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Performer: Krust
Genre: Electronic
Title: Coded Language
Country: Europe
Released: 1999
Style: Drum n Bass
FLAC version ZIP size: 1637 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1258 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1258 mb
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 151
Other Formats: MMF ASF AC3 AUD VOC TTA RA

Background information. Rapper and slam poet Saul Williams featured on the title track and the album also included beatless string pieces such as ‘One Moment’ and the vocals of singer Morgan on the track ‘Re Arrange’.

Island Def Jam Music Group, Talkin' Loud. Granted, it's fairly inaccesible, being almost entirely very dark Techstep. But that doesn't mean it isn't worth it! As per Krust standard, every song is meticulously crafted, and most contain original recorded drums: a rarity in Drum n Bass. For the record (no pun intended), a lot of this album wouldn't really classify as true-to-form Drum n Bass, as it leans more to the experimental side. But there is at least one gem among the bunch; Guilty

9. Guilty Beast From The East by Krust.

Album starts at 84BPM, ends at 84BPM (+0), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Krust. Get the Tempo of more than 6 Million songs.

℗ 1999 Mercury Records Limited.

Tracklist

Coded Language 6:14
Excuses 7:53
Coded Language (Roni Size Desert Road Remix) 6:19
Coded Language (LP Version) 8:51
Coded Language (Video)

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
562 419-2 Krust Coded Language ‎(CD, Maxi, Enh) Mercury 562 419-2 Europe 1999
TLXX51 Krust Featuring Saul Williams Krust Featuring Saul Williams - Coded Language (Roni Size Remixes) ‎(12") Talkin' Loud TLXX51 UK & Europe 1999
TKDJ 062 Krust Coded Language (Roni Size Remixes) ‎(12", Promo) Talkin' Loud TKDJ 062 UK 1999
TL DJ 62 Krust Coded Language (Roni Size Remixes) ‎(12", W/Lbl) Talkin' Loud TL DJ 62 UK 1999
TKDJ 061 Krust Coded Language / Excuses ‎(12", Promo) Talkin' Loud TKDJ 061 UK 1999
TLK51, 562 427-1 Krust Coded Language ‎(12") Talkin' Loud, Mercury TLK51, 562 427-1 UK 1999
TLK 51 / 562 427-1 Krust Coded Language ‎(12", Single) Mercury Records Ltd. (London) TLK 51 / 562 427-1 UK 1999
TKDJ 61 Krust Coded Language ‎(12", TP, W/Lbl) Talkin' Loud TKDJ 61 UK 1999
TLCD51, 562 427-2 Krust Featuring Saul Williams Krust Featuring Saul Williams - Coded Language ‎(CD, Single, Enh) Talkin' Loud, Mercury TLCD51, 562 427-2 UK 1999
none Krust Coded Language ‎(CDr, Single, Promo) Talkin' Loud none UK 1999

Tracklist

A1 High Plains
A2 Re-Arrange
A3 Tribute
A4 Excuses
A5 Interlude
A6 Overture
A7 Coded Language Feat Saul Williams
B8 One Moment
B9 Guilty
B10 Spoils Of War
B11 Soldiers
B12 Nobel Assassins
B13 Second Movement

Companies, etc.

  • Record Company – IM – 0005-10

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 4902030134471

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
546 687-2 Krust Coded Language ‎(CD, Album) Talkin' Loud 546 687-2 UK & Europe 1999
314 546 687-2 Krust Coded Language ‎(CD, Album) Island Def Jam Music Group, Talkin' Loud 314 546 687-2 US 1999
PHCW 1056, PHCW-1056 Krust Coded Language ‎(CD, Album) Mercury, Talkin' Loud, Mercury, Talkin' Loud PHCW 1056, PHCW-1056 Japan 1999
KR 1 Krust Coded Language ‎(CD, Album, Promo, Car) Mercury KR 1 Europe 1999
314 546 687-2 Krust Coded Language ‎(CD, Album, Club) Island Def Jam Music Group, Talkin' Loud 314 546 687-2 US 1999

Dellevar
They cant all be good my recent discovery of the genius that is saul williams lead me to search out "coded language" by krust. Amoeba didn't have it on vinyl, not a huge surprise, but digging the jungle 12"'s uncovered the roni size mix of the "coded" single williams appears on. What a disappointment. The a side (which thanks to factory error has the b side label on it) features a tiny slathering of williams lyrics within the first quarter of the track, and some how elicits the necessity of an instrumental on the mislabeled b side. I'm a huge fan of roni size, considering new forms to be one of the greatest records ever recorded, but this single is indicative at best, and more properly described as boring, and uninventive. I'm not sure how prominent williams is on the album version, but a miraculous combination of sauls gritty, and sizes jazzy, this is not.