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Incubus has been around for some time but their newest album has caught my attention and the attention of the music world The album entitled Make Yourself features a great selection of music with every song on the record being good Today there are cds that contain the 2 or 3 good songs played on the radio and thats it with Incubus the songs on the cd are even better than the ones that are known They are creative and use their own type of style and their own music Incubuss third record Make Yourself is more then just your average album The album consists of thirteen songs each being different This is one aspect that I believe is a major attraction in buying an album along with each song being a good song The album starts out with a great opening track Privilege This song really sets the whole tone for the rest of the music to come Its a catchy tune with a great feel to it As the Cd progresses on songs like Nowhere Fast and Make Yourself show the bands rock side with hard riffs and a driving force that just pulls you through the songs On the other side there are songs like Consequence The Warmth and Drive which give you a different feel They are softer but are still rock metal Unforgiven by Metallica is an example of this Stellar and Pardon Me the two songs played on the radio fit right into the cd making it enjoyable Both songs have a great beat and flow of music They are catchy giving them a certain remembrance to them At the same time they are totally different songs each with different chords and rhythms just like every other song on the album Of course there is that general guitar and drum combination but the way they use them to make new songs is what makes the album so original
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