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The most stylistically diverse track on new album Heads Up gets a facelift.
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In celebration of the 30th anniversary of Licensed to Ill, Beastie Boys are releasing new merchandise. Licensed to Ill accounts for the debut album by the American hip-hop group, which originally dropped back on November 15, 1986. The collection includes short and long-sleeve graphic T-shirts, hoodies, pins and a 30th anniversary 180 gram vinyl LP. The […]
I’m not sure how, exactly, this only just happened, but someone finally got around to taking the audio from that Star Trek Beyond trailer with The Beastie Boys’ “Sabotage” and setting it to footage from the original TV series. It’s delightful. Read more...
Darth Blender took the audio from the trailer for the new movie Star Trek Beyond, featuring music from the Beastie Boys, and mixed it with video from the Star Trek: The Original Series (1966-69). (YouTube link) https://youtu.be/TBQ2rcrq9iY The results are just right. Show More Summary
What doesn’t work for one Star… actually works well with another Star. YouTuber Matthew Longua tried the Star Trek Beyond tactic, mashing up Beastie Boys’ Sabotage with the trailer for Rogue One, which is actually about sabotage.
Someone finally answered that age old question of does Beastie Boys make Star Wars better and the results might surprise you. Check out this fan edit of Rogue One footage cut to "Sabotage."
Take a Rogue One trailer, replace the somber, serious orchestral score in the film’s trailer with the Beastie Boys. It’s magically awesome! (enjoy this now, before the YouTube takedown notice arrives) Hat tip Holy Kaw The post Rogue One Trailer featuring Beastie Boys appeared first on The Big Picture.
A new fan-edited trailer mixes The Beastie Boys' classic Sabotage with all of the existing Rogue One footage.
Star Trek Beyond certainly got a decent amount of hate when it released its first trailer around eight months ago. It was a movie that had undergone quite a shake-up early on in its development. J.J. Abrams left the director's chair to go on to Star Wars: The Force Awakens, leaving a void that took some time to fill. Show More Summary
The fan-edited trailer ramps up the tempo for the first "Star Wars" anthology film.
Remember when the Internet was aghast at the first Star Trek Beyond trailer , soundtracked with the Beastie Boys hit “Sabotage”? It might not have fit well with many people’s idea of boldly going (and thankfully the film was much more traditionally Trekky han that trailer), but it turns out it really works for Star Wars. Read more...
"Star Trek" fans were a bit confused last fall when the first trailer for "Star Trek Beyond" dropped, and the clip presented a mishmash of comedic scenes soundtracked by the Beastie Boys tune "Sabotage." It's a great song, sure, but it didn't really seem to fit the tone of the flick (nor did all the comedy), and fans were a bit annoyed. Show More Summary
The "Rogue One: A Star Wars Story" trailer is way more badass when soundtracked by the Beastie Boys's "Sabotage."
Thanks to YouTuber Matthew Longua, we get to see just how well Beastie Boys' "Sabotage" works for the Rogue One trailer. (Spoiler: it hella does.)
The follow-up to 2013's Howlin' was partially inspired by the Beastie Boys.