Not many bands can claim they can cross many musical boundaries with the ease that Juno Reactor has. Trance, techno, industrial, pop, rock, dance, and world Juno Reactor has touched them all. Their newest release, “Odyssey 1992-2002,” is a celebration of their on-going achievements. Featuring the best of the best Juno Reactor tracks from all of their albums, as well the newest track, “Hotaka,” it highlights some of the most interesting collaborators that the band has ever worked with. It's Juno Reactor doing what they have always done and what they do best - pushing the music in new directions and constantly challenging the concept of what an electronic-based band should be and sound like. Look out for Juno Reactor's Ben Watkins on the score of the upcoming blockbuster “Matrix 2!”
supported by 5 fans who also own “Odyssey 1992-2002”
There is plenty to experience on WarMech, because the album really does have its moments. There are plenty of cool tracks on this album that definitely keep going.
Top hits like "Force Carrier" and "Molotov" are really good and hit it well. Other, more constructive and atmosphere-enhancing tracks like "The Eminent" also sound quite impressive.
And the album closes strongly with the two great tracks "Earthriser" and "Creator". FLA rules and hits it again with this great follow-up of AirMech! corvischristi
supported by 4 fans who also own “Odyssey 1992-2002”
FLA is a SONIC ELECTRONIC BULLDOZER. That's about the most concise way I can describe how this album feels to me.
'Alone' is hands down my top pick here, although I do find 'Rubber Tube Gag' sticking in my brain a lot, too.
My one criticism (constructive of course) is that sometimes the lyrics feel underinspired, but it's not a big issue in the grander context of this otherwise excellent album. This one definitely grows on you, too. Good stuff, and solidly recommended.
Long live FLA! Benjamin Crockett