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Intergalactic / Hail Sagan
Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, Rap & Hip-Hop
The first single from 1998's 'Hello Nasty'. Contains threemixes of 'Intergalactic' (Album Version, Prisoners OfTechnology/ TMS 1 Re-mix and Fuzzy Logic Re-mix), plus 'HailSagan' (Special K). Slimline jewel case. 1998 Capit... more »
The first single from 1998's 'Hello Nasty'. Contains threemixes of 'Intergalactic' (Album Version, Prisoners OfTechnology/ TMS 1 Re-mix and Fuzzy Logic Re-mix), plus 'HailSagan' (Special K). Slimline jewel case. 1998 Capitol Recordsrelease.
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(3 out of 5 stars)
"Beastie Boys Rock! I am the biggest fan in the world I reckon. But the remixes on this EP suck. Why? Hail Sagen has a good beat once it gets going finially. And who the hell are the Prisoners of Technology? They have talent, but why delete all the lyrics to intergalactic? That's my favorite part of the song. But to their credit the base line to that song is pretty sweet. Oh well, at least the Body Movin' remixes are awsome, but that's a different single boss."
Too much for so little
(3 out of 5 stars)
"Without a doubt, "Intergalactic is a great song but the rest of the CD is of little substance. The remix versions are slower and not worth the hassel, and "Hale Sagan" doesn't even have a beat. Anyone would be just as well off with the entire album and not bother considering the single in addition to it."
Great Beastie Song
Westley | Stuck in my head | 06/15/2002
(5 out of 5 stars)
"The Beastie Boys have continued to release some amazing singles that incorporate so many different sounds. "Intergalatic" is one of their most entertaining singles and this EP is terrific. The CD includes the album version of "Intergalatic" from "Hello Nasty" as well as two remixes. The Prisoners of Technology remix plays up the spacey feel of the song. The Fuzzy Logic Remix is more hip-hop. A new song, "Hail Sagan" is included and it's ok. It's filled with sound effects (e.g. laughter, a crow's caw), and doesn't really mesh together very well and has several false endings, but it's still interesting and surprisingly danceable. Casual Beastie Boys fans may want to pass on this CD, but hardcore fans and completists will probably be pretty pleased with it."