Beastie Boys Wrap U.S. Tour With Hometown Gig

It was a night of "Intergalactic" Beastie-ality on Sunday night, as the Beastie Boys played a special show at the Hammerstein Ballroom in New York City, marking the trio's last hometown stand before leaving on an extended jaunt through Asia and Australia.

Surprisingly, the Beasties were far less rowdy than when it played an even smaller Manhattan venue in June, just prior to the release of the band's multi-platinum new album, "Hello Nasty." At one point, Mike D. even asked fans to refrain from crowd surfing.

Wearing khakis and baggy dress shirts instead of their usual goofy jumpsuits, the Beastie Boys stuck to the same set they've been playing throughout their fall U.S tour for the concert, which was attended by such Beastie friends and luminaries as Sean Lennon, Ben Lee, Neil Finn and Melissa Joan Hart.

The Beastie Boys have just released a 12-inch promotional record of remixes of the band's new single, "Body Movin'," which has been reworked by the likes of Erik Sermon and

Fatboy Slim. The Beasties are currently working on a video for "Body Movin'," but no word yet on when the clip might reach the airwaves.