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    Fungus Amongus
    Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
    Audio CD (07 November, 2000)
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    Editorial Review

    As Incubus themselves note about Epic's 2000 rerelease of 1996's Fungus Amongus: "The recording's are basically a snapshot of our band, circa 1993-1995. As even the most discriminating ear could deduce, [we were] still struggling to find our feet." It's a caveat not really necessary for Incubus fans, of which there are now many, thanks to their diverse, unique, andthoughtful brand of funky, sometimes-acoustic rock, exemplified on 1999's impressive Make Yourself. This early effort, written and recorded when band members were in their teens, smacks heavily of Primus and Faith No More fanaticism, influences which, on later discs, are blended into an evolving signature sound. Songs such as "Speak Free," "Trouble in 421," and the aggressive, linear "The Answer" are decent, but not as heavy, well-written, or thoughtful as the material on Make Yourself. Ultimately, Fungus Amongus is a lightweight, casual, fun, and funky morsel for hardcore fans.--Katherine Turman ... Read more

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    5-0 out of 5 stars Is this ZEBRAHEAD or incubus. Cause it sounds like ZEBRAHEAD
    This album has a lot funk too it. Incubus sounds a lot like the band ZEBRAHEAD(which is an awesome band) So if you like funk music, hell if you like ZEBRAHEAD by all means get this album. After this album all the other major albums are all anti funk music.

    5-0 out of 5 stars one word only describes this album....."crazy"
    "fungus amongus" is a gem, its crazy, its pure, its amazing, its incubus! every incubus fan knows that with every record you can expect something new...but still have their sound/roots. "fungus amongus" has so many elements..jazz, metal, funk, rap, phsychadelic,...and add their own twist to it all and its just mind boggling. at first listen you will say to yourself.."what am i listening to?". but when the cd's done you will say "that was amazing!"..even though "fungus amongus" sounds like nothing you've ever heard of...you can sense major influences from primus, red hot chili peppers, faith no more. its so crazy to think that this band was just starting out...or in brandon boyd's terms.."finding their own ground". you wouldn't imagine that they sound like they do today. brillant and crazy...words cannot describe this album.

    4-0 out of 5 stars The Incubus we all know and loved
    Fans of the recent radio friendly version of Incubus will probably write 1 star reviews, because they tend to be people of limited tastes who's music preferrence is reliant on what has the most rotation on Mtv or radio. They won't understand this. But for us true Incubus fans, this is a pleasant trip down memory lane. This is perhaps the band at their most raw period, as most of them where barely 18 when this album was recorded. Fungous Amongus is a fine example of the playful California funk metal scene of the early 90's, where people lived off a steady diet of Faith No More, Primus, Chili Peppers and Infectious Grooves. There is no DJ in this band and no real hip hop influence at all. Just a 3 + 1 approach. The shifts from head bopping jazzy jams into headbanging hard rock numbers is something that really characterized the early Incubus. My personal favorite is Trouble in 421, which begins as a really goofy Frank Zappa-like number before Mike Einziger explodes with an inspired and ripping guitar solo followed by a powerful chorus.

    If you like the water-downed pretty boy rock of Morning View and A Crow Left of the Murder than please stay away and don't write insipid 1 star reviews, because this is where the real Incubus began, a band that was much more concerned with rocking and writing good tunes than pandering to the Top 40 crowd. ... Read more

    Asin: B000050HU9
    Subjects:  1. Alternative Metal    2. Funk Metal    3. Heavy Metal    4. Pop    5. Rap-Metal    6. Rap-Rock    7. Rock   


    Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
    Audio CD (09 September, 1997)
    list price: $11.98
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    5-0 out of 5 stars kick ass!
    in my opinion this is their best album just because of the first 3 songs on the cd, all the rest rock too but i think thoses ones are the best
    buy it im sure ul love it as much as i do.................what are you waiting for?

    5-0 out of 5 stars Revelations
    Quite a while ago, I picked up Morning View.I liked it a lot, but it wasn't enough for me to keep looking for Incubus (and the fact that I only ever found songs from Make Yourself didn't help).Then one day in a restaurant, I heard some music playing that I really liked the sound of.It sounded like Brandon singing, but there was no way the Incubus I knew could be playing music like this!So I made a mental note of the one lyric I could pick out, and then searched for it.Turns out it was "Favorite Things" and as soon as I found out where it came from, and having listened to one or two other songs on the album, I went and bought it.

    At first listen I was more surprised by the difference between S.C.I.E.N.C.E. and Morning View than anything.I didn't really understand what was going on with the music - the funky, syncopated groove of songs like 'Redefine' and 'New Skin' went right over my head.'Vitamin' was much more friendly, since I listen to a lot of hard rock and it immediately seemed right at home (this CD has a lot of bass in the mix.I blew my speakers listening to 'Vitamin' too loud ;)A couple of the songs I just didn't understand - like the heavy-quiet 'Idiot Box,' and 'Magic Medicine' with its bass, drums, and children's book reading, while others like 'Glass' and 'Deep Inside' I loved the first time I heard them.

    The CD stayed in my player for about a month, and over that time I finally started to get my head around the idea of funk - and I realized that I really liked it, especially when fused with the hard rock that I like so much.This combination put Incubus in my top 4 favorite bands, along with I Mother Earth, Spacehog, and Dream Theater.

    If you like funk or hard rock and are looking for a little new music, give this album a listen.If you really like A Crow Left Of The Murder and are looking for more along those lines, try Make Yourself or Morning View instead.If you want to see Incubus' true roots, check this album out.No true Incubus fan that I know likes only their new stuff.

