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Jul 21, 2019   JasonX   Comments Off on Happy Birthday Juno! 2.   Site, Video

The celebration continues, in this post we’re showing some Juno-inspired music, that you’d probably never heard (of:))!

The first one is “Juno T’s Sailor Pipes” by Martin Thomas Smyczek II. It’s a nice instrumental song, but since it’s not available on YouTube, here’s the link to the artist’s webpage, where you can listen to this song, and many more:

Juno T’s Sailor Pipes (second in the list)

The second is another instrumental piece, Timmy Holiday’s “Juno”. It’s less than 2 minutes, very calming:

The third has lyrics, it’s a more amateur kind of work, and it’s clearly inspired by ‘Year One’, this is “Juno Temple” by Stickasaurus:

There’s a fourth song, but sadly it’s not available to the public anymore. I have it, and it’s called “The Juno Temple Song”, but the artist’s name has been lost through the years. It’s very similar to the third one, except it’s more quiet, and it’s only partially inspired by ‘Year One’, it’s more based on ‘Dirty Girl’.

We hope you’ll enjoy these songs, and if you know about any other music that was inspired by Ms. Temple, don’t hesitate to Tweet it to us!


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