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Juno Reactor - 'Imagination, Use It As A Weapon', the legendary soundscapes of the electronic music pioneers, 1993- 2000. Five classic albums newly mastered in one set: 'Transmissions', 'Luciana', 'Beyond the Infinite', 'Bible of Dreams' and 'Shango'. Includes a print signed by frontman Ben Watkins Includes music featured in the films The Matrix Reloaded, The Animatrix, Once Upon a Time in Mexico and Mortal Kombat Annihilation Composer, producer, musician and performer Ben Watkins is an essential innovator of modern electronic music and a pioneer of Trance. Over the course of nearly 30 years, Watkins has created a unique driving fusion of electronica, orchestral and global music executed on an epic & symphonic scale. As well as releasing a string of influential albums as Juno Reactor, Watkins' tracks have been placed in numerous high-profile feature films, television programmes and computer games and Ben Watkins composed large sections of the original score for the films The Matrix Reloaded and The Matrix Revolutions, as well as composing the entire orchestral score for Japanese anime feature film Brave Story. Juno Reactor was formed as an art project in 1990. Ben Watkins wanted to collaborate with other artists, producing exciting projects that were not commercially driven. He wanted to create experimental music and non-musical soundtracks that would work with installations, art pieces, and film projects. Juno Reactor released their first single, 'Laughing Gas', in 1993 on the NovaMute label. This was soon followed by their debut album, 'Transmissions'. Later, the band released Luciana on Alex Paterson's (The Orb) Inter-Modo label. Juno Reactor left NovaMute and Inter-Modo in 1995 and signed with the UK label B' Room to release the single 'Guardian Angel'. Their album 'Beyond the Infinite' was released in 1995. The 1997 'Bible of Dreams' was Juno Reactor's fourth album. It had a very different sound from the group's previous albums, and moved away from the traditional dance beats by implementing tribal influences. Watkins collaborated with Amampondo, a traditional South African percussion act, on the single 'Conga Fury'. Watkins and Amampondo went on a five-week tour of the US, opening for Moby. In 1998, Juno Reactor played a live set with Amampondo at Glastonbury Festival. Watkins released the fifth Juno Reactor album, Shango, in 2000. It was the first of his albums on Metropolis Records. The first track from the album, 'Pistolero', was a collaboration with Billy Idol's guitarist, Steve Stevens. The track was featured during the trailer for the movie Once Upon a Time in Mexico, as well as in the film itself. Juno Reactor's stunning live performances are global, Burning Man (USA), Glastonbury (UK), Roskilde (Denmark), Fuji Rock (Japan), The Glade (UK), Boom (Portugal), Ozora (Hungary), Summer Sonic (Japan) BoomTown Fair (UK), and many more.
Juno Reactor - 'Imagination, Use It As A Weapon', the legendary soundscapes of the electronic music pioneers, 1993- 2000. Five classic albums newly mastered in one set: 'Transmissions', 'Luciana', 'Beyond the Infinite', 'Bible of Dreams' and 'Shango'. Includes a print signed by frontman Ben Watkins Includes music featured in the films The Matrix Reloaded, The Animatrix, Once Upon a Time in Mexico and Mortal Kombat Annihilation Composer, producer, musician and performer Ben Watkins is an essential innovator of modern electronic music and a pioneer of Trance. Over the course of nearly 30 years, Watkins has created a unique driving fusion of electronica, orchestral and global music executed on an epic & symphonic scale. As well as releasing a string of influential albums as Juno Reactor, Watkins' tracks have been placed in numerous high-profile feature films, television programmes and computer games and Ben Watkins composed large sections of the original score for the films The Matrix Reloaded and The Matrix Revolutions, as well as composing the entire orchestral score for Japanese anime feature film Brave Story. Juno Reactor was formed as an art project in 1990. Ben Watkins wanted to collaborate with other artists, producing exciting projects that were not commercially driven. He wanted to create experimental music and non-musical soundtracks that would work with installations, art pieces, and film projects. Juno Reactor released their first single, 'Laughing Gas', in 1993 on the NovaMute label. This was soon followed by their debut album, 'Transmissions'. Later, the band released Luciana on Alex Paterson's (The Orb) Inter-Modo label. Juno Reactor left NovaMute and Inter-Modo in 1995 and signed with the UK label B' Room to release the single 'Guardian Angel'. Their album 'Beyond the Infinite' was released in 1995. The 1997 'Bible of Dreams' was Juno Reactor's fourth album. It had a very different sound from the group's previous albums, and moved away from the traditional dance beats by implementing tribal influences. Watkins collaborated with Amampondo, a traditional South African percussion act, on the single 'Conga Fury'. Watkins and Amampondo went on a five-week tour of the US, opening for Moby. In 1998, Juno Reactor played a live set with Amampondo at Glastonbury Festival. Watkins released the fifth Juno Reactor album, Shango, in 2000. It was the first of his albums on Metropolis Records. The first track from the album, 'Pistolero', was a collaboration with Billy Idol's guitarist, Steve Stevens. The track was featured during the trailer for the movie Once Upon a Time in Mexico, as well as in the film itself. Juno Reactor's stunning live performances are global, Burning Man (USA), Glastonbury (UK), Roskilde (Denmark), Fuji Rock (Japan), The Glade (UK), Boom (Portugal), Ozora (Hungary), Summer Sonic (Japan) BoomTown Fair (UK), and many more.
