Pendulum (3) ‎– Hold Your Colour (Bipolar Vocal Mix)

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Breakbeat Kaos ‎– BBK 016
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Vinyl, 12"
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A Hold Your Colour (Bipolar Vocal Mix)
Bass – Jon Stockma*Guitar – Andrew Goddard
B Streamline
Written-by [Lyrics] – Rob Swire

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  • Mastered ByStu.*
  • Written-By, Producer, VocalsRob Swire

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Collector_Cave_Guy

Collector_Cave_Guy

December 4, 2016

Not sure why there is so much hating, but i guess people didn't like the change in direction after dropping some hard tracks leading up to this release. Personally I always loved 'Streamline', which is perhaps my guilty pleasure. I like the vibes, vocals and uplifting nature of the track and it has aged really well too, compared to many tracks from the same period.

'Hold Your Colour' (Bi-Polar mix) is a little disappointing, preferring the original I am not as keen on the slower intro and build up to the track.

Overall though I like this release and think it deserves more love.
EKM

EKM

July 6, 2006
edited over 11 years ago
Besides being arguably the worst Pendulum release of their careers, this album also manages to be the most commercially accesible, due to its Rock influences such as structure, instrumentation, and use of vocals. This album is most likely a throwback to Rob Swire's days in and out of various Metal bands. If you see this on a shelf, even in its sleeveless and decorated design, DON'T BUY IT.
jungleteknow

jungleteknow

April 21, 2006
edited over 12 years ago

This is by far the worst Pendulum release so far. Not sure why they have managed to stumble from their throne after making some of the heaviest tunes of the last couple of years?! Both tracks on this vinyl are pretty dull and lack the excitement that is usually existant in Pendulum tunes. Hopefully this will be a one off experience.