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Divided By Night


Download links and information about Divided By Night by The Crystal Method. This album was released in 2009 and it belongs to Breakbeat , Electronica, Jazz, Dancefloor, Dance Pop, Alternative, Bop genres. It contains 12 tracks with total duration of 01:07:15 minutes.

Artist: The Crystal Method
Release date: 2009
Genre: Breakbeat , Electronica, Jazz, Dancefloor, Dance Pop, Alternative, Bop
Tracks: 12
Duration: 01:07:15
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No. Title Length
1. Divided By Night 5:03
2. Dirty Thirty (feat. Peter Hook) (featuring Peter Hook) 5:26
3. Drown In The Now (feat. Matisyahu) (featuring Matisyahu) 5:49
4. Kling To The Wreckage (feat. Justin Warfield) (featuring Justin Warfield) 4:06
5. Smile? 5:35
6. Sine Language (feat. LMFAO) (featuring LMFAO) 6:16
7. Double Down Under 5:51
8. Come Back Clean (feat. Emily Haines) (featuring Emily Haines) 4:59
9. Slipstream (feat. Jason Lytle) (featuring Jason Lytle) 5:20
10. Black Rainbows (feat. Stefanie King Warfield) (featuring Stefanie King Warfield) 6:22
11. Blunts & Robots (feat. Peter Hook) (featuring Peter Hook) 5:50
12. Falling Hard (Feat. Meiko) (featuring Meiko) 6:38



For more than a decade, the Crystal Method has been making dance-floor dynamite that appeals to diehard techno heads, as well as adrenaline-chasing music lovers. The American duo has conquered raves, radio, and remixes, collaborating with everyone from Rage Against the Machine’s Tom Morello to the Roots-affiliated rapper Rahzel. On Divided By Night the party starts with the title track, a mid-tempo composition with shades of electro funk, and then we’re treated to “Dirty Thirty,” a dramatic, New Wave-influenced instrumental featuring New Order bassist Peter Hook. Metric’s ice-cold vocalist Emily Haines adds pop bliss to utopia-kissed “Come Back Clean,” while a similar, almost-ethereal vibe is evoked by Stefanie King Warfield on “Black Rainbow.” Hasidic rapper Matisyahu sparkles brightest on the synth-spiked tsunami “Drown In the Now” and proves musical collaborations can be greater than the some of it parts. Divided By Night illustrates Crystal Method’s willingness to continue challenging preconceived notions.