Pendulum (3) ‎– Immersion



Pendulum (3) Genesis 1:09
Pendulum (3) Salt In The Wounds 6:39
Pendulum (3) Watercolour 5:04
Pendulum (3) Set Me On Fire 5:03
Pendulum (3) Crush 4:14
Pendulum (3) Under The Waves 4:55
Pendulum (3) Ft. Liam Howlett Immunize 4:37
Pendulum (3) The Island - Pt. I Dawn 5:20
Pendulum (3) The Island - Pt. II Dusk 4:10
Pendulum (3) Comprachicos 2:49
Pendulum (3) The Vulture 4:04
Pendulum (3) Witchcraft 4:13
Pendulum (3) Ft. In Flames Self Vs Self 4:46
Pendulum (3) Ft. Steven Wilson The Fountain 5:01
Pendulum (3) Encoder 5:21

Versions (11)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
5051865948827 Pendulum (3) Immersion(CD, Album) Warner Bros. Records, Ear Storm 5051865948827 Europe 2010 Sell This Version
2564680914 Pendulum (3) Immersion (Limited Edition)(Box, Ltd + CD, Album + 2xLP, Album, Ltd) Warner Bros. Records, Ear Storm 2564680914 UK 2010 Sell This Version
5051865948827 Pendulum (3) Immersion(CD, Album) Warner Bros. Records, Ear Storm 5051865948827 Ukraine 2010 Sell This Version
5186594882 Pendulum (3) Immersion(CD, Album) Warner Bros. Records, Ear Storm 5186594882 Australia 2010 Sell This Version
WPCR 13847 Pendulum (3) Immersion(CD, Album) Warner Bros. Records WPCR 13847 Japan 2010 Sell This Version
4690355002390 Pendulum (3) Immersion(CD, Album) Никитин 4690355002390 Russia 2010 Sell This Version
25475 1/2, 4607147899588 Pendulum (3) Immersion(CD, Album, Enh + DVD-V, NTSC + Unofficial) Warner Bros. Records (2), Warner Bros. Records (2) 25475 1/2, 4607147899588 Russia 2010 Sell This Version
none Pendulum (3) Immersion (Deluxe Edition)(28xFile, AAC + 8xFile, MPEG-4 Video) Warner Music UK Ltd. none UK 2011
2-525854 Pendulum (3) Immersion(CD, Album) Atlantic, Ear Storm 2-525854 US 2011 Sell This Version
none Pendulum (3) Immersion Instrumentals(CDr) Not On Label none Unknown Sell This Version
none Pendulum (3) Immersion iTunes LP(CDr, Promo) Warner Music UK Ltd. none UK Unknown Sell This Version


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July 30, 2016
edited about 1 year ago
referencing Immersion, CD, Album, 5051865948827
I got into Pendulum with In Silico and while I agree the old stuff is pretty good, in Silico and Immersion are what Pendulum is to me. Emotional tracks with great hooks and riffs and a very pleasing mix of rock and dnb. Rob's soaring emotional vocals also help drive the music a lot and Immersion might have the most variation in styles on a single Pendulum album. Encoder is probably my favourite track on the album, ending with some bittersweet lyrics that always gets me.

While a lot of people might not like Pendulum's direction after Hold Your Colour, to me this is their best album.


May 5, 2015
referencing Immersion, CD, Album, WPCR 13847
What Does The Acronym 'OBI' Stand For In The Notes Section Of The Release?


April 5, 2011
referencing Immersion, CD, Album, 2-525854

A little bit boring for me.. Like their old stuff much better.. an ok album but their worst


February 4, 2011
edited over 6 years ago
referencing Immersion, CD, Album, 2-525854

Anyone familiar with the band knows of their rough history, which began right from the start of their career with their 'clownstep' like sound, and then further trouble emerged with unauthorized DJ mixes, and then the move to a more commercial sound. However, these changes in the end work greatly.

First off, its about time the US got a CD release (about 8 months after the original release) as some of these tracks are some of their best works. And now onto the juicy details. Following the intro, the album version of "Salt In The Wounds" segues in which shows a similar structure to their earlier track "Slam". "Watercolour" gives off a fantastic fluid mood of raw emotions mixed with brass instruments. "Set Me On Fire" is possibly the highlight of the album with its quick sudden riffs and mysterious sounding rhythms in loving dubstep form. "Crush", I found weak and uninteresting (however the vid is a good mind-boggler open to interpretation). "Under The Waves" & "Immunize" are average D&B tracks exhibiting some of the Pendulum roots. "The Island" is another highlight, exhibiting a very dreamy-like feel in part 1, then going D&B into part 2. "Comprachicos" & "Witchcraft" fall similar to "Crush" although the latter has a catchy riff. "The Vulture" marks the first (and maybe only) time that I actually admire "The Verse" as his vocals just scream "REBEL!", simply put, they work here. "Self Vs Self" shows a unique side of Pendulum with this collaboration with death metal group 'In Flames'. "The Fountain" is also a good pick here featuring vocals from Porcupine Tree vocalist Steven Wilson. And we end with "Encoder", a great end similar in structure to "The Tempest". The water themes on this album (and the previous) seem to refer to Pendulum's interesting (and controversial) 'fluid' change in sound from D&B to commercial synth-rock. Overall, a great album 4/5. Pick this one up if you can get a deal on it. Keep it up Pendulum!