Incubus

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

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New - LP - B0026462-01
Sealed 2017 Original, Includes A Printed Lyric Insert. Custom Hype Sticker On Shrink. Some Slight Cover Wear, With Creasing To Top Left Corner, Small Shrink Separation On Back. more
A Crow Left Of The Murder
Used - LP - E2 90890
2004 2LP Original With Custom Inner Sleeves. Both LPs Appear Unplayed. more
A Crow Left Of The Murder
New - LP - 40406
Sealed 2012 Limited, Numbered Edition 2LP Record Store Day Only Release Housed In A Gatefold Cover. This is Number 0797 Of 3,000 Pressings. more
A Crow Left Of The Murder
New - LP - E2 90890
Sealed, Out Of Print 2004 2LP. Hype Sticker. more
Light Grenades
New - LP - 88765404081
Sealed 2012 180gm 2LP Gatefold With Custom Hype Sticker On Shrink. Originally Released In 2006 On CD Only. The Vinyl Had A Limited RSD Pressing Before This Second Issue. more
Make Yourself
New - LP - 88765404091
Sealed, Latest Press Of The 2012 180gm Gatefold Reissue. "Produced By Scott Litt, Incubus' Second Full-Length Album, Make Yourself, Makes A Bid For Broader Mainstream Success While Keeping The Group Rooted In A Hybrid Of Familiar Late '90s Alt-Metal (I.e., Roaring Guitars, White-Noise Sonic Textures, And An Undercurrent Of Electronics) And Chili Pepper Funk-Rock. Where S.C.I.E.N.C.E. Sometimes Veered Abruptly Between The Two Genres Without Really Fusing Them, Make Yourself Finds The Band Settling More Comfortably Into Its Sound, And Once Again, There Are A Few Really Good Singles. Once Again, Too, There Are Still A Few Awkward Moments And Underwritten Songs, But Overall, The Album Should Definitely Please Fans." AMG Review By Steve Huey. more
Make Yourself
New - LP - 88765404091
Sealed, Latest Press Of The 2012 180gm Gatefold Reissue. "Produced By Scott Litt, Incubus' Second Full-Length Album, Make Yourself, Makes A Bid For Broader Mainstream Success While Keeping The Group Rooted In A Hybrid Of Familiar Late '90s Alt-Metal (I.e., Roaring Guitars, White-Noise Sonic Textures, And An Undercurrent Of Electronics) And Chili Pepper Funk-Rock. Where S.C.I.E.N.C.E. Sometimes Veered Abruptly Between The Two Genres Without Really Fusing Them, Make Yourself Finds The Band Settling More Comfortably Into Its Sound, And Once Again, There Are A Few Really Good Singles. Once Again, Too, There Are Still A Few Awkward Moments And Underwritten Songs, But Overall, The Album Should Definitely Please Fans." AMG Review By Steve Huey. more
Monuments & Melodies
New Release - 53171
Sealed 2009 4LP Vinyl In Slipcase. A Mix Of Hits, New Tracks And Unreleased Recordings. Includes Access To Download Video And Audio Content. more
Morning View
New - LP - 85227
Sealed 2001 2LP Rarity. 4 1/2 Stars In All Music Guide. more
Morning View
New - LP - 88765404101
Sealed 2012 2LP 180gm Gatefold With Custom Hype Sticker On The Shrink Wrap. "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." — Amazon more
Morning View
Used - LP - 85227
2001 2LP Original With Custom Inner Sleeves. Superficial Mark On Side 4 Is Inaudible. more
Morning View
New - LP - 88765404101
Sealed, Latest Press Of The 2013 Heavyweight Gatefold Reissue. "Fans Who Discovered Incubus And Their Album Make Yourself Through Their Massive Radio Hit "Drive" May Be Surprised That The Band Released A Follow-Up Album So Quickly. Yet The Reality Is That Make Yourself Was A Definitive Sleeper Hit, Never Peaking Past The Top 50 Of Billboard's Album Charts, But Staying On Those Same Charts For Close To Two Years And In The Process Shifting Over Two Million Units. With Each Successive Single That Was Released, The Band Gradually Moved Away From The Nu-Metal/Ozzfest Crowd They Had Been Initially Lumped Into And Revealed The Solid Songwriting And Talent For A Good Melody Underneath The Layers Of Surging Guitars. The Lessons Learned From Make Yourself Have Definitely Been Applied To Morning View. While There Is Still A Fair Share Of Aggressive Numbers ("Circles," " "Blood On The Ground," And " "Under My Umbrella" Arguably The Strongest Of The Harder Tracks), The Ratio Of Softer And Mellower Numbers Have Increased Dramatically, To The Point Where Hardcore Fans Of Earlier Material May Be Bewildered. For The Most Part, The Transition Works. "Mexico" Is A Sparsely Arranged Acoustic Ballad That Gives Lead Singer Brandon Boyd An Opportunity To Demonstrate His Formidable Vocal Range. "Are You In" Is An Upbeat, Funky Tune Reminiscent Of Sugar Ray (And That's Meant In A Good Way). The Most Offbeat Track Is The Album Closer, "Aqueous Transmission," A Tranquil, Exotic-sounding Ballad That Sees The Band Successfully Experimenting With Middle Eastern String Arrangements. Not All The Experiments Gel ("Echo"), And There Is A Tendency, Especially In The Middle Third Of The Album, For The Songs To Sound Too Similar In Sound And Tempo, But On The Whole, Morning View Is A Fine Follow-up To Make Yourself And A Natural Progression In The Band's Musical Evolution. While It May Not Appeal To Fans Of The Harder Material, Music Lovers Who Like Their Rock A Little Less Aggressive And A Little More Ambitious And, Well, Sensitive Should Give Morning View A Spin." AMG Review By Deren Svendsen. more
S.C.I.E.N.C.E.
New - LP - 88765405201
Sealed, Latest Press Of The 2013 2LP Gatefold Reissue. "While The Press And Critics Jumped Over The Sounds Of Korn, Rage Against The Machine, And Limp Bizkit, Incubus Quietly Toured In Support Of S.C.I.E.N.C.E., Their First Major-Label LP. Incubus' Hip-Hop Influences Come From Their DJ And Bassist Instead Of Their Singer. Brandon Boyd's Vocals Hit Every Range From Quiet Whispers To Funk-Styled Rants To Hard Rock Screams. He Also Adds Percussion With A Bongo On A Few Songs (And In Concert Its A Strange Sight For Such A Heavy Band). Boyd's Demeanor In Concert And Record Is Laid Back And Free Flowing. There's No Anger Surrounding His Lyrics Or His Singing. "New Skin" Adds A Lot Of Funk To Modern Heavy Metal While "Summer Romance (Anti-gravity Love Song)" Is A Spacy Dance Ballad. The Numerous Styles On The Album Don't Always Blend Perfectly, But They Create A Solid Sound That Defines The Band. Incubus Also Manages To Make Their Songs Upbeat And Danceable As Well As Tunes To Headbang To. An Admirable Feat In A Genre That Tends To Reward Decibel Levels Instead Of Quality." AMG Review By David Thomas. more

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