Clas­sic Al­bums fea­tur­ing…

José Pasil­las

Rhythm - - BEAT! -

1 S.C.I.E.N.C.E

(1997) in­cubus Heavy enough but a much bet­ter pro­duced and more rounded sig­na­ture sound. José sets his stall out on ‘New Skin’, duet­ting ur­gently with Bran­don Boyd’s per­cus­sion. ‘Ne­bula’ draws heav­ily on elec­tronic in­flu­ences.

Key Track: ‘New Skin’

2 Make Your­self

(1999) in­cubus The ar­rival of In­cubus proper, dis­till­ing the best bits of the ear­lier al­bums with song­writ­ing nous and. ‘Drive’’s pop hooks took the al­bum to the main­stream, but José’s per­for­mance on ‘Par­don Me’ re­ally shines.

Key Track: ‘Par­don Me’

3 Morn­ing View

(2001) in­cubus The per­fect storm of hits whilst re­main­ing loyal to José and co’s trade­mark groove, hooks and en­ergy. The washy hats and snare crack of opener ‘Nice To Know You’ leads per­fectly into the bounc­ing rhythm of ‘Cir­cles’. Key Track: ‘Cir­cles’

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