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1999 Paradise in Distress. The Make Yourself Foundation does not accept cash donations from fans. 1997 Naked II (unplugged). Incubus also releases a CD series of "bootlegs" which feature recordings of live appearances and exlusive material, which directly benefit the charity. 1995 Love Sweat (covers). Funds are gathered solely from ticket sales, merchandise, events, online auctions and album proceeds. 1994 Face It (partially unplugged). The Make Yourself Foundation was started by the founding members of the band in 2003 as a non-profit organization which donates to causes the band deems worthy.
1992 The Naked Truth (unplugged). Also on the main stage were The Donnas, Jurassic 5, A Perfect Circle, Queens of the Stone Age, Audioslave, and Jane's Addiction. 1991 Bloody Buccaneers. In 2003, the new Incubus played at the newly-revived Lollapalooza concert. 1989 Keeper of the Flame. He seems to have impressed because he was announced as the replacement for newly departed bassist Alex Katunich. 1986 The Hole. The band later said this was his 'audition'.
1984 Something Heavy Going Down (live). Added to the line-up of the Time Lapse Consortium was Ben Kenney on the bass, from the band The Roots. 1984 N.E.W.S.. A bootleg was released of the show at the Roxy in Los Angelas. 1982 Cut. He also asked for help from Suzi Katayama, who had worked on Morning View, to arrange the orchestra. 1981 2nd Live. However, despite his intention of a solo project, he ended up enlisting all the remaining members of the band, except Chris Kilmore.
1980 Prisoner of the Night. He wrote the music himself and it came out as a jazz/funk mix. 1979 No Promises...No Debts. During the break, guitarist Mike Einziger set up the Time Lapse Consortium. He gathered together a group of musicians to perform a select number of shows. 1978 Grab It for a Second. This new info was not released to the general public and the band took a break from Incubus to deal with the news and to take a breather from the constant pressure of writing music. 1977 Live. Dirk Lance), decided to leave the group.
1976 Contraband. After the tour, bassist Alex Katunich(a.k.a. 1976 To the Hilt. Incubus was allowed to design a Civic given away in a drawing. 1975 Switch. In April 2002, the band hit the road again, this time as the headline band for Honda's Civic Tour with Hoobastank. 1973 Moontan. Coupled with this, the band were now selling out big arenas and became a household name in the industry.1 (http://enjoyincubus.com/bio.html).
1972 Together. The success of Morning View and "Wish You Were Here" marked the band as a truely popular, mainstream rock band, reaching #2 in the billboards, with Morning View reaching #2 in the album charts, selling 440,000 copies in its first week. 1971 Seven Tears. The other singles from the album were "Nice To Know You", "Warning" and "Are You In" and a radio single, "Circles". 1970 Golden Earring. In interviews, the band all appeared very positive about their latest release; as Brandon Boyd puts it, "we all moved into a magnificent, Malibu mansion, set up our gear in the living room with a view of the ocean, and began creating what would be our most free-flowing work to date." The band also released a DVD after this album, featuring a live performance at the Morning View Mansion, footage of the band in the mansion, a photo gallery and the cut and un-cut versions of Wish You Were Here. 1969 Eight Miles High. The house was located on a street named "Morning View"; hence the name.
1969 On the Double. The sound of the record is generally seen as a reflection of that environment, as opposed to the basement where S.C.I.E.N.C.E. was recorded. 1968 Miracle Mirror. The album was a much more mellow record as opposed to the hard sounds on Make Yourself and S.C.I.E.N.C.E., thus coming into criticism from veteran fans but still retained such rockers as Have You Ever and Under My Umbrella. 1967 Winter-Harvest. This album was recorded in a mansion on the Pacific coast of California. 1965 Just Earrings. Morning View was released on October 23, 2001.
It was replaced with footage from the band in the Morning View Mansion where the album was recorded. Originally the video showed the band running from a group of screaming girls, forcing them to jump off a bridge into a river. "Wish You Were Here", the first single from the group's next album, Morning View was released on August 21, 2001, and reached number two in the US. At the end of September the video for "Wish You Were Here" was released, after being re-cut in order to make it more "viewable" in the aftermath of the terrorist attacks of September 11th. The "Drive" video was nominated for an MTV Video Music Award in the category Best Group Video, but the award went to *NSYNC.
