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Product Details

  • Release Date: 4/22/2008
  • Label: Metropolis Records
  • UPC: 782388053921
  • Catalog Number: 80539
  • Sales rank: 18,317

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Juno Reactor Primary Artist
Steve Stevens Guitar
Mike Garson Piano
Greg Ellis Percussion, Drums
Eduardo Niebla Acoustic Guitar
Ben Watkins Guitar, Keyboards, Vocals
Byron Wallen Trumpet
Taz Alexander Vocals
Tigran Aleksanyan Darbouka, Ney Flute
Yasmin Levy Vocals
Rudy Koppl Drums
Technical Credits
Juno Reactor Composer
Chris Lewis Engineer, Mastering
Ben Watkins Engineer, Percussion Programming
Koji Morimoto Artwork
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  • Posted July 9, 2011

    no lyrics, please

    in my opinion, this is the worst direction juno reactor could go. I know artists change when they want to and that's great, and of course I respect that and blahblahblah I'm just saying that as a jr fan since 'bible of dreams', I no longer care for their (or ben's) new work. Bible of Dreams, Beyond the Infinite, Shango, Transmissions,... that's top notch electronic music the way I like it, and I am EXTREMELY picky with my electronica, actually wouldn't even consider myself a fan of the genre, but early jr is dope do yourself a favor and get everything before, but including, their ep 'Hotaka'

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