Top Crystal Method Albums
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The Trip Home
The Trip Home
[2018]
Ghost In The City (feat. Le Castle Vania & Amy Kirkpatrick) [Our Empire Remix] - Single
Ghost In The City (feat. Le Castle Vania & Amy Kirkpatrick) [Our Empire Remix] - Single
[2018]
Over It (feat. Dia Frampton) - EP
Over It (feat. Dia Frampton) - EP
[2014]
Born Too Slow
Born Too Slow
[2011]
Play for Real (feat. The Heavy) - EP
Play for Real (feat. The Heavy) - EP
[2011]
Sine Language (feat. LMFAO) [EP]
Sine Language (feat. LMFAO) [EP]
[2010]
Come Back Clean (feat. Emily Haines & the Soft Skeleton)
Come Back Clean (feat. Emily Haines & the Soft Skeleton)
[2010]
Come Back Clean (feat. Emily Haines) - EP
Come Back Clean (feat. Emily Haines) - EP
[2009]
Divided By Night
Divided By Night
[2009]
Drive
Drive
[2006]
London (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
London (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
[2005]
Keep Hope Alive - EP
Keep Hope Alive - EP
[2005]
CSII Exclusives
CSII Exclusives
[2005]
Legion of Boom
Legion of Boom
[2004]
Born Too Slow EP
Born Too Slow EP
[2003]
Legion of Boom (Audio Version)
Legion of Boom (Audio Version)
[2003]
You Know It's Hard
You Know It's Hard
[2001]
Tweekend
Tweekend
[2001]
Vegas (Deluxe Edition)
Vegas (Deluxe Edition)
[1997]
Keep Hope Alive
Keep Hope Alive
[1996]
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Related Information for Crystal Method
The Crystal Method is a Big beat/Breaks duo comprising Ken Jordan and Scott Kirkland. Formed in 1993, The Crystal Method is the most recent stop in a string of projects that led them from their native Las Vegas (and some forgettable four-track stabs at Vocal jazz music), to the early-'90s L.A. rave scene. Drawn in by its youthful idealism, Jordan and Kirkland became absorbed by L.A.'s underground club culture and began knocking out tracks inspired by their experiences. On the strength of one of their demos, The Crystal Method signed to Steve Melrose and Justin King's City of Angels imprint in 1994, and their debut single, Keep Hope Alive, appeared soon after. The title was in reference to L.A.'s wani... read more