Pendulum (3) ‎– Hold Your Colour

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Breakbeat Kaos ‎– BBK002LP
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3 × Vinyl, 12", Album, 45 RPM
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A Hold Your Colour
Bass Guitar – Jon StockmanGuitar – Andrew GoddardVocals – Rob Swire
B Girl In The Fire
Electric Piano [Rhodes] – Rob SwireGuitar – Peredur Ap-Gwynedd*Written-By, Producer – Gareth McGrillen
C Through The Loop
Written-By, Producer – Gareth McGrillen
D Plasticworld
Alto Saxophone – James MortonFeaturing – TC*Featuring, Vocals, Lyrics By – Fats*Tenor Saxophone – Jon ShenoyTrombone – Tim SmartTrumpet – Pablo MendelssohnVocals [Additional], Lyrics By – Tom Casswell
E The Terminal
Written-By, Producer – Gareth McGrillen
F Sounds Of Life
Featuring – Jasmine YeeLyrics By – Rob Swire

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(P) and (C) Breakbeat Kaos Ltd 2005

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  • Barcode (Text): 5 060072 302117
  • Barcode (String): 5060072302117
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A, etched): BBK 002 LP ̶C̶̶1̶ A, HOLD YOUR COLOUR
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B, etched): BBK 002 LP ̶D̶̶1̶ B, GIRL IN THE FIRE
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side C, etched): BBK 002 LP C1 THROUGH THE LOOP
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side D, etched): BBK 002 LP ̶B̶̶1̶ D, PASTIC WORLD
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side E, etched): BBK 002 LP ̶G̶̶1̶ E, THE TERMINAL
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side F, etched): BBK 002 LP F1

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bbk002cd, BBK002CD Pendulum (3) Hold Your Colour(CD, Album) Breakbeat Kaos, Breakbeat Kaos bbk002cd, BBK002CD UK 2005 Sell This Version
BBK002CDR Pendulum (3) Hold Your Colour(CD, Album, RE) Breakbeat Kaos BBK002CDR UK 2007 Sell This Version
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BBK 002LPD Pendulum (3) Hold Your Colour(4x12", Album, Promo) Breakbeat Kaos BBK 002LPD UK 2005 Sell This Version
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kelloo76

kelloo76

March 11, 2016
If someone is selling this , please contact me.
Thank you.
the_architech

the_architech

August 3, 2007
edited over 10 years ago

Hold Your Colour is the type of track you might expect from a band, and not some drum&bass producers, but they pull it off. This track is amazing. More relaxed and chill than many of their other releases, the lyrics in this one are beautiful. Great stuff!

Girl In The Fire is one of my all-time favorite drum&bass tunes. It starts out sounding like a lounge tune or maybe some muzak you might hear in an elevator, but it picks up and goes wild. These guys took a sound and really took it up a notch. The guitar work and keyboards are wild. I just can't help but dance to this one.

It's funny, about a year ago I had started work on a drum&bass tune sampling the boatride song from Willy Wonka. I thought it'd be such a badass tune. Then I heard this and thought, "Fucking Pendulum beat me to it!" I was both pissed and excited at the same time. They had done what I was planning, but they had done it way better than I could've. This track is great, a real rinser that just beats the crap out of you.

Plasticworld is a nice jazzy tune. More smoothed out liquid-funk, Fats adds some chill words to this track. With the horns and funky beats, I just love to get down to this one.

The Terminal has some strange composition, but I like it. There's some crazy bass and wicked beats there, it's just not arranged like your typical drum&bass tune. This one feels like it might've belonged on the Jungle Sound LP.

Sounds Of Life is a great track. Beautiful female vocals, quick funky beats and and amazing tune, I loved it immediately. I heard this before the album came out and this was actually the reason I got it. Still one of my favorites, but the rest of the album matches it with style.

Buy this album. Easily one of the best drum&bass LPs ever released.