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Crystal Method's "Tweekend": Disappointed... :(

Old 10-01-01, 01:37 PM
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Crystal Method's "Tweekend": Disappointed... :(

"Tweekend" has all the hallmarks of The Crystal Method's style, but it just doesn't grab me like almost every track of "Vegas" did. Anyone else experience this?

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Old 10-01-01, 02:38 PM
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I thought it was good... Just not really that long and low on replayability. I'll go back to it though sometime in the near future.
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I enjoyed it. sure it wasn't on the same level as vegas. but it was indeed good.
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I expected a little more out of the album, but overall I was and still am pretty much pleased with it. I didn't really expect it to live up to Vegas because I don't think that's really possible to do.
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I thought it was good. Not awesome but not bad....
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I was hoping that they would at least put out a double cd since it took those fools four years. I was a little displeased with it myself, but you have to hear their album in a very nice stereo to get the full appreciation for it. The same was true with vegas. I loved bumping that cd in with my 2 12" subs (in my car). Try listening to vegas with a couple of subwoofers and you will never listen to anything else.
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Love the song Blow Out. That is one of the most amazing surreal techno songs i ever heard. Great for night driving.
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Wow, does this get the record for oldest thread bump?

I liked Tweekend, especially Blow Out, PHD, and Over the Line.

Legion of Boom was more of a disappointment to me, mainly because I don't want vocals in my electronic music. I Know it's You, Weapons of Mass Distortion, and Starting Over are my favorites there.

The London Soundtrack just came out, with a score done by The Crystal Method. It has a few good songs, but mostly mellow stuff. The songs not by TCM are better, in my opinion.
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