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Incubus

Incubus became one of the most popular alt-metal bands of the new millennium, setting themselves apart from a crowded field with a tireless touring ethic and a broad musical palette. Formed in 1991 in the San Fernando Valley suburb of Calabasas, California, the band's early lineup was comprised of tenth-grade classmates Brandon Boyd (vocals, percussion), Mike Einziger (guitar), Alex Katunich (aka Dirk Lance; bass), and José Pasillas (drums). Their early funk-metal sound was heavily influenced by the Red Hot Chili Peppers, but broadened over the next few years to incorporate thrash, rap-metal, post-grunge rock, and grinding alt-metal à la Korn or the Deftones. By the time the musicians had graduated from high school, they had already been playing all-ages shows around Southern California on a regular basis. In 1995, Incubus added hip-hop turntablist DJ Lyfe (aka Gavin Koppel) to their lineup and recorded the independently released album Fungus Amongus. That, coupled with a strong local following, helped the band earn a deal with the Epic Records subsidiary Immortal.

Incubus' first major-label release was the six-song EP Enjoy Incubus, which was released in early 1997 and consisted of previous demos that were revamped in the studio. Their full-length debut album, S.C.I.E.N.C.E., followed before the year's end. Incubus then hit the road with a vengeance, opening for bands like Korn, Primus, 311, Sublime, and Unwritten Law. They had amassed enough of a following by 1998 to land a slot on that summer's Ozzfest tour, and they rounded out the year with a stint on Korn's inaugural Family Values tour, by which time DJ Lyfe had departed and been replaced by DJ Kilmore (first name Chris). With their momentum and exposure slowly building, Incubus returned to the studio and delivered their follow-up album, Make Yourself, in late 1999. The group went right back out on the road, and their stint on the 2000 Ozzfest helped cement the new audience that the band's new single, "Pardon Me," was pulling in.

Although Make Yourself barely broke the Top 50 on the album charts, it was a tenacious seller that eventually pushed past the double-platinum mark. The second single, "Stellar," was a smaller-sized hit on rock radio, but the album's biggest song didn't hit the airwaves until 2001, when "Drive" became their first Top Ten hit on the pop charts. Incubus expanded their audience by playing Moby's Area: One package tour that summer, and with "Drive" still fresh in the public's mind, they released Morning View during the fall of 2001. It entered the charts at number two, confirming that Incubus had diligently worked themselves into stardom. "Wish You Were Here," "Nice to Know You," and "Warning" were all popular on rock radio, and the band naturally toured heavily in support -- this time as a headliner.

In early 2003, Incubus became embroiled in a contract dispute with Sony and filed a lawsuit to have their deal terminated under California labor laws. In April, the band announced the departure of bassist Dirk Lance. Within days, fellow Incubus guitarist Mike Einziger called upon his Time Lapse Consortium mate Ben Kenney (who had also played with the Roots) to be Lance's permanent replacement. The group remained a part of the Sony empire, however, and released A Crow Left of the Murder on Epic/Immortal in early 2004, which hit number two on the Billboard Top 200. Touring dates followed before Incubus headed home in November to take a well-deserved break.

The guys spent the next two years individually exploring things outside of the band -- including music, art, film, and literature -- though they also remembered to work on and finish their sixth album, which was recorded over a year's time in both L.A. and Atlanta. The resulting record, Light Grenades, debuted atop the charts upon its release in November 2006. The musicians then returned to their individual endeavors, with Boyd announcing in early 2008 that the group had taken a loose hiatus. Nevertheless, the following year found them issuing the two-disc hits compilation Monuments and Melodies and returning to the road for a summer tour. By 2010, they'd returned to the studio with longtime collaborator Brendan O'Brien, who helped them compose one of their darker albums to date, 2011's If Not Now, When? The album debuted at number two on the Billboard charts upon its July 2011 release.

As promotion for If Not Now, When? Incubus rented a storefront on LaBrea Avenue in Los Angeles and launched a multimedia retrospective of their career, highlighted by four nights of live music by the band. Selections from those four nights were compiled for the 2012 live album Incubus HQ Live, released in August of that year. In early 2015 the band released a new single called "Absolution Calling," which would appear on Trust Fall (Side A), the first of two planned EPs. ~ Steve Huey
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Selected Discography

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Track List: If Not Now, When?

1. If Not Now, When?

2. Promises, Promises

3. Friends And Lovers

4. Thieves

5. Isadore

6. The Original

7. Defiance

8. In The Company Of Wolves

9. Switchblade

10. Adolescents

11. Tomorrow's Food

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Track List: Monuments & Melodies

