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  • Performer: Crystal Castles
  • Genre: Electronic / Rock
  • Title: (II)
  • Released: 25 Apr 2011
  • Style: Leftfield, Noise, Electro, Euro House, Indie Rock
  • Label: Polydor
  • Country: US
  • MP3 version size: 1167 mb
  • FLAC version size: 2463 mb
  • Rating: 4.4
  • Votes: 949


2I Am Made Of Chalk3:09
4Year Of Silence4:52
5Violent Dreams4:33
7Pap Smear3:41
9Doe Deer1:35
11Fainting Spells2:41
14Not In Love
Featuring – Robert Smith


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
2740407Crystal Castles Crystal Castles (II) ‎(CD, Album)Fiction Records, Lies Records, Last Gang Records2740407Europe2010
CTX564CDCrystal Castles Crystal Castles ‎(CD, Album)Polydor, Shock CTX564CDAustralia & New Zealand2010
B0014374-02Crystal Castles Crystal Castles ‎(CD, Album)Fiction Records, Universal Motown, Lies Records, Last Gang RecordsB0014374-02US2010
2740407Crystal Castles Crystal Castles (II) ‎(CD, Album, S/Edition)Fiction Records, Lies Records, Last Gang Records2740407Argentina2010
Q2 01222Crystal Castles Crystal Castles (II) ‎(CD, Album)Fiction Records, Lies Records, Last Gang RecordsQ2 01222Canada2010


Reissued release with the new version of "Not In Love" featuring Robert Smith.


  • Other (iTunes ID): 443444808


  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Polydor Ltd. (UK)



Crystal Castles II is the second studio album by Canadian electronic music duo Crystal Castles, released on May 24, 2010 by Fiction Records and Last Gang Records. The album was initially scheduled for release on June 7, 2010 however, the release dates were moved forward after the album leaked online, thus a digital version of the album was released on April 23, 2010. II by Crystal Castles, released 24 May 2010 1. Fainting Spells 2. Celestica 3. Doe Deer 4. Baptism 5. Year Of Silence 6. Empathy 7. Suffocation 8. Violent Dreams 9. Vietnam 10. Birds 11. Pap Smear 12. Not In Love 13. Intimate 14. I Am Made Of Chalk. BowieCohen covers as electronics swathed in layers of gauze, gilded with Zohra Atash's soprano: a look back, a look forward. Bandcamp New & Notable Jan 25, 2017. go to album. Crystal Castles. Released April 23, 2010. II Tracklist. Fainting Spells Lyrics. Celestica Lyrics. Listen free to Crystal Castles Crystal Castles II. Crystal Castles is the second album from experimental band Crystal Castles. The album is to be released via Fiction Records on 24 May 2010. The album was originally scheduled to be released on 7 June 2010, but after an early master of the album leaked online and due to demand, its release dates were moved forward with digital release moved to 23 April 2010. The album has been produced by Ethan Kath in various places including a church in Iceland, a self built cabin in northern Ontario, a garage behind an abandoned convenience store in De. Crystal Castles II. This album is rated in the top 18 of all albums on . Crystal Castles album. 2008 studio album, compilation album by Crystal Castles. Studio album, compilation album by. March 18, 2008 2008-03-18. Crystal Castles was released on March 18, 2008, by Lies Records and Last Gang Records, and sold well enough in the United States to makes it way onto Billboard such as Independent Albums, Top DanceElectronic Albums, and Top Heatseekers. It also charted in Australia, France, Ireland, Scotland and the United Kingdom. Crystal Castles II Crystal Castles. Retrieved August 27, 2013. Crystal Castles was never exactly a groundbreaking force in the whole 8-bit, chiptune, whatever-you-want-to-call-it genre they emerged from. What made vocalist Alice Glass' and multi-instrumentalist Ethan Kaths take on it so exciting was the energy, the pop sensibilities, and attitude they brought to the proverbial table. There really isnt much to complain about with Crystal Castles second self titled album. The impressive broadening of their sound finds the duo less reliant on fashionably low res electronics, getting better ideas, and putting them to better use. Genre: Synthpop. Crystal Castles return with a second self-titled album, embracing a more direct pop sound while retaining the sharp edges that made their debut so compelling. Full Review. Best of 2010. Worst of 2010. Suggest Blurb