    The only problem I have with it is the fact that it's Incubus' only album like this.More musical, tighter, and more polished than their previous stuff, but before they turned to where they are now.Their new music isn't a compromise made for radio play or anything - they just took a COMPLETELY different direction.If you listen to 'A Crow Left Of The Murder' and 'S.C.I.E.N.C.E.' it sounds like two different bands.

    5-0 out of 5 stars redefine
    From the start to the finish, Science has captured something sacred when it comes to how music can sound. The song Redefine is a song with a great introduction to the cd, a funky verse, and an explosive chorus that sends a message. The next few songs are accompanied by great drums, bass, and the rest. They have now established themselves as proffessionals. Magic Medicine is a great interlude for this kind of cd. My Favorite Things and A Certain Shade of Green are next, but not in that order. They're accused of playing really good songs that display good messages in this area of the cd. Next, Summer Romance, with its jazzier sound, shows off a different side of Incubus. Nebula is a deeper sounding song with good everything, and cool structure. Deep Inside is a great song. Period. Calgone is one of the most innovative songs I've ever heard in that it goes on for nearly 20 mintues and is split up in to seemingly different songs. This cd is a must listen to for anyone who enjoys any shape or form of Rock music. ... Read more

    Asin: B000002BUY
    Sales Rank: 94217
    Subjects:  1. Pop    2. Rock   

    Make Yourself
    Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
    Audio CD (26 October, 1999)
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    Editorial Review

    Young, aggro, and from Los Angeles--it's tempting to put Incubus in the already crowded category populated by Korn, System of a Down, and their other loud and heavy brethren. But that would sell Incubus short, because Make Yourself, the quintet's sophomore album, is a strong progression beyond their 1997 debut, S.C.I.E.N.C.E.. More like Faith No More than Limp Bizkit, Incubus still have that teen-mosh appeal, though the songwriting and instrumentation on Make Yourself is diverse and thoughtful, both lyrically and musically. "Drive" is an easygoing, slightly trippy acoustic-based outing, while oddball scratching (courtesy of DJ Chris Kilmore) and trip-hop funkiness make "Battlestar Scralatchtica" aptly titled. "Nowhere Fast" is vaguely 311-ish with a reggae tinge and lovely melodic interludes, in contrast to the furious intensity of "Out from Under," which gives Make Yourself a surprisingly cohesive diversity that's hard to categorize. Ultimately, singer Brandon Boyd is not a vocal genius, but lyrically and in performance, he's sensitive, charismatic, and unique. Ditto for the 13 cuts that make up Make Yourself. --Katherine Turman ... Read more

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    1-0 out of 5 stars Just another great g*y band!
    I have heard this album....like Red Hot Chilli Peppers??? Yeah, right---Red Hot Chili Peppers laugh when they heard these kind of sc***! "Drive" is an awful song!

    5-0 out of 5 stars Punchy, Soft, Loud, Smooth, and Everything Under the Sun...
    Incubus take their busy, maniacle, user-friendly sound (S.C.I.E.N.C.E), and strip it down to something more plausible for the basic ear.

    Make Yourself is truely a higher-point in the, "incubus-is-holier-than-thou" parade.

    Winding down off of their 1997 release, 'Science' incubus takes there busy-bodied nu-metal album to a softer extreme. Make Yourself takes off with an instantly single worthy track and ends just the same. Every song on the album is easily comprehendable and every bit as radioworthy as the actual released tracks.

    The incubus quintet really hit the ball out of the park with this album. Make Yourself could arguably be perfect in every way.

    Definitely a starting point for any incubus enthusiast.

    -Tim Cox

    5-0 out of 5 stars make yourself review
    Make yourself

    Incubus really surprised me with their album Make Yourself. I first heard their hit single "Drive" while I was in my car and it really gave me a calming mellow feeling. Their first album S.C.I.E.N.C.E was really kind of offbeat, and was more of a rap mixed with Goth. This album is very different. Their music isn't pop but not quite alternative, I would place it somewhere in the vicinity of rock. Their genre can't really be classified very well; it's a mix of Southern Californian rock with a bit of scratching and obviously doesn't ignore the good old electric guitar. I am positive that Incubus' music has grown since their first two albums, and I definitely like their new sound. They have shown lots of growth through each of their albums and Make Yourself is a great result of that growth. This album is great, not to mention Brandon Boyd's vocals are a treat in their own right. The rhythm, range, and delivery of his vocals are unlike anyone else on the radio today. The rest of the band is composed of three other musical geniuses, Michael Einziger, Alex Katunich, and Jose Pasillas.The album contains 13 songs, but I think only 12 are worth listening to. Songs 8 and 11 are slow ones, and really calm, and the others are fast paced, but not so fast that you want to stop listening. My favorite song on the CD is "Pardon Me" its just one of those songs you want to listen to when you're pissed, it starts off with a slow tempo and then all of a sudden just busts into head banging glory, its just amazing how fast Boyd can sing, and his range in the song is tremendous.The song I avoid is the tenth on the CD, it is considered instrumental but I would more appropriately classify it as boring, but maybe that's just me because I am not really into instrumental all by itself without vocals, so if you like instrumental then go for it.As Boyd says in "Consequence"... "Blink and you miss a beat keep one of your eyes open at all times". So take charge and seriously think about buying Make Yourself, I guarantee that you will love it.
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    Asin: B0000296JB
    Subjects:  1. Alternative Metal    2. Funk Metal    3. Heavy Metal    4. Pop    5. Rap-Metal    6. Rap-Rock    7. Rock   


    Morning View (Limited Edition w/ Bonus DVD)
    Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
    Audio CD (01 October, 2002)
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    Editorial Review

