180 Gram Vinyl Record
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Double 180-gram LPs; the album's first time on vinyl!
Deluxe gatefold jacket
Includes "Drive," "Pardon Me" and "Stellar"
"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." — Amazon.com
|When It Comes|
|I Miss You|
|Out from Under|