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Labyrinth

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Conquistador I
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Conquistador II
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Giant
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Wardogs
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Mona Lisa Overdrive
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Zwara
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Mutant Message
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Angels And Men
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Navras
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 9   Total Length: 53:55

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Juno Reactor are best known for their over the top cinematic trance epics utilized in equally overwrought action adventure films like The Matrix: Reloaded and The Matrix: Revolution, and the sweeping strings that open their sixth full-length album in just over a decade instigate a familiar rush for those who like their adventure administered with a fair amount of sci-fi/fantasy flair. But the warm-up of “Conquistador I” is so long, as it pulls back from digital orchestration to ethnic guitar meandering, that when the industrial-techno stomp of “Conquistador II” finally kicks in, it is almost jarring. It is also one of the few moments that Juno Reactor isn’t kicking video game butt, as “Giant” hits even harder with Reece basslines pilfered from the darker side of jungle and “War Dogs” fully warps into an electronic metal band, albeit one with some kitchy world music leanings. This all-genre stomp of course finds its apex in “Mona Lisa Overdrive” and “Navaras,” the two tracks taken from the Matrix films, remixed here but still shameless in their cathartic orchestral epiphanies. Only the dirge of “Angels and Men” offers reprieve for an entire song, although blaze-and-smolder dynamics are one of the group’s specialties throughout. Those who loved Juno Reactor for their hyperdrive psychedelic trance of yore may or may not appreciate this direction taken in earnest since 2000′s Shango. But perhaps a new generation raised on Xbox adrenalin blasts can handle the shock’n'awe. – Joshua Glazer

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