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reviewed Tool: Ænima. July 11, 2012
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Aenima
If you went back into the late 90's/early 00's and asked me what my favorite bands were, I would have gladly answered Tool and Rage Against the Machine. Back then, I thought both bands were such …
posted a Quick Tip about "Forty Six & 2". December 17, 2010
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Forty Six and 2
Absolutely my favorite song by Tool. "Forty Six & 2" is heavy, melodic, full of unique rhythm changes, and great lyrics. The lyrical content touches upon Jungian psychological archetypes, …
posted a Quick Tip about Tool: Lateralus. July 29, 2010
posted in Music Matters
Lateralus
Without a doubt, my favorite album of the '00s. Tool's sound has progressed and evolved into something deeply philosophical, complex, dark, and meditatively brilliant. With terrific musicianship, unusual …
reviewed Tool: Undertow. November 20, 2008
Undertow by Tool
After their short 6 song debut CD "Opiate", Tool got the exposure they needed to come up with Undertow, my favorite of the four Tool CD's. Definitely rock, Undertow is still a moodier, mellower CD than …
reviewed Tool: 10,000 Days. December 11, 2006
10,000 Days
Pros: Unique packaging, fabulous lyrics, and a few really good songs     Cons: Erratic beats and repetative notes could drive me into homicidal rage     The Bottom …
reviewed Tool: Lateralus. May 20, 2003
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Lateralus
_Lateralus_ reconciles the division between within & without, self & other, body & mind, heaven & earth and brings them into perfect harmony.
reviewed Tool: Lateralus. November 12, 2002
Lateralus
_Lateralus_ defies any description one can muster with the English language. German would be a better choice, but even then one must inevitably find the words to be failing. This is the 21st century's …
reviewed Tool: Lateralus. April 03, 2002
Lateralus
You do not listen to this album...you surrender yourself to it. The experience of Lateralus penetrates deeper than the brain -- it is deeply spiritual and uplifting. Sonically, the dark sound works powerfully …
reviewed Tool: Undertow. February 02, 2002
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Undertow by Tool
As a progressive rock fan who entered Tool's world with Lateralus, I've been collecting their albums in reverse order. It's pretty strange going from Lateralus (their most progressive) to Opiate (their …
reviewed Tool: Ænima. July 31, 2001
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Aenima
Tool is one of the few bands that can indulge in artistic excesses and still retain tremendous commercial success, which I think is kind of strange. And while I say "excesses," a term usually chained …
reviewed Tool: Lateralus. June 07, 2001
Lateralus
I'd always figured Tool was a lame "nu-metal" band with reams of angst and minimal talent.However, this album had become the focus of a discussion among progressive metal fans whose opinions I highly …
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