Celldweller | The Complete Cellout

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The Complete Cellout

by Celldweller

Genre: Electronic: Dubstep
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1. The Complete Cellout
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0:39 album only
2. Goodbye (Klayton's 2012 Mix)
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4:56 album only
3. Eon (Drivepilot Remix)
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4:07 album only
4. Own Little World (Klayton's We Will Never Die Mix)
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4:37 album only
5. Louder Than Words (Bare Remix)
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3:17 album only
6. Frozen (Celldweller vs Blue Stahli)
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4:59 album only
7. I Can't Wait (Josh Money Remix)
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4:13 album only
8. Birthright (Birthwrong Remix by Blue Stahli)
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2:28 album only
9. The Best It's Gonna Get vs Tainted
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6:04 album only
10. Shapeshifter feat. Styles of Beyond (Blue Stahli Remix)
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3:58 album only
11. The Best It's Gonna Get (J Scott G & Joman Remix)
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6:11 album only
12. So Long Sentiment (Toksin's Anhedonia Mix)
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6:07 album only
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It pains me to say it...
I know that Klayton refers to fans who make critical comments as "haters," but I have to be honest here: this just sounds overproduced and busy. Songs don't flow because every spare moment is jammed with a dubstep sound effect loop, so just when a melody hits its cadence it gets cut off for more "wub wub wub WUUB WUUB wubba!" synth emissions. I guess dubstep fans will dig it, but I came into Celldweller after following from Circle of Dust to Argyle Park to AP2 to now, based on my love of harder industrial stuff. That's what I want in my Celldweller, and it's been left behind. On a personal note, BOY do I wish Klayton would take a step back to industrial, call up Klank again, and rock out like before. It'll never happen, but the whole dubstep/endless remixes fad just leaves me cold. (and how many more versions of "Goodbye" are we gonna get?).