Incubus S.C.I.E.N.C.E.
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Confessed2005
March 3rd 2008



3314 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

They have some strong metal influence though. Look at Redefine and A Certain Shade of Green.

This is a sick album, one of my fave alternative rock albums.

RoshanC
March 4th 2008



219 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

I just got this album, its good, but it didnt blow my mind. Dirk Lance is one of my favourite bassists tho. Everything they did after this annoys me because they lost the funky sound and the music became much more mainstream and bland. The funk was the best thing about the band. But the DJ is cool.

And Mike Patton and Bungle are all over this album. You cn hear how Boyd is almost imitating Patton at times, and the brief changes of genre found in this album show the clear Bungle influence. Its not a bad thing though, im a massive Patton and Dunn fan

72haha72
April 24th 2008



436 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

Man I love this album, it's a shame I discovered it just recently

Yazz_Flute
August 26th 2008



18770 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

Listening to this album again right now, soooo awesome. And 6 of the first 7 songs (excluding magic medicine) have 86 or more plays on itunes, 3 over 100 (redefine, new skin, and a certain shade of green) and new skin is my most played song on itunes with 245. Over 4 years after i first heard this album and I still love it.

Digging: Eskaton - 4 Visions

timbo8
September 23rd 2008



618 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Just got this today. WHY OH WHY did it take me so long to listen to this!

pdbn
January 16th 2009



130 Comments


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pdbn
January 16th 2009



130 Comments


Good Review, Good album!

timbo8
February 1st 2009



618 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

I found a sound in the house one day...

Awesomesauce
February 9th 2009



1084 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Incubus' best work by miles. Top record.

Relinquished
June 16th 2009



24929 Comments


I always wondered who that guy in the cover was

bennybox
August 14th 2009



2 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

I completely agree and feel that this is nothing short of a revolutionary album. It's really a shame that they turned so "mainstream" after Make Yourself...if they could have kept reinventing the wheel like they did with S.C.I.E.N.C.E. I think they'd have conquered the world by now.

I just saw the band at Radio City Music Hall and was so disappointed. In two nights the only song they played from the album that they should still be hailing was "Redefine" (which was phenomenal, no less). Hopefully they'll come up with something newer-ish on the next record.

Willie
Moderator
August 14th 2009



15914 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

I love this entire album.

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PuddlesPuddles
August 14th 2009



4772 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

^ Definitely not

Disonnect and let me drift!
Until my upside down is right side in!

WatchItExplode
August 14th 2009



3227 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

Classic...yes, classic. I really don't even care for their later albums. They lost the funk when they lost Dirk, so tragic.

DanE3005
August 22nd 2009



25 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

Amazing album, but who the fuck rated this a 1??

TheWireless
September 13th 2009



7 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

Easily Incubus' most original and creative album. Definitely my favorite of theirs too.

KILL
January 10th 2010



71482 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

cool ass album

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EVedder27
January 10th 2010



6088 Comments


yup

IleftyspankedU
January 20th 2010



691 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

I miss Incubus sounding like this. Once Dirk left after morning view they completely lost me.

joesmoe4000
April 25th 2010



369 Comments


simply incubus at their best!

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