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This is it. This is the album that got me into producing Drum & Bass. Come to think of it, this is one of the genres where 90% of musicians are inspired by each others' music and Rob Swire is no exception.

"Rob Swire and Gareth McGrillen had an acclaimed rock band called Xygen but after hearing Konflict's "Messiah" at a rave they made the decision to produce drum and bass instead"

It's the same case with myself. I used to have a Horrorcore Rap act going on back in the day when I was only 15. And then this guy I knew, very well versed in computers had this album in his liked playlist. Then I made the decision to produce DnB and just reach out more.

So here you go. Ground Zero.

Very cool backstory, I've loved both genres for a while now.

Really nice album art, not going to lie.
And now they're knife party and will never release a pendulum album again.
(01-16-2017, 04:00 AM)pvnk Wrote: [ -> ]And now they're knife party and will never release a pendulum album again.

Which is a damned shame.
From what I'm seeing on their recent website, Pendulum Returns, they're gonna have one last concert in the UK at Clapham Commons in London.

http://pendulumreturns.com
(01-16-2017, 07:09 PM)Pyxis Wrote: [ -> ]
(01-16-2017, 04:00 AM)pvnk Wrote: [ -> ]And now they're knife party and will never release a pendulum album again.

Which is a damned shame.

I agree.
(01-16-2017, 07:13 PM)Pyxis Wrote: [ -> ]From what I'm seeing on their recent website, Pendulum Returns, they're gonna have one last concert in the UK at Clapham Commons in London.

http://pendulumreturns.com

Wow that's sick!!
I liked pendulum a few years back, when I didn't listen to rap yet. I don't like their current music, the old songs were way better. From the time dubstep came out they fucked up.