Tweekend is the second studio album by American electronic music duo The Crystal Method, released on July 31, 2001 by Outpost Recordings and Geffen Records. The album title is derived from the demise of the West Coast rave scene in the late 1990s and 2000s. The album features the hit single "Name of the Game", which has been featured in many films, television series and commercials. The other two singles from the album were "Murder" and "Wild, Sweet and Cool".
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Tweekend (2xLP, Album). Tweekend is really one of the few master over master pieces ever made, first time i heard the album i was yawnopen. no shit, the tracks have the coolest beats, bass' and guitars, where there constantly is awsome effects in backgrounds. Even tho Tweekend is supreme it still has some negative features, like the vocal on Murder, and that allmost every track reminds a bit of the same. But still Tweekend is a great experience that you can listen to again and again. Nothing can be flawless, even tho this one is really close.
Tweekend is still something of a crossover record for many dance fans; the frameworks of these songs, and the changes within them, are obvious and unsurprising to anyone who's seen a few soft drink commercials. Still, Ken Jordan and Scott Kirkland are solid, experienced producers, and that makes all the difference. Though the mid-tempo beats and nearly shlocky rhythms are a bit passé for 2001, the Crystal Method have obviously come a long way since the heyday of 1997.
The Crystal Method is an American electronic music act formed in Las Vegas, Nevada by Ken Jordan and Scott Kirkland in the early 1990s. Like The Chemical Brothers, Fatboy Slim, The Prodigy and others, they were pioneers of the big beat genre. The Crystal Method's music has appeared in numerous TV shows, films, video games, and advertisements. Their debut studio album Vegas was certified platinum in 2007, and saw follow-ups Tweekend, Legion of Boom, Divided by Night, and The Crystal Method.
The Crystal Method is Ken Jordan and Scott Kirkland, from LA in California. These boys make amazing break beats and big beats music which are along the lines of The Chemical Brothers and Fatboy Slim. Their music has appeared everywhere, from video games (EA Sport games, Splinter Cell and Need for Speed: Underground) to commercials, from popular tv shows (Third Watch, Dark Angel and Bones) to movies (xXx, Gone in Sixty Seconds, Blade II and many more).
This album (Tweekend) is a bit different but "The Method" proves that they have not lost any of their unique talent. The Crystal Method has a unique, edgy sound. Love it. I won't go into details about the individuals tracks, but I will say that there is no bum song on the entire album. If you are a fan of Crystal Method, this album will not disappoint. One person found this helpful.