Beyond the Infinite

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Beyond The Infinite
Studio album by Juno Reactor
Released October 1, 1995 (UK) April 17, 1996 (Japan/US)
Genre Electronic, goa trance, trance
Length 67:23
Label Blue Room Released (UK)
Producer Juno Reactor
Juno Reactor chronology
Luciana
(1994)
Beyond the Infinite
(1995)
Bible of Dreams
(1997)

Beyond the Infinite is the third album released by the multi-genre encompassing trance group Juno Reactor.

Track listing[edit]

All tracks made by Ben Watkins with collaborators mentioned on the tracklist.

  1. "Guardian Angel" - 7:11 (with Mike Maguire)
  2. "Magnetic" - 8:08 (with Paul Jackson)
  3. "Ice Cube" - 7:03 (with Paul Jackson, Mike Maguire)
  4. "Feel The Universe" - 7:39 (with Johann Bley, Stephen Holweck, Mike Maguire)
  5. "Razorback"* - 6:55 (with Mike Maguire, Paul Jackson)
  6. "Samurai" - 8:17 (with Johann Bley)
  7. "Silver" - 6:36 (with Mike Maguire)
  8. "Rotorblade" - 8:19 (with Jens Waldebäck)
  9. "Mars" - 7:10 (with Stephen Holweck, Mike Maguire)

* Hypnotic Records (US) release only.

Samples[edit]

  • The song "Feel the Universe" contains a sample of Kyle MacLachlan murmuring, "I feel the universe functioning perfectly..." This sample is from Oliver Stone's film The Doors.
  • "Rotorblade" contains another Kyle MacLachlan sample, "Some thoughts have a certain sound," from the David Lynch film Dune.
  • "Guardian Angel" contains a sample of Burt Lancaster from The Swimmer. "Is there anything you want, anything at all.
  • "Ice Cube" contains a sample of George Sanders as Mr. Freeze from the original Batman series saying "The ice cube crumbles."

Personnel[edit]

  • Produced by Juno Reactor
  • Ben Watkins - Producer
  • Mike Maguire - Co-Producer
  • Otto The Barbarian - Engineering
  • Kevin Metcalfe - Mastering
  • Nahoko Sasada - Vocals
  • Simon Ghahary - Artwork, Design
  • Simon Watkins - Artwork

Trivia[edit]

  • Track "Guardian Angel" is the opening theme in the Texnolyze anime. It is also used in one of the final battles in the martial arts adventure movie Drive.

See also[edit]

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