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"Ænema" is a Grammy Award-winning song by progressive metal band Tool, released as the third single from their second album Ænima. Adam Jones made a video for the song using stop-motion animation that appears on Salival. The song reached number twenty-five on the U.S. Mainstream Rock Tracks chart in August 1997.

The song makes extensive use of hemiola, a musical technique in which the emphasis in a triple meter is changed to give the illusion that both a duple and a triple meter occur in the song. For example, during the first verse, the beat appears to be in 12/8 timing, while toward the middle of the song when the lyrics from the first verse are repeated, the beat can be perceived as being in 3/4 timing

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Artist:  Tool
Album:  Ænima
Performer:  Tool
Composer:  Maynard James Keenan
Label:  Zoo Entertainment
Release Date:  1996
Length:  6:39
Song Writer:  Maynard James Keenan , Tool
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