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Beastie BoysHello Nasty

Label:Capitol Records – 509996 94239 18, Grand Royal – 509996 94239 18
Format:
2 x Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue, Remastered, 180 Gram
Country:US
Released:
Genre:Hip Hop, Funk / Soul
Style:Instrumental, Funk

Tracklist

A1Super Disco Breakin'
Performer ["Sucker MC's" Sample]Run D.M.C.*
Written-By ["Sucker MC's" Sample]Darryl McDaniels, Joseph Simmons, Lawrence Smith*
A2The Move
Human Beatbox ["Stretch" Samples]Lord Sear
Performer ["El Rey Y Yo" Sample]Los Angeles Negros
Voice ["Stretch" Samples]Bobbito
Written-By ["El Rey Y Yo" Sample]Osvaldo Geldres*
A3Remote Control
PercussionEric Bobo
A4Song For The Man
Alto Saxophone [Alto Sax]Paul Vercesi
KeyboardsMark Nishita*
TromboneNelson Keane Carse*
VocalsBrooke Williams
A5Just A Test
Performer ["The Pair Extraordinaire" Excerpt]The Pair Extraordinaire
A6Body Movin'
Performer ["Modern Dynamic Physical Fitness Activities" Samples]Ed Durlacher
Written-By ["Oye Come Va" Elements]Tito Puente
B1Intergalactic
Adapted By ["Prelude C# Minor" Samples], Performer ["Prelude C# Minor" Samples]Les Baxter
Composed By ["Prelude C# Minor" Samples]Rachmaninoff*
Performer ["Powerhouse" Elements]The Jazz Crusaders*
B2Sneakin' Out The Hospital
PercussionEric Bobo
B3Putting Shame In Your Game
Performer ["No Ice Cream Sound" Sample]Johnny Osbourne
Performer ["Whatcha Want?" Samples]Nine
Written-By ["No Ice Cream Sound" Sample]Errol Osbourne
Written-By ["Whatcha Want?" Samples]Derrick Keyes, Robert Lewis*
B4Flowin' Prose
B5And Me
B6Three MC's And One DJ
C1The Grasshopper Unit (Keep Movin')
Performer ["I've Gotta Keep Movin'" Sample]Alex Bradford & Company
Written-By ["I've Gotta Keep Movin'" Sample]Micki Grant
C2Song For Junior
FluteSteve Slagle
KeyboardsMark Nishita*
PercussionEric Bobo
VibraphoneJoe Locke
VocalsJill Cunniff
C3I Don't Know
Violin, ViolaBrian Wright
VocalsMiho Hatori
C4The Negotiation Limerick File
Performer ["In-Citement!" Elements]The Pair Extraordinaire
Performer ["Poor Ole Trash Man" Sample]Barbara Lynn
C5Electrify
Conductor ["The Firebird Suite" Excerpt]Leopold Stokowski
Performer ["Company" Sample]Dean Jones And Company*
Written-By ["Company" Sample]Stephen Sondheim
D1Picture This
VocalsBrooke Williams
D2Unite
Beats [Boo Boo Beat]Robert Perlman
D3Dedication
KeyboardsMark Nishita*
D4Dr. Lee, PhD
KeyboardsMark Nishita*
PercussionEric Bobo
D5Instant Death
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Credits

Notes

Gate-fold packaging sleeve design, 180 gram vinyl.

