is the second album by the American rock band Incubus, released on September 9, 1997 by Epic Records. The album has been certified Gold by the RIAA. It has been mentioned by various band members that the acronym . stands for Sailing Catamarans Is Every Nautical Captain's Ecstasy. Sometimes we just sit around and come up with these for laughs. In other words, there's not just one meaning, it's just food for thought," says singer Brandon Boyd.
The album stands out like a sore thumb within Incubus' most widely acclaimed albums, though, and it's because even though . was a logical progression in context of the band's musical ventures, it's a strange creature on its own. It's that chill kid in your Biology class, kinda smelly but vibey at the same time - the kid you end up becoming best friends with, despite his lack of hygienic discipline. See, he knows that sometimes it's more rewarding to embrace the filth, to be rough around the edges for the sake of something more important. only cares about elements and drugs, about love and chemicals and dust, not about how cautiously these themes should be presented, and this is why.
Incubus also manages to make their songs upbeat and danceable as well as tunes to headbang to. An admirable feat in a genre that tends to reward decibel levels instead of quality.
Released date 09 September 1997. Labels Epic Records Immortal Records (USA). Produced by Jim Wirt. Recorded at 4th Street Recording. Members owning this album128. Other productions from Incubus (USA-1). 8. If Not Now, When? Light Grenades. A Crow Left of the Murder.
Band's List Indie Rock Incubus . Released date 09 September 1997. Music StyleIndie Rock. Members owning this album11. 4. Idiot Box. 5. Glass.
Incubus on Creative ‘Recharging,’ Skrillex Team-Up, ‘. at 20. Brandon Boyd, Mike Einziger talk side projects, heartache that paved the way for their new ‘8’ LP, and look back at their pivotal 1997 album. Five years ago, the members of Incubus were experiencing one of the darkest phases of their career. Both internal and external forces were making the period around the release of If Not Now, When? an especially brutal one as they saw the end of a 17-year long relationship with their former label and wondered what they could possibly do next. I can only speak for myself, guitarist Mike Einziger tells Rolling Stone via phone. His energy, his creativity, his brain is really different than working on an Incubus album, the guitarist says of his time with Tyler. His biggest takeaway from these outside projects was opening himself up to new methods of writing and producing.
Epic, 1997) Before frontman Brandon Boyd gave up on shirts entirely and his Cali band found soft-rock chart success, Incubus were be-dreaded fun-in-the-sun spazzes, mashing together metal, funk, hip-hop, trip-hop, jazz and more on their sophomore album . Cuts like "Vitamin," "Idiot Box" and "A Certain Shade of Green" have. Fear Factory - Obsolete.
Produced by Jim Wirt. Imagine your brain as a canister filled with ink Yeah, now think of your body as the pen where the ink resides Fuse the two, kapow!
Performer:Incubus Genre: Rock Title: S.C.I.E.N.C.E. Released: 1997 Style: Funk Metal MP3 version ZIP size: 1755 mb FLAC version RAR size: 1935 mb Rating: 4.6 Votes: 326 Other Formats: VQF WAV MIDI AHX DXD RA AIFF