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All Music Guide - Andy Kellman
Crystal Method fans were probably anticipating a second Community Service mix shortly after the first one, back in 2002, but they had to wait nearly three years -- leaving plenty of time for Ken Jordan and Scott Kirkland to amass enough favorite tracks to share, along with hefty portions of their own non-album productions and remixes. Community Service II is actually more reliant on the duo's own tracks and remixes than the earlier set. One wonders if the third volume will function purely as a glorified remixes 'n' rarities clearing-house. It's another release that should please the dedicated followers, provided they don't notice, or don't care about, the lack of growth ...
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All Music Guide - Andy Kellman
Crystal Method fans were probably anticipating a second Community Service mix shortly after the first one, back in 2002, but they had to wait nearly three years -- leaving plenty of time for Ken Jordan and Scott Kirkland to amass enough favorite tracks to share, along with hefty portions of their own non-album productions and remixes. Community Service II is actually more reliant on the duo's own tracks and remixes than the earlier set. One wonders if the third volume will function purely as a glorified remixes 'n' rarities clearing-house. It's another release that should please the dedicated followers, provided they don't notice, or don't care about, the lack of growth that has taken place in big beat and breaks since the early part of the decade some might even say the late part of the '90s. For all the shared elements from track to track, this mix is surprisingly rangy, from stadium-ready rockers to diva-assisted post-disco anthems. Most bizarre moment: the Crystal Method's own reworking of the Doors' "Roadhouse Blues," in which Jim Morrison's rowdy braying sounds comically out of place.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 4/5/2005
  • Label: Ultra Records
  • UPC: 617465126826
  • Catalog Number: 1268

Tracks

Disc 1
  1. 1 Intro (1:38)
  2. 2 Gyromancer - PMT (4:14)
  3. 3 Ghetto Fabulous - Elite Force (5:30)
  4. 4 Come With Me - Hyper (5:02)
  5. 5 The Crystal Method vs. The Doors - The Doors (4:57)
  6. 6 We Have the Energy - Evil Nine (5:00)
  7. 7 Salty - Katherine Ellis (5:36)
  8. 8 Keep Hope Alive (5:44)
  9. 9 Speedfreak - Koma & Bones (2:39)
  10. 10 Kalifornia - Kevin Beber (4:25)
  11. 11 Octopus - Überzone (2:42)
  12. 12 Reign - UNKLE (6:38)
  13. 13 Starting Over (4:40)
  14. 14 Bound Too Long (5:24)
  15. 15 Bizarre Love Triangle (5:32)
  16. 16 1979 - Smashing Pumpkins (6:57)
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Album Credits

Performance Credits
The Crystal Method Primary Artist
Ian Brown Vocals
Antony Genn Piano, Keyboards
Ken Jordan Group Member
Mani Bass
Rahzel Vocals
Scott Kirkland Group Member
Luke Bullen Drums
Damian Taylor Synthesizer
Richard Flack Synthesizer
Richard File Synthesizer
Psycho Pab Synthesizer
Hanifah Walidah Vocals
Wil Malone Conductor
Technical Credits
Billy Corgan Composer
Scott Engel Composer
Peter Hook Composer
The London Session Orchestra Contributor
Ronnie Producer, Remixing
Gavyn Wright Orchestra Leader
Stephen Morris Composer
Bernard Sumner Composer
Antony Genn Composer
Ken Jordan Composer, Producer
Gillian Gilbert Composer
James Lavelle Composer
The Crystal Method Composer, Producer, Remixing, Mastering
Überzone Composer
Scott Kirkland Composer, Producer
Elite Force Composer, Producer, Remixing
Richard Bishop Management
Marvin Beaver Composer, Producer, Remixing
Damian Taylor Programming
Julian Napolitano Producer, Remixing
Darren Pearce Producer, Remixing
Hyper Producer, Remixing
Richard Flack Programming
Kevin Beber Composer, Producer
J.A. Ross Producer
Richard File Composer, Programming
New Originals Producer, Remixing
Ginny Hatfield Producer
Will Brunner Composer, Producer, Remixing
Mike Eller Artwork
Katy Ellis Composer, Producer
Mark Pember Producer, Remixing
Tom Beaufoy Composer, Producer
Andy Duckmanton Composer
Jude "Proteus" Sabastian Engineer
Psycho Pab Programming
SuzAnn Brantner Management
P. Pardy Producer
Wil Malone String Arrangements
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    One of the purest and best breakbeaters

    I've seen lackluster reviews of this CD elsewhere, and there sure are other mixes that deserve it, but not this one. CM, as always, uses a full range of sound types and frequencies. I call it pure because the beats change at unexpected, fresh times not just to complete the counts. And the use of Jim Morrison's vocals is really audacious and works--it's fun as heck! They put Jim up front and center, not dragging him along like in other refried classics where the old stuff amounts to only sound bites.

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