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S.C.I.E.N.C.E. - IncubusBest. Album. Ever. (278 words)
by JimmyCorky - written on 17/07/09 (Useful, 23 readings)
By far and away the best I Incubus album, SCIENCE was released in September 1997 and is the bands second album. It is the heaviest of all their albums and combines jazz, funk, hip hop, drum and bass and metal to form a perfect mixture. Moving on from their first album which was centred around jazz and heavy rhythm, SCIENCE turns the guitars up a notch, quickens the pace and provides catchy lyrics and choruses which i defy you not to sing a long to. If you are a fan of their more recent music and have not heard this album before then you are in for a shock. The current music which is bland and whiney has replaced Incubus at their best, when they were without a designated ...
Make Yourself - IncubusIncubus - make yourself (272 words)
by superdez - written on 28/02/01, updated on 28/02/01 (Very useful, 221 readings)
Incubus really surprised me. When I first heard of them, I thought they were a really heavy goth metal band, but I was way off. Their music is definitely not pop but I would place it somewhere in the vicinity or rock. Their genre can't really be classified, it mixes the styles of californian rock with a bit of scratching but obviously does not ignore the good old electric guitar. This cd, is not their first, but the first one which came to my attention. I personally am not really sure whether the sound of this cd is the one they always had, but I definitely like it. The cd contains 13 songs, of which 12 are worth listening to. Two songs are slow ones, ...
Make Yourself - Incubus'Whatever tomorrow brings, I'll be there with open a ... (290 words)
by st5229 - written on 23/03/01, updated on 30/03/01 (Very useful, 12866 readings)
I had never heard of I Incubus when I first heard this album. I'm more into computer generated music, but have a few metal influences, like Metallica, and these guys are refreshingly different. To put them into a particular music bracket is tricky.. They're slightly poppy, slightly grungy, fairly Nu-metal and a little funk all rolled into one, with a interesting dose of scratching. Lost? Basically, take Greenday or a similar US grunge band, metal it up a bit, add some funky bass riffs and scratching, add Incubus's personal touch, and your about there The lyrical content is best described as interesting (in a non-intellectual sense), EG. 'Anyone ...