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Light Grenades

25 Nov 2006

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  • Original Release Date: 22 Nov 2006
  • Release Date: 22 Nov 2006
  • Label: Epic/Immortal
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  • Total Length: 47:37
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  • ASIN: B001GSBAP4
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (37 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 26,131 in MP3 Albums (See Top 100 in MP3 Albums)

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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By T. FIELDSEND on 13 April 2007
Format: Audio CD
What can i say about Incubus. For a start they areone of my favourite bands. I knew i would love this album long before it came out, i had faith that with every release they out do the last so this would be the same.

'A crow left of the murder' although it took time to get into proved to be an exceptional album, especially after you see some of the tracks live on the Alive at Red Rocks Dvd.
'Morning View' is one of my favourite albums of all time. Start to finish, beautiful.
'Make yourself', with tracks like Drive and Pardon Me was a good step in a different direction from 'S.c.i.e.n.c.e', the classic full length debut album that caught everyones attention. I know some are still adament that they went down hill from that album. I strongly disagree, they have merely matured and experimented, developing their own unique style and sound.

So, being highly anticipated, with everyone asking themselves what stance they would take on a new album, does 'Light Genades' deliver to the fans?
I think so.

For a start this album is far more accessible than the last, leaving out alot of the experimental sides and going for a slightly cleaner and crystal clear approach. Its like they knew what the fans wanted this time and delivered.
Right from the start, when i first listened and got to the end of the 3rd or 4th track i was already desperate to hear them again.

'Quicksand' is a slow steady introduction that just sets the atmosphere of the album beautifully. It leads into 'A kiss to send us off' which really gets the blood pumping building at the end to an amazing wave of sound.
Then we have 'Dig', for me the albums most powerful track and in my opinion one of their most beautiful songs ever made.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Andrew Curd on 9 Feb 2007
Format: Audio CD
I've been an incubus fan for a number of years now and own everything that they've done...ever. If you are a Incubus follower or listener i'd recommend buying this album. It's a tenner well spent basically.

The reason why this album doesn't get 4 stars is because of Earth to Bella (both parts). I reckon the guys from Incubus would be the first to admit that these songs don't work on this album. I cannot flaw anything else on this album.

Quicksand- Really good song. I really didn't expect this kind of opening from an Incubus album, but this shwos class, exploration of a strange time signature, and it shwos that they have structured this album really well. And the vocals are bloody awesome

A Kiss to send us off- Love the way that the ending of quicksand and this song blend together. This song has got everything going for it. Catchy riff typical of Incubus' recent stuff, great chorus, moving verses. BLoody great. Brandon again excells (but when doesn't here... Earth to bella perhaps).

Dig- I've got a friend who loves this song, and i can see why. Really well thought out song, love the electric/acoustic juxtaposition. Good lyrics, drumming could be a bit more exciting i suppose (but i'm a drummer and i have high expectations from Jose). Classic Incubus song, up there with Wish you were here, Southern girl, Drive.

Anna Molly- Its so god it makes me laugh. I find the guitar quite cheeky in the introduction, and the bass part in the verse. Really well put together song. Perhaps the highlight of the album for me. I love the drumming, thank you Jose.

Love Hurts- Shame about the emo like title, but the song is bloody good, typical recent incubus song really. Good lyrics. 'Tonight we drink to youth' muhaha.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By N. Lizardos on 28 Nov 2006
Format: Audio CD
Im a big fan of Incubus & have listened to there stuff for a few years now,i have "A Crow Left Of The Murder" & "Make Yourself" & loved every song as soon as the music hit my ears. I m not sure if i just need to hear these songs a few more times but they havn't all had that same effect. In my view half of the songs are wicked and the other half seem rushed, i don't feel

Brandon Boyd's normally stunning lyrics are quite up to scratch however its not all bad! Incubus have still combined some great hard-hitting tracks such as "Rogues" & "A Kiss To Send Us Off" along with their more melodic efforts such as "Dig" & "Love Hurts". If you previously loved songs such as "Wish You Were Here" & "Echo" like i do you wikll love there efforts on slower songs on this album. I feel track1 which is Quicksand might be a new style of music are exploring as it doesn't remind me of anything previous songs by the band and quite honestly its no good, maybe as a first track it gave me a negative feeling. On the songs my only other critisicm would be "Earth to Bella Part 1&2" which just seem a bit off the mark. Overall though im not dissapointed there are still some great tracks on this album so get buying!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Dafydd Jones on 23 Jan 2007
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This is my first Incubus album. Having nearly bought their previous offering, 'A Crow Left Of The Murder', I decided to purchase this one in the hope that I would not be disappointed.

Looking at the tracks and their length I was somewhat dismayed by only 47 minutes over 13 tracks but I value quality over quantity. Except for one track of filler, the rest is pleasantly surprising.

The first track is 'Quicksand', a lovely, atmospheric introduction into the album, which is fair enough. Introductions are fine, as long as what follows them is worthy of being one of the strongest tracks on the album. Here, it proves to be no different.

'A Kiss To Send Us Off' is fast, raucous and hard-rocking. This is good stuff, both musically and vocally. Most definitely one of the strongest tracks on this album. 9/10.

'Dig' is a little slower, and softer. However, it still rocks and Brandon Boyd's songwriting is impressive. This merits a decent 8/10.

'Anna Molly' was the first song I heard off this album, and it impressed me enough to buy the album. One of the strongest tracks on the album. Not a particularly heavy one, but that's what's good about this album. It's full of variety and you don't know what to expect next. A radio-friendly tune, and a good one at that. 9/10.

Track five is 'Love Hurts'. This is my personal favourite, and it has a melodic feel to it while being quite heavy at the same time. Incubus seem to be good at doing this kind of thing, because they've done songs like it before, and it will be seen in a similar vein further on in the album. The lyrics are excellent. "Love hurts, but sometimes it's a good hurt..." The best track on the album in my opinion. Merits a 10.
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