The band also played in Australia and Japan, before touring with Hoobastank in the United States. 2001 was a busy year for the band, when Incubus went on the road with Hundred Reasons in the summer and played the Area One Festival before their Make Yourself went Double Platinum, selling two million copies. Fungus Amongus was re-released on November 7th, 2000, as a response to demand for the independently released album. During the year 2000, Incubus toured with Queen Adreena, 311, Deftones and Taproot and played Ozzfest again.
Later the DVD, When Incubus Attacks Volume 2 was also released, featuring live footage, music videos and various backstage footage. In the first week of its release (August 22nd, 2000), When Incubus Attacks Volume 1 sold almost 40,000 copies, and reached number 41 on the US Billboard Album Charts. After playing the Ozzfest tour again, a six song EP, When Incubus Attacks Volume 1, was released. The next single, "Drive," did one better, reaching #1 and giving the band a new, mainstream following.
It reached #2 in the Billboard Charts. "Stellar" was the second single released from Make Yourself, and the video was played on MTV and TRL. The single reached #3 in the Billboard Music Charts. "Pardon Me" was released as a single and -- as MTV began playing the video -- the band began to gain a mainstream following.
Immediately they went out on tour again, this time with Primus. The album was a much more mainstream rock album than the experimental S.C.I.E.N.C.E.. After touring with Black Sabbath, Incubus began recording Make Yourself, which was released on October 26, 1999. A live recording of the song "New Skin" appeared on the Family Values compilation CD.
The band then continued to tour, playing in Europe and America with the likes of Sugar Ray, Hoobastank, 311, Far, One Minute Silence, Cold, Limp Bizkit, (hed) p.e., Snot, Soulfly, System of a Down, Korn, Papa Roach, as well as playing the Warped Tour for three dates, the Ozzfest and the Family Values tour in the summer and fall of 1998. In February 1998, DJ Lyfe was asked to leave because of trouble within the band and Chris Kilmore was brought in to fill the vacant position. "A Certain Shade Of Green" was the only single from the album and didn't make a dent in the singles charts. S.C.I.E.N.C.E. was released on September 9, 1997.
Incubus collaborated with DJ Greyboy to produce the song "Familiar" for the Spawn movie soundtrack in 1997. Many songs from Fungus Amongus were rereleased on Enjoy Incubus, but were touched up. Enjoy Incubus was released on Immortal Records on January 7 of that year, exactly two years after the band's second demo. Between that release and their 1997 major label debut EP, Enjoy Incubus, the band acquired DJ Lyfe, who introduced hip-hop sounds to the band's already diverse mix of music.
On November 1, 1995, Fungus Amongus was released on the band's own label,Stopuglynailfungus Music on Chillum. On January 7, 1995, the demo tape Incubus was released, featuring songs that would later appear on their first album, Fungus Amongus, and their EP, Enjoy Incubus. One song of interest from this demo was "Bathe In My Snot", which harnessed much of the band's newly created energy. For the next few years, Incubus continued to play live and write music, which cumulated in their first demo recording released in 1994, titled Closet Cultivation.
In 1991, after adopting the name Incubus, the band began playing at parties in their neighborhood. At this time they began writing their own music. They asked their friend, Brandon Boyd to join and he became the vocalist. They mostly played Metallica and Megadeth covers and were able to get a few gigs at friend's parties.
Jose Pasillas, Alex Katunich, Mike Einziger began jamming together while at Calabasas High School in 1990. "Incubus" is latin for "nightmare." Mike says that the name was chosen because it sounded silly; Brandon holds that it was chosen because they were teenagers and the definition had the word "sex" in it. After a few failed choices, Mike looked in a thesaurus and chose "Incubus" almost at random. The band needed to think of a name hours before their first show.
Dirk Lance) (bass). Former members of the band include DJ Lyfe (turntables) and Alex Katunich (a.k.a. Incubus is an eclectic rock band, that consists of five men from Calabasas, California: Brandon Boyd (vocals and percussion), Mike Einziger (guitar), Ben Kenney (bass), Jose Pasillas (drums) and DJ Kilmore (turntables). There is also a demon called an incubus..