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Album Review

Incubus lead singer Brandon Boyd's debut solo album The Wild Trapeze is one of those busman's holidays in which an artist known for one thing tries some experiments without coming up with a real alternate identity. Boyd employs dense acoustic rock arrangements and under-produces the tracks for a rough sound, whether he's rocking out or trying ballads. He often buries his vocals, and even when audible, his imagistic words defy clear comprehension. Often, the music recalls ‘80s Bowie heirs like Adam & the Ants and Duran Duran, or even David Bowie himself. The project has a rough, unfinished feel, as if it were thrown together when Boyd had a break in his schedule. Incubus fans will be interested in hearing what the singer has to say on his own, but at this point, a full-fledged solo career doesn't seem in the offing.

Customer Reviews


While awesome music underneath, the mastering on this album is unbelievably bad. Worth the buy, but if you can't stand bad production, don't buy.

its just grows on you

Give this album a chance after 3-5 listens you really get the mood and feel for it.
Great solo effort by Brandon as always poetic and thought provoking lyrics and his voice is just getting better and better.

Completely agree

The material sounds awesome but is completely ruined by outstandingly bad production. The CD is the same.

The Wild Trapeze, Brandon Boyd
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