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HQ Live (Special Edition)


Download links and information about HQ Live (Special Edition) by Incubus. This album was released in 2012 and it belongs to Rock, Indie Rock, Alternative genres. It contains 29 tracks with total duration of 04:26:55 minutes.

Artist: Incubus
Release date: 2012
Genre: Rock, Indie Rock, Alternative
Tracks: 29
Duration: 04:26:55
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No. Title Length
1. Intro (Live) 2:13
2. Nice to Know You (Live) 4:37
3. Circles (Live) 4:44
4. Wish You Were Here (Live) 3:50
5. 11AM (Live) 4:44
6. Are You In? / Riders On the Storm (Live) 4:44
7. Aqueous Transmission (Live) 5:52
8. Privilege (Live) 3:47
9. The Warmth (Live) 5:04
10. Stellar (Live) 4:06
11. Make Yourself (Live) 3:14
12. Drive (Live) 4:57
13. I Miss You (Live) 3:09
14. Crowded Elevator (Live) 5:21
15. Megalomaniac (Live) 5:22
16. Just a Phase (Live) 5:22
17. Sick Sad Little World (Live) 6:33
18. Anna Molly (Live) 3:59
19. Pantomime (Live) 5:19
20. Promises, Promises (Live) 4:40
21. In the Company of Wolves (Live) 7:53
22. Love Hurts (Live) 3:59
23. Switchblade (Live) 4:11
24. Pardon Me (Live) 3:59
25. If Not Now, When? (Live) 5:16
26. The Original (Live) 5:14
27. Adolescents (Live) 5:06
28. Tomorrow's Food (Live) 4:44
29. HQ Live 2:14:56



In the spirit of temporary West Cost “pop-up” shops, Brandon Boyd and his band transformed a West Hollywood storefront into Incubus Headquarters where they played free concerts for seven consecutive days. Initially done as a publicity blitz to garner a buzz for the band’s seventh studio album If Not Now, When?, they also culled the best of these live performances into a Special Edition compilation, boasting old fan favorites like the pensive post-grunge rocker “Drive” and newer gems such as an intimate piano-heavy rendition of “Promises, Promises.” Mike Einziger’s guitar tone sounds amazing throughout — most noticeably in the beautifully brooding “11AM” and in the opening “Nice To Know You” where he segues from nimble arpeggios swirling in various effects to crumbling walls of tube-burning distortion (check the flawless harmonies in the chorus of this one). As hardcore fans of the band know, there’s a tangible dimension of rock-power in their live performances that doesn’t always translate when they’re tracking an album. These recordings really capture the band’s raw energy — especially “Circles.”