Beastie Boys Announce 3LP Deluxe Edition of Ill Communication Set to Release in July

In an exciting announcement for Beastie Boys fans, the iconic hip hop group is set to release a deluxe edition of their classic album, Ill Communication, in celebration of its 30th anniversary. The deluxe edition will feature a rare version of the record that has been out of print since 2009, with the album spread across two LPs and a third disc containing rarities, B-sides, and live versions of fan-favorite tracks like “The Maestro” and “Mullet Head.”

This special release will also mark the return of Ill Communication to cassette format, allowing fans to enjoy hits like “Heart Attack Man” and “Root Down” on their vintage JVC Kaboom Boxes. While the deluxe edition will not include the Beastie Boys’ audio commentary that was available during the 2009 re-release, it promises to offer a new perspective on the beloved album.

Ill Communication is widely regarded as the pinnacle of the Beastie Boys’ creativity, blending elements of punk, jazz, and hip hop to create a groundbreaking sound that resonated with fans around the world. Led by the hit single “Sabotage,” the album showcases the band’s evolution and musical prowess, solidifying their place in music history.

Fans can look forward to the release of the deluxe edition of Ill Communication on July 26th, providing a fresh opportunity to experience the magic of the Beastie Boys’ most iconic album. Don’t miss your chance to own this special release and celebrate the legacy of one of hip hop’s greatest groups.