    Though Morning View follows hot on the heels of Incubus's breakthrough single, "Drive," it doesn't feel rushed. After all, their previous album, Make Yourself, was released nearly two years ago. Like fellow Los Angeles metal pioneers System of a Down, Incubus find themselves lumped in with the nu-metal fraternity merely because they're young(ish), angry, and very loud. That's more than a little unfair, because their sound owes more to the clever and creative funk-metal of Faith No More and the Red Hot Chili Peppers than the faux-rap posturing of Limp Bizkit. In fact, songs like "Nice to Know You," "Circles," and the excellent "Blood on the Ground" display real maturity. But that's not all that sets Incubus apart: on "I Wish You Were Here," "Just a Phase," "11 a.m.," and "Mexico," they show an uncharacteristic willingness to tread softly, using acoustic guitars and touches of strings to make less noise, but more impact. Some could call it selling out, but it sounds more like growing up. Morning View is a leap forward for a band that continues to get better with each release. --Robert Burrow ... Read more

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    5-0 out of 5 stars ...
    im gonna keep this short - BRILLIANT, ABSOLUTLY BRILLIANT!! has summer written all over it!!

    5-0 out of 5 stars what can you say that hasn't already been said?
    Well, the easiest way to describe this cd is to say that it's like a breath of fresh air. This isn't something I saw coming, I mean I know Incubus evolves and changes with each album, but this is a pretty big step in a new direction few have traveled. Where not many can succeed, Incubus does, and that's why they're definitely not your typical radio or MTV band. Some bands try to recreate the success of a big single, but Incubus builds on what they create, which isn't very usual these days. Brandon Boyd is truely a genius in my humble opinion, he has a flawless voice which he puts on display magnificently, his lyrics are heart felt and simply amazing. Mike, Chris, Dirk, and Jose are at the top of their game once again. They know when to be heavier, and when to be lighter, and they just fit Brandon's voice immaculately. There's not a thing about this cd that could be better.
    The DVD is also a treat, which shows Incubus really gives the fans what they want. It features behind the scenes footage (which is absolutely hilarious) and the Are You In? video (which is equally hilarious). This also contains a live version of Warning which shows how good the band is live.
    Some of the best songs on here are Nice To Know You, Wish You Were Here, Just A Phase, Warning, and Under My Umbrella. I recommend this cd to anyone and everyone. It has something for everybody.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Wish I Was There!!
    This album is amazing. A must have. This is one of the few cd's that I can listen to all the way through without pressing the skip button. If you're looking for a good chill album, this is it. Brandon's voice is absolutely beautiful and compliments the wonderful guitar and drum arrangements perfectly. Incubus is the real thing- truly gifted musicians all the way around and will definitely be around for a long time. GO BUY THIS ALBUM RIGHT NOW!!! ... Read more

    Asin: B00006L3LD
    Subjects:  1. Funk Metal    2. Pop    3. Rock   


    A Crow Left of the Murder
    Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
    Audio CD (03 February, 2004)
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    5-0 out of 5 stars A Great Album and a great new sound!
    When I first got A Crow Left of The Murder I expected to be dissapointed, people had told me that all of the songs were terrible and that Incubus was going down the tubes.

    Obviously these people aren't very smart as this Album ranks up there with SCIENCE in the awesome factor.Many people said Incubus had sold out when Morning View had released with a "softer" side but I wonder what they're saying now. Songs like Priceless, Megolomaniac, Pistola and Sick Sad Little World are anything but soft and are great tracks featuring Brandon Boyd's always flawless vocals and awesome instrumental breakdowns.(especially Mike Eizenger's solo on Sick Sad Little World)

    Hell even the slower more mellow songs on this album such as Agorophobia and Talk Shows On Mute are good. In other words buy this album, don't give in to the naysayers. A Crow Left of the Murder is a great album that shows that Incubus still has a lot of greatness to offer.

    1-0 out of 5 stars very original, but disapointing
    yes, its true that people get tired if u keep releasing the same thing over and over again.Its always good to try something new, it worked for Blink182, but a crow left of the murder is just a failure.I tried listening to it a few times but it didnt work, the only stand out tracks are pistola and megalomaniac, which are only ok.the rest of this album is dull, light and boring.

    hey wait a minute....what the hell happened to dirk lance? who the hell is ben kenny??!! dirk lance was a master bass player who played a 6 stringer, with furious finger plucking and nutty slapping, a big dissapointment the band lost him....

    Mike Einzenger is a grreat guitarist but he is just wasting his talent in this ruined band.the dj parts are the most minimal in this album.I cant really pick out any dj parts, theres no more turntables, Dj kilmore can bareley be heard on this album and when he can hes not doing anything interesting.

    this is the end of incubus, after many years this band has come to an end, rest in peace

    5-0 out of 5 stars steller album
    Ok there is no true way of knowing if u will like this album......i would recomend that u listen to it for free on the computer or something b4 u buy it. This was the very first album of their's that i bought so i had nothing to compare it to....but after listening to their other albums i'll admit its not the best....but its almost impossible to top Make Yourself (my favorite) ... Read more

    Asin: B00018D5CQ
    Sales Rank: 2006
    Subjects:  1. Alternative Metal    2. Pop    3. Rock   


    Certain Shade of Green Ep
    Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
    Audio CD (06 September, 1999)
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    5-0 out of 5 stars One of the greatest EPs
    This single is awesome!... Track list:

    1.- A Certain Shade Of Green (3:12)
    2.- New Skin (4:26)
    3.- Hilikus (Live In Chicago) (4:01)
    4.- Hot Dancer (Live In Chicago) (4:51)*
    5.- Deep Inside (Live In Chicago) (4:34)

