Junkie XL ‎– Radio JXL: A Broadcast From The Computer Hell Cabin

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Roadrunner Records ‎– RR 8380-8
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3PM
1-1 Intro 3PM
Written-By – R. Chong*, T. Holkenborg*
0:51
1-2 Crusher
Featuring – SaffronLyrics By – S. Sprackling*Music By – T. Holkenborg*
5:30
1-3 Don't Wake Up Policeman
Composed By [Extract From ' Sleepy Policeman'] – Chris HinzeFeaturing [Vocal Sample] – Peter ToshLyrics By – C. Hinze*, T. Holkenborg*Music By – T. Holkenborg*Performer [Extract From ' Sleepy Policeman'] – Chris Hinze, Peter Tosh, Robbie Shakespeare, Sly Dunbar
4:53
1-4 Reload
Featuring – Dave GahanLyrics By – D. Gahan*Music By – T. Holkenborg*Producer [Vocals], Recorded By [Vocals] – Andrew Phillpot*
4:38
1-5 Spirits
Featuring – SaffronLyrics By – S. Sprackling*Music By – T. Holkenborg*
4:39
1-6 Angels
Featuring [Vocals] – Gary NumanLyrics By – G. Numan*Music By – T. Holkenborg*
4:19
1-7 Perfect Blue Sky
Engineer [Vocal] – Bunny Lake (4)Featuring, Lyrics By – Robert SmithMusic By – T. Holkenborg*
4:11
1-8 Between These Walls
Featuring [Vocals] – AnoukLyrics By – A. Teeuwe*Music By – T. Holkenborg*
4:12
1-9 Access To The Excess
Featuring – Chuck DLyrics By – C. Ridenhour*Music By – T. Holkenborg*
3:28
1-10 Catch Up To My Step
Featuring – Solomon BurkeLyrics By – Candy Burke, KSHS2 Burke*, Solomon BurkeMusic By – T. Holkenborg*
4:13
1-11 Never Alone
Featuring, Lyrics By – Terry HallMusic By – T. Holkenborg*
3:47
1-12 Logos
Featuring – Phil MillsMusic By, Lyrics By – L. Banker*, P. Mills*, T. Holkenborg*
4:29
1-13 Configuring Audio System
Written-By – R. Chong*, T. Holkenborg*
0:27
1-14 Nightmares
Featuring – InfusionLyrics By – F. Xavier*, J. Stevens*, M. Sharrad*, T. Holkenborg*Music By – T. Holkenborg*
3:29
1-15 Beauty Never Fades
Featuring – SaffronLyrics By – S. Sprackling*Music By – T. Holkenborg*
3:48
1-16 Rivers
Featuring – Harland*Lyrics By – Shelley HarlandMusic By – T. Holkenborg*
3:40
1-17 Aqua Man
Featuring – InfusionLyrics By – F. Xavier*, J. Stevens*, M. Sharrad*Music By – T. Holkenborg*
3:00
1-18 Broken
Featuring – Grant NicholasLyrics By – G. Nicholas*Music By – G. Nicholas*, T. Holkenborg*
3:42
1-19 JXL Radio Technical Support
Written-By – R. Chong*, T. Holkenborg*
1:18
3AM
2-1 Intro 3AM
Written-By – R. Chong*, T. Holkenborg*
0:55
2-2 Chilled
Written-By – T. Holkenborg*
2:27
2-3 Dubzilla
Sound Designer [Additional Sound Design], Programmed By – Simon WrightWritten-By – T. Holkenborg*
5:04
2-4 Casio
Written-By – T. Holkenborg*
5:20
2-5 Angels (12 Inch Cut)
Featuring – Gary NumanLyrics By – G. Numan*Music By – T. Holkenborg*
8:17
2-6 Breezer
Sound Designer [Additional Sound Design], Programmed By – Simon WrightWritten-By – A. Coe*, T. Holkenborg*
7:27
2-7 Nudge
Sound Designer [Additional Sound Design], Programmed By – Simon WrightWritten-By – T. Holkenborg*
7:05
2-8 Red
Written-By – T. Holkenborg*
11:00
2-9 Beauty Never Fades (12 Inch Cut)
Featuring – SaffronLyrics By – S. Sprackling*Music By – T. Holkenborg*Sound Designer [Additional Sound Design], Programmed By – Simon Wright
12:35
2-10 Cosmic Cure
Written-By – T. Holkenborg*
8:32
2-11 Rehsurc
Sound Designer [Additional Sound Design], Programmed By – Simon WrightWritten-By – T. Holkenborg*
4:34

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Track 1-3: extracts taken from the original recording of "Sleepy Policeman" composed by Chris Hinze and performed by Chris Hinze, Peter Tosh, Sly Dunbar, Robby Shakespeare and others. Used with kind permission from Keytone Productions B.V. Vocal sample by Chris Hinze used with kind permission of The Tosh Family.

On track 1-3, Peter Tosh is credited as 'Peter Tosh & Friends'

All sonix produced, engineered, mixed, mastered and written at The Computer Hell Cabin Amsterdam.
Artwork for Artifact X.

