I'm not a huge fan of the Beasties' stuff (or, frankly, or rap in general), but I thought it was a pretty decent record. It was one of those CDs where I couldn't begin to guess at what the next single might be, but Triple Trouble, Hey Fuck You!, Crawlspace and The Brouhaha were all pretty good.
THE QUEST FOR LORD STANLEY'S CUP
Tied for 9th: St. Louis Blues, New York Islanders, Dallas Stars, New Jersey Devils, Nashville Predators, Boston Bruins, Vancouver Canucks, Ottawa Senators Tied for 5th:Montreal Canadiens, Detroit Red Wings, Toronto Maple Leafs, Colorado Avalanche Tied for 3rd:San Jose Sharks, Philadelphia Flyers Second:Calgary Flames The Champion:Tampa Bay Lightning
Nod. Nice to hear them go back to a more old school sound (though nothing was wrong with the later albums) and give up the 15 minute slow jam sessions inspired by Tibet (ok..so maybe some things were wrong with the later albums).
It all meshes well together and the voices of the guys still rule. Good album
Actually, according to Van Halen News Desk, it's the other way around. Van Halen split from their label. Sources are expressly stating that Warner Bros. did not drop Van Halen. What does this mean for the band? Van Halen's a free agent, folks.