The Crystal Method - Divided By Night / KCRW Session album flac
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|1||Divided By Night
Synthesizer [Additional Synths] – Jon Brion
Featuring, Bass, Written-By – Peter Hook
|3||Drown In The Now
Engineer [Vocals Engineered By] – David KahneFeaturing, Written-By – Matisyahu
|4||Kling To The Wreckage
Featuring, Guitar, Written-By – Justin WarfieldVocals [Additional] – Stefanie King Warfield
Featuring, Written-By – LMFAOMarxophone – Jon Brion
|7||Double Down Under||5:49|
|8||Come Back Clean
Drums – Samantha MaloneyEngineer [Vocals Engineered By] – John O'MahonyFeaturing, Written-By – Emily Haines
Featuring, Written-By – Jason Lytle
Featuring, Written-By – Stefanie King Warfield
|11||Blunts & Robots
Featuring, Bass, Written-By – Peter HookRap [Sample] – Ill Bill
Featuring, Written-By – Meiko
|13||Come Back Clean (Kaskade Radio Edit)
Featuring – Emily HainesRemix, Producer [Additional] – Kaskade
|14||Drown In The Now (South Central Remix)
Featuring – MatisyahuRemix, Producer [Additional] – Danger
|15||Divided By Night - KCRW Session||5:12|
|16||Now Is The Time - KCRW Session||5:31|
|17||Keep Hope Alive - KCRW Session||4:21|
|18||Busy Child - KCRW Session||5:53|
|VIDEO 1||Double Down Under||5:56|
|VIDEO 2||Come Back Clean (Kaskade Radio Edit)||3:30|
|VIDEO 3||Falling Hard (Live Performance On KCRW)||7:27|
|VIDEO 4||Drown In The Now||3:35|
- Written-By – The Crystal Method
|TER009||The Crystal Method||Divided By Night (CD, Album)||Tiny E Records||TER009||US||2009|
|TER009||The Crystal Method||Divided By Night (CD, Album, Uno)||Tiny E Records||TER009||Unknown|
|EQCD010||The Crystal Method||Divided By Night (CD, Album, Dig)||EQ Recordings||EQCD010||Australia||2009|
|none||The Crystal Method||Divided By Night (Instrumentals) (CDr, Album, Promo)||Not On Label||none||US||2009|
|TER009||The Crystal Method||Divided By Night (2xLP, Album)||Tiny E Records||TER009||US||2009|
The Crystal Method featuring Justin Warfield.
Now Is The Time - KCRW Session. 17. Keep Hope Alive - KCRW Session. 18. Busy Child - KCRW Session.
Divided by Night is indeed varied and polished, and it includes guest features by the bucketful, but it reveals again that, more than anything, the Crystal Method are merely clever regurgitators of the past, particularly chained to making extroverted dance music that never innovates and rarely excites.
Divided by Night is electronic duo The Crystal Method's fourth studio album. The album was released on May 12, 2009. On October 5, 2009, they released the third single, "Come Back Clean" also exclusively to Beatport.
Album · 2009 · 14 Songs. For more than a decade, the Crystal Method has been making dance-floor dynamite that appeals to diehard techno heads, as well as adrenaline-chasing music lovers. Divided By Night illustrates Crystal Method’s willingness to continue challenging preconceived notions. Divided By Night The Crystal Method. Background Information After their album Legion of Boom was released, Ken Jordan and Scott Kirkland decided to move into their new, state-of-the-art recording studio, called "Crystalwerks". The time taken to prepare the new studio resulted in the loss.
This album has an average beat per minute of 117 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 80/156 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Divided by Night. BPM Profile Divided by Night. Album starts at 102BPM, ends at 80BPM (-22), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by The Crystal Method.
Altri album di The Crystal Method. The Trip Home Mix - Live from Las Vegas (DJ Mix). only publishes for promotional use and/or for press use images, as delivered and/or authorized by record labels, press offices, promotional agencies; only resorts to degraded images as part of its information feed.
Eric Prydz Call on Me. Радио ХИТ.
Divided By Night’ tries another method by the duo in which they try to develop a more lively entity. The music feels more alive than The Crystal Method’s previous attempts. The electronic output and various drumming stages all feel natural unlike ‘Vegas’ where the album feels manufactured with huge amounts of energy. The intro track Divided By Night isn’t really anything heard before by The Crystal Method. Almost an entirely different approach it isn’t booming with huge beats or massive distortion or even simple repetitive vocalizations, instead it feels something out of a Daft Punk album,.