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The Crystal Method

L.A.'s Crystal Method were referred to as America's answer to the Chemical Brothers. A dance-based electronic duo with a definite rock band feel, the comparison seemed appropriate, although it tended to erase what made the group distinct: a solid base in American hip-hop, rock, soul, and pop. Formed in 1993 by Ken Jordan and Scott Kirkland, Crystal Method was the longest-running stop in a string of projects that led them from their native Las Vegas (and some forgettable four-track stabs at vocal house music), to the early-'90s L.A. rave scene. Drawn in by its youthful idealism, Jordan and Kirkland became absorbed by L.A.'s underground club culture and began knocking out tracks inspired by their experiences. On the strength of one of their demos, Crystal Method signed to Steve Melrose and Justin King's City of Angels imprint in 1994, and their debut single, "Keep Hope Alive," appeared soon after. The title was in reference to L.A.'s waning rave scene (burdened by constant police pressure and a string of random violent incidents) and became something of an anthem due to the endless barrage of remixes and alternate versions that appeared.

The pair's demand to be taken seriously as a band (as opposed to the enforced anonymity of most techno acts, and something of a new concept for American dance producers) extended to incessant live performances, and Crystal Method's increasing popularity both in the clubs and among radio jocks led to a deal with Geffen affiliate Outpost Recordings in 1996. The group's debut LP, Vegas -- an unabashed party record bathed in acid, funk, rock, and big beat hip-hop -- appeared in mid-1997 and sold very well. The follow-up Tweekend was released four years later, and the duo inaugurated a series of mix albums, titled Community Service, in 2002. Third album Legion of Boom followed in 2004, and their soundtrack to the film London landed a year later. In 2006 released Drive. The mix was made to accompany any aspiring athlete's workout session and was re-released on CD in 2008 with four bonus tracks. In 2009, they released Divided by Night, the first album to be recorded at the duo's state-of-the-art recording studio, Crystalwerks. A self-titled, fan-funded album -- one that embraced their role in the development of EDM -- arrived in 2014. ~ Sean Cooper, Rovi
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Track List: Come Back Clean (Kaskade Remix Edit) (Single)

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Got meth?
So feeling this right now.
This sound is in only in its kind with the Crystal method, sooo deep and amazing great tripping music in the 2000s
Bones !
jackiedavis3 5 5 1
Red X u are a moron. The Crystal Method is not dubstep. They are a diffrent kind of techno.
these beats are sweet..
Watch Hannah and listen
..not
The Prodigy is better.
I still listen to this band.
@nicko252008 at least 9,648 people listen to this and you love it don't go hatin on crystal method bro
nicko252008
People actually listen to this?
Love. This. Song
Thanks auto correct you Pos
Crystal . Method was so much better than
You do not move to the music it moves you crazy right
If you don't move to the music, you must be feaf
amazing!!!!
Favorite video game- N2O best music ever
Scrape me off the ceiling...ag a i n . Dance me out big time.
Energeticly ! 1 infinity fell the frequency up in me sacred geometry manifest what this life has to bring night comes death rebirth for all its worth no measure love the pleasure feel the pain maintain alchemize into your pure potential Thank you for all the blessed Music Method works when u work it what its for freedom explore magic crystal oscillations pulsations mirrors seeing clear attracting love 1
F**king great!!!
There's only one method that's crystal method baby
This song was used in a ps2 game about killing bugs in a tunnel.
Don't read this because it actually works. You will be kissed on the nearest Friday by the love of your life. Tomorrow will be the best day of your life. However if you don't post this you will die in 2 days. Now you started reading this so don't stop. This is so scary put this on at least 5 songs in the next 143 minutes. When done press f6 and your lovers name will appear on the screen in big letters this is so scary because it actually works
Alot of energy went into this s**t!
Great workout music
LOVE riding my Mountain Bike on Crystal :}
loudogg0417
These guys deserve a lot of credit along with Prodigy, Underworld, Fatboy slim, and Daft Punk for pushing EDM to the masses. Without them, the DJs today wouldn't have a chance in hell of being played on the radio.
Saw them live in Louisville at DerbyCon. They were so loud that chunks of ceiling were raining down on us from the bass!! Freaking Awesome!
this band was in n2o game for playstation1
Static drum beats fill me with feeaaahhh. So damn good feeeaaahhh!
I miss Vegas. Those big beats, now they are being influenced by dubstep and throwing in a s**t ton of vocals.
Why is this on my goth station lol
This song (Smile ) is on the game blur I LOVE that game!
Did you know they did the entire soundtrack to the PS1 game Nitrous Oxide?
Omg that's a drug xD
Awesome band, but why do they play on industrial radio so much? Sound like techno to me.
Top track
Vegas Album will always be number ONE!
t777-666
I love this band. They do it right for my taste and to those who think they suck completely you shouldn't even be on this page in the first place
LOL. Slick band, but there trys at "the grid" sucks rotten eggs
My ears just exploded


Which is kind of a good thing
getagripspil l s
They suck compared with skrillex, bassnectar, any good dub, ect.
Anyone that listens to Dance/Trap/D u b s t e p should definitely shuffle those 3 stations that I have together. You'll get an endless playlist of great music. Oh and I also have metal.
You will be kissed on Friday tomorrow= best day post this or you will die put this on five songs
Breh this song is the bomv
Vegas was the s**t!!! These guys played at the V inside the Venetian on Halloween 2001. It was flooding hard in vegas so only about 100 die hards showed up- Baddest show ever, they got down with old school beats, funk and capped the s**t off with some deep house dub. Pure majik!!! Keep on beating the mik.
This is a bad a** song, but not crazy bout this remix though.
dis song boss or what??
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