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Vegas

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Download links and information about Vegas by The Crystal Method. This album was released in 1997 and it belongs to Breakbeat , Electronica, Rock, Dancefloor, Dance Pop genres. It contains 20 tracks with total duration of 02:02:18 minutes.

Artist: The Crystal Method
Release date: 1997
Genre: Breakbeat , Electronica, Rock, Dancefloor, Dance Pop
Tracks: 20
Duration: 02:02:18
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Trip Like I Do (Album Version) 7:34
2. Busy Child (Album Version) 7:24
3. Cherry Twist (Album Version) 4:25
4. High Roller (Album Version) 5:29
5. Comin' Back (Album Version) 5:39
6. Keep Hope Alive (Album Version) 6:12
7. Vapor Trail (Album Version) 6:31
8. She's My Pusher (Album Version) 5:41
9. Jaded (Album Version) 7:05
10. Bad Stone (Album Version) 5:09
11. Trip Like I Do (Album Version) 7:34
12. Busy Child (Album Version) 7:24
13. Cherry Twist (Album Version) 4:25
14. High Roller (Album Version) 5:29
15. Comin' Back (Album Version) 5:39
16. Keep Hope Alive (Album Version) 6:12
17. Vapor Trail (Album Version) 6:31
18. She's My Pusher (Album Version) 5:41
19. Jaded (Album Version) 7:05
20. Bad Stone (Album Version) 5:09

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Perhaps it's unfair to label the Crystal Method as an American Chemical Brothers, since they are contemporaries of, not successors to, the English duo, but the comparison makes sense. Like the Chemicals, the Crystal Method is into big beats. There isn't much subtlety to their music, but there doesn't need to be, since their heady fusion of classic, late-'80s hip-hop, rave, techno, and rock is intoxicating on its own. Vegas, the duo's debut album, rushes by in a quasi-psychedelic blur, occasionally stopping for ambient detours. There aren't any revelations along the way, but the Crystal Method does this crossover techno well, which makes Vegas a pleasure.