Disc 1

1. Black Heart Inertia

2. Drive

3. Megalomaniac

4. Anna Molly

5. Love Hurts

6. Wish You Were Here

7. Warning

8. Stellar

9. Talk Shows On Mute

10. Pardon Me

11. Dig

12. Oil And Water

13. Are You In?

14. Nice To Know You

15. Midnight Swim

Disc 2

1. Neither Of Us Can See

2. Look Alive

3. While All The Vultures Feed

4. Pantomime

5. Anything

6. Punch Drunk

7. Admiration

8. Martini

10. Monuments And Melodies

11. Let's Go Crazy

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Track List: Light Grenades

1. Quicksand

2. A Kiss To Send Us Off

3. Dig

4. Anna Molly

5. Love Hurts

6. Light Grenades

7. Earth To Bella (Part I)

8. Oil And Water

9. Diamonds And Coal

10. Rogues

11. Paper Shoes

12. Pendulous Threads

13. Earth To Bella (Part Ii)

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Track List: Morning View

1. Nice To Know You

2. Circles

3. Wish You Were Here

4. Just A Phase

5. 11am

6. Blood On The Ground

7. Mexico

8. Warning

9. Echo

10. Have You Ever

11. Are You In

12. Under My Umbrella

13. Aqueous Transmission

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Track List: Make Yourself

1. Privilege

2. Nowhere Fast

3. Consequence

4. The Warmth

5. When It Comes

6. Stellar

7. Make Yourself

8. Drive

9. Clean

10. Battlestar Scralatchtica

11. I Miss You

12. Pardon Me

13. Out From Under

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Track List: S.C.I.E.N.C.E

1. Redefine

2. Vitamin

3. New Skin

4. Idiot Box

5. Glass

6. Magic Medicine

7. A Certain Shade Of Green

8. Favorite Things

9. Summer Romance (Anti-Gravity Love Song)

10. Nebula

11. Deep Inside

12. Calgone

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Track List: Fungus Amongus

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Track List: A Crow Left Of The Murder...

1. Megalomaniac

2. A Crow Left Of The Murder

3. Agoraphobia

4. Talk Shows On Mute

5. Beware! Criminal

6. Sick Sad Little World

7. Pistola

8. Southern Girl

9. Priceless

10. Zee Deveel

11. Made For TV Movie

12. Smile Lines

13. Here In My Room

14. Leech

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Track List: Absolution Calling (Single)

3. Absolution Calling

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Track List: Adolescents (Radio Single)

1. Adolescents

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Track List: Black Heart Inertia (Radio Single)

1. Black Heart Inertia

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Track List: Trust Fall (Side A)

1. Trust Fall

2. Make Out Party

3. Absolution Calling

4. Dance Like You're Dumb

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Come one come all to 1984
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Don't ever let life pass you by
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jessicagelet a
hey waz up? i love your band and also your cd? incubus r.t.y.2016? b.b. r.t.y. 2016?your friend: j.a.k.b.?
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Fav
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Oil and water don't mix aha
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Rad
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Music that awakens the underlying wants and needs of our souls and takes us to a higher level of living is music we all should encourage...
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hey mega-lomania c ! you're no jesus! yes you're no f**king elvis!
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Don't read this. You will be kissed on the nearest possible Friday by the love of your life. Don't stop this is freaky! But if you read this and ignore it you will get bad luck. Put this on 15 songs in 143 minutes. When you are done press the space bar and your crushes name will appear in big letters on the screen.
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onestrainer1
Will always Love these guys!
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Love this song❤️
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the best
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lilygraceflo r a
I found them by red hot chili peppers XD >w<
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❤❤❤❤❤
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I truly love this
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Dig!!! Blood on the Ground!!! Clean!!! Great song after great song!!! One of the best bands ever!!! Never get tired of this band!!! True professional s ! !
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All those people who repost that crush crap are all desperate s**ts, instead of reposting your crap 15 times how about you get off your arse and just go talk to the person or nothings gonna F#@*''n happen!
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Love this song DIG
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Dylan Kleitz
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I never heard this song are you in until right now people. Right now my ears are having a party and you're invited bring chips
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When I first herd their song drive I thought this was a christen rock band
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Great band
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Missing the EP "Let Me Tell Ya Bout Root Beer"...that was their first release...
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I do not have cellphone Iam in Heaven
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Thanks for the positive music energy incubus you guys are a timeless collaboratio n that is much appreciated!
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I love this band so much, their music has a mystical quality, especially in their earlier albums
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What ever tomorrow brings ill be there with open arms and open eyes, yeah
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Would you choose water over wine. Hold the wheel and drive!
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lmadams1117
Come somewhere close to Iowa so I can see you guys again!
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Merry Christmas y'all!!
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"As The Call, So The Echo"
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Had the chance to chill with them..I regret it everyday not going.
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We all have someone, that digs at us!!!
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The best outfit in the world..
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Should have more likes rock on!!!
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F yes!!!!!
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matt72288
Are you in?
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alabastervil l i s 0
boring
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Hail Brandon Boyd LOL ������������
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Pardon Me ouo
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Incubus is just freaking great, I love their music.
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I can relate too this song what I out of it my drug addiction to heroin being Peel back all day and life pass you by real quick so yea I love this band for someone in band probably has same problem.
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Cool song makes me think about her
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Saw them last night in Vegas but yhey didnt play Dig or I miss you ��
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I remember watching their music video for "Dig" when I was six. Good times, good times.
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They sound amazing live! I just saw them in Irvine and they are and will continue to be my fav band. They are incredibly talented
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"Whatever tomorrow brings, I'll be there with open arms and eyes..."
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They flat out blow away anything clear Chanel calls radio worthy.
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Incubus is cool
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