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1. High Energy Protons
2. The Heavens
3. Luna-Tic
4. Contact
5. Acid Moon
6. 10,000 Miles
7. Laughing Gas
8. Man to Ray
9. Landing
10. Luciana
11. Guardian Angel
12. Magnetic
13. Ice Cube
14. Feel the Universe
15. Samurai
16. Silver
17. Rotablade
18. Mars
19. Jardin de Cecile
20. Conga Fury
21. God Is God
22. Komit
23. Swampthing
24. Kaguya Hime
25. Children of the Night
26. Shark
27. Pistolero
28. Hulelam
29. Insects
30. Badimo
31. Masters of the Universe
32. Nitrogen Part One
33. Nitrogen Part Two
34. Solaris
35. Song for Ancestors

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Juno Reactor - 'Imagination, Use It As A Weapon', the legendary soundscapes of the electronic music pioneers, 1993- 2000. Five classic albums newly mastered in one set: 'Transmissions', 'Luciana', 'Beyond the Infinite', 'Bible of Dreams' and 'Shango'. Includes a print signed by frontman Ben Watkins Includes music featured in the films The Matrix Reloaded, The Animatrix, Once Upon a Time in Mexico and Mortal Kombat Annihilation Composer, producer, musician and performer Ben Watkins is an essential innovator of modern electronic music and a pioneer of Trance. Over the course of nearly 30 years, Watkins has created a unique driving fusion of electronica, orchestral and global music executed on an epic & symphonic scale. As well as releasing a string of influential albums as Juno Reactor, Watkins' tracks have been placed in numerous high-profile feature films, television programmes and computer games and Ben Watkins composed large sections of the original score for the films The Matrix Reloaded and The Matrix Revolutions, as well as composing the entire orchestral score for Japanese anime feature film Brave Story. Juno Reactor was formed as an art project in 1990. Ben Watkins wanted to collaborate with other artists, producing exciting projects that were not commercially driven. He wanted to create experimental music and non-musical soundtracks that would work with installations, art pieces, and film projects. Juno Reactor released their first single, 'Laughing Gas', in 1993 on the NovaMute label. This was soon followed by their debut album, 'Transmissions'. Later, the band released Luciana on Alex Paterson's (The Orb) Inter-Modo label. Juno Reactor left NovaMute and Inter-Modo in 1995 and signed with the UK label B' Room to release the single 'Guardian Angel'. Their album 'Beyond the Infinite' was released in 1995. The 1997 'Bible of Dreams' was Juno Reactor's fourth album. It had a very different sound from the group's previous albums, and moved away from the traditional dance beats by implementing tribal influences. Watkins collaborated with Amampondo, a traditional South African percussion act, on the single 'Conga Fury'. Watkins and Amampondo went on a five-week tour of the US, opening for Moby. In 1998, Juno Reactor played a live set with Amampondo at Glastonbury Festival. Watkins released the fifth Juno Reactor album, Shango, in 2000. It was the first of his albums on Metropolis Records. The first track from the album, 'Pistolero', was a collaboration with Billy Idol's guitarist, Steve Stevens. The track was featured during the trailer for the movie Once Upon a Time in Mexico, as well as in the film itself. Juno Reactor's stunning live performances are global, Burning Man (USA), Glastonbury (UK), Roskilde (Denmark), Fuji Rock (Japan), The Glade (UK), Boom (Portugal), Ozora (Hungary), Summer Sonic (Japan) BoomTown Fair (UK), and many more.
        
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