Beastie Boys' 'Sabotage' was about the band's frustration with their sound engineer

The Beastie Boys Book, a meaty memoir penned by the band's MichaelMike D” Diamond and Adam “Ad-Rock” Horovitz, was released this week.

Via the books' press junket, some of the stories within its pages are coming out.

In particular, Rolling Stone shared an excerpt from the audiobook. Ad-Rock writes how the song "Sabotage" was inspired by the band's sound engineer Mario (who was known to "blow a fuse"), "I decided it would be funny to write a song about how Mario was holding us all...

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