Having the gonzo electro warriors in the Crystal Method put together the soundtrack for London, a film with drug-fueled plot lines, seems like a natural choice. Based on the perfunctory idea of London's substance-induced stories, the Crystal Method's changeable beat structures, such as those in "Fire to Me" (a collaboration with Hyper), successfully capture the frantic, fluctuating emotions of those states. The urgency and mayhem of chemically altered conditions, both internally and externally, are accurately reflected in "Onesixteen."
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