    *[it says "hot dancer" we (incubus' fans) all know that it's "You Would Be A Hot Dancer"]

    Don't get confused... this is the Australian EP/single... there's no American one. There are "promo CDs" but that's different... I have those too from "A Certain Shade Of Green", "Redefine" and "New Skin"... the 2 first are pretty similar each other... they don't have front insert (you just see the CD) and it's just the album version song... the New Skin promo cd has front insert (Chuck's head) and it has stuffs (videos) for your computer too... the 3 promo cds comes in a standard jewel case... this single "A Certain Shade Of Green" comes in a slimline case. I shared the picture with Amazon and now everyone who didn't know how it looks like does now! See that it isn't Incubus like?... I almost didn't buy it for that. Anyone who wants to buy this CD I recommend:


    I know, AU$45 it's pretty expensive (like US$35}. I tried so hard wait for one person who wanted to sell his copy here... but it's hopeless... on ebay it's PRETTY HARD!!... I bought it (on ebay) for US$25... but it's weird to see it... If I didn't have it now in my hands I would buy it from rare-records (as a true collector / diehard fan). GREAT STUFF HERE!

    5-0 out of 5 stars Will Incubus Ever Stop Making Awesome CDs? No Way
    A Certain Shade of Green is one of my most recent purchses in my Incubus collection, and is certainly not a letdown. Much different from what I would say my favorite two EPs are, Radiohead's Airbag/How Am I Driving? andIncubus's Enjoy Incubus, this only contains five tracks, three of themlive. Out of the three, I would say Deep Inside is the best, followed byHilikus and You Will Be A Hot Dancer. You Will Be a Hot Dancer sounds waybetter on the Enjoy Incubus EP, because you can barely hear the funkguitars when it is played live. I think this EP could have been much betterif there were more versions of New Skin and A Certain Shade of Green, likeon the New Skin Promo single. However, this tasty concoction often winds upin my disc changer at least once a week. No matter how bad I may have madethis sound enjoy it, it's INCUBUS.

    5-0 out of 5 stars A CERTAIN SHADE OF GREEN

    Asin: B00003IQOY
    Sales Rank: 441034

    Pardon Me
    Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
    Audio CD (2000)
    list price: $10.49
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    • CD-single
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    5-0 out of 5 stars Rules
    just buy this if you like incubus, true fans have every possible single or anything of the sort, be a true fan

    3-0 out of 5 stars i would never diss incubus, but why bother with this
    ok.so i love just about everything incubus has ever put out including fungus amongus, but why buy this?Crowded Elevator is available elsewhere. I Miss you, while a very beautiful love song, is very similar to the albumversion, adn i think we've all seen the video to Pardon me on MTV.Saveyour money, and instead track down Enjoy Incubus or Fungus Amongus or (ifyou don't have it, S.C.I.E.N.C.E. the best album ever) ... Read more

    Asin: B00004TLLY
    Sales Rank: 228570
    Subjects:  1. Rock/Pop   

    Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
    Audio CD (2000)
    list price: $7.99 -- our price: $7.99
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    • Import
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    5-0 out of 5 stars WORTH IT
    This cd is worth every penny just for the orchestral version of Drive (it's called acoustic on the cd but it's really orchestral).The cd also gives you a few goodies like the acoustic version of pardon me, as well as the hit Drive.It is a great substitute for those of you who weren't able to obtain the cd When Incubus Attacks Vol. 1.I recommend this cd to anyone who loved Drive when they heard it on the radio, but don't really like other songs by Incubus because of the lyrics.Ahh heck if you just like collecting music this cd is for you too.It's kind of hard to find in record stores anymore so get it before it isn't produced anymore.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Killer Song
    The song "Drive" is an absolute KILLER. Best song out now, if you ask me. High energy and a great gift for someone about to face a challenge in their life. Excellent. The other songs were much less impactful in both content and arrangement. Worth it just for the song DRIVE.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Better than the super rare WIA for one reason...
    ...the acoustic Drive, nothing is cooler than Brandon's improvised whistling solo.The b-side Crowded Elevator is good too, but can be found on anything Incubus has put out for a while.Pardon me single...WIA...Japanese edition of Make Yourself...The other acoustics are good too especially the Pardon Me acoustic. ... Read more

    Asin: B00005B7TM
    Sales Rank: 81313
    Subjects:  1. 5"CD Singles   


    Spawn: The Album (1997 Film)
    Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
    Audio CD (29 July, 1997)
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    Editorial Review

    In a bordering-on-brilliant idea, the overseers of The Spawn soundtrack proposed an idea to a host of bands that went something like this: "you metal kids go play nice with the electronic geeks and maybe you'll make beautiful music together." Well, guess what? It happened. From the sexy, screamy sounds of the opening cut "Can't You Trip Like I Do" (courtesy of Filter and The Crystal Method) to the funkified "One Man Army" (Rage Against The Machine's Tom Morello mixing it up with The Prodigy), the disc is as hot as the Spawn's home and twice as heavy as the monster himself. If you like the CD, rent the video; the soundtrack is front and center in the film, kind of like MTV with a plot. --Denise Sheppard ... Read more


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    5-0 out of 5 stars Amazing...
    This soundtrack is hands down, the BEST soundtrack ever produced. I am a huge rock and techno fan so this was like a dream come true for me. The heavyweights of rock collaborating with the techno kings...pure bliss. Honestly, it's hard for me to select an outstanding track because all the tracks are equally awesome. I have listened to various soundtracks from many many movies and none of them come even close to this...highly recommended!

