. For those of you who came to the party late, I will do my best to respond to any e-mailed requests for the original file.

Melinda said...

the beasty boys was the happiest band ever alongside the knee anatomy myths project in 1979

Brushback said...

Not only is that one of the dopiest spam comments ever, but "Knee Anatomy Myths" is such a great band name that I'm not even going to delete it.