Love ‘em or not, Incubus has definitely been one of the most prolific bands of our generation. The music has definitely changed throughout the years but that just shows that the band is willing to grow and change directions throughout their almost 20-year existence as a band.
Two decades later, the band has seven studio albums to show for their portfolio as one of modern rock’s most noteworthy mainstream acts.
Each album had a unique flavor that is almost incomparable toÂ the next.
Fungus Amongus had a very distinct funk sound that pushed a lot of boundaries.
S.C.I.E.N.C.E. was a very varied and eclectic mix of funk, modern rock and the kitchen sink.
Make Yourself was the first album that got the band known into the mainstream.
Morning View allowed the band to explore a more mellow sound.
A Crow Left of the Murder was slightly more melodic and marked the first time that Incubus went to the Philippines.
Light Grenades took people for a spin and spawned hits like Anna Molly and Love Hurts.
And the new album, the new album If Not Now, When? despite getting lukewarm reviews is beginning to grow on some people.
What’s your favorite Incubus album?
Just a reminder, the Incubus concert is on July 28, 2011 at the Araneta Coliseum. Tickets are already on sale so make sure you get yours soon!