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Labyrinth is the sixth studio album released by the multi-genre electronica group Juno Reactor. It was released on October 26, 2004 (2004-10-26) in the United States and on September 29, 2004 (2004-09-29) in Japan.
The album contains several pieces that hold various forms of sound ranging from orchestral, industrial, and techno as well as containing Juno Reactor's trademark tribal sound (possibly as best featured in Conquistador II). The album also features two songs from Watkins' collaboration with The Matrix composer Don Davis on the films The Matrix Reloaded and The Matrix Revolutions, Mona Lisa Overdrive (from Reloaded) and Navras (from Revolutions). The version of Mona Lisa Overdrive is different from that featured on the film's soundtrack. It is shortened from its original time of 10:08 to 4:45 and there are easily noticeable differences in the sound of the bass and tone of the songs. Navras is a loose remix of Davis' song Neodämmerung, yet length remains the same on both soundtracks. One known single of Zwara was released in Japan on November 26, 2003 as a promo.
Gods & Monsters is the seventh album by the electronic goa trance band Juno Reactor. The album was released on April 22, 2008, though Metropolis began shipping it in early April.
Two tracks in the album were originally from the video game The Matrix: Path of Neo. A soundtrack was planned for release in January 2006, but was delayed until March 2006, before the soundtrack release was scrapped. The two tracks are:
Luciana, released in 1994, is the second album by Juno Reactor. It contains only one track, named "Lu.ci-ana" which runs for 61 minutes and 20 seconds. It differs from Juno Reactor's other releases in that it is a more experimental and dark ambient-focused album, compared to their other psytrance works.
The Matrix: Path of Neo - Music from the Video Game is a set of tracks from the video Game The Matrix: Path of Neo.
The game makes very little use of the soundtrack from the movie (it uses small parts of the soundtrack composed by Don Davis and Erik Lundberg from the previous game, Enter the Matrix). Instead it includes several original tracks, featuring artists such as Juno Reactor, Junkie XL and The Crystal Method. It also includes licensed tracks from Dark New Day and Filter. The soundtrack was to be released in January 2006. However the release was delayed until March 2006, and eventually got scrapped.
Most recently, tracks from Path of Neo have been extracted through many means, as a replacement for this soundtrack. Notably, the extracted tracks were mixed differently (because the files the tracks are stored in stores each part of each track as a "sample" for the game to use in a certain situation, although some tracks are hidden in the same place as the game's sound effects) and there were a lot more tracks in these extractions.
Beyond the Infinite is the third album released by the multi-genre encompassing trance group Juno Reactor.
All tracks made by Ben Watkins with collaborators mentioned on the tracklist.
* Hypnotic Records (US) release only.