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Crow Left of the Murder... album for sale by Incubus was released Feb 08, 2005 on the Epic label. The requisite elements that Incubus fans have come to expect are firmly in place on A CROW LEFT OF THE MURDER, with the up-tempo bombast of "Megalomaniac" and "Beware? Criminal," the softer dynamics of "Southern Girl," and radio-friendly "Talk Shows On Mute." What may come as a surprise are the jazzy, proggy moments. In that light, some nods to Rush crop up, as with the chorus of the title track, "Agoraphobia" and the extended instrumental section of "Pistola." Guitarist Mike Einziger offers up plenty of quirky, interesting guitar work, especially in "Sick, Sad Little World" and "Priceless." CROW stands as an evolved statement of intent for Incubus, and a promise that the sky's the limit for this bird of flight. Crow Left of the Murder... CD music contains a single disc with 14 songs. ...See Full Description
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Both bass players are legends. I think that the new bass player adds in a new dimension and layer that the band were lacking on morning view.
By Long time Incubus fan (Melbourne, Australia)
This album does not add up to the others, there seems to be something missing... oh the Great bass player Dirk Lance.
By Gabe M (Wichita, KS, USA)
I appreciate the fact that Incubus is willing to attempt new styles of music and stretch there talent and this album has them experimenting with a new sound once again but is not a strong effort.
By DirectorG13 (Miami, FL, USA)
An essential album. Takes a bit to grow as it is quite different to the old Incubus stuff but is well worth the wait.
By Steph (New Zealand)
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I like Incubuses earlier albums.....but you will NOT be dissapointed if you buy this.
By Joey (Dublin, OH)
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Crow Left of the Murder... songs Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||6792023|
|Release Date||Feb 08, 2005|
|Recording Time||58 minutes|
|Personnel||Brandon Boyd - vocals, percussion|
D.J. Kilmore - turntables
Jose Antonio Pasillas II - drums
Ben Kenney - bass guitar
Mike Einziger - guitar
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Crow Left of the Murder... buy CD music DualDisc content includes both DVD-A & 5.1 surround sound mixes of the album.
Over the course of his musical career, Trent Reznor has managed to deliver a full-length studio album about every five years. Although he's a bit late with 2005's WITH TEETH (following 1999's THE FRAGILE), listeners are rewarded with Nine Inch Nails' most streamlined and straightforward record since PRETTY HATE MACHINE. Here Reznor cuts back on programming and synthesizers, opting for heavy use of guitars, bass, and--surprisingly--piano and live drums. In fact, the album's secret weapon is drummer Dave Grohl (Foo Fighters, Nirvana), whose thunderous percussive style gives certain songs--most notably the frenetic "You Know What You Are?"--added weight and a welcome no-frills rock edge. Though the techno/industrial element of Reznor's music has been played down, his lyrics are typically angst-ridden, with dramatic tales of isolation, deception, loss, and love gone wrong. More than 15 years after his debut, Reznor is as tormented as ever, and Nine Inch Nails fans wouldn't have it any other way.
CD SIDE includes: With Teeth CD Audio. DVD SIDE includes: Entire Album In 5.1 Surround Sound, Entire Album In High Resolution Stereo and 5.1 Surround On DVD-Audio Players, Entire Album In Dolby Digital Stereo And 5.1 Surround On Standard DVD Players, Music Video: The Hand That Feeds, Images During DVD-Audio Playback, Body Of Work Section With Selected Audio And Video Clips From NINs entire catalog.
|Make Yourself CD (1999)
Crow Left of the Murder... songs Take the apocalyptic, electronics-tinged riff-rock of bands like Korn. Subtract the fratboy sensibility and the Red Hot Chili Peppers-derived hip-hop rhythms. Add a sophisticated sense of melody and harmony, a more optimistic lyrical outlook, and a sense of dynamics. You've essentially got the Incubus sound. Incubus practices the kind of rapid intra-song mood shifts that were Nirvana's trademark, but instead of merely going from soft to loud and back, they change stylistically, switching from full-on hard rock to almost jangly, low-key alt-rock. The resultant sound should appeal to fans of both styles. The tasteful application of electronic effects updates the feel of MAKE YOURSELF nicely. There's plenty of teeth-gnashing and shrieking angst to be found in the lyrics, but there's hopefulness and pop-friendly catchiness as well. In the world of late-'90s radio rock, Incubus seems capable of being all things to all people.
Personnel: Brandon Boyd (vocals); Mike Einziger (guitar); Jose Antonio Pasillas II (drums); Cut Chemist (scratches).
Audio Mixers: Rick "Soldier" Will; Scott Litt.
Recording information: NRG Recording Services.
Unknown Contributor Role: DJ Lyfe.
Incubus: Brandon Boyd, Mike Einziger, Jose Pasillas II, DJ Kilmore, Dirk Lance.
Additional personnel: Dave Holdridge (cello); Cut Chemist. Nu-Mark (scratches).