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Listen: Beastie Boys Get Experimental With 'Tadlock's Glasses'

Stream a new track from the trio's forthcoming 'Hot Sauce Committee Pt. 2'

April 12, 2011 2:35 PM ET
Listen: Beastie Boys Get Experimental With 'Tadlock's Glasses'

Another track from the Beastie Boys' long-awaited new album Hot Sauce Committee Pt. 2 has leaked. While the album's first single "Make Some Noise" leaned on classic Beasties funk, "Tadlock's Glasses" is much more experimental, with the trio rapping through distorted effects over a digitally warped electro funk track. The album will come out on May 3rd, but you can listen to a radio rip of the song in the player below.

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