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Beastie BoysSolid Gold Hits

Label:Capitol Records – C1 0946 3 44667 1 4
2 x Vinyl, LP, Compilation, Repress, Gatefold
Genre:Hip Hop


A1So What'cha Want3:37
A2Brass Monkey
Written-ByBeastie Boys, Rick Rubin
A3Ch-Check It Out
Written-ByBeastie Boys
A4No Sleep Till Brooklyn
Written-ByBeastie Boys, Rick Rubin
B1Hey Ladies3:48
B2Pass The Mic
Performer [Big Sur Suite]John Hammond*
Performer [Choir]James Newton (2)
Performer [Kid Dynamite]Jimmy Walker
B3An Open Letter To NYC
Performer [Sonic Reducer]The Dead Boys
Voice [Sample]50 Cent, Nas, RZA
Written-ByBeastie Boys, C. Chrome*, D. Thomas*
Written-By [Sonic Reducer]C. Chrome*, D. Thomas*, J. Magnum*, J. Zero*, J. Blitz*, S. Bators*
C1Root Down
Performer [Root Down (And Get It)]Jimmy Smith
Written-ByBeastie Boys
Written-By [Root Down (And Get It)]J. Smith*
C2Shake Your Rump
Written-ByBeastie Boys, J. King*, M. Dike*, M. Simpson*
Adapted By [Prelude C# Minor], Performer [Prelude C# Minor]Les Baxter
Composed By [Prelude C# Minor]Rachmaninoff*
Performer [Powerhouse]The Jazz Crusaders*
Written-ByBeastie Boys, M. Caldato Jr.*
C4Sure Shot
Performer [Howlin' For Judy]Jeremy Steig
Written-By [Howlin' For Judy]J. Steig*
D1Body Movin' (Fatboy Slim Remix)
Performer [Modern Dynamic Physical Fitness Activities]Ed Durlacher
RemixFatboy Slim
Written-By [Oye Come Va]Tito Puente
D2Triple Trouble
Performer [Rapper's Delight]The Sugar Hill Gang*
Written-By [Double Trouble At The Amphitheatre]Kevin Smith (6), Rodney Stone
Written-By [Rapper's Delight]Bernard Edwards & Nile Rodgers
Written-ByBeastie Boys
D4Fight For Your Right
Written-ByBeastie Boys, Rick Rubin

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The barcode area is different than US and UK version.

℗ © 2005 Capitol Records, Inc. and Beastie Boys

Compiled and Layed out at Oscilloscope Laboratories

Made in the EU [back sleeve]
Made in the EU [center labels on side A and B]
Made in U.S.A [center label on side C and D]

C1 0946 3 44668 1 3 (C1 0946 3 44667 1 4) written in the center label on side A and B
C1 0946 3 44669 1 2 (C1 0946 3 44667 1 4) written in the center label on side C and D

Front and Back Cover Photos: Josh Cheuse 1984
Inside Photo: Sunny Bak 1987

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 0 9463-44667-1 4
  • Barcode (Scanned): 094634466714
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A): BB43026-01 A2 MK
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B): BB43026-01 B2 MK
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side C): BB43026-02 C2 MK
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side D): BB43026-02 D2 MK
  • Rights Society: ASCAP

Other Versions (5 of 43)

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
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Solid Gold Hits (CD, Compilation, Digipak)Capitol RecordsCDP 0946 3 44049 2 1US2005
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Solid Gold Hits (2×LP, Compilation, Gatefold)Capitol Records0946 3 44667 1 4Europe2005
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Solid Gold Hits (CD, Limited Edition, Compilation)Capitol RecordsCDP 0946 3 44551 2 1US2005
Recently Edited
Solid Gold Hits (CD, Compilation)Capitol Records0946 3 44556 2 4Canada2005
Recently Edited
Solid Gold Hits (CD, Compilation, DVD, DVD-Video, Compilation, Multichannel, PAL, Limited Edition)Parlophone0946 3 44550 2 2UK2005


  • Oldschool-Vinyl's avatar
    I played this for the first time and was blown away how rich it sounded. Intergalactic sounds so good I repeated it to hear all the little bits I’d never heard before on a basic CD.
    • MikeRideWide's avatar
      The best Beastie Boys compilation to me, sounds fairly good but a wrap on track 1 on both side of disc 1 on mine
      • Spaxspore's avatar
        I first got the US 2005 version. Was one of the worst pressings I have ever played. Muddled highs, no lows at all and avg mid range. Sounded like it was recorded off the radio, I have picture discs that sd worlds better. Ended up returning it, and trying the 2011 since I heard its much better with the european pressing, will report back once it comes in and I give it a go.
        • marcoprolo's avatar
          Is this particular EU/UK version also on180gram vinyls pressed? Nothing's mentionend here about the differences ,. Thanks
          • marcoprolo's avatar
            By far one of the best compilations I know..Got me the 2011 version, cause the 2005 version (180 gram) had few bad critics..I think that's the better choice. Even it's said heavyweight vinyls I'm not sure cause I haven't opened it yet. I always check sealed stuff.cause you ever know if there's a misprint or anything else (like missing inner sheet or downloadcode, etc.). Foremost the album has to be good!. I got Jay-z's Black Album sealed and it's bumpy, not plane.. Others had different other failures. Wendy Rene was not well made unfortunately. It could've been so great. Plus I got a few regular albums that are old and not 180 gram but sound even better than a few of those180's. I like fat vinyls but when it comes to colors and 'remastered' albums, beter be careful. you might be lucky with a good press but many times it's a gimmick that kills the sound. I guess it's the matrices and the vinyl which is used.. Virgin has good ones. Music on Vinyl and We are Vinyl are often awesome and in he last time those eOne stuff is great so far..
            I take them out tomorrow to see what got. Peace!
            • SalViscuso's avatar
              The music here speaks for itself so there's no need to discuss that, I just want to say this is one of the best pressings that I own by far. Backgrounds are whisper quiet and the mastering is superb. Beastie Boys are one of those artists where it's common, at least in my experience, to get used to their classics in lofi radio/background form. It's an awesome experience to hear everything on this album in its full glory.