    4-0 out of 5 stars One hell of an album
    Spawn: The Album is probably one of the best Movie Soundtracks ever created.It has some really great songs with some very popular bands like Metalica, Stabbingwestward ect.One of the best songs is from Maryln Mansion, this is also one of the finest piece of Elektronica(Ithink that's what you call it)music ever made in an album.

    I won't go into detail except that this is a very underrated album and has some great songs and some very popular bands.It also has a song from Incubus that is acctually pretty damn good.

    The guys who put this Album together did a terrific job and I must say that the Spawn Album is one of the only thing that wasn't a dissapointment about this film...

    Go get it..

    4.7 out of 5


    5-0 out of 5 stars My First CD
    Like my review says, this was the first CD that I bought.It helped guide me into the direction of music that I wanted to listen to.It seems that there is a rule that bad movies have good soundtracks.This is supported here.(The movie was god awful) But this is different.The spawn Soundtrack is no ordinary Soundtrack.Every song is made by an industrial group and a metal group (most the time).Every song is different and every song is unique.One of my favorites here is Filter and Crystal Method's (Cant You) Trip like I Do.Unfortunately it seems it's the only good song I have heard out of either of these guys.The songs that take the cake are Marilyn Manson & the Sneaker Pimps' A Long Hard Road Out of Hell, Korn & the Dust Brother's Kick the P.A. and Slayer & Atari Teenage Riot's No Remorse.There is also a bizarre remix of Metallica's For Whom the Bell Tolls (with DJ Spooky?).The song Tiny Rubberband was the first song I had ever heard by the Butthole Surfers (With Moby) and I'm glad of it because they have become one of my favorite bands, it's a slow weird eerie song that most people here don't even mention but I like it.The song Spawn by Silverchair & Vitro is great and somewhat disturbing.

    I wouldn't say that there are any bad songs at all with the exception of T-4 Strain by Henry Rollins & Goldie and the song Skin UpPin Up by Mansun (NOT MANSON) with 808 State.It also took me a while to get used to track 14.If your looking for an excellent industrial/metal compilation (or something along the lines of that) then I suggest you pick up a copy of this.But don't see the movie!Watch the Animated Series instead.
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    Asin: B000002C1C
    Subjects:  1. Alternative Pop/Rock    2. Heavy Metal    3. Industrial    4. Pop    5. Soundtracks    6. Soundtracks & Film Scores   


    Loud Rocks
    Average Customer Review: 2.0 out of 5 stars
    Audio CD (05 September, 2000)
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    • Import
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    2-0 out of 5 stars I've only heard parts of the cd, but it's enough
    For all of those people interested in rap and hip-hop this is the album for you, but for all the others I'd say stay away.I only looked into it because I'm a huge incubus fan and want to hear all the stuff they have done, but this album is yucky.Brandon sings on oneof the tracks and oh yes, he sounds all nice and Brandon like, but then the rest of the entire song is rap.I just am trying to warn those "rock" fans out there who may be thinking about this album that umm... it's not in anyway toward the rock genre from the parts I heard. And all those incubus fans like me, just stick to buying their own rare imports, singles, and old vinyl of demos if you want hard to come by good incubus music.But go hip-hop! ... Read more

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    Wiil Rock 95.1 Live
    Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
    Audio CD (05 June, 2001)
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    5-0 out of 5 stars Any Incubus Fan - Well Worth Listening!
    I brought this cd as I am very into incubus and I wasn't expecting it to be that great apart from the part featuring Incubus. I was pleasently surprised, however, to discover all bands on the CD are really good and if your into Incubus then this CD is a good way of checking out bands, in the same genre of music as Incubus. This is well worth listening to. ... Read more

    Asin: B00005K2YZ
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    Subjects:  1. Pop    2. Rock   

    The Family Values Tour '98
    Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
    Audio CD (30 March, 1999)
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    If you missed 1998's Family Values tour featuring Incubus, Orgy, Limp Bizkit, Ice Cube, Rammstein, and Korn, fear not: 15 tracks from the aforementioned bands, plus "interludes," add up to well over an hour of neo-metal-angst-rap that can be enjoyed without venturing into a mosh pit. The CD is a cool deal in that it contains the best songs from each lineup, including radio hits such as Orgy's cover of New Order's "Blue Monday," Limp Bizkit's breakthrough version of George Michael's "Faith," and Rammstein's incendiary Germanic ode "Du Hast." Korn's medley of older material and singles from Follow the Leader prove why they're the headliners. In fact, this CD--and the tour itself--was partly based on the accurate assumption that Korn have such a strong influence that any band they tour with must appear Korn-approved kool to the kids. Both Ice Cube and Rammstein seem out of place, though kudos to Korn for including them. Ultimately, Family Values '98 is a great sampler for a metal-rap neophyte. --Katherine Turman ... Read more


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    2-0 out of 5 stars I don't own this, but where is the rammstein?
    I see that Rammstein peformed on this tour, but where are the songs by them? OK, so they have Du Hast, but common, they have like 20 great songs! Korn and Bizkit suck, let us all understand that who aren't 12 year olds. Orgy and Rammstein need more tracks on this album! What is wrong with the people that made this???

