"High Roller" features samples of several NASA communications made during the Apollo 8 space mission.
"Trip Like I Do" uses samples from the Jim Henson film The Dark Crystal, and the female vocals heard throughout the song were taken from an answering machine message that Scott Kirkland had received from a woman he met in a club.
"Keep Hope Alive" contains elements from a speech by Jesse Jackson.
"Bad Stone" features samples from two Bill Cosby stand-up routines, "Tonsils" and "Chicken Heart", which were both from his Wonderfulness album.
The Crystal Method celebrated their 10th Anniversary of its debut album Vegas by re-releasing it in a special deluxe version on September 18, 2007. The new version of Vegas is a remastered double disc featuring rare, live, and remixed tracks in addition to the original 10 song album material. Remixes for the deluxe edition come courtesy of Paul Oakenfold, MSTRKRFT, Hyper, Sta, Deadmau5, Koma & Bones, Tom Real vs. The Rogue Element and Myagi. Also included is the original 1993 version of the Vegas single "Comin' Back" with the video for the album version along with the video for "Busy Child." Preceding the deluxe edition's release, "Busy Child [Sta Remix]" was made available on iTunes as of August 28.
"Trip Like I Do" – 7:34
"Busy Child" – 7:25
"Cherry Twist" – 4:25
"High Roller" – 5:29
"Comin' Back" – 5:39
"Keep Hope Alive" – 6:12
"Vapor Trail" – 6:31
"She's My Pusher" – 5:41
"Jaded" – 7:05
"Bad Stone" – 5:09
"Busy Child" (Sta Remix) – 6:43
"Trip Like I Do" (Tom Real vs The Rogue Element Remix) – 7:15
"Busy Child (Sta Remix)" is the first and only one of two official singles released from Vegas (Deluxe Edition). This is one of the better-known remixes from the album. After the release of Vegas (Deluxe Edition), The Crystal Method posted it on their Myspace page, and it remains there today. The single was released on August 28, 2007.
"High Roller (Myagi Remix)" is another popular remix from Vegas (Deluxe Edition). Despite its popularity, it has not been released as a single. The song is known for being used in the trailer for the movie Push. On an internet poll in early 2009, people were asked which of the remixes from Vegas was their favorite. "High Roller (Myagi Remix)" won by a landslide. On the same site that conducted the poll (http://www.thecrystalmethod.org), a contest was set up to ask questions to Myagi himself by the public. He would choose what he thought were the best questions and use those in the interview. People selected could get a chance to get special prizes, like an autographed copy of Myagi's recent album, 3 Years of Sunrise. Even people who submitted questions were put into a drawing for prizes. "High Roller (Myagi Remix)" was also the only other remix from Vegas (Deluxe Edition) to be put on the band's Myspace page after the release of the album, besides "Busy Child (Sta Remix)". Like "Busy Child (Sta Remix)", the song "High Roller (Myagi Remix)" remains on the band's Myspace today.
The cover of the promotional single for the song, "Cherry Twist (Deadmau5 Remix)".
"Cherry Twist (Deadmau5 Remix)" is the second official remix single released from Vegas (Deluxe Edition), remixed by Deadmau5. It was released in 2008 as a promotional single on vinyl. On the side of the vinyl, "Deadmau5" is incorrectly spelled "Deamau5".