Broadcast ‎– Pendulum

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Pendulum 4:21
Small Song IV 3:40
One Hour Empire 1:42
Still Feels Like Tears 3:43
Violent Playground 2:12
Minus Two 4:16

Versions (5)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
WAP162CD Broadcast Pendulum(CD, EP) Warp Records WAP162CD UK 2003 Sell This Version
WAP162 Broadcast Pendulum(12") Warp Records WAP162 UK 2003 Sell This Version
WAP162 Broadcast Pendulum(12", Scr) Warp Records WAP162 UK 2003 Sell This Version
WAP162CDD Broadcast Pendulum(6xFile, FLAC, EP) Warp Records WAP162CDD UK 2003
WAP 162 CDP Broadcast Pendulum(CDr, EP, Promo) Warp Records WAP 162 CDP UK 2003 Sell This Version

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zgaspen

zgaspen

December 4, 2013
referencing Pendulum, CD, EP, WAP162CD
20-minutes of perfect experimentation on pop and Kraut. As rhythmic as Broadcast got with a fantastic lead-off single. Can dreams, for sure, and lovely, lovely Keenan vox. Pretty and gritty at the same time. I'm in love with the live drums and totally miss this band. Fortunately we have the Tara King Theory to take their torch.
scoundrel

scoundrel

March 29, 2004
referencing Pendulum, CD, EP, WAP162CD

On their <I>Pendulum</I> EP, Broadcast seems to cram in all the ideas that didn’t fit onto <I>Ha Ha Sound</I>. “One Hour Empire,” is a compressed, intense instrumental workout that doesn’t really go anywhere. “Still Feels Like Tears” is traditional Broadcast, but with added feedback, while “Violent Playground” puts us back where “One Hour Empire” left off. Most of the tracks seem unfinished and the EP as a whole keeps you wanting more.
dom_green

dom_green

May 19, 2003
referencing Pendulum, 12", WAP162

Lovely record, and not as indie as previous releases. The production is a little bit odd, which works realy well and accentuates the vocals. I would say their best so far. A sound signing by Warp.