1-1, 1-13, 1-19, 2-1, 2-2, 2-4, 2-7, 2-8, 2-10, 2-11 Published by Future In Computer Hell Music (BMG Music Publishing B.V.)
1-2, 1-5, 1-7, 1-15, 2-3, 2-9 Published by Future In Computer Hell Music (BMG Music Publishing B.V.) and BMG Music Publishing B.V.
1-3 Published by Future In Computer Hell Music (BMG Music Publishing B.V.) and Keytone Music. Extracts used with kind permission from Keystone Productions B.V. Vocal sample from Peter Tosh used with kind permission of The Tosh Family.
1-4 Published by Future In Computer Hell Music (BMG Music Publishing B.V.) and Copyright Control. Dave Gahan appears courtesy of Mute Records Limited.
1-6 Published by Future In Computer Hell Music (BMG Music Publishing B.V.) and Numan Music Ltd. Gary Numan appears courtesy of Jagged Halo.
1-8 Published by Future In Computer Hell Music (BMG Music Publishing B.V.) and TBM International C.V. Anouk appears courtesy of Dino Music B.V.
1-9 Published by Future In Computer Hell Music (BMG Music Publishing B.V.) and Terrordome Music Publishing Adm. by Reach Global Songs (BMI).
1-10 Published by Future In Computer Hell Music (BMG Music Publishing B.V.) and Candy’s House Of Music (BMI). Solomon Burke appears courtesy of Fat Possom Records/Anti, Inc.
1-11 Published by Future In Computer Hell Music (BMG Music Publishing B.V.) and BMG Music Publishing B.V. Terry Hall appears courtesy of Honest Jon Records.
1-12 Published by Future In Computer Hell Music (BMG Music Publishing B.V.) and Copyright Control.
1-14, 1-17 Published by Future In Computer Hell Music (BMG Music Publishing B.V.) and Copyright Control. Infusion appears courtesy of TSAR Management.
1-16 Published by Future In Computer Hell Music (BMG Music Publishing B.V.) and Chrysalis Music.
1-18 Published by Future In Computer Hell Music (BMG Music Publishing B.V.) and Universal Music Publishing Ltd. Grant Nicholas of Feeder appears courtesy of The Echo Label, Ltd.
2-5 Published by Future In Computer Hell Music (BMG Music Publishing B.V.) and Numan Music Ltd.
2-6 Published by Future In Computer Hell Music (BMG Music Publishing B.V.) and EMI Music Publishing Ltd. Sasha appears courtesy of BMG UK.

℗ 2003 The All Blacks B.V. © 2003 The All Blacks B.V.
Issued under licence to Roadrunner Records from The All Blacks B.V.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 0 16861 83808 9
  • Rights Society: STEMRA
  • Label Code: LC 09231
  • Matrix / Runout (3PM - Variant 1, 2 & 3): manufactured by optimal media production A381184-01
  • Mastering SID Code (3PM - Variant 1, 2 & 3): ifpi L571
  • Mould SID Code (3PM - Variant 1 & 2): IFPI 9711
  • Mould SID Code (3PM - Variant 3): IFPI 9708
  • Matrix / Runout (3AM - Variant 1, 2 & 3): manufactured by optimal media production A381185-02
  • Mastering SID Code (3AM - Variant 1, 2 & 3): ifpi L571
  • Mould SID Code (3AM - Variant 1): IFPI 9705
  • Mould SID Code (3AM - Variant 2): IFPI 9702
  • Mould SID Code (3AM - Variant 3): IFPI 9710

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BigBeat25

BigBeat25

December 29, 2015

Having known Junkie XL through his two first OUTSTANDING albums "Saturday Teenage Kick" and "Big Sounds Of The Drags", which respectively came out in 1997 and 1999, I have to say that "Radio JXL" is a rather good album, in spite of having been disappointed at the first listening.
This third opus produced by Tom Holkenborg under the "Junkie XL" moniker marks the transition between the late 90's big beat style and modern easy-listening dance music which can be found in the following albums "Today", "Booming Back At You" and with smaller dose in "Synthesized".
By this way, we have an album which is more accessible than the previous ones, although it still has a bit power from Junkie's earlier work, like for example in "Nudge", which is my personal favorite track.
There are two CDs on this album. The first one is called "3PM" and consists of those dance music tracks with many guest singers such as Saffron from Republica, Dave Gahan from Depeche Mode, Chuck D from Public Enemy and Anouk with her beautiful voice in "Between These Walls". And the second one is called "3AM" and is mostly composed of progressive house tracks which will be prefered by the fans of Junkie's two first CDs instead of the "3PM" one, in my opinion.
The mastermind of the soundtrack of "Mad Max: Fury Road" is also responsible for "Radio JXL: A Broadcast From The Computer Hell Cabin". Who would have believed that ?
As far as I'm concerned, I think it's the last acceptable album of Junkie XL. Nevertheless I won't recommend it because the wild dynamism, that Prodigy style which used to characterize STK and BSOTD has disappeared... forever.
semur01

semur01

February 17, 2015

Out of comparing this album with the other ones that JXL has made, this is such a great work! It's a perfect album to put on play as background music when you are working on anything in your computer.

The different music genres and the exquisite sound of every mixed track makes everything a fine work which worth it all; and when you notice the unique composition that JXL brings, surrounded by a perfectly leveled arrangement, you think: "this actually has content and dedication in it!".

So, be open minded (musically) and enjoy this album as the whole universe that it is by itself.
eskolaah

eskolaah

September 19, 2004
edited over 12 years ago

Boring album. JXL released two great albums (Saturday Teenage Kick and Big Sounds Of Drags), but this album was huge disappoinment to me. Too many guest vocals ruined this album. Come on Tommy... get Rudeboy back to this project and write kicks ass tunes with nasty beats which you're famous for.

On the other hand, JXL released same time MP3 album called "7AM" and that is a brilliant record. Get that instead of this record.