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4.8 out of 5 stars 102 customer reviews

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2010 release, the third album from the Aussie Drum 'n' Bass fusion merchants. On this album, their collision of styles goes even further, juxtaposing R&B-style synths and vocodered vocals with out-and-out Metal courtesy of guests in Flames. The album includes the single 'Watercolor' and additionally features guest appearances from Porcupine Tree's Steven Wilson and Liam Howlett of the Prodigy. 15 tracks.
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Product Details

  • Audio CD (June 8, 2010)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: 101 DISTRIBUTION
  • ASIN: B003GEDLW6
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (102 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #25,552 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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By Michael C. Anderson on June 17, 2010
Format: Audio CD
From start to finish, Immersion is a phantasmagoria of beats, sounds, and rhythms that acoustically transport you to another world. The soundstage (that is, how surrounding-sounding something sounds) on Immersion is incredible, which is part of why I say it pulls you in and transports you.

The opening track, Genesis, starts the album off with a very cinematic feeling. It quickly builds into a climax before collapsing into Salt in the Wounds. This second track builds itself up with layer upon layer of drums, bass, and a whole myriad of electronic sounds. It's an amazing, rocking track that makes you feel ready to dance, fight, run, and take on anything! Watercolour is next, and is without a doubt one of the most uplifting songs I've ever had the joy of listening too. It is also the first track with vocals, and Rob Swire does an amazing job. Set Me On Fire is next, and is a high-energy song with startlingly intense breakdowns. Crush keeps the pace going, and makes a fantastic driving song that you just HAVE to sing along to! Under the Waves, while less frantic, has an ocean-y and organic sound to it. Immunize is in direct contrast, with a more mechanical sound. Midway through the album we come to the concept tracks The Island, Part 1 (Dawn) and The Island, Part 2 (Dusk). The first has a somber, driving beat with dramatic vocals, while part 2 mixes things up with a cataclysm of techno sounds in place of most of the vocals. Comprachiros, like the other reviewer mentioned, has a definite NIN feel to it, with whispered vocals and a more industrial sound. This is where I have to say the variety Pendulum has is simply incredible. Without ever sounding forced, they incorporate so many styles of dance, dnb, industrial, rock, house, and more into their music.
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I randomly stumbled upon Pendulum a few years ago and ended up buying their album "Hold Your Colour" because of that ridiculously awesome track "Slam." I didn't really keep up on them, however. But as soon as I saw that they had a new album out, I bought it without thinking.

Although this album is a little different than previous albums (because of the addition of vocals and full lyrics), I really think it works and it's pretty damn good. There are still some slam-tastic tracks that have ONLY the pure, hard-hitting, kick-ass music that Pendulum is known for. But it also has a few tracks that bleed into metal and other genres, and the more I listen to it, the more I like it. I think that's why they called this album "Immersion," because they are getting a little bit more into vocals and other elements that are more or less found in "popular" music today.

That being said, if you're already Pendulum fan, BUY IT. If you need some kick-ass music to work out to or just feed like a bad-ass mofo, then buy this too! It sounds great when you're running the track, lifting weights, or just cruising through the streets pretending to be a futuristic assassin...or maybe you're a stay-at-home mom and you have a big house to clean every other weekend - this album will put you into the zone and slowly "immerse" you into the realm of PENDULUM.
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Not much to say. I've followed/enjoyed Pendulum for awhile, mostly streaming from various avenues online (Pandora, various radio stations, Spotify), but when I ran across this album, I had to pick it up. By far, my favorite album in a long time, and my favorite album from Pendulum.

I highly recommend picking this up if you're into Pendulum or electronic music in general. Seriously, give it a try!
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I'm just going to say that listening to this album, beginning to end while; ahem - inebriated - was one hell of a trip. Great album.
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I heard Salt In The Wounds on a popular internet radio website and instantly fell in love with Pendulum's sound. I listened to every bit of the album and honestly it's the only CD I keep in my car. It'll definitely get you moving and feeling like you're on top of the world. I really don't know what else to say other than just try to listen to all the samples and see for yourself how quality this music is.
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I just love this album. Every song has something worth listening to. No filler here. What separates Pendulum from many other drum and bass bands is that they actually mix up the beats. This makes every song unique and not overly repetative. If you like drum and bass or electronic music, you will most likely enjoy this album.
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This album is above and beyond the best work of Pendulum. I love their other stuff and I still listen to it but Immersion is amazing. I run frequently for exercise and this album plays in my iPod while I run and it keeps me going at a great pace. Don't hesitate to purchase this one.
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This is a really good album! If you enjoy electronic music of almost any genre you will find something here to enjoy. The CD has a huge variety of sounds and this is one of the best albums I have purchased in a while, highly recommend.
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