The Beastie Boys marked the 15th anniversary of their LP 2004 for the 5 citizens by compiling and releasing a dozen of LP's B pages, remixes and more for digital services for the first time.
"Hello everyone – To the 5 cities came out 15 years ago today," Beastie Boys & # 39; Twitter announced Saturday. "For the occasion, twelve rare numbers have just been released digitally beyond the original 15 songs on the album."
Hello everyone – To the 5 citizens came out 15 years ago today.
Twelve rare tracks have just been released for the occasion, in addition to the original 15 songs on the album.
Listen here: https://t.co/cfTrpFwnf9 pic.twitter.com/yjVob2OttL
– Beastie Boys (@beastieboys) June 14, 2019
] Among the tracks in the deluxe edition of For 5 Boroughs is the album "Triple Trouble" with Blur guitarist Graham Coxon, as well as Coxon's 2004 remix for the track that appeared on "Triple Trouble "Single."
Rare cuts such as "Rizzle Rizzle Nizzle Nizzle", "MTL Reppin" to 514, "" Brr Stick Em "and Just Blaze's remix of" Ch-Check It Out "are also collected together digitally for the first time, 15 years after the B pages were spread across global singles to "Right Right Now Now" and "An Open Letter to NYC."
In late May, Beastie Boys reflected surviving members Mike D and Ad-Rock at Ill Communicatio on the 1994 album's 25th anniversary in a mini-documentary from Amazon Music.