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Captain North
May 25th 2010


6791 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

It may be dumb but its one of the few electronic albums to really hit me with emotion. And I take emotion over smarts any day.

Deviant.
Staff Reviewer
May 25th 2010


31495 Comments


How do you mean by "emotion" man?

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Dryden
May 25th 2010


13138 Comments


I was thinking the same

Captain North
May 25th 2010


6791 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

I mean it gets me in the heart area obviously. Hold Your Colour makes me feel.

2muchket!
May 25th 2010


900 Comments

Album Rating: 2.0

It's pretty devoid of any emotion.

Maybe if you're counting shameless mainstream, money grabbing capitalism, then it's filled to the brim with emotion.

Captain North
May 25th 2010


6791 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

I'm not really hearing anything else on the charts thats like these guys, so I'm not sure where the whole 'mainstream, capitalism' thing is coming from.

Deviant.
Staff Reviewer
May 25th 2010


31495 Comments


They've taken drum & bass, and tried to put it into the mainstream. which is fine, except they're not going about in the best way. Both 'Watercolour' & 'Propane Nightmares' are way too mainstream swinging for their own good

Dryden
May 25th 2010


13138 Comments


they should get punished

Deviant.
Staff Reviewer
May 25th 2010


31495 Comments


I'll leave that in your more than capable hands

RokLobsta
May 25th 2010


1 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5

This review reflects my views on the album pretty well. I think it gives it a little to much credit to some of the tracks though. Salt in the wounds was rubbish, I mean it was really bad.

I am a huge Pendulum fan. I loved Hold Your Colour and In Silico. To hear them produce rubbish like this breaks my heart.

pride
May 25th 2010


227 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

Yeah I need to listen to this more before i pass judgment but i definitely think its better that In Silico.

Deviant.
Staff Reviewer
May 25th 2010


31495 Comments


I think it gives it a little to much credit to some of the tracks though. Salt in the wounds was rubbish, I mean it was really bad.

I genuinely enjoy that track. Also I spent a bit more time talking about it in this review than some of the tracks simply because it sets the album up quite nicely, and also gives an indication as to the overall sound of the album i.e it don't sound like In Silico

OhCaptain
May 26th 2010


199 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

Nice review, I'm really digging this.

Captain North
May 27th 2010


6791 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

How can you like In Silico and hate this? You've got it the wrong way around dude.

Deviant.
Staff Reviewer
May 27th 2010


31495 Comments


Each to their own I guess

M1CHA3L
May 28th 2010


3 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

this album (for me) is probably in my top 5 albums of ALL TIME easily

lucazade22
May 28th 2010


532 Comments


^ lol

lucazade22
May 28th 2010


532 Comments


What's everyone's take on Self vs Self? I think it's a pretty standard In Flames track and wonder why on earth it's on this album. It's more like In Flames feat. Pendulum, than Pendulum feat. In Flames! Anyways, 'The Island' and 'Witchcraft' are rather good.

bloc
May 28th 2010


35010 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

What's everyone's take on Self vs Self? I think it's a pretty standard In Flames track and wonder why on earth it's on this album. It's more like In Flames feat. Pendulum, than Pendulum feat. In Flames!

22 knows what's up

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Deviant.
Staff Reviewer
May 28th 2010


31495 Comments


What's everyone's take on Self vs Self? I think it's a pretty standard In Flames track and wonder why on earth it's on this album. It's more like In Flames feat. Pendulum, than Pendulum feat. In Flames!

^ obviously doesn't read reviews



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