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    License-Beastie Boys

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    The rock and roll album I selected is license to Ill by the Beastie Boys. The album first released in November 15, 1986. The Beastie Boys are an American hip-hop group, which formed in 1981 in New York. The Beastie Boys group consisted of three members for most of their career, Mike D, MCA, and Ad-Rock. The group first began doing hardcore punk, and later transitioned into a rock/ hip-hop style in 1984. (Erlewine) License to Ill released only two years after the group left their punk image

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    The Mullet Species

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    Dio, Ted Nugent, The Marshall Tucker Band, Metallica (1990-present), Whitesnake, Def Leppard, Journey, Krokus, Accept, W.A.S.P., Van Halen, Sammy Hagar, Slash's Snakepit. Most of these cases are spouse abusers and drug addicts. Given that the Beastie Boys have gone so far as to write a song called "Mullet Head" (featuring Adrock's first... ... middle of paper ... ...James Hettield of Metallica, who must have become tired of being told that he looked like The Cowardly Lion because he's gone and

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    Hip Hop and Adam Yauch Park

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    experience, to an extent, what endeavors those communities encounter. Although Hip Hop’s central purpose is to denote the subjugation that was implemented on the black community, Hip Hop began as a mere offshoot of 1970’s jazz, funk, and soul. Beastie Boys, now seen as a forefront in the gentrification of Hip Hop, were at first an anomaly. Being an all white group in a predominantly African-American industry was not a walk in the park at first, but once they showed their ability to rap; no one seemed

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    Hip Hop And Rap

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    The most widely accepted definition of rap music is spoken words with a rhythm of bass, drums, and keyboard sounds. The words are spoken over the music and the accents and emphasis on words is important. Hip Hop is defined as the accompanying background music but is often used as a synonym to rap music. In this paper I will show how rap got its start and evolved into the culture we know today as hip hop. Influences on rap music started as early as the 1940’s when Rhythm & Blues and Jazz included

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    Goldieblox Case Study

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    in 2012 in Oakland, California by Stanford engineer Debbie Sterling. Debbie took notice that in this day and age there are less women engineers, and that most of the toys that focus on construction or engineering of sorts were marketed and aimed at boys. To increase the amount of women in her field, she figured she would have to start at the root of the issue, which is introducing the idea to little girls at a young age. By doing so, this would tap into the creative mind of young girls and get them

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    Rapping the Blues: The Similarities of hip-hop and the blues Hip-hop is one of the major music genres of today like the blues were in the 1950's. Stanley Crouch views hip-hop as being vulgar and obscene while he sees the blues as being one of the classic music genres. In actuality, these two genres are similar in many ways. A very important part of Stanley Crouch's life is his love for the blues. Many of his essays are related to or have aspects of the blues contained within them. Crouch

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    The Impact of Recording Technology on Music

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    melodies, harmonies, and the skill to create for the sake of art. If the recording engineer behind the mind-boggling boards and gizmos is really the mastermind, then why not give him a spot on stage? Work Cited Bazer, Mark. "James Newton vs. The Beastie Boys" Down Beat 69 Oct 2002: 25. Easton, Michael. "Music Sampling" Art + Law Sept 2000. Jewel, Dan. "Getting in sync" People Weekly Dec 1997: 167-168. Lehrman, Paul D. "Into the New Millennium With. Midi ?" Mix Magazine Jan 2001. Ogilvy, David.

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    this was true. I now completely understand why my parents always say “that’s barely even music” or “the things they play on the radio are so different”. I know listen to some of the stuff they grew up listing to, Danna summers, Chris Cross and the Beastie boys are just some of the musician my parents introduced me to. Without further adieu I give to you. “The Impact Of Music:” Enjoy  The Impact of Music: on my Parents My parents grew up in a city not to far from here, Toronto. It turns out

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    The Mullet

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    The Mullet Topic:The Mullet Purpose: To Inform. Thesis: In order to truly comprehend the true essence of all that is mullet, you must be familiar with what a mullet exactly is, vocabulary associated with the mullet and certain classifications of the mullet. I. Introduction A. Attention Getter: Imagine you’re walking down the aisle of Walmart doing your regular shopping, when all of a sudden, you stop in amazement. You are struck with a feeling of awe because right

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    The Lord of the Flies is a novel written by William Golding and is a story about a group of boys stranded on an island who have to learn to survive on their own without adults. This story is an allegory which is a story that works on at least two levels.

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