    2-0 out of 5 stars must have been an off-night
    i'll be first to say that i was totally unimpressed with the sets by korn and limp bizkit but extremely surprised when orgy played the best set by far on this entire album.like many people i bought it when it first came out in 1998/1999 at which point it quickly earned a place at the bottom of my pile of cd cases. i was still a fan of korn at this point and "nu-metal" in general before it was actually called that.what can i say, it all seems silly and stupid in retrospect (and it probably is) but for about a year it seemed like this kind of music was going to be THE new alternative movement in america; comparisons to nirvana and the seattle sound were rampant in music publications.as we all know, this forecast came to naught and record sales started to slip around the time the three year mark of the 1999 breakthroughs of many of these bands was reached.everyone likes to pretend they weren't picking their jaw up off the floor the first time they heard anything from the first three korn albums now that that kind of music has fallen out of favor into the bottomless pit of passe, but the energy from these bands was definately infectious for the time (except for limp bizkit, who always sucked).the first two orgy albums and first three korn albums still remain a guilty pleasure of mine, having come before they became the generic has-beens they are now.out of all the bands featured on this album, korn seems to be the only one (barring incubus) that even has a single leg left to stand on nowadays.

    anyway, onto the music.most of the people that bought this album way back in 1998 bought it for either the korn or limp bizkit tracks, obviously.limp bizkit sounds ok but their music is another matter.in short, you can't polish a turd.korn, on the other hand, sound genuinely bad on many of the tracks. jonathan davis sings like he has the flu while fieldy seems to have doubled his bass volume when the engineer wasn't looking before the show.munky and head sound buried much farther in the mix than they should be.overall, a sense of muddiness prevails.the shot liver medley is about the only salvagable thing korn did with their alotted time on the album.the opening bagpipe strains of "shoots and ladders" float out ethereally and then proceed to fall into a mishmash of recent and older korn songs.ice cube and rammstein sound about like you'd expect them to, a huge-scale listening party of their album. this is to be expected; they aren't relying largely on unpredictable conventional instruments to create their on-stage sound and as such sound much more cohesive.

    the biggest surprises by far on this entire live album came courtesy of then-newcomers orgy.they were still very much rookies when they played the first family values tour and even now they come across as strikingly tight, cohesive, punchy, and fresh.as such, orgy takes the cake for the best performance on the album.

    case in point, i wouldn't run out and buy this album just because you like the bands on it.many of them have released other live volumes that are generally of higher quality to date.most of the music, although less than 6 years old, sounds sorely dated; especially given the shake-ups in the rock landscape over the past few years.

    5-0 out of 5 stars family Values tour '98
    This CD Is The Best Of all The family values tour CD's
    If you want to hear the best live performamnces of these bands you will need to buy this CD. ... Read more

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    Subjects:  1. Alternative Metal    2. Alternative Pop/Rock    3. Funk Metal    4. Heavy Metal    5. Industrial Metal    6. Pop    7. Post-Grunge    8. Rap-Metal    9. Rap-Rock    10. Rock   


    Enjoy Incubus
    Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
    Audio CD (07 January, 1997)
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    5-0 out of 5 stars very enjoyable
    This is my favorite release out of all of Incubus' older stuff. This only being 6 tracks I was left wanting more though. But I digress. This is a great CD from the beginning to the end. I love the way they mix funk with metal, I could've never imagined that those two styles would be so amazing together. All of the songs on here are excellent, Version being my personal favorite. Version is a very funky song, which goes from jazzy singing to chaos in seconds. The message of the song is really very empowering too. Azwethinkweiz is another funky jazzy trip. The lyrics are the thing that stand out in this song, as cool as the instruments sound the lyrics are what get me every time. Shaft is an extremely heavy song which has Brandon screaming through the chorus (I could be wrong on that though, I've seen a video where Dirk Lance was the one screaming). You Will Be A Hot Dancer is a jazzy combo with very humerous lyrics. The instrumentation is what I like a lot about this song though. Take Me To Your Leader is amazing. I absolutely love this song, the lyrics are witty, and the beat is tantilizing. Nothing beats a song that mentions a cucumber in it. Finally, Hilikus, a very intelligent song that I really like. However, this is not a favorite of mine, although it is a really great way to end this CD.

    A few of the best songs are Take Me To Your Leader, Version, and Azwethinkweiz. This is really overall a little bit better than Fungus Amongus in my opinion. I really do think that everybody will find something about this CD that tickles their buttons, so I reccommend this to everybody.

    4-0 out of 5 stars You Will Enjoy Incubus
    The first track"You Will Be A Hot Dancer" had me singing along with it's catchy tune and unforgettable chorus. "Shaft" is a great hard rock song with an amazing Primus like sound. "Take Me To Your Leader" grew on me like no other song has done before. It is now one of my favorite songs. It has very unusual lyrics ("What if I had a mustard drenched cucumber tied to my leg and I did not want my pants to get dirty"), but very interesting none the less because some things he sings are actual facts ("What if your brain unexpectedly and suddenly picked out things to flip around and view"). mattcarrot has offended me with his opinion of the song "Version." I believe it is one of the best song's on this album. It happens to be the only Incubus song with a reggae, ska like groove. "Azwethinkweiz" happens to be one of two songs that Incubus released on a hard to find record entitled Let Me Tell Ya 'Bout Root Beer (The other is "New Skin" which is found on the S.C.I.E.N.C.E. album). It's also a very good song. "Hilikus" has a kickin' groove, as any Fungus Amongus fan would know. If you fast forward past the end of the song, you will find a hidden track with different beats and grooves similar to the secret track at the end of S.C.I.E.N.C.E.. Enjoy Incubus is a true title to this album for any hardcore Incubus fan because if you are a hardcore Incubus fan you will enjoy this album and appreciate Incubus' diversity and roots.

