For whatever reason, I still have the original Beastie Boys "Cooky Puss" 12-inch that was released on Ratcage (the same label that put out "Victim In Pain"), which I first bought back in the mid-80's. I used to own almost all of the early Beastie Boys stuff back then, which put all together would probably worth about 10 bucks now: "Pollywog Stew" of course, and "She's On It" (which I posted a while ago), and the "Rock Hard" 12" (which I wish I still had-- the AC/DC sample got that one deleted), and even "Hold It Now Hit It", which was their first actual 45. Not that any of their early stuff was all that crucial, but this was back when rap still represented something very New York and underground, and the number of NYHC straight edge kids (as well as people in the NYC Gerard-metal/noise rock scene) back in '85/'86 who were also into rap was very sizeable. I myself used to scour the stores that sold hip hop 12"-ers, looking for stuff like Just-Ice, Doug E. Fresh, Schoolly D, and Eric B & Rakim, and if it also meant buying some Beastie Boys records along the way, so be it.
Outside of "Cooky Puss" (which is a very localized/tri-states reference, some people might have to look it up in order to "get" it), the other tracks on this record are mostly crap. I guess that was one advantage to owning a 12" instead of a CD-- you could either tape the one song you liked, or just don't bother flipping the record over.