℗ © 1998 Capitol Records, LLC and Beastie Boys

All songs ©Brooklyn Dust Music/PolyGram International Music Publishing, Inc. (ASCAP) Except:
B6 ©Brooklyn Dust Music/PolyGram International Music Publishing, Inc. (ASCAP)/EMI April Music Inc./Grand Royal Music/Street N.I.G.Z. Music (ASCAP).
C2 ©Brooklyn Dust Music/PolyGram International Music Publishing, Inc. (ASCAP)/EMI April Music Inc./Grand Royal Music/Luscious Jackson Music (ASCAP)/Fido Speaks Music (ASCAP).
D1 ©Brooklyn Dust Music/PolyGram International Music Publishing, Inc. (ASCAP)/There Is No Try Music (ASCAP).
D3 ©Brooklyn Dust Music/PolyGram International Music Publishing, Inc. (ASCAP)/Fido Speaks Music (ASCAP).
D4 ©Brooklyn Dust Music/PolyGram International Music Publishing, Inc. (ASCAP)/Ariwa Music/Fido Speaks Music (ASCAP).

Recorded at G-Son Studios, with the parquet floors (Los Angeles, CA), The Dungeon (New York, NY), The Tree House (New York, NY), Ted Diamond's House of Hits (New York, NY), Soho Music Studios (New York, NY), Dessau Studios (New York, NY), RPM Studios (New York, NY).
Mixed at RPM Studios (New York, NY).
Mastered at Masterdisk (New York, NY).

Mix Master Mike appears courtesy of Asphodel Ltd.
Jill Cunniff appears courtesy of Grand Royal/Capitol Records.
Miho Hatori appears courtesy of Cibo Matto/Warner Bros. Records

A1 contains a sample from "Sucker MC's" (Krush Groove I), published by Protoons, Inc. (ASCAP), performed by Run D.M.C., courtesy of Profile Records.
A2 contains a sample from "El Rey Y Yo", published by Peer International Corporation (BMI), performed by Los Angeles Negros, courtesy of Capitol Records, a division of Capitol Records, Inc.; and samples of Bobbito's voice and Lord Sear's human beat box which were excerpted from the WKCR "Stretch" Bobbito Lord Sear radio program.
A5 contains an excerpt from "The Pair Extraordinaire" album as performed by The Pair Extraordinaire, used under license from Capitol Records, a division of Capitol Records, Inc.
A6 contains elements from "Oye Come Va", published by Full Keel Music (ASCAP); and samples from "Modern Dynamic Physical Fitness Activities", performed by Ed Durlacher, courtesy of Educational Activities, Inc., Freeport New York, 11520.
B1 contains samples from "Prelude C# Minor", published by Skyview Music (ASCAP), performed by Les Baxter, courtesy of GNP Crescendo Records; and elements from the Jazz Crusaders album, "Powerhouse", used under license from Capitol Records, a division of Capitol Records, Inc.
B3 contains a sample from "No Ice Cream Sound", published by Waterhouse Publishing, performed by Johnny Osborne, courtesy of Jammy's; and a sample from "Whatcha Want?", published by Protoons, Inc., Pretty Helen Music & Lickshot Lyrics, administered by Protoons, Inc. (ASCAP), performed by Nine, courtesy of Profile Records.
C1 contains a sample from "I've Gotta Keep Movin'", published by Fiddleback Music Publishing Co., Inc. (BMI), administered by Warner-Tamerlane Publishing Corp. (BMI), performed by Alex Bradford & Company, under license from PolyMedia, A Division Of PolyGram Group Distribution, Inc.
C4 contains a sample from "Poor Ole Trash Man" performed by Barbara Lynn, courtesy of Music Enterprises, Inc.; and contains an excerpt from the "In"-Citement! album as performed by The Pair Extraordinaire, used under license from Capitol Records, a division of Capitol Records, Inc.
C5 contains an excerpt from "The Firebird Suite", conducted by Leopold Stokowski, used under license from Capitol Records, a division of Capitol Records, Inc.; and a sample from "Company", published by Range Road Music, Inc., Quartet Music, Inc. & Rilting Music, Inc., administered by Herald Square Music Company (ASCAP), performed by Dean Jones and Company, courtesy of Sony Music.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Printed): 5 099969 423918
  • Barcode (Scanned): 5099969423918
  • Rights Society: ASCAP
  • Other (Labels, side A & B): 509996 95882 11
  • Other (Labels, side C & D): 509996 95883 10
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout, variant 1, etched): 5099969423918-A 18432.1(3)... CB
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout, variant 1, etched): 5099969423918-B 18432.2(3)...
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C runout, variant 1, etched): 5099969423918-C 18432.3(3)... CB
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D runout, variant 1, etched): 5099969423918-D 18423.4(3)... CB
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout, variant 2, etched): 5099969423918-A CB 18432.1(3)...
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout, variant 2, etched): 5099969423918-B 2 18432.2(3)...
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C runout, variant 2, etched): 5099969423918-C CB 18432.3(3)...
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D runout, variant 2, etched): 5099969423918-D CB 18423.4(3)...

