DJ Crystl Let It Roll
- Words: Star Eyes
- Label: Photek
After a stint in hip-hop, DJ Crystl returns with 2004 remixes of his essential anthems. The new version of "Let It Roll" from 1994 is even more heavy and spine-tingling than the original; its pulsing intro employs every dark Metalheadz drum trick before dropping into a pounding, choppy break workout and scary breakdown that will raise the hairs on your neck. 1993's "Warpdrive" gets turned into an evil monster whose samples take you straight back to the illegal rave days but whose drums are modern to the core. Blazing hot!
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