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  • CD (25 mars 2010)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Label: Black Hole
  • ASIN : B0035W8QKQ
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Par Amazon Customer MEMBRE DU CLUB DES TESTEURS le 27 août 2009
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N'étant pas un amateur d'électro pure et dure, j'avais acheté cet album pour les collaborations avec Peter Hook (bassiste de New Order) et celle avec Emily Haines (Metric), mais je dois avouer que j'ai été agréablement surpris de l'ensemble de l'album. Le morceau d'ouverture est un peu passe-partout, mais la plupart des pistes sont inspirées et ne délaissent pas les mélodies au profit des arrangements. Je pense que les amateurs de Dance Music et d'Electro-Pop apprécieront.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Way too many 'feat.' 19 mai 2009
Par William Smith - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Hmm.. this has to be one of the hardest discs I've had to rate in ages, and there in lies the problem; the disc has a major identity crisis. On the one hand we get TCM doing what they do, then we get what I feel are the exec's doing what they do... trot out anyone and everyone to try and pump up sales. I'm sorry but we TCM fans are going to be here a lot longer than the fan that turns up because ..OMG.. Justin.. ..Warfield is on this!!!

In the past certain tracks have contained vocals for sure, but somehow they melded with the sound and became one, now the music is somehow less evident on certain tracks and more relegated to background status.

I was lucky enough to nab this at the $2.99 price point, had I not, I still would NOT have been disappointed to pay $8.99 however I have waited a long time for this disc and feel like it's Crystal Method-lite. There are certainly some stand out tracks, maybe even a couple that rate as some of their best (their sound is maturing and I like the direction) but as a whole it's just too inconsistent. Better than 'Drive' for sure, marginally better than 'Legion' but still nowhere near the first two.

Divided by Night - 4 stars
Dirty 30 - 4.5 stars
Drown in the Now - 2.5 stars
Kling to the Wreckage - 2 stars
Smile - 4.5 stars
Sine Language - 4 stars
Double Down Under - 4 stars
Come Back Clean - 1 star (is this even TCM?)
Slipstream - 3.5 stars
Black Rainbows - 3 stars
Blunts and Robots - 3 stars
Falling Hard - 2 stars

My mix - it's a shame I have to do this -

Divided by Night
Dirty 30
Smile
Sine Language
Double Down Under
Slipstream
Black Rainbows
Blunts and Robots
Falling Hard
Kling to the Wreckage
Drown in the Now
Come Back Clean
3.0 étoiles sur 5 Not TCM you're use to 11 janvier 2013
Par Shagmar - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Let me start off by saying I love Crystal Method and have been a fan since the 90s. Their CDs have been a no brainer purchase for me. I never needed to hear any part of the CD before I purchased because I knew I'd love it. Then I got this CD and it is not the Crystal Method you are use to. This feels more like a rap CD than anything. It's not bad but it is definitely not what you would expect from them. I highly recommend you listen to this on Spotify or borrow it from a friend first as you could be severely disappointed.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Strong chance of liking many songs, but a strange "album" 16 septembre 2009
Par Andy O - Publié sur Amazon.com
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My choice in music is typically all over the place, so I am surprised that this album strikes me as only worth 3 stars. I found a couple of winners on this CD, but I found the overall album to be tough to listen to in its entirety. There is so much inconsistency that the album has trouble feeling like it flows. Kind of like when you shuffle through your favorite songs list and hit a few songs that you wonder how they got on the list.

That being said, the top tracks IMHO are:

5. Smile? - great to blast in the car when headed home from a rough day
9. Slipstream - vocals really work with this song

Other interesting tracks are:
2. Dirty Thirty
6. Sine Language
11. Blunts & Robots
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Worth The Wait 28 mai 2009
Par Ozone Joe - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Overall, this album feels much more like an evolution towards the sound the Chemical Brothers have been toying with for years now. Unlike the Chems, who I often find can forget that listenability is important on some albums, Jordan and Kirkland make a great effort to keep the album constanttly in motion. Some of the criticisms of overproduction and too many guest stars have validity, but the missteps are made in the name of progression and can be forgiven. In light of the albums the group has released, the overall sound to the album shouldn't be all that shocking. If you're expecting another Vegas, it would be wise to stop and come at this fresh. For better or worse, those who only found the debut album of the duo to be worth listening will find this to be a big change, but it's not a bad shift. What this album does exceptionally well is show the versatility of the group, as they can clearly handle a wide range of genre and sound. I've seen the word 'masterpiece' floating around describing this album, and I think that might be a bit premature. It's very listenable even to those who may not like Vegas or electronica in general, and it still holds up as a solid release for fans of the group from way back. If you can get past the desire for another Vegas, you'll find a lot to like here.

1. Divided By Night - A great laid-back track to kick the album off. Dark and melodic, for me this brought brought some of the better moments off Tweekend.

2. Dirty Thirty (feat. Peter Hook) - At first a jarring change from the opening track, this track gradually evolves into solidly listenable tune. Funky bass line, some very Aphex Twin-y noiseplay intermixed.

3. Drown In The Now (feat. Matisyahu) - A standout track. Good mix of lyrical style and music here. An uptempo electronic reggae tune, with some fantastic vocal range out of Matisyahu.

4. Kling To The Wreckage (feat. Justin Warfield) - A tonal shift on this track, but another good use of vocals. Much poppier and uptempo, brings to mind the Chemical Brothers.

5. Smile? - A very heavy, early TCM sounding track. A nice mid-album transitional track, forms a solid bridge to Sine Language.

6. Sine Language (feat. LMFAO) - Starts off promising, then the vocals come in. Very catchy and strong musically, but the generic rap lyrics are boring and wasted. A shame, this has some great old-school John Carpenter sounding material. Hoping for an insturmental version, it would hold up well.

7. Double Down Under - Another standout track, this one brings some of that Fluke feeling, with heavy techno and growled background vocals.

8. Come Back Clean (feat. Emily Haines) - A very British house sound on this track, poppy and so catchy the emptiness of the vocals doesn't hurt a thing. Quick and bouncy.

9. Slipstream (feat. Jason Lytle) - This is a tough one. There are moments of great sound, but the overall feel is very throwaway. Unlike the last track, the bland pop here hurts the track. This could have come from anyone, no signature feel.

10. Black Rainbows (feat. Stefanie King Warfield) - Like Come Back Clean, a very British feel but some great sound work going on to help bolster the vocals.

11. Blunts & Robots (feat. Peter Hook) - Light but not poppy, this is a nice track to start winding down the album.

12. Falling Hard (Feat. Meiko) - This is the most out of place track on the album. It sounds like a Dido or Lily Allen track, but randomness aside it's a nice finish to the album. Slow and melodic.

The easiest way to sum this album up is that it's the newest variation on The Crystal Method. This is not Vegas 2, nor should it have been. Are there bumps on the road? Sure, but at least the group is trying to get somewhere. This is a good interlude while we wait for the next true masterpiece.
3.0 étoiles sur 5 Three Stars 11 décembre 2016
Par A. Schroeder - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Glad they're still making music.
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