Deep in the Vaults: A Very Early Beastie Boys Interview Unearthed and Animated Deep in the Vaults: A Very Early Beastie Boys Interview Unearthed and Animated
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Deep in the Vaults: A Very Early Beastie Boys Interview Unearthed and Animated

by Yasha Wallin

May 2, 2013
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At the time the boys were between the ages of 19 and 21, and midway through a tour opening up for Madonna. "Usually there’s about basically almost a riot breaking out after every show because either the crowd wants to kill us or we have to run from the girls because they mob us," Mike D describes of the tour. Adam “MCA” Yauch concludes that, at the time of the interview, they are the only white rappers out on vinyl (ahh remember vinyl?). He also describes their style as "soul, hardcore, b-boy music, and we do not play sucker music." Finally, when Fisch asks how they came up with their name. Yauch challenges: "Lay it on me: can you think of a stupider name than the Beastie Boys?"

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Deep in the Vaults: A Very Early Beastie Boys Interview Unearthed and Animated