To celebrate the 15th anniversary of their hit album To the 5 Boroughs, the Beastie Boys have released a deluxe version of the aforementioned LP packed with 15 additional rare tracks.
The updated album includes B-sides and remixes that have never been digitally released until now such as “Triple Trouble” featuring Blur guitarist Graham Coxon, as well as Coxon’s 2004 remix for the track that appeared on the “Triple Trouble” single. “Rizzle Rizzle Nizzle Nizzle,” “MTL Reppin’ For The 514,” “Brrr Stick Em,” and Just Blaze’s remix of “Ch-Check It Out” are also featured.
“Hello everybody – To the 5 Boroughs came out 15 years ago today,” the Beastie Boys’ Twitter announced Saturday. “For the occasion, twelve rare tracks have just been released digitally in addition to the original 15 songs on the album.” Stream To the 5 Boroughs‘s deluxe version below.
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Hello everybody – To the 5 Boroughs came out 15 years ago today.
For the occasion, twelve rare tracks have just been released digitally in addition to the original 15 songs on the album.
Listen here: https://t.co/cfTrpFwnf9 pic.twitter.com/yjVob2OttL
— Beastie Boys (@beastieboys) June 14, 2019
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