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43. Paul's Boutique, Beastie Boys (1989)
Licensed to Ill established them as the whoopee-cushion kings of white-boy rap, and many initially found this dense follow-up too weird. But the Boys were merely perfecting their magpie eye for the perfect whacked-out sample.