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Originally formed out of the Goa vibe of the early 90's, Juno Reactor continues to improve music with impressive beats and trancey sonic vibes. At the time the band consisted of Ben Watkins, and Stefan Holwick (Total Eclipse) who collaborated to produce an intense experimental ambient soundtrack to go along with performance and sculpture artist Norma Fletcher's "The Missile ... Read more in Amazon's Juno Reactor Store

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  • Audio CD (March 4, 2003)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Metropolis Records
  • ASIN: B00008AY59
  • Average Customer Review: 3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #351,207 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. High Energy Protons
2. Laughing Gas
3. Rotorblade
4. Feel The Universe
5. God Is God
6. Conga Fury
7. Komit
8. Pistolero
9. Hylelam
10. Masters Of The Universe
11. Hotaka

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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Bluejack on January 10, 2005
Format: Audio CD
Others have pointed out that this collection has nothing that is not available elsewhere. There is no reason for fans of Juno Reactor to purchase this album. Even the "original" cut of Hotaka is available on a single that most fans either already own or will want to own.

Another major disappointment is that the collection comes with no liner notes, not background on the group. One thing I usually like about "best of" compilations are the commentaries or documentary materials that provide additional insight into the music, the members of the band, their evolving place in history. This CD has absolutely nothing of the sort. It might as well be a home-burned mix disc.

As for an intro album, I guess it's a reasonable selection. It *does* include many of the pieces that I would put on my own personal best-of. But again, it has been pointed out that if you like this kind of music, Juno Reactor is *so* good that you are going to want to own every original anyway. There is no original album, no "single" that is in any way disappointing. In fact, this album is the only time I have ever been disappointed by Juno Reactor, and that's only because there is not one atom of original material, musical or otherwise, in the package.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Aragorn Marsden on May 10, 2004
Format: Audio CD
Over the years, Juno Reactor has been the center of a lot of attention, a rare feat for such a quality electronic band. With original works for several movies such as Mortal Kombat, Lost in Space, and the prestigious (yet disappointing) Matrix Reloaded/Revolutions, Juno Reactor now has the eyes and ears of the world, and as such, it would be logical to release a compilation of their (well, Ben Watkins's - Alleged Juno Reactor `pivotal member') past works, which in contrast to the advertised "Celebrating 10 Years".
Odyssey effectively outlines Juno Reactor's career by featuring popular songs from their previous albums. As a Juno Reactor fan, I could spend a decent amount of time talking about how I think other songs should have been put on the album, but all things considered, the selection accurately portrays Juno Reactor's talent, and sheer variety in different music styles. Few other artists can meander through different genres as easily and naturally as Juno Reactor (Ben Watkins), and Odyssey begins with such pivotal Psy-Trance tracks, suck as "Feel The Universe" and "Rotorblade" of who's hard-hitting nature, and vague industrial feel more at home in Matrix films, rather than the dance floor.
The album progresses into Juno Reactor's more natural feel, with the popular jungle/tribes piece "Conga Fury" (featured in the "Animatrix" short "Final Flight of the Osiris"), and than moving on into Pistolero, a western themed song about a woman who is in love with a Bank Robber, complete with Spanish guitar.
Fans of Juno Reactor probably own the albums that include all of the above, suggesting once again that Odyssey is meant more as an introduction to the world of Juno Reactor.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Stephen Pieczatkowski on October 3, 2004
Format: Audio CD
I first came across Juno Reactor on the soundtrack to the movie "Virtuosity" with "Samurai". Most recently since getting this CD I've been looking to expand my collection of their music. With any "Best Of" CD it's going to be hard to put together something that everyone will like since we all have our favorites. This CD does a decent job of putting some of the good songs and different styles of Juno Reactor together, but like most, I feel that some better ones were left out. I would have pulled ones like "Feel The Universe", "Komit", and "Hule Lam" and put in any of the following songs: "Swamp Thing", "Haguya Hime", "Childeren of the Night", "Contact", "10,000 Miles", Guardian Angel", "Ice Cube", and "Samurai". Still this introduces anyone new or familiar with Juno Reactor and the new song "Hotaka" isn't too bad at all.
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