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Gig Info:
Performance Date: 7 Feb 1987

Country: United States
City: Hollywood, CA
Venue: Hollywood Palladium

Other Bands/Artists at the Show:

  • Run-DMC
  • Fishbone
  • Murphy's Law


Licensed to Ill Tour

Following "No Sleep Till Brooklyn," Run-DMC replaced the Beastie Boys on stage and performed "Adidas," "It's Tricky," "Walk This Way," and "King of Rock." Beastie Boys then returned to the stage after the last Run-DMC song and closed the show with "Fight for Your Right to Party."

Even though it was not Adam Horovitz's birthday, they said it was and sang "Happy Birthday" to him.

"Slow Ride" was not the entire song; it was just the following eight bars:

I got money, I got juice
I got to the party and I got loose
I got rhythms, I got rhymes
I got the girlies with the def behinds
I got ill, I got busted
I got dust and I got dusted
I got gold, I got funky
I got the new dance they call the Brass Monkey

They then start into "Brass Monkey."

It was likely the cancellation in 1986 that influenced Run-DMC to make a guest appearance at this show.
1. Slow and Low
2. The New Style
3. She's Crafty
4. Happy Birthday
5. Time to Get Ill
6. She's on It
7. Paul Revere
8. Rhymin' and Stealin'
9. Posse in Effect
10. Slow Ride
11. Brass Monkey
12. Hold It Now, Hit It!
13. No Sleep till Brooklyn
14. Fight for Your Right