|01||Trip Like I Do||6:13|
|06||Keep Hope Alive||6:13|
|08||She's My Pusher||5:41|
Notes on the inlay:
*The Crystal Method's Ken Jordan and Scott Kirkland first worked together in their hometown of Las Vegas.
*With the release of their first single, "Now Is The Time", in the fall of 1994, The Crystal Method became the first touring band to strike it big on the American rave circuit.
*In January 1996, The Crystal Method released "Keep Hope Alive". The record immediately became a staple for the Chemical Brothers' DJ set at London's Famed Heavenly Social Club and catapulted the band to international prominence.
*In February 1997, the band signed to Outpost Recordings.
*Produced and mixed by The Crystal Method, Vegas features high-octane breakbeats, manipulated vocal samples and full-bodied electronic sounds sculpted into 10 distinct songs.
*Urb magazine (Spring 1997, Vol. 54) said of The Crystal Method: "Scott and Ken create a palette of sounds--old rock, new electronic and even vocals, all patched through their myriad filters and silver boxes--a sound that is uniquely their own;" "Their debut LP rocks--neon-filled, old school shuffle with a larger-than-life edge;" "For those who could never listen to electronic music, this is the LP to open the doors!"
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|OPRD-30003||The Crystal Method||Vegas (CD, Album)||Outpost Recordings||OPRD-30003||US||1997||Sell This Version|
|none||The Crystal Method||Vegas (CD, Album, Unofficial)||Outpost Recordings (3)||none||Russia||Unknown||Sell This Version|
|B0026660-01||The Crystal Method||Vegas (2xLP, Album, Ltd, RE, Tra)||Geffen Records||B0026660-01||US||2017||Sell This Version|
|MVCF-24019||The Crystal Method||Vegas (CD, Album, Promo)||Geffen Records||MVCF-24019||Japan||1997||Sell This Version|
|none||The Crystal Method||Vegas (CD, Album, Unofficial)||Outpost Recordings (3)||none||Russia||1997||Sell This Version|