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Word: incubus

Definition: burden; very worriying problem; mental care; nightmare; male devil; CF. succubus


Sentences Containing 'incubus'

"Morning View" was the last Incubus album to feature bassist Alex Katunich.
"Q" gave it a score of four stars out of five and stated that "even at their most acerbic or delicately downplayed extremes, Incubus are compelling.", while CDNow noted that Incubus "has begun to grow up a bit."
Amidst touring, Incubus was still experiencing commercial milestones for their previous album.
Beyond 14:59 in 2000, Sugar Ray teamed up with The Alkaholiks to contribute the track "Make Room" on the Rap Rock collaboration album, Loud Rocks, alongside other similar artists such as Crazytown and Incubus.
In a season 5 episode 23 of Barney Miller, an irate man believes that he has been frequented by a succubus and an incubus, thus causing his crime.
In August, the band performed their first shows in Australia and Japan before returning to the US for their long-awaited headlining tour; joining their long-time friends from California, Hoobastank and Phantom Planet, Incubus embarked on the Honda Civic Tour which kept ticket prices low through sponsorship and saw the band give away cars to fans.
Incubus embarked on a headlining touring on August 31 with their last concert for "Morning View" taking place on November 2.
Incubus played on the "Late Show with David Letterman" on February 14, 2002.
It has an overall softer sound than previous albums, especially apparent on songs like "Echo" and "Are You In?"; however, Incubus's heavier side is still evident on tracks like "Have You Ever" and "Under My Umbrella." Songs such as "Just a Phase" display more original song structures compared to their previous work.
Many other notable artists have performed at the venue, including Cher, Bruce Springsteen, Linkin Park, Roger Waters, Mariah Carey, Metallica, Incubus, Guns N' Roses, David Bowie, Green Day, AC/DC, Muse, Britney Spears, Katy Perry, Elton John, Lady Gaga, The Eagles, Coldplay, Miley Cyrus, Chris Brown, The Black Eyed Peas, Kylie Minogue, Marilyn Manson, Iron Maiden, Justin Bieber, Rihanna, Beyoncé, Alicia Keys, Taylor Swift The Script, Meat Loaf, Pitbull (entertainer), Taio Cruz, Justin Timberlake, Nicki Minaj and many more.
Morning View is the fourth studio album by American rock band Incubus, released October 23, 2001 through Immortal Records.
Once finished with the recording of their new album, Incubus began touring with Hundred Reasons in Europe from June until the first week of July.
Relieved of the incubus that had fastened upon him for so long a time, and of the dreadful apprehensions under which he had lived, he is hardly the same person.
The facility has also hosted commencements and concerts such as Bob Dylan, Green Day, Incubus, Ludacris, Foo Fighters, Drake (entertainer) and Harry Connick Jr. The arena contains 53000 square feet (160 feet by 320 feet) of space.
The first CD, entitled "Nighttiming" was produced by Mike Einziger of Incubus and features a cover photo from Roman Coppola. The album was first released on iTunes on March 20, 2007.
The only 1990s song remaining on Alt Nation's playlist is "Stellar" by Incubus, from their 1999 album "Make Yourself".
The re-recorded Marillion tracks are "Punch Judy", "Incubus" (from Fugazi, 1984), "Kayleigh", "Lavender" (from Misplaced Childhood, 1985), "Incommunicado", "Sugar Mice" (Clutching at Straws, 1987).
This would also be their last show with bassist Alex Katunich who left the Incubus soon later due to personal reasons.
Topping all previous Incubus records, "Morning View" debuted on the "Billboard" 200 at #2 with 266,000 copies sold in its first week.

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