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Old 05-19-2010, 11:14 AM   #1
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Pendulum - Immersion

1. Genesis
2. Salt In The Wounds
3. Watercolour
4. Set Me On Fire
5. Crush
6. Under The Waves
7. Immunize (feat Liam Howlett)
8. The Island - Pt I (Dawn)
9. The Island - Pt II (Dusk)
11.The Vulture
13.Self Vs Self (feat In Flames)
14.The Fountain (feat Steven Wilson)

Pendulum made one of the biggest breakthroughs of the 2000s with their hit album
In Silico. Having sold over one million records worldwide, the band completed a
sell out Academy tour in 2008 and went on to smash the international festival
circuit in summer 2009 with killer appearances at Glastonbury, Download, V and
Global Gathering to name a few. Both Pendulum studio albums to date-In Silico
and the band's debut Hold Your Colour-have gone Platinum.

Immersion's lead single "Watercolour" heralds a glorious evolution in the
Pendulum sound. Now utilising a richer sonic tapestry than ever before,
"Watercolour" finds Rob Swire's vocals alternating between eerie distortion and
full-blooded energy amidst flourishes of horns and an atmospheric, tension
building breakdown. The track's progressive structure highlight's Pendulum's
continuing development in constructing contrasting dynamics.
Great cd... More In Silico then Hold Your Colour...
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