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On The Turntables: Guest DJ Miss Mara
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Fresh Air Remembers Beastie Boys' Adam Yauch
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Adam Yauch (left) with the Beastie Boys in 1987. The gruff-voiced rapper known as MCA died Friday after a battle with cancer. Ebet Roberts/Getty Images hide caption

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Adam Yauch, Co-Founder Of The Beastie Boys, Dies
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Rock Hall Inductees Offer Two Takes On New York Attitude
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The Beastie Boys' eighth album, Hot Sauce Committee Part Two, is out this month — along with a long-form music video that takes a comedic look back at the group's early days. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Beastie Boys: Rap's Elder Statesmen Go Back In Time
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The Beastie Boys: The Fresh Air Interview
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