I pretty much agree with each and every one of the responses to this post. Sometimes I like a mix of trance in with industrial. if it is done right it works. And I know its done right when it makes me ride hard on my mountain bike.
I sure will be on the hunt to explore that Juno reactor Mona Lisa Overdrive. The book was almost as good as Neuromancer. And that happens to be one of the best reads I have ever done. Before I found DG I used to stream in Proton Radio. Yet my industrial roots keeps me on DG now always. However. I sure dont mind when a good trancy beat is mixed in with industrial. To each their own ehh.
Eehh, what book? Mona Lisa Overdrive is from the Matrix reloaded soundtrack.
That soundtrack came years after the book was written. Mona Lisa Overdrive is William Gibsons second book which came after Neuromancer. And both books are fukin great. Burning Chrome was his third book and then Virtual Light Burning Chrome is a book of his short stories. Back in the 80's when I read Neuromancer. I had to start reading it about 4 times so I could understand the techy language he was writting about. Kind of like the way he coined the term cyberspace for the world to use. In Neuromancer, the internet was refered to as the matrix. Or something like that. But back in the 80's. Neuromancer was about the best science fiction that I have ever read and Gibson sure did forcast the computer world the way it is now back then.
And I must not leave out the fact of fiction that he also forcast the way the computer world will be in the future when humans can get wet plants into a hardrive. Yet that was pretty much covered in the matrix movies. If you read Neuromancer. You will really understand what the matrix is all about and there is a shit hot cool killer chick that has razor nails to extend and kill with.