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Incubus - Light Grenades [2LP]




A1 Quicksand 2:13
A2 A Kiss To Send Us Off 4:16
A3 Dig 4:17
B1 Anna Molly 3:46
B2 Love Hurts 3:57
B3 Light Grenades 2:20
B4 Earth To Bella (Part I) 2:28

C1 Oil And Water 3:50
C2 Diamonds And Coal 3:47
C3 Rogues 3:56
D1 Paper Shoes 4:17
D2 Pendulous Threads 5:35
D3 Earth To Bella (Part II) 2:56

Light Grenades is the sixth studio album by alternative rock band Incubus, released on November 28, 2006 on Epic Records. The album sold 359,000 copies during its first week of release worldwide, and debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200, selling 165,000 copies in the U.S. in its first week; it is the band's first number one album. [10] However, Light Grenades also holds the dubious honor of having the title of the biggest drop from No. 1 in chart history, falling from No. 1 to No. 37 in its second week on the Billboard 200 Albums chart and breaking the record set by Marilyn Manson's The Golden Age of Grotesque, which fell from No. 1 to No. 21 in 2003. The album fell just short of becoming Incubus's fourth consecutive U.S. platinum album selling 845,000.

Incubus' guitarist, commented in an interview with MTV that the album sounds like 13 different bands playing 13 different songs... Every time we're about to start making a new album, I tell myself, 'Okay, this one's going to be cohesive,' and it never happens. For the most part, Light Grenades expands upon the sounds previously explored in 2004's A Crow Left of the Murder....

Other songs showcase a new direction for the band. For example, Brandon Boyd describes the curious recording technique behind Paper Shoes: There's a song called 'Paper Shoes' where Michael and I mic'd our bodies with ambient mics and did the percussion tracks pounding on our chests and skulls. The galloping rhythm is us pounding on our chests. It was really funny. We were trying so hard not to laugh because we were sitting there like cavemen beating our chests!