    5-0 out of 5 stars You'll have to hear it to believe it...
    I know Incubus from Make Yourself, their hit album.
    Then I started listening to their older CD's and the more I travled back in time, it got better.
    Incubus had great sound at start, very diffrent from their music nowdays.
    On this CD, which is not their first one, they are taking some tracks from their first record, Fungus Amongus, and record them again with DJ Lyfe, who joined them at that time.
    The result is wounderfull. DJ Lyfe additions conribute to the Jazz/Funk/Metal sound of the band and make the songs sound even better then Fungus Amongus. ... Read more

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    Subjects:  1. Alternative Metal    2. Funk Metal    3. Heavy Metal    4. Pop    5. Rap-Metal    6. Rap-Rock    7. Rock   


    When Incubus Attacks, Vol. 1
    Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
    Audio CD (22 August, 2000)
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    5-0 out of 5 stars Fantastic!
    Strangely enough, this was the first Incubus disc I ever purchased.It was late summer and the EP had just come out and I was working at Hot Topic and our manager played it all the time.It was infectious, catchy and emotional, without being sappy.It was a pleasure to hear a vocalist so heavily influenced by Mike Patton making music and not noise.

    Brandon Boyd is and should be the focus of this album.His strong baritone rings clear over the acoustic guitar and gives each song a new identity in its new format.When I finally heard the album "Make Yourself" I was blown away by how unique each song had become when translated to the acoustic version.

    This album is a must own for any true Incubus fan, no exceptions.The live tracks are killer (_Favorite Things_ live is wicked) and the b-side _Crowded Elevator_ is an excellent song as well with "Make Yourself" elements but really, the mea of the album are this great acoustic tracks recorded in studio.Get it while you can because I believe that it is OOP!

    5-0 out of 5 stars Stellar is a huge understatement.
    This EP was extraordinary in it's own right in many ways. With the vocal talents of Boyd as the front man and the melodious acoustic guitar riffs of Einziger, the CD is wonderful from start to finish with nothing to complain about. The acoustic versions of Stellar, Make Yourself, and Pardon Me were simply amazing and a very refreshing change of pace but still on a very happy Incubus medium. The live versions of Favorite Things and Make Yourself showed the true talent of Incubus and how they can perform live just the same way they can in the studio. Finally, the unreleased track Crowded Elevator is most likely one of the best Incubus songs recorded and show them in their element doing what they do best..perfecting music on song at a time.

    5-0 out of 5 stars it's Incubus!
    Seeing as this is an Incubus CD, of course I love it. But I love this for another reason. The acoustic versions of Pardon Me, Stellar, and Make Yourself are atounding. These versions show the range of Brandon Boyd's voice if you didn't already know. Mike shows how amazing he is at the guitar, he mixes up Pardon Me a lot, and Stellar is almost as good as the original. The live tracks prove that Incubus sound just as good as any studio recording. Plus the fact that Pardon Me and Favorite Things are two of my favorite songs by them doesn't hurt either. They sound as if they were recorded during the Sno Core tour with System of a Down. This also contains the hidden track Smoking The Herb Again. It's a very trippy song with a pretty good beat, well worth a listen.

    On to Crowded Elevator. This song is off of the Scream 3 soundtrack and it's also one of the most experimental tracks they have done. The lyrics are so strange that you can't help but think they're brilliant, the guitar work is perfect, the drumming is chaotic, the bass is great, and the turntables couldn't be better. I am completely infatuated with this song, this song alone is worth the price (which isn't bad at all).

    The best songs are Pardon Me (both versions), Stellar, and Crowded Elevator. Like I said though, every song is a personal favorite and as any Incubus fan will tell you, is worth the money. ... Read more

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    Incubus - When Incubus Attacks, Vol. 2
    Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
    DVD (21 October, 2003)
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    5-0 out of 5 stars here's a DVD to sink your teeth into
    This DVD is of Incubus on the Sno Core tour with System Of A Down (Serj makes an apperance in one song), Mr. Bungle, and others. This is what to watch if you want to see what Incubus can do in concert. The thing that makes me like them so much is the way they mix things up. They're not afraid to do an extended version of a song, or change up the lyrics somewhat. Another reason this is such a good DVD is because of the little scenes in between a few songs. It really shows you that Incubus really do love what they do, and have a good time doing it. I really like how they mixed show clips too, it's interesting to see how they can change from show to show. Also, their song choices couldn't have been better. They play all of my favorite songs from S.C.I.E.N.C.E. and Make Yourself. They also play them perfectly, Brandon shows that he doesn't need vocal help like some lead singers do nowadays. Mike gets to show how good he is at playing guitar on here too, he really is amazing. The band as a whole prove that they are one of the better bands to see live. The sound quality by the way is really good, especially if you have surround sound.

    Just a few of the best songs are Favorite Things, Pardon Me, The Warmth, and Redefine. Like I said though, every song is great, there is no song on here I would change. I reccommend this DVD to any Incubus fan in search of a good DVD of them. The extras alone are worth the price though (there is a TON), so pick it up for a great performance from a spectacular band.

    5-0 out of 5 stars class!!
    i bought this origionally for the music videos, i had never seen the stellar video.but i got this home, stuck it in the dvd player and was happily engrossed in viewing pleasure for 2 hours. the acoustic shows are great. the live concerts great, everythings great.i know that people are complaining about the music in the menue creens and the fact that you have to keep clicking for the different shows and features but i really dont care, i love it, i think its better than "the morning view sessions" as there are more special features on here than that disc, plus there was more work put into this one, dont get me wrong i love them both but this is better.
    if you like incubus then get this, even if you dont, get it, you will not be disappointed!

