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  1. Nov 08,  · Intro 3 PM · Junkie Xl Radio JXL - A Broadcast From The Computerhell Cabin ℗ The All Blacks B.V. Mixer, Producer: Junkie XL Composer: Rod Chong Composer: T. .
  2. Shortly after buying this CD I also bought Junkie XL's companion album entitled 7am, which is available for download off his website. That one is 19 tracks divided into two discs: 7am - ambient, and 7am - dance. It's just under two hours of additional music, and has some interesting reworkings of the Computer Hell Cabin material.4/4(24).
  3. Radio JXL: A Broadcast from the Computer Hell Cabin is the third studio album by Dutch electronic music producer Junkie XL. Released in , the double album features collaborations with a /5(8).
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  5. Watch the video for Beauty Never Fades from Junkie XL's Radio JXL: A Broadcast from the Computer Hell Cabin for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists.
  6. Beauty Never Fades Lyrics: See a glimpse inside the pool, it's hollow / Come to know a time when he will haunt you / Snapping at my heals made me live / Someone take me back to the angel realm.
  7. Format: 2×CD, Year: , Label: Roadrunner Records (RR ), Barcode: , Length: Release “Radio JXL: A Broadcast From the Computer Hell Cabin” by Junkie XL - MusicBrainz Log In.
  8. On his first album since striking worldwide gold with a remix of Elvis' "A Little Less Conversation," Junkie XL gathers a clever group of collaborators and celebrates the "anything goes" spirit of the digital age. Before you go thinking that Radio JXL is another flashy exercise in excess like the Elvis single, check the excellent "Tennis," a laid-back and loose groover that shows tasteful 6/
  9. Around the same time, his friendship with trance master Sasha led Holkenborg to develop a more progressive house sound. With his newfound clout and direction, Holkenborg recruited a host of superstars to contribute to 's concept album Radio JXL: A Broadcast From the Computer Hell Cabin.

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