Electronica duo the Crystal Method has whipped up exclusive remixes of New Order's "Bizarre Love Triangle," the Doors' "Roadhouse Blues" and Smashing Pumpkins' "1979" for its...

Electronica duo the Crystal Method has whipped up exclusive remixes of New Order's "Bizarre Love Triangle," the Doors' "Roadhouse Blues" and Smashing Pumpkins' "1979" for its new mix collection, "Community Service II." Due April 5 via 3 AM/Ultra, the set also features tracks from UNKLE, Uberzone and Evil Nine, plus several Crystal Method originals.

Crystal Method will promote "Community Service" on a two-month DJ tour, beginning March 20 in Honolulu and highlighted by a March 26 appearance at the Ultra Music Festival in Miami as part of the Winter Music Conference.

The day before, the pair will broadcast their weekly radio show for Los Angeles station KDLD (Indie 103.1 FM) from Miami, promising to present interviews and new music from a variety of participating Winter Music artists.

The first edition of "Community Service" debuted at No. 5 on Billboard's Top Electronic Albums chart and featured remixes of Rage Against The Machine, P.O.D. and Garbage.

Here is the track list for "Community Service II":

"Intro," the Crystal Method
"Gyromancer (Elite Force remix)," PMT
"Ghetto Fabulous," Elite Force
"Come With Me," Hyper
"Roadhouse Blues," the Crystal Method vs. the Doors
"We Have the Energy," Evil Nine
"Salty (Meat Katie remix)," Dylan Rhymes featuring Katherine Ellis
"Keep Hope Alive (J.D.S. remix)," the Crystal Method
"Speedfreak," Koma + Bones
"Kalifornia," the Crystal Method featuring Kevin Beber
"Octopus," Uberzone
"Reign (False Prophet remix)," UNKLE
"Starting Over (Elite Force remix)," the Crystal Method
"Bound Too Long (Hyper remix)," the Crystal Method
"Bizarre Love Triangle (the Crystal Method's CSII remix)," New Order
"1979 (New Originals 1799 remix)," Smashing Pumpkins

Here are the Crystal Method's DJ dates:

March 20: Honolulu (Club O)
March 22: Panama City Beach, Fla. (Club La Vela)
March 25: Orlando, Fla. (House of Blues)
March 26: Miami (Ultra Music Festival)
April 7: Sauget, Ill. (Oz)
April 8: Kansas City, Mo. (Kabal)
April 9: Toronto (Docks)
April 13: Aspen, Colo. (Belly Up)
April 14: San Francisco (Mezzanine)
April 15: San Diego (4th & B)
April 16: Los Angeles (Avalon)
April 27: Birmingham, Ala. (Club Red)
April 29: Tampa, Fla. (Floyd's)
May 4: Buffalo, N.Y. (Warehaus)
May 6: Chicago (Metro)
May 10: Johnson City, N.J. (Magic City Music Hall)
May 11: Boston (Axis)
May 12: Baltimore, Md. (Sonar)
May 13: Washington, D.C. (Nation)
May 14: New York (Spirit)

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