The Crystal Method

Community Service

The Crystal Method - Community Service


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All Music Guide Review

Method men Ken Jordan and Scott Kirkland have angled for the mainstream with each of their full-length releases, so it's good to see a mix album from them. It's doubly good, too, when they call on quality breaks brethren from overseas -- Plump DJs, Koma & Bones, ILS, Dylan Rhymes, Hybrid -- for productions. Just like any quality dance mix worth its salt, Community Service starts out a bit slow, but begins cranking it up by track five, with the Plump DJs' remix of Orbital's "Funny Break (One Is Enough)." Squelchy effects and breakbeat techno by Elite Force and Dastrix lead into a mini-set of Crystal Method remixes, beginning with Hybrid's mix of their own "Name of the Game" and continuing through Crystal Method post-productions of mainstream tracks from P.O.D., Rage Against the Machine, and Garbage. All that crossover material makes it just slightly less exciting than leading breaks DJs like Adam Freeland, Plump DJs, or Stanton Warriors, but it's an imaginative, responsive mix nonetheless. ~ John Bush, Rovi

Community Service Notes

Release Date: 7/23/2002

Track Listing:

1. No Soul - ILS
2. Cake Hole - Evil 9
3. Breakin' On The Streets - Stir Fry
4. Morpheus - Koma & Bones
5. Funny Break - Orbital
6. Curveball - Elite Force
7. Dude In The Moon - Dastrix
8. Name Of The Game
9. Boom - P.O.D.
10. Trick Shot - CeaseFire
11. Renegades Of Funk - Rage Against The Machine
12. Paranoid - Garbage
13. Wild, Sweet And Cool
14. Hold Back - Force Mass Motion Vs. Dylan Rhymes
15. You Know It's Hard
16. Red Pill - Scratch D Vs. H-Bomb

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