Other Versions (5 of 87)

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Hello Nasty (CD, Album, Digipak)Capitol Records, Grand Royal7243 4 95723 2 4Europe1998
Hello Nasty (CD, Album, Enhanced, Digipak)Grand Royal, Capitol RecordsCDP 7243 8 37716 2 2US1998
Hello Nasty (2×LP, Album, Gatefold )Capitol Records, Grand Royal RecordsC1 7243 8 37716 1 5US1998
Hello Nasty (2×LP, Album, Limited Edition, Gold Transparent, Gatefold Sleeve)Grand RoyalGR061US1998
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Hello Nasty (CD, Album, DigiPak)EMI Music Canada, Grand Royal, Capitol Records, Brooklyn Dust Music7243 8 37716 2 2Canada1998
  • UNOWEN's avatar
    UNOWEN
    Has anyone noticed that the LP labels are on the wrong sides of each LP?
    • Lost_Sounds_Vinyl's avatar
      People aren't lying about the bass on this one. But it's balanced well; clear mix that is very of the era. Zero complaints. Crack a brew and enjoy.
      • AlanisCorset's avatar
        AlanisCorset
        loving the quality on this, super clean sounding, bass that slams, vocal mix is slightly low as mentioned below, but that's my only gripe, and a very minor one at that.
        • Obzensphere's avatar
          Obzensphere
          Finally got my hands on a copy, after a deep clean I gave it a spin... on my initial listen the sibilance issues were rampant and would start in at around the second track. After much research and reading other reviews I tried to see what I could do to alleviate or eliminate the issue all together. Turns out, my Ortofon Blue wasn't at the proper tracking force which was the culprit. After a quick adjustment, the record now sounds better. There's still slight sibilance, but not as bad as before.. So, for all you folks having issues... make sure your cartridge is properly aligned and adequate tracking force is dialed in. Double check your anti skate as well. Good luck!
          • bemerick's avatar
            bemerick
            Edited 11 months ago
            I’m loving this copy. There is huge bass. Super clear. Honestly it may be the cleanest sounding record I’ve pulled from a cellophane. Just a brush once around and zero surface noise or pops at all.
            • bradley2002's avatar
              bradley2002
              Bass is phenomenal on this issue. Vocals are lacking a bit though. For some reason they seem really subtle and quiet compared to the actual music.
              • mrlumpy's avatar
                mrlumpy
                Picked this up recently (still available in the U.S. if you do some Googling). Sounds very good. Records come packaged in separate plastic sleeves rather than the inner picture sleeves, which is a nice touch and avoids seam splits. The rear cover looks slightly different than pictured here (UPC code is not vertical, no "anti piracy" logo), but matrix etchings match.
                • dpdietz's avatar
                  dpdietz
                  In spite of all the reviews I think this copy sounds great and I really like the packaging well done
                  • akeith2002's avatar
                    akeith2002
                    This is the version I have except it's a gatefold... but the barcode matches this one. From what I heard, it sounds FANTASTIC.
                    • Marc_LEsperance's avatar
                      I don’t have an original to compare this reissue one too but I think the dynamics and 3D imaging from my copy are incredible. No sibilance issues. Powerful sound, very clean pressing.

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