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Licensed To Ill Turns 25 [VIDEO]

It occurred to me last night that last week marked the 25 anniversary of The Beastie Boys Licensed to Ill album. When it came out people laughed at them..then we all started to listen and got the jokes. Whudda thunk it that 3 Jewish guys from Brooklyn, NY would be rap and rock heroes for all the parties.

Here is a little throwback to what started it all:

But wait, their legacy isn’t over yet, in April they put out a video that makes fun of themselves. I think this video has all the biggest names in comedy and acting, from Seth Rogan, Jack Black, Will Ferrell and even Ted Danson.

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