Beastie Boys' Bush Baiting Lp

Subscribe to Beastie Boys alerts

Rap superstars THE Beastie Boys have dedicated their new album to the campaign to oust American President George W Bush from the White House.

After two years sculpting the follow-up to their last LP HELLO NASTY the trio have finally completed TO THE 5 BOROUGHS, which is inspired by the September 11 (01) terrorist attacks, the war in Iraq and the policies of Bush.

And they are so keen to help the Democratic campaign, they have brought forward the release of the LP to June (04) - just four months before November's (04) Presidential Election.

Rapper MCA says, "There were discussions that we should try and get the record done in time for the election. That it might actually have a little bit of an effect. That we might be able to help out getting this fool out of office. The man is a complete moron.

"He's just a sick f***. I think we'd be hard-pressed to get someone worse than Bush. I think if you had to sum it up he's an incredibly selfish man and his administration in my opinion puts Americans ahead of people in other countries."

05/05/2004 17:24


Tags: Beastie Boys - George W Bush

Subscribe to Beastie Boys alerts

More Beastie Boys

Fight For Your Right: Beastie Boys Collect $1.7M In Monster Copyright Battle

The Beastie Boys have been awarded $1.7 (£1.1) million in a case battling the unauthorised use of their music in adverts by the fizzy drinks...

The Beastie Boys Now Embroiled In $2M Copyright Dispute

Anyone following pop culture news of late will have noticed that copyright disputes are kind of The Beastie Boys’ thing of late. Following the GoldieBlox...

Why Isn't The Beastie Boys vs Monster an Open and Shut Case?

The Beastie boys have a pretty strong case against Monster Beverage Corp; the manufacturer and seller of caffeinated energy drinks is being sued by hip...

Beastie Boys Once Again Fight For Their Right... Copyright, That Is.

The Beastie Boys are involved in another copyright lawsuit this week (the previous one against GoldieBlox ended in March with a settlement for an undisclosed...


GoldieBlox Removes Beastie Boys Song From Video To Avoid More Legal Disputes

GoldieBlox has withdrawn the Beastie Boys song from their viral video to avoid a legal battle with the band. The Californian toy company, used their...

The Beastie Boys Aren't Suing GoldieBlox After All, But Goldieblox Are Still Suing The Beasties

GoldieBlox may have shot themselves in the foot if they wanted to appear as the victims in the ongoing saga surrounding their online advertising campaign...

Toy Company Versus The Beastie Boys: The Copyright Saga Continues

The viral GoldieBlox ad, which flipped a Beastie Boys song on its head is pretty admirable, but that doesn’t save it from violating copyright. This...

Best Ad We've Ever Seen Turns Beastie Boys Sexist 'Girls' Around [Video]

In the face of a generation of mute princesses, vacuous models, and shallow celebrities, toy company GoldieBlox have designed a range of fun yet challenging...



Beastie Boys Newsletter

Subscribe to this news alert service to receive news and reviews on Beastie Boys

Unsubscribe | Unsubscribe All