Gods and Monsters (Juno Reactor album)

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Gods & Monsters
Gods & Monsters.jpg
Studio album by Juno Reactor
Genre Electronic
Length 57:09
Label Metropolis Records
Juno Reactor chronology
Labyrinth
(2004)
Gods & Monsters
(2008)
Inside the Reactor
(2011)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Blogcritics (positive) [1]
Popmatters 8/10 stars [2]
ReGen 4/5 stars [3]

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.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Inca Steppa" – 7:45
  2. "Tokyo Dub" – 7:07
  3. "Las Vegas Future Past" – 5:59
  4. "Mind Of The Free" – 6:10
  5. "Immaculate Crucifixion" – 7:40
  6. "City Of The Sinful" – 4:43
  7. "Tanta Pena" – 5:50
  8. "The Perfect Crime (Superman)" – 6:24
  9. "Pretty Girl" – 5:27

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:

  • "City of the Sinful" was originally used in the video game as "Ever Had a Dream?"
  • "Immaculate Crucifixion" was originally "Multiple Smiths", the track played during the Burly Brawl.

Personnel[edit]

  • Artwork Design - Squalis
  • Artwork Illustration - Koji Morimoto
  • Bass - Dr. Das
  • Drum Programming - Ramjac
  • Drum Programming, Guitar, Keyboards, Engineer - Ben Watkins
  • Additional Drums - Django
  • Drums, Percussion - Greg Ellis, Mabi Thobejane
  • Engineer - Adz, Chris Lewis
  • Guitar - Sugizo
  • Keyboards - Scarlet
  • Sonar - Rudy Koppl
  • Sound Forager - Xavier Morel
  • Piano - Mike Garson
  • Trumpet in Las Vegas Future Past - Byron Wallen
  • Guitar in City Of The Sinful - Steve Stevens
  • Darduk Flute, ney and zorn in Tanta Pena - Tigran Aleksanyan
  • Acoustic guitar in Perfect Crime - Eduardo Niebla
  • Vocals in Perfect Crime and Pretty Girl - Ben Watkins
  • Vocals in Inca Steppa, Tokyo Dub, Mind Of The Free and City Of The Sinful - Ghetto Priest
  • Female vocals in Inca Steppa, Perfect Crime and Pretty Girl - Taz Alexander
  • Vocals in City Of The Sinful - Angelica
  • Vocals in Tanta Pena - Yasmin Levy
  • Written-By, Producer - Juno Reactor

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Music Review: Juno Reactor - Gods and Monsters - Blogcritics Music". Blogcritics.org. Retrieved 2012-02-18. 
  2. ^ Ranta, Alan. "Juno Reactor: Gods and Monsters < PopMatters". Popmatters.com. Retrieved 2012-02-18. 
  3. ^ [1] Archived May 8, 2008, at the Wayback Machine.

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