    4-0 out of 5 stars Good for any Incubus fan
    This DVD was a really good buy, even if you are just somewhat into Incubus, but if you are a big fan, it's a must have. The home videos and tour of the tour bus and all the music videos and concert footage was great, with great sound quality. Also, there is a really funny Take Me To Your Leader music video. It's a really cool DVD. The only thing i didn't like, was the "Massive Song Archive" the background music was kind of annoying, and you cant just sit and watch through the whole thing, you have to click on different things. But good buy anyways. INCUBUS ROX! ... Read more

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    Incubus - The Morning View Sessions
    Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    5-0 out of 5 stars Homebrewer
    Folks, Simply Amazing (Ground Breaking & Breath Taking).Out Of Every DVD I Own, I Have Watched This One, Too Many Times To Even Count.This DVD Is Easily Worth $100 (At The Price Amazon Is Offering This, It Is A Bargain & Well Worth The Price, Everyone Should Already Own A Copy Of This & I Shouldn't Have To Write This Review, Since Everyone Should Have Already Watched It Thousands Of Times, Like Me).Besides The Tracklist (See Below), This DVD Is Packed With Other Extras, Including :

    1) The Making Of Wish You Were Here
    2) Wish You Were Here (Original Cut Video)
    3) At The Concert
    4) Living On Morning View (Unbelievable Amount Of Extras Here)
    **Introducing The House
    **Early Jamming On 11am
    **Jose In Where's My Shorts
    **Incubus Goes Bananas
    **Red Room Trip
    **Dirk's Zen
    **Circle's Jam (And Jam They Do!)
    **Blood On The Ground
    **Cribs (The Making Of MTV's Cribs)
    **Storytelling Practice
    **Kid Kilmore & The Milkmen
    **Warning (Great Version Of Brandon Singing Vocally)
    **Drive (Great Version Of Drive In The Living Room)

    Tracklist Of The Morning View Sessions New York City Concert:

    1) Pardon Me
    2) Stellar
    3) Glass
    4) Circles
    5) The Warmth
    6) Mexico
    7) Drive
    8) Warning
    9) New Skin
    10) Just A Phase
    11) Nice To Know You
    12) Wish You Were Here

    Now Before I End This Review, I Want To Stress How Awesome This DVD Is!I Will Probably Buy 2 Or 3 More (As Back Ups).It's Simply That Awesome.If Your An Incubus Fan (Or Not), & You Don't Already Own This, Please Stop Reading This Review & Buy This, I Will Promise You That You Will Not Be Disapointed!Beautiful Work Incubus (Kudos To Those Who See Through Sickness!).I Suggest We Learn To Love Ourselves Before It's Made Illegal!It's Better Than Watching Geller Bending Silver Spoons Better Than Witnessing Newborn Nebulas In Bloom She Who sees From Up High Smiles And Surely Sings Prospective Pries Her Once Weighty Eyes And It Gives You Wings!Enjoy This DVD Folks!

    5-0 out of 5 stars A Must Have For The Incubus Fan
    To celebrate their fourth studio album, 2001's "Morning View," Incubus performed this initimate, twelve song concert in front of a small crowd of fans and thus, "The Morning View Sessions" is born. The concert itself is incentive enough to buy the DVD. The band goes through twelve of their best songs, mostly material coming from the aformentioned "Morning View" and their break-through "Make Yourself," but as a little treat, the band also busts out two unexpected songs from the "S.C.I.E.N.C.E." album ("New Skin" and "Glass"). The overall atmosphere of the concert is peaceful, as the crowd mostly stays quiet while the band performs for them. Every now and then Brandon will make a comment to the crowd, but overall, crowd participation is low, which actually isn't a bad thing, as we can really hear the band shine. The band, in top form (with original bassist Dirk Lance in tow), rip through the set so flawlessly and make it look so easy. The song selection is great, and the way they alter a few songs (albeit, very minor alterations) helps keep it more entertaining. In addition to the concert, this DVD surprisingly has a lot of bonus footage. For starters, we get the original cut of the "Wish You Were Here" video, which was banned by MTV after September 11th (amazing how ridiculous the censorship got, the video isn't bad at all), along with a making-of piece for the video. But the big treat is the behind the scenes footage of the making of "Morning View." You have to look around a bit in the menu to find all of it, but the footage is very entertaining and often informative, as we follow the band around in the beautiful house they stayed in to record the album. Overall, it's an excellent release from Incubus, who really haven't put out a bad thing yet. The concert is great, and the supplemental stuff just makes it all that much better. If you are an Incubus fan, I recommend this, along with their two other DVD's.

    5-0 out of 5 stars the best just got better
    This, as you may have already read, was a very intimate little show made to promote Morning View. The live footage is as good as it gets, and the sound is flawless to boot. This DVD really gives you a good idea at how amazing Incubus is live. Most all of the songs sound as if it was the band merely pretending to play while the studio version plays over the speakers. Every song is a favorite of mine, and I absolutely love the way Brandon mixed things up on Pardon Me. Plus the little comments Brandon makes in between songs is a nice little touch. I still watch this after having it over a year and find little things that I never noticed before which makes this that much more sweet. The bonus features are splendid as well. If you watched everything this DVD has to offer it would take up about 1/2 of your day probably, there's that much on here. Just a few of the extras that are crammed on here are a couple of jam sessions of various songs, Brandon recording Warning (a lot of this song is a capella), and Incubus showing how funny they really are. The original cut of the Wish You Were Here video is also on this, which is pretty humerous.

    A few of the best songs on here are Pardon Me, The Warmth, Warning, New Skin, and Nice To Know You. As amazing and funny as the special features are, the standout is really the performance. I can't find any words that would do this show justice. I guess you just have to see it and judge for yourself. ... Read more

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