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beastie boys live in san francisco, 6.15.96 – fight for tibet

when i was 12, which was in 1986, my mother surprisingly let me purchase the beastie boys’ licensed to ill. it might even been with my own money?!? who knows? but to say that record was a musical awakening would be a huge understatement. sure, i was 12 and didnt get all the references, or [...]
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