Krust ‎– Coded Language



High Plains 3:55
Re-Arrange 8:40
Tribute 6:00
Excuses 7:50
Interlude 0:23
Overture 2:32
Coded Language 8:49
One Moment 5:57
Guilty 4:21
Spoils Of War 7:56
Soldiers 5:29
Noble Assassins 7:34
Second Movement 6:05

Versions (9)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
546 687-2 Krust Coded Language(CD, Album) Talkin' Loud 546 687-2 UK & Europe 1999 Sell This Version
562 399-1 Krust Coded Language(6x12", Album + Box) Talkin' Loud 562 399-1 UK 1999 Sell This Version
314 546 687-2 Krust Coded Language(CD, Album) Island Def Jam Music Group, Talkin' Loud 314 546 687-2 US 1999 Sell This Version
PHCW 1056, PHCW-1056 Krust Coded Language(CD, Album) Mercury, Talkin' Loud, Mercury, Talkin' Loud PHCW 1056, PHCW-1056 Japan 1999 Sell This Version
314 546 687-2 Krust Coded Language(CD, Album, Club) Island Def Jam Music Group, Talkin' Loud 314 546 687-2 US 1999 Sell This Version
none Krust Coded Language(CD, Album, Promo) Talkin' Loud none UK 1999 Sell This Version
KR 1 Krust Coded Language(CD, Album, Promo, Car) Mercury KR 1 Europe 1999 Sell This Version
none Krust Limited Edition Continuous Mix(CDr, Album, Mixed, Ltd) Island Records none UK 1999 Sell This Version
IM 0005-10 Krust Coded Language(Cass, Album, Unofficial) Mercury (4) IM 0005-10 Russia 2000 Sell This Version


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September 17, 2007
referencing Coded Language, 6x12", Album + Box, 562 399-1

This is one classical release of Krust's universe. This album is like a masterpiece of an artist who changed his style from jump-up bass lines to ambient/dark jungle. Krust take his own music to the next step with this release, Spoils of war or Conded language will ever stay in subconsciences of d'n'b's fans. But we also need to sit down for listening to the wonderful interludes of the album, wich use strings and violons when you didn't thought it was possible to put those sounds into drum'n'bass. Saul Williams and Morgan also did a great job on vocals, the first for the nerveous Coded language and the second for all the tracks with her beautiful voice singing over.
Just listen to it for remembering what monument it was...


July 7, 2006
edited over 10 years ago
referencing Coded Language, CD, Album, 546 687-2

Many people don't give nearly enough credit to the overall musicality of this album. Granted, it's fairly inaccesible, being almost entirely very dark Techstep. But that doesn't mean it isn't worth it! As per Krust standard, every song is meticulously crafted, and most contain original recorded drums: a rarity in Drum n Bass. For the record (no pun intended), a lot of this album wouldn't really classify as true-to-form Drum n Bass, as it leans more to the experimental side. But there is at least one gem among the bunch; Guilty. It's a downtempo trip-hop sort of affair, and features the vocals of Morgan (There's no second name listed in the booklet)It's along the same lines as True Stories, though wanders into slightly darker territory. The intro is absoultely brilliant, but also deceiving; the rest of the song takes on a much more menacing vibe. Overall though, I find it to easily be one of Krust's better works. Maybe one of these days we'll be fortunate enough to behold an uptempo Drum n Bass remix...