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Juno Reactor Pistolero (Astrix remix)

HOMmega official on October 22, 2012 16:19

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    Juno Reactor is a musical and performing act known for the cinematic fusion of electronic, orchestral, and global music. Central to the project is Ben Watkins and his collaborations with a constantly changing ensemble of musicians from across the world. "Pistolero" is a song done in a collaboration between Ben Watkins and Steve Stevens (guitarist for Billy Idol), recorded and released on their 5th album "Shango" (2000). The song opened up an entirely new direction for Juno Reactor and was featured during the trailer for the movie "Once Upon a Time in Mexico", as well as the film itself and is subsequently included on the film's soundtrack release. It also featured in "Jet Moto 3" and "Sugar & Spice" and is the background music of the Israeli TV Spanish Football League Matches.

    In tribute to this great band who is still a leading force in the electronic music genre, HOMmega has taken on the task of reviving this eternal song with up to date interpretations executed by its finest producers: Astrix, Sub6, Chakra and Mr. Black.

    This release is not to be missed!

    Released by: HOMmega official
    Release/catalogue number: HMHD45
    Release date: Nov 5, 2012

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