Album: S.C.I.E.N.C.E (1997)


  • Lead singer Brandon Boyd: "Redefine is about the creation of your own reality and your own world. The metaphor I used was humans being like Magic Markers. For so long, they painted black and white pictures in their life because that's all they thought they could do. But they can paint with a different color and make a very vibrant and beautiful picture if they take control." >>
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    Landon - Effingham, IL

Comments: 9

  • Zero from Nowhere, NjS.C.I.E.N.C.E. is def my favorite Incubus record. It's got the energy and silliness of Fungus Amongus/Enjoy Incubus but the intelligence and deep thinking of later Incubus. Plus it effin' rocks!
  • Alex from Bakersfield, CaThis song seems to be a precursor of the song "Make Yourself."
  • Roger from Waterford, MiAwesome bass riff in this tune.
  • Jawsh from G-vegas, ScThis song seems to be a precursor of the song "Make Yourself."
  • Pudie Tadow from Winchestertonfieldville, Iabrandon plays the digirido at the beginning of this song.
  • Nate from Aurora, IlI love the way you put that, Landon...incubus rocks and always will
  • Jack from Oklahoma City, OkThis song seems to be a precursor of the song "Make Yourself."
  • Tim from Pittsburgh, PaThis song seems to be a precursor of the song "Make Yourself."
  • Sarah-michelle from Leeds, Englandbrandon is hot!
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