Tool- 10,000 days

Fav song on this one?

Mine has to be - Right In Two
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  • joecoulsonjoecoulson Posts: 4,411
    Second fav is that one.
    Fantastic album though.
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  • ClipdatClipdat Posts: 8,122
    Never heard this album, will have to give it a listen.
  • joecoulsonjoecoulson Posts: 4,411
    DSkip wrote: »
    It's my favorite Tool album. Lateralus is second.

    Agreed. With split Aenima and Undertow for third IMO

    I just listened to 10,000 days (song) and had the lights off (funny how taking sight out of the equation really emphasizes the imaging and Sonics in music) and that storm really does surround you very well. Fantastic production.
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  • SCompRacerSCompRacer Posts: 7,206
    Vicarious, turned up to 11.
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  • joecoulsonjoecoulson Posts: 4,411
    Toolfan66 wrote: »
    Never heard of them..
    Easy listening band who end up making better wine than music...
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  • I'd have to say "right in two" as well. The music video is pretty cool.
    The Night is Dark and Full of Terrors
  • I'd have to say "right in two" as well. The music video is pretty cool.
    The Night is Dark and Full of Terrors
  • codycatalistcodycatalist Posts: 2,665
    joecoulson wrote: »
    DSkip wrote: »
    It's my favorite Tool album. Lateralus is second.

    Agreed. With split Aenima and Undertow for third IMO

    I just listened to 10,000 days (song) and had the lights off (funny how taking sight out of the equation really emphasizes the imaging and Sonics in music) and that storm really does surround you very well. Fantastic production.

    I ALWAYS have to have the lights turned off to really get into the music...or at least cover my eyes completely.
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  • halohalo Posts: 5,564
    edited August 2018
    There are no songs on this album that I don't like. I saw them in concert 2x on this tour and once on their most recent tour last year. The Pot is a very good song but it's impossible to nail down one that's the best. Wings for Marie (Part 1) + 10,000 Days (Part 2) is/are amazing (Chills up & down my spine every time). Right in Two is excellent. Vicarious is a great way to open the album followed immediately by Jambi. Lost Keys + Rosetta Stoned...OMG. It's a progressive metal journey through the album from start to finish.

    IMHO, all of TOOL's albums have different things to offer and are a very special masterpiece throughout from beginning to conclusion. 10,000 days is their most mature offering that's very well put together but it doesn't take anything away from Undertow, AEnima, Lateralus, or Opiate. It's just a great band that always seems to be firing on all cylinders all the time. Ya, I'm a fan :) A Big Fan! B)
  • gudnoyezgudnoyez Posts: 7,437
    edited August 2018
    Of all the Tool CD's I own this one is compressed pretty bad perhaps I have a bad copy. I like it just dont enjoy the mix, Undertow is my favorite.
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  • joecoulsonjoecoulson Posts: 4,411
    I’ll throw this out there: two of my favorite Tool songs of all time are on a hard to find special edition CD called Salival
    One is their cover of Led Zep’s No Quarter, simply fantastic
    And then the best ever IMO is their redux of Pushit live. This is a journey I wish I would have been at live. Fantastic if you have not heard it.
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  • Toolfan66Toolfan66 Posts: 14,505
    halo wrote: »
    There are no songs on this album that I don't like. I saw them in concert 2x on this tour and once on their most recent tour last year. The Pot is a very good song but it's impossible to nail down one that's the best. Wings for Marie (Part 1) + 10,000 Days (Part 2) is/are amazing (Chills up & down my spine every time). Right in Two is excellent. Vicarious is a great way to open the album followed immediately by Jambi. Lost Keys + Rosetta Stoned...OMG. It's a progressive metal journey through the album from start to finish.

    IMHO, all of TOOL's albums have different things to offer and are a very special masterpiece throughout from beginning to conclusion. 10,000 days is their most mature offering that's very well put together but it doesn't take anything away from Undertow, AEnima, Lateralus, or Opiate. It's just a great band that always seems to be firing on all cylinders all the time. Ya, I'm a fan :) A Big Fan! B)

    Well said!! I couldn’t agree more!! They are my favorite band of all time next to Black Sabbath, Led Zeppelin, and Pink Floyd...

  • joecoulsonjoecoulson Posts: 4,411
    Right up my alley with the fav’s
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  • ClipdatClipdat Posts: 8,122
    I ALWAYS have to have the lights turned off to really get into the music...or at least cover my eyes completely.

    Real audiophiles always listen with their eyes closed! ;)
  • halohalo Posts: 5,564
    Clipdat wrote: »
    I ALWAYS have to have the lights turned off to really get into the music...or at least cover my eyes completely.

    Real audiophiles always listen with their eyes closed! ;)

    Drew,

    Since you are a NIN fan, I cannot see you not liking TOOL. They're quite different from one another but I know a lot of people enjoy both.
  • Toolfan66Toolfan66 Posts: 14,505
    halo wrote: »
    Clipdat wrote: »
    I ALWAYS have to have the lights turned off to really get into the music...or at least cover my eyes completely.

    Real audiophiles always listen with their eyes closed! ;)

    Drew,

    Since you are a NIN fan, I cannot see you not liking TOOL. They're quite different from one another but I know a lot of people enjoy both.

    I love NIN as well, can’t wait to see them at Red Rocks next month for a third time at that venue but this time we have 8th Row.. B)
  • joecoulsonjoecoulson Posts: 4,411
    Saw NIN in Atl early 90’s on the Downwards spiral tour. So good.
    Huge fan there too. Year Zero is a masterpiece.
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  • polrbehrpolrbehr Posts: 2,600
    10,000 Days here as well, especially on the SDAs.
    For demo purposes on the HT rig, have to go with Rosetta though; the look on peoples faces is usually priceless at -10, but it's tough to listen to that whole song at that volume level.
    So, are you willing to put forth a little effort or are you happy sitting in your skeptical poo pile?


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  • halohalo Posts: 5,564
    joecoulson wrote: »
    Saw NIN in Atl early 90’s on the Downwards spiral tour. So good.
    Huge fan there too. Year Zero is a masterpiece.

    Very B)

    I saw NIN on their Further Down the Spiral tour, the With Teeth tour 3x, the Wave Goodbye tour at the Aragon Ballroom (Best show, maybe. lol). I don't think that there was a bad show in that group.
  • verbverb Posts: 10,203
    Agree with Right in Two, but love the whole album. 10,000 days was my first exposure to Tool. Went to a concert with my son (who forced my to go, aka buy tickets), and been a fan ever since.

    I've ventured into A Perfect Circle since as well.

    BTW, I've heard that Tool is back in the studio? Can't wait!
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  • halohalo Posts: 5,564
    verb wrote: »
    BTW, I've heard that Tool is back in the studio? Can't wait!

    They've been rumored to be "back in the studio" for quite a while now. They had some legal issues that were holding things up that have now been resolved. Many people have been expecting a new album for a bit as they are way overdue.

    I saw them in concert at the Allstate Arena in Rosemont, Illinois the week before I walked with the class of 2017 at the same venue. They played a bunch of great material and one "new" song.
  • pitdogg2pitdogg2 Posts: 16,567