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  • Posted April 30, 2011

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    Great Album!

    I had this album previously...it was stolen or ruined or something like that...but I did recently reacquire it again. Of what I've heard of The Crystal Method so far, who are my absolute favorite artists in techno and have been for a long time, Vegas and Legion of Boom are without a doubt their best albums in my opinion, most particularly Vegas, which was their 1st album, and it remains to be their absolute best album in my opinion. It is the album that originally really got me liking these guys back during high school in the late 90s. Vegas is a particularly awesome techno album. Tweekend is really good itself though, and if you're into techno at all I suggest checking it out, though I recommend starting with Vegas and Legion of Boom 1st. Their Community Service remix albums are pretty good too. I have not yet heard their latest album Divided By Night yet, but I plan to soon.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Tweekend Hits Hard With Beats & Language

    The above statements are true, Tweekend kills big time. About it not being as good as Vegas, I don't know. I got this CD and was as happy as a drooling baby. Name of the Game is the greatest track here. But Murder isn't far behind. Ooh, yeah!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    This album is pure power

    With this album there comes the essence of agressive electronic music right into your face and - most of all - right into your stomach! It is the best album of this category I have probably ever heard. But be careful - it may destroy your loudspeakers, your ears and definitely the relationship to your neighbours (by the way, try not to listen to that stuff when you are driving!).

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    The Crystal Method has matured and BOY is it good!

    The Crystal Method's first album Vegas was an excellent album and held it's own in the large waters of electronic music. The media just ate it up, especially their song ''Busy Child''. With the release of ''Tweekend'', they are back and have refined their skills to the likes of Leftfield. Every song has a hard bass lines, excellent use of samples, amazing melody, and a driving force bigger than a diesel truck full of adrenaline. The production quality is outstanding. Every song has excellent fidelity and the bass is massive and clear. Ken & Scott took extra time ''tweeking'' the album until it was perfect and mixed everything 24-bit, then downsampled for a 16-bit CD. The two from Glendale took their time on the album and made sure they had a polished product. Since they have a 24-bit recording, I would LOVE to have a DTS release of this album (HUH?! MAYBE? PLEASE?!) I do find one fault with this album. Some of the offensive samples they used could have easily been taken out and they still would have had a perfect album. They use the ''MF'' word in a few songs, and is not necessary. If you can look past that flaw, you have before you one of the best electronic albums ever released. Crystal Method, I applause you and thank you for taking the time to make such an amazing album that stands heads and turntables above the rest.

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    Posted December 15, 2011

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