A strange changes in the group Incubus


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Cut Chemist was invited to the group. Did you know who this person is? Lucas McFadden (born Lucas MacFadden, born October 4, 1972), better known as Cut Chemist – a former member of the Latin-funk-team Ozomatli and hip-hop group Jurassic 5. Also participated in several projects with his friend, DJ Shadow.

The first full-length solo album, The Audience’s Listening, Cut Chemist released July 11, 2006. The title track was used for Apple iPod nano in advertising the 2nd generation.

In 2007, played a teacher of chemistry in the movie “Juno” thus justifying the second part of his stage name.

The first full-length solo album, The Audience’s Listening, Cut Chemist, along with DJ Shadow in early 2008 set off a world tour in support of the album «The Hard Sell». Also participated in the tour opening for Kid Koala.

In the spring of the 2003rd came the news that bassist Dirk Lance left the band. However, a few days later a vacancy was filled Eisinger friend and former member of The Roots Ben Kenney. How could Ben Kenney had left such famous band as Roots and went into another? Did you know for what reason this band is famous for? The Roots is an American hip-hop band from Philadelphia, Grammy winners. Known for their jazzy approach to hip-hop, emphasized live musical instruments. Their debut album was released in 1993, and they worked tirelessly with many artists of genres, including Roy Ayers and Cody Chesnutt. The Roots have received many positive reviews from critics, and had a tremendous influence on rap and R & B.March 2, 2009, steel band playing in a show Late Night with Jimmy Fallon. Incubus tour starts in Jule, so You can find best Incubus tickets now!

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