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

Double album from DJ who gave Elvis his 30th UK No 1 last year

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Aimed squarely at the charts, packed with potential singles and a pantheon of guest vocalists (including Peter Tosh, Gary Numan, Chuck D, Terry Hall, Solomon Burke and Republica’s Saffron), Dutch DJ Tom “Junkie XL” Holkenborg’s third album is spirited stuff. Based around the concept of a virtual pirate radio station and spread over two CDs (3AM and 3PM), this tech-house extravaganza is not quite in the same league as Underworld or The Chemical Brothers but great fun nevertheless?expect to hear the Solomon Burke collaboration “Catch Up To My Step” blaring out of passing cars all summer long.

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