Today (Junkie XL album)

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ReleasedApril 18, 2006
Genre Electronica
Label Ultra Records
Producer Junkie XL
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Today is the fourth album by electronic music producer Junkie XL (Tom Holkenborg). It was released in 2006 and features vocals by Nathan Mader and acoustic guitar by Holkenborg on several tracks.

Honey is dedicated to and named after the mother of Holkenborg's former fiance.

Track listing

3."Such A Tease"5:52
5."Drift Away"4:54
6."I've Got A Xerox To Copy"5:54
7."Even In This Moment"1:53
10."We Become One"4:46


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