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  • Vinyl (10 July 2013)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Label: Import
  • ASIN: B009VTAG2S
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (104 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 294,321 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Limited edition double 180gm vinyl pressing of this 1999 album by the California-based Hard Rock band housed in a numbered gatefold sleeve.

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i originally bought this album because my friend said that it was one of her favourite cd's of all time. she wasnt wrong! incubus present such a diverse and beautiful selection of tracks here, ranging from the loud and passionate 'pardon me', the acoustic tones of 'drive' (my personal favourite) and even the romantic 'i miss you'. it is incommon for a band as established as incubus to produce an album so different and diverse without alienating their fanbase, but this reaches out to the existing incubus fans and certainly created a lot of new fans. needless to say, this album is an absolute must for all music lovers. brandon boyd's vocals perfectly compliment the tone of each song and highlight the thought provoking lyrics in every track. just buy it, it really is worth the money, and plus there's a bonus cd of acoustic remakes of some songs. this album will have no problem achieving classic status.
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I say genre, but I think it's a little unfair to categorise Incubus as a 'nu-metal' band - what's on show here is far more diverse. Alright they certainly like loud guitars, but they also like to throw in some funky basses and samples that actually add something to the song. While I don't want to criticise other nu-metal bands, I think Incubus really need to stand out there on their own. The biggest reason - Brandon Boyd's superb voice and songwriting capabilities. He raises issues that many other bands do, (pressures of the world on young people, attempts to be moulded into society), but somehow deals with them in the right way, looking at it without hate but hope. (the hit single drive being the best example). That said my personal fave is 'Stellar' a chilled out rock ballad. Buy it enjoy it, whether you like nu metal or not.
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Brilliant! This is a outstanding album from an outstanding American band. Their music is inspirational, and every track on this album is, in its own individual way, a gem.
The contrast between songs is something very rarely seen in modern day LP's, but these guys pull it off, and then some!
My favourite track has to be 'Make Yourself', possibly because as i am merely sixteen, little else interests me than heavy rock, but the song is well written and magnificently performed!
But there is something for everyone here unless you're a Mozart purist, in that case stay away!
But if you want to blow a tenner on something, and you want to blow it on something good; blow it on this!
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From the moment the opening chords of "Privilege" rip through the sound system, you know you're in for an amazing forty odd minutes of an album, and Incubus fail to disappoint. Each song has a completely different approach to music. The band embrace each note and release it harmonically, yet also with zest to the listener. "The warmth" and the intstumental piece are slightly out of co-ordination with the remaining tracks, but still capture the essence of Incubus. The musicians alter from album to album, and if you were expecting the encore of funk-metal previously produced on S.C.I.E.N.C.E, there are hints of it in tracks such as "Make Yourself" and "Out from Under", but don't be put off, because this album is probably what defines Incubus among today's society of up and coming bands. Songs which have made legendary trademarks, such as "Drive" and "Pardon Me" are the epitomy of the bands' roots, and probably lead on to the softer and possibly more volatile sounds of their recent release - Morning View. To all pure Incubus fans, this is a memorable and must-have CD to your collection, and you'll admire every sound Brandon, Mike, Dirk, Jose and DJ Kilmore produce. The only thing to bear in mind is the fact that there are five members of this band, it's so easy to focus on one!
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Never before have i listened to an album so much. Its the best cd i've ever bought by far, and for so many reasons. Incubus has to be one of the most diverse groups on the market. They can do jazz, rock, pop, metal etc, and they don't just pull it off, the make it their own. Privelidge is an excellent track, Relatively heavy, but not just thrash. Other songs such as The Warmth (a masterpiece, mainly due to the man at the decks,) and Stellar (an extremely clever song which mixes moody soft riffs with pwr chords,) and then of course you have more well known songs such as Pardon Me, and especially Drive, which is a masterpiece of a song.
The main reason that i love this album so much is that i have no favorite, i love every song on it. From Drive to I Miss You which are more soft, to Out From Under and the epic Make Yourself, a worthy title track. I have nothing more to say except buy this album. I started listening to it and haven't stopped. Its been months, and i'm not bored yet. Get it.
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Make Yourself is an amazing album. Now it comes with the added 4 acoustic tracks, its even more of an amazing purchase. It all starts off with the catchy riff leading into the hard first track Privilege that is a great way to start off the album. All I need to say is that every song on this album is fantastic. If you are into all the nu-metal that is flooding MTV nowadays, you need to check these guys out. This stuff will blow you away, its got the hard edge that makes bands like Limp Bizkit popular, but unlike Durst, the singing and lyrics of Boyd (Incubus' singer) are far, far superior. The rest of the band is extremely talented. The DJ adds some very cool scratching and extra texture to the songs. The Bassist, although not showing his talent in funk bass lines as much as on the last album, which is also magnificent still provides his amazing part. Buy this album! You WILL not regret it.
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