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Junkie XL (also known as JXL) is musician Tom Holkenborg, born in Lichtenvoorde, The Netherlands on 8 December 1967. After producing and touring with the Dutch group Weekend at Waikiki, together with Phil Mills he founded the industrial band Nerve and released 2 albums (1993 and 1995). After he and Chris Hinze under name A Forest called Mulu recorded trip-hop/ambient album and began writing his own tracks as Junkie XL…

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  • http://jeszczenie.pl/junkie-xl-radio-jxl/
  • @AreYouKillingMe трейлер EVE Online
  • first album is A.M.A.Z.I.N.G.
  • Metal cover of Brothers in Arms (not that it wasn't already) by [artist]Little V[/artist]: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LCIY41hopq4 https://soundcloud.com/littlevmills/mad-max-brothers-in-arms-epic-rock-cover
  • Yeahh!)))
  • Please merge [artist]Tom Holkenborg[/artist], [artist]Tom Holkenborg (Junkie XL)[/artist] & [artist] Tom Holkenborg aka Junkie XL[/artist] into this one.
  • Fuusoku City <3
  • The Mad Max OST was só intense with every scene that came!
  • 'For Miller, the movie theatre is a place of enchantment—a “sanctum.” Miller claims that cinema can be understood as “a kind of public dreaming,” analogous to the songlines of Indigenous Australian creation myths. Movies, he claims, “sing us into being.” In comparing film to songlines, Miller relates how he conceives of film as “visual music.” Fascinated by how the art form allows the creator to take “little bits of celluloid and join them together like notes on a piano,” he cut his first feature, Mad Max, to be “a piece of visual rock and roll.”' https://thedissolve.com/features/exposition/1026-for-mad-maxs-george-miller-all-roads-lead-to-myth-/ Bit more literal this time. And more awesome. What a union of sound and film.
  • I bloody love his soundtrack for Mad Max.

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