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Tool - Lateralus Album


5Eon Blue Apocalypse1:04
8Ticks & Leeches8:10
11The Grudge8:36
12The Patient7:13
13Faaip De Oiad2:39


Lateralus is the third album by the band Tool. The album was subject to a great deal of both fan and critical anticipation, at the time of its release. Ænima the bands previous album had been a commercial and critical success, but plans for a follow-up album had been delayed for nearly half a decade due to legal struggle between Tool and its label Volcano Records. In 2000, Maynard Keenan released his first album for his side project A Perfect Circle, which while successful, only caused more fervor for the next Tool album. It was named album of the year by Kerrang in 2001 and appeared on many best of lists for best albums of the 2000s. Lateralus Q&A. Lateralus ˌlætəˈræləs is the third studio album by American rock band Tool. It was released on May 15, 2001 through Volcano Entertainment. The album was recorded at Cello Studios in Hollywood and The Hook, Big Empty Space, and The Lodge, in North Hollywood, between October 2000 and January 2001. David Bottrill, who had produced the band's two previous releases Ænima and Salival, produced the album along with the band. Lateralus is the third studio album by American rock band Tool. The album was released on May 15, 2001, and debuted at number one on the Billboard 200 chart. On August 5, 2003, Lateralus was certified double platinum by the RIAA. On August 30, 2004 the album was certified Silver by the BPI for sales of 60,000 in the UK. Lateralus was ranked 123 on the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Album 2001 13 Songs. The trademarks of their next two decades are born here on their third album-a spiral of math and science themes, brain-melting time signatures, shifting rhythmic interplay, expanding song lengths, tumbles of drums, and the metaphysical artwork of Alex Grey. Listen free to Tool Lateralus The Grudge, Eon Blue Apocalypse and more. 13 tracks 78:51. Lateralus pronounced lætərˈælɪs is the third studio album by American alternativeprogressive metal band Tool. Black then white are all i see in my infancy. red and yellow then came to be, reaching out to me. lets me see. as below, so above and beyond, I imagine drawn beyond the lines of reason. Push the envelope. Tool - Lateralus 2001. Tool's 1993 debut LP, took studio skill and over-trained chops to metal with aplomb. But with popularity and praise, Tool's shadowy tongue-in-cheek turned into the simple biting of tongues. xC6nema spiced their sound with electronics and industry, as was the trend at the time. Now, with the early new century demanding opuses, Tool follows suit. The problem is, Tool defines opus as taking their defining element wanking sludge and stretching it out to the maximum digital capacity of a compact disc. So much of Tools third full-length studio album - five years in the waiting, due in part to extended legal turbulence - makes so little sense at first. But that is one of Lateralus most endearing qualities: It rolls out its pleasures and coherence slowly, even stubbornly. Most of the so-called new metal has the dramatic heft of thin air. The prolonged running times of most of Lateralus thirteen tracks are misleading the entire album rolls and stomps with suitelike purpose. In The Grudge 8:34, Schism 6:43 and Lateralus 9:22, the episodic swerves are compressed under single titles. Other numbers run together like connective tissue

Tool - Lateralus Album
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2238 mb
MP3 size:
1965 mb
WMA size:
2194 mb
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Prog Rock, Heavy Metal
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