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The Crystal Method - Legion Of Boom (CDr, Album)


2003
Label: Pulldance - AD2003-357,Pulldance - AD2003-323,Pulldance - AD2003-175 • Format: CDr Album, Unofficial Release • Country: Russia • Genre: Electronic • Style: Breakbeat, Breaks
The Crystal Method - Legion Of Boom (CDr, Album)

The Crystal Method's music isn't exactly the stuff high-resolution audio demos are made of, but it certainly provides excellent fodder for a surround sound demo. Perhaps that's why DTS choose not to include a single 24/96 track on the new Legion of Boom DVD-Audio/5().

View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CDr release of "Legion Of Boom" on Discogs.5/5(2).

 · When it did, the formula established by the Crystal Method with their debut became the accepted template. Ken Jordan and Scott Kirkland have remained busy children since Vegas, issuing a sophomore full-length and a well-received mix record. They've returned with Legion of Boom, an album that breaks little new ground, but further entrenches the Method as America's finest producers /10(78).

Scott & Ken have brought more paced breakbeats comparing to their earlier work, though "Legion Of Boom" is still featuring the original Crystal Method style: savage beats, industrial loops and rock-infused sounds. It will be their last record with this fresh atmosphere. The awesome cover, the electric sound of "True Grit", the the huge hip-hop beats of "The American Way" and the great WipEout style of .

 · Most of Legion of Boom is as accelerated as the trailer for a new action blockbuster: all adrenalinized tempos and high-impact beats. "Weapons of Mass Distortion" is as middle-of-the-road as techno gets -- think Grand Funk Railroad with more synths. No Vinyl+CDR 7 Listed For Sale: crystal method legion of boom.


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  1. Product description. Crystal Method ~ Legion Of Boom Crystal Method's Legion of Boom lives up to its title, dropping blasts of thumping samples, catchy riffs, and dependable grooves. But as with previous records like 's Tweekend, a chaotic, industrial darkness lurks around the edges that has little in common with the sheen of commercial dance/5().

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