by Incubus

(1997) Sony

Personnel Brandon Boydvocals/percussion, Mike Einzigerguitars, Dirk Lancebass, Jos Pasillasdrums, DJ Chris Kilmoreturntables
URL http://enjoyincubus.com
Description Great blend of funk, metal, hip hop, techno, it all comes together on this record. phat to the fullest
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Directory Recordings: Alternative
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Overall Rating: 5.0 (of 5)
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On 10/7/2002, Nakita Marrison (103) posted:
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Gosh! I just love incubus...so catchy, fun, and the deepness of it all..i wish i had skills like them!!
On 4/1/2002, Hector Merced (1816) posted:
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This is by far what I say, the best album of all time. The vast array of musical influence on this album, it's why Incubus are my favorite band. WIth song like Summer Romance and Certain shade of Green, fi you enjoy rock even the slightest bit, get this album, it's a classic, and it's worth getting.
On 4/1/2002, Inactive Member posted:
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This album is another taste of just how creative and genius incubus is
On 12/18/2001, Blaine Howcroft (446) posted:
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This record is one of the best records I have ever heard. Incubus has proved that you don't have to act angry at the world just to make a great song. They are great lyricly and with there instruments. I recomend this album to everyone.
On 6/1/2001, Heather Lampkin (228) posted:
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Ia m a huge incubus fan to start but this record is unbelievable. when so many musicians sound so alike now adays incubus managed to be different and continue on with a sound that is strictly thiers. the entire album is great and can play nons top in my stereo.
On 3/19/2001, Marc posted:
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Simply put, the best album from the best band. I dont know why this band isn't more popular. If all you have ever listened to is Limp Biskit, and Korn, etc. than your in for a surprise. The best guitar lines I've ever heard are on this cd, and beat anything I've ever heard by Limp Biskit by a... lot.
On 8/28/2000, Inactive Member posted:
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WOW. this record blew me away the first, 2nd, 3rd, (etc) time i heard it. it's just got great songs on it, and the album flows extremely well. the songs are very complex compared to what's on the radio now. Mike Einzinger, the guitarist, is a bit like Tom Morello in his creativity with the instrument, but while Morello has to be the DJ also, Einzinger can leave that to DJ Lyfe (who left the band after this album) and DJ Chris Kilmore. the content of the album has to do with not having our whole world revolve around material items, and to live a more productive and creative life. it's not so much aggro but more of a message that can be put to use every day. a superb album