16. Incubus, 'If Not Now, When?'
The band once known for edgy modern rockers like “Drive” and “Pardon Me” completed their slow, sorry transformation into a slightly blander OneRepublic on their first album in five years, disappointing fans and critics alike. Alternative Press called it “an album aimed at minivan-driving moms who saw Incubus live a decade ago, but the boneheaded lyrical clichés and nap-inducing arrangements are likely to bore even them.” Ouch. Eighteen weeks after its release, “If Not Now, When?” had sold only 179,000 copies—about one-fifth as many as the band’s previous effort, 2006’s “Light Grenades.”