RIAA Gold Sales Award presented to Hester Diamond for the Beastie Boys 1992 album “Check Your Head”
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Beastie Boys

RIAA Gold Sales Award presented to Hester Diamond for the Beastie Boys 1992 album “Check Your Head”

22 January 2021 • New York

RIAA Gold Sales Award presented to Hester Diamond for the Beastie Boys 1992 album “Check Your Head”
RIAA Gold Sales Award presented to Hester Diamond for the Beastie Boys 1992 album “Check Your Head”
RIAA Gold Sales Award presented to Hester Diamond for the Beastie Boys 1992 album “Check Your Head”
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Beastie Boys

RIAA Gold Sales Award presented to Hester Diamond for the Beastie Boys 1992 album “Check Your Head”

Estimate:

2,000 - 3,000 USD

Sold Without Reserve

Beastie Boys

Beastie Boys

RIAA Gold Sales Award presented to Hester Diamond for the Beastie Boys 1992 album “Check Your Head”

RIAA Gold Sales Award presented to Hester Diamond for the Beastie Boys 1992 album “Check Your Head”

Estimate:

2,000 - 3,000 USD

Lot closes:

Lot closes:

7 days, 17 hours

7 days, 17 hours

January 29, 09:39 PM (GMT)

January 29, 09:39 PM (GMT)

Description

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Beastie Boys

RIAA Gold Sales Award presented to Hester Diamond for the Beastie Boys 1992 album “Check Your Head”


Framed. 21 x 17 inches.


All of the seller’s proceeds from the Beastie Boys memorabilia lots offered in this sale will benefit the Good Eats Program.

Condition report

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Catalogue note

The Beastie Boys stepped away from heavy sampling on their third studio album, returning to playing guitar, drums and bass live in the studio for the first time since their early punk EP days. This partial return to their roots confused some, but those that didn't get it at first caught up later and it is now seen as an essential Alt-Rock album of the 90s.

"a whirlwind tour through the Beasties' pop-culture obsessions, but instead of spinning into Technicolor fantasies, it's earth-bound D.I.Y. that makes it all seem equally accessible — which is a big reason why it turned out to be an alt-rock touchstone of the '90s, something that both set trends and predicted them." (Allmusic review)