I always liked "Sabotage", the music video was fun as well.
The term "mullet" was used frequently by George Kennedy's character Dragline in the 1967 American film Cool Hand Luke. According to the Oxford English Dictionary, the term mullet was "apparently coined, and certainly popularized, by U.S. hip-hop group the Beastie Boys", who used "mullet" and "mullet head" as epithets in their 1994 song "Mullet Head"., although the term was used as early as 1982 in episode 3 of season 1 of the situation comedy Cheers. In that episode, the character Sam Malone calls a rude New York Yankees fan a "mullet head." The Beastie Boys' fanzine Grand Royal Magazine was the first to use the term in print.
Interestingly enought, The Beasties actually hate that song. They wrote it to spoof the glamorous Hollywood/music lifestyle. They weren't happy when people took it seriously and adopted it as a party anthem.ALiLPinkMonster wrote:Died fighting for his right to party.
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