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Juno Reactor - the Golden Sun of the Great Ea [2013] screenshot
Electronic, Trance | 2013 | MP3 VBR~256 | 120mb
I was just thinking about them the other day, and here we have it - a new album.
Whether you like it or not, this is a legendary band.

Juno Reactor is a musical and performing act known for their cinematic fusion of electronic, orchestral, and global music, collaborating with composer Don Davis and composing for the musical score of The Matrix film series. Central to the project is Ben Watkins and his collaborations with a constantly changing ensemble of musicians from across the world, including percussionist Mabi Thobejane from South Africa, along with countrymen Amampondo, Eduardo Niebla, Steve Stevens, Greg Ellis, Taz Alexander, Ghetto Priest, Sugizo, Yasmin Levy, Budgie (drummer) and recently Hamsika Iyer, Mali Mazel and Maggie Hikri.

01. Final Frontier
02. Invisible
03. Guillotine
04. Trans Siberian
05. Shine
06. Tempest
07. Zombie
08. To Byculla
09. Playing With Fire

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  Resident 25.04.2012 74 7710
Yeah Juno Reactor is awesome. I've been into them since their first album Transmissions which was 1993 if I remember correctly. They also worked with Don Davis in composing the score of The Matrix Trilogy as well as many other awesome flicks.
“Never underestimate the power of stupid people in large groups.”
  Resident 16.06.2012 55
i've been hooked since hearing "jungle high"the OUR HOUSE REMIX Man, that break staring at 3:35 through the build back into the jungle high vx..AAAAH yeah, gives me flash backs to the trippin days.
  Resident 2.05.2011 321
They are made theme song for japanese horror movie "Jyu On"

commcercial successful TV-CF coupling/with on cds.
  Resident 22.05.2011 478
First time...first impressions thanks for sharing ;)
in btw very cool the MEGAlink
  Resident 4.11.2010 1 1077
Really nice stuff, like Shpongle, Banco de Gaia or Raja Ram - true masters of their art.
  Resident 15.04.2013 26 277
@Saint: thanks man for the mind warp! reminds me of the late 90's and the end of the true rave scene.. good times!!! warehouses at 5 am with 5000 kids on drugs

@dokx1: wow, havent heard or thought of Shpongle the group for a while, thanks for reminding me
anti-music for a lost generation
  Banned 24.10.2011 3 1070
Last "apollo 440" is a gem too :D

Thanks !
  Resident 15.09.2010 107
Shocking! I Played this for my neighbour Jean Michelle Jarre and straight away we noticed from the first track the train noises were stolen from his third album 'Magnetic Fields'. How could such nice people nowadays steal sounds from other peoples albums? I know I invented 'scratch' or hippity hop music because my gramophone wouldn't work properly and I moved the turntable by hand until one day I started to get the withdrawl shakes causing certain parts of the records to repeat. Then when I was in the punk band "Vomit, Scabies & Butterflies" playing my stylophone teeth-brace I got powerful electric shocks that scrambled my brain and later I started to complain and sing parts of other people's songs while Smegma Halitosis (the drummer) was doing his 15 minute drum solo's. This was copied by many and called rap.
Anyway Juno reactor will certainly get a stiff letter from me and Mr.Jarre.
Love always especially for the uploaders,
Your favourite Granny, Minnie Bannister (99 years young)
Great big slobbery toothless drooling kisses >8-{} xxxxxxxxxxxx
  Resident 24.05.2009 111
I assume you're not 104 now, and you are indeed tits up. RIP

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