Incubus S.C.I.E.N.C.E.
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musiclover311
August 20th 2005



38 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

good review love calgone though agreed wiht everyhtign else peace... science......the best incubus ever

musiclover311
August 20th 2005



38 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

but id have to say 311 broke it before them and id even say 311 had an affect on them they play alot of the stuff teh same live like they both do extended durm solos with the hole band but i have no idea who started it but they both rock..... 311 alittle more....peace

NEDM
August 20th 2005



1113 Comments


...?

DesolationRow
August 20th 2005



833 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

Dirk Lance said P-Nut was one of his influences and vice versa.

incubus62086
September 8th 2005



147 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

this is my favorite incubus album by far. Glass is such an amazing song

riobravo1023
September 20th 2005



274 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

This is my favorite Incubus album that I have heard(I ordered Fungus Amongus and When Incubus Attacks VOL.1 online, and they haven't come yet), and I think that every bit of it is amazing.

Idiot box, New skin, and Deep Inside are my favorite songs.

Neoteric
October 17th 2005



3243 Comments


I have honestly never heard anything from this album though I do hope it is better than the others.

Kid A
October 20th 2005



261 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

A Certain Shade of Green ownnnnnnnnnnnns.

Shaft!
November 13th 2005



37 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

Ok, I just bought this album, and could anyone tell me what the hidden track after "Calgone" is called? It's like...11 minutes long and has a few interesting noises, nothing really defining. Some cool drums, guitar, and bass but no real vocals.


CushMG15
November 13th 2005



1802 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

Certain Shade of Green and Favourite Things are tits. This is a really solid album, good review too man. Got my vote.

cjstunna
December 20th 2005



119 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5

Good review, one of my favorite albums of all time. Incubus will never get the aggressiveness and funkiness of Dirk Lance out of Ben Kenney.

kornsoad132
December 30th 2005



31 Comments


great album after this album they kinda started sucking

MXboy
January 18th 2006



2 Comments


Slay has his own opinions. He can post whether or not he likes the review. Thats what this whole comment thingy is for.

Mirror.Circuit
January 25th 2006



223 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

great album,great review.

ktstein
January 25th 2006



438 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

When i first got this album in like 1999 or something like that, I liked Vitamin and New Skin. But after years of listening to this, for some reason, I like Summer Romance and Deep Inside the best. How strange...
Awesome review.
I should be working now, but no...i'm reading music reviews...ah, such is life...

JonM
March 29th 2006



18 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

Amazing album, fine review. I was actually hoping it hadn't been reviewed yet so I could do one (I've still never done one), but no such luck. Damn you Entwistle, you take all my albums.

Confessed2005
May 7th 2006



3314 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

I laughed when I heard 'Vitamin' on 'Final Destination 2'. This is a good album; good, heavy pre-mainstream 'Incubus', although I do like 'A Crow Left Of The Murder'.

calgone
May 13th 2006



48 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

s.c.i.e.n.c.e. is probably my favorite album, period.
favorite song: vitamin

FENTOOZLER
June 30th 2006



1 Comments


amazing album and a very well written review and my favorite incubus album although make yourself is very close



The Sloth
July 17th 2006



3 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

THis album is amazing. The mix of hard rock and extreme funk really bring the album to life. I recommend this to all new listeners.



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