Beastie Boys-Stand Together (Live at French’s Tavern, Sydney Australia)

Check Your Head is the third studio album by the Beastie Boys, released on April 21, 1992. Three years elapsed between the release of Paul’s Boutique (the band’s second album) and their recording of this album. Check Your Head was recorded at the G-Son Studios in Atwater Village, California in 1991. The album features the popular hits “So Whatcha Want” and “Pass the Mic”; the music videos for both songs are available on the Criterion Collection Beastie Boys Video Anthology DVD set. The album was re-released in 2009 in a number of formats and featured 16 b-sides and rarities as well as a commentary track.[1] The album is extensively broken down track-by-track by Mike D, MCA, Ad-Rock, Mario Caldato Jr., and Money Mark in Brian Coleman’s book Check the Technique In contrast to their previous album, Paul’s Boutique, the Boys returned stylistically to their punk rock roots on Check Your Head, playing their own instruments for the first time on record since their early EPs (although they did provide live instrumentation on at least two songs on Paul’s Boutique). Hence photographer Glen E. Friedman’s idea to shoot photos with their instrument cases (one of which became the cover). The cover itself is a subtle depiction of the famous Three Wise Monkeys: “See No Evil,” “Hear No Evil,” and “Speak No Evil.” (This theme is revisited in the lyrics of “Finger Lickin’ Good.”) The album was their first to be fully co-produced by Mario Caldato Jr. Caldato was an engineer on Paul’s

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