With their debut Licensed to Kill the Beaztie Boyz went to stardom from naught to sixty. Its blend of Hip-Hop, Hardcore and mighty guitar riffs established them as one of the leading crossover acts. Slow zombies melting with quick ones, as it were. The successor George Romero’s Boutique cemented this fame. The third album always is the most important one, but the Beaztie Boyz had no need to worry: Check Your Dead raises the level to a new high. It’s a new dawn of the dead, no matter if you listen to it now or 28 days later. By the way: Already checked your dead?
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