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Crystal Method ~ Vegas
Top Customer Reviews
I'm pleased to say I wasn't disappointed in hearing its transition from white label/dance floor to CD in the living room.
"Vegas" initially struck me as a cross between a grittier variation of the Higher Intelligence Agency's Two LPs "Colourform" and "Freefloater" and a smoother take on The Future Sound Of London (circa FSOL's ISDN, Dead Cities and their excursions as Amorphous Androgynous). However, the more I listen to it, the more I hear and the more I like it.
This CD takes ambient and techno and fuses it elegantly with drums and bass to produce something for dancing or just chillin out to. The sounds are almost exquisitely crafted, with a coarse, almost grainy edge that sidles alongside deep bass that goes through the floor before moving your internal-organs about. The 10 different tracks on Vegas are all very different and there's not a boring moment on the whole CD.
The Crystal Method clearly have a lot to say and this first LP is hopefully a showcase for future world domination.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Bought to replace older formats of the same album in my collection - it was always going to get 5 stars!!Published 9 months ago by The Pantsman
OK till very resantly iv'e never hured of the Crystal method.
Then whilst watching Tropic Thunder, I hured a track which made me listen to the commentry to fined out who it... Read more
iv owned this album for a few years now and it still gets played frequently, alot of peoples views tend to liken them to the chemical brothers, which i do agree they are similar,... Read morePublished on 29 Jan. 2008 by a_burn
This is a good album to listen to once you have surfed between 'Exit Planet Dust', 'Dig Your Own Hole', 'Surrender' and maybe a bit of 'Come With Us' for years. Read morePublished on 22 Feb. 2005 by Person