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Data de lançamento 06 Abril 2011. Labels Warner Music Group. Estilo de MúsicaElectronic Rock. Membros têm este álbum0. Total playing time: 05:54. Other productions from Pendulum.

Pendulum are an Australian drum and bass band originating from Perth, Western Australia. They have released three studio albums, one live album, one compilation, twenty-four singles and twelve music videos. Pendulum were formed in 2002 by Rob Swire, Gareth McGrillen and Paul "El Hornet" Harding in Perth. Their first individual single release was the double A-side "Spiral", "Ulterior Motive" in July 2003.

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Pendulum are an Australian drum and bass and electronic rock band founded in 2002. Pendulum originally formed in the city of Perth, Western Australia, by Rob Swire, Gareth McGrillen and Paul "El Hornet" Harding. The band was later expanded to include members, Ben Mount, Peredur ap Gwynedd and KJ Sawka. Members Swire and McGrillen also formed the electro house duo Knife Party. The group is notable for its distinctive sound, mixing electronic music with hard rock and covering a wide range of genres.

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1 Ransom 5:55

Notes

“As you may or may not know, we excluded a number of tracks from the final version of ‘Immersion’. One in particular caused considerable outcry amongst fans, a little track called ‘Ransom’ that we made for Miami WMC 2009.

It was omitted from the album because we didn't think it fit, and we were waiting for a good enough reason to let people have it.

Given the recent tragic events in Japan, we thought it would be a good idea to finally make it available on our website and donate the proceeds to charities which we feel have the best chance of helping out.

We don't make anything, the label doesn’t make anything - 100% of the proceeds will be divided equally between the Red Cross and Doctors Without Borders (MSF).

Given the cause, 99p is really not a lot to ask for, so please support this by not sharing it around. If you're young and don't have a credit card, ask your folks.

Thanks
Rob S”



Black_Hawk_Down
Rob's excuse of a hard drive failure was just something to get the fans off his back.The release is a pretty dirty demo. Not at the right speed and it has no defined end. Quite disappointing.
Kanal
"Ransom" is the first track Pendulum have released for several years that's genuinely worth a look-in. Earlier influences can definitely be heard and it's something of a timewarp back to 2003/2004 for older Pendulum fans. The track is no "Vault" or "Spiral" but for people like me who were feeling almost every tune they produced initially, it's a fun reminder of better days for Pendulum and it's a big track in its own right.Perhaps more interesting than the tune itself is the way that it spent its life mired in controversy, which I will attempt to explain below.Pendulum and others (e.g. Noisia) started playing out a new Pendulum promo, "Ransom", in the first half of 2009 and it went off. A lot of people really liked it and began to speculate that their forthcoming album would be heavily dnb-led (backed up by Rob Swire saying in a 2009 interview that it would be a return to "old" Pendulum). Time revealed all, as usual, and 2010 gave us the disappointing Pendulum (3) - Immersion (which, in my opinion, was even worse than Pendulum (3) - In Silico by some margin). "Ransom" was nowhere in sight because, as Swire claimed, it didn't fit in with the tone of the album, and, to be fair, he was right. Some people went up in arms about this "travesty".Originally Swire then promised that "Ransom" would later be released as a B-side or free download and eventually agreed to release the track after getting x amount of fans on Facebook (I can't remember what x is because I find these "fans for tunes" affairs annoying). After a while, he did a U-turn on it and claimed to have lost the files for "Ransom" due to a hard drive failure (those pesky hard drives eh?). This may or may not have been true. It's incredibly unlikely that he couldn't have recovered it if he'd wanted to, given that Noisia and Sub Focus etc. had promos, but it seemed like he was fed up of requests for it and didn't actually want to recover it. The story may well have been a true convenient coincidence.Anyway, 2011 came and 2 years after most of us heard the promo, the track finally got a release with the profits going to charitable causes. As someone else here commented, the final retail tune has been lazily hacked together and mastered. The whole thing says far more about Pendulum's actual level of commitment to the charitable cause than about the quality of "Ransom", however, because the retail version is undoubtedly different to the promo. I suppose it all adds credibility to the hard drive story.Swire may not be a dnb producer anymore but he's still got the PR skills of one. His usual self-deprecating antics aside, it's worth a listen and you're donating money directly to charity for it so why not?