|Objective Top 40 Incubus Songs Ranked|
The odd overlap of nostalgia and legitimate quality music.
Sick Sad Little World
Song riffs so hard and Brandon is moody as fuck and the guitar solo is effective as
fuck perfect song tbh
|2||Just a Phase|
When Mike comes in and plays the initial heavily-affected motif with heavy distortion
during the final chorus god what a moment
It's a shame this wasn't included on a true studio album (as with Punch Drunk), this
might be my favorite of Brandon's vocal performances. Big fan of the descending bass
riffs as well.
Incubus covers the Mars Volta!
This is still the most played song of all time on my iTunes.
Old Incubus was a riot.
Perhaps the best example of Boyd's idiosyncratic lyrics and flow. I've always really
enjoyed the stream of consciousness to his lyrics, and in this song in particular the
verses are employed with the speed and timing of a slam poet.
|10||Nice to Know You|
Artsy chill HEAVY DISTORTION spoons NICE TO KNOW YOU GOODBYEEEEE
|11||Summer Romance (Anti-Gravity Love Song)|
This song impregnated me
Because of this song I knew what Psilocybin was in 5th grade. Jams so hard.
Best B-side?should have made the final cut on Light Grenades but glad it made it onto
Monuments and Melodies.
The layering in the intro is classic
Incubus simultaneously at their most eclectic and infectious
|16||When it Comes|
Mike's distortion is so warm and pleasing on Make Yourself.
SHE WOOOOKE IN THE MOOORNIIIING
Dem funky riffs
|19||A Certain Shade of Green|
One of the first songs I ever learned on drum set.
Classic?has not at al worn on me with its time and radio ubiquity.
Maybe a bit long, but the definition of chill.
Most underrated Incubus single in my opinion.
|24||Here in My Room|
Really effective piano-ballad; really dug the more artistic and moody direction the
band took with Crow.
Sometimes I miss the Mr. Bungle-worshipping days.
|26||Under My Umbrella|
One of the band's heaviest and most abrasive cuts.
|27||In the Company of Wolves|
Pretty standard binary style of writing, which is interesting in the rock music medium.
Even back when I thought songs without heavy distortion were dumb I admitted to my
10-year old self that this was a great song.
This was the second song (After Drive) that I heard from Incubus and at the time it
was ridiculous to me that a group that released such a chill and reflective acoustic
song could be so angry.
One of my favorite drum performances from Jose.
The best of the soccer-mom soft rock tracks on INNW
Brandon says fuck like 80 times in this song, how was Make Yourself not given a
parental advisory sticker?
Where the fuck are we?
|34||Blood on the Ground|
One of the best heavy tracks on Morning View.
Really interesting song in the scheme of the album?Incubus at their most energetic
Crow was such an eclectic and weird album.
INNW was so gay