Juno Reactor’s Bible of Dreams makes you feel like you’ve entered The Matrix, or better yet, a trippy, space western – think Firefly, but if Hunter S. Thompson wrote it in one of his more mescaline-induced, philosophical moods with the assistance of Ennio Morricone. Bible of Dreams is globally-influenced, hypnotic trance that works equally well on the dance floor as it does on soundtracks. Don’t be fooled by the mellow opening minutes of “Jardia de Cecile.” The drums kick in about half way through this first track and only get steadier and heavier throughout the album. Then tribal chanting and ethereal samples bring an expansive spirituality, while a strong bassline anchors Bible of Dreams to this mortal coil.
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