Community Service CD (2002)

Artist: Crystal Method

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TCM The Spirit Of Techno

by on 8/8/2002

The phat techno world has just been improved by the addition of The Crystal Method's newest album Customer Service. Once again TCM has graced its listeners with some new tunage. This CD is fun, innovative, and is the way techno should be. This CD makes techno what it is today. With various remixes from today and yesterday, you'll be anything but dissappointed.

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Product Overview


Label Ultra
SKU 60565253
UPC 617465112522
UPC 14 00617465112522
Format CD
Release Date 7/23/2002
Author Crystal Method
Associated Artist/Work Original Soundtrack
Technical Info
Engineer Jim Kissling
Producer David B. Noller; Dylan Rhymes; Scott Christina; Michael Clark; Elite Force; Billy Brunner; Andy Duckmanton; Howard Benson; Tom Beaufoy; Koma & Bones; Meat Katie; Mike Koglin; Rage Against The Machine; Rick Rubin; Static Revenger; Stir Fry; The Crystal Met
CatalogID UTA 1125
Lable Name Ultra
Released 07/22/2002
Original Release 2002
Number of Discs 1
SPARE Code n/a
Length 74m : 5s
Mono/Stereo Stereo
Studio/Live Studio
UPC 00617465112522
Album Notes and Credits
Personnel: Scott Weiland (vocals); Douglas Grean, Tom Morello (guitar); DJ Swamp (scratches).
Audio Mixers: Chris Lord-Alge; Michael Clark; Mike Koglin.
Audio Remixers: Dylan Rhymes; Billy Brunner; Koma & Bones; Meat Katie; Static Revenger; Stir Fry; The Crystal Method.
Recording information: Luna Module.
Photographer: Ralf Strathmann.
Arranger: Ceasefire.
Most folks know the duo Crystal Method best as a genre-blending duo famed for mating electronica with pop, rock, and hip-hop. Scott Kirkland and Ken Jordan have always presented themselves as a band, rather than a transient electronic "project." Nevertheless, the pair apparently couldn't resist using their dancefloor smarts to create their first remix album, COMMUNITY SERVICE. Here they incorporate tracks by everyone from fellow electronica maven Orbital (Plump DJ's mix of "Funny Break [One is Enough]") to rap-rockers P.O.D. and Rage Against the Machine and pop-rock mainstays Garbage. Whatever style they step into in the service of their in-the-mix mania though, Kirkland and Jordan keep things eminently danceable, whether they're funking up the hard-as-nails sound of RATM or enveloping Garbage singer Shirley Manson in a web of electronic atmosphere.
Disc 1
1 No Soul - (PMT remix, with ILS)
2 Cake Hole - (with Evil 9)
3 Breakin' On The Streets - (with Stir Fry)
4 Morpheus - (Meat Katie Vs Dylan Rhymes remix, with Koma & Bones)
5 Funny Break - (Plump DJs remix, with Orbital)
6 Curveball - (with Elite Force)
7 Dude In The Moon - (Lunar mix, with Dastrix)
8 Name Of The Game - (Hybrid's LA Blackout remix)
9 Boom - (The Crystal Method remix, with P.O.D.)
10 Trick Shot - (with CeaseFire)
11 Renegades Of Funk - (The Crystal Method remix, with Rage Against The Machine)
12 Paranoid - (The Crystal Method remix, with Garbage)
13 Wild, Sweet And Cool - (Static Revenger remix)
14 Hold Back - (with Force Mass Motion Vs. Dylan Rhymes)
15 You Know It's Hard - (Koma & Bones remix)
16 Red Pill - (with Scratch D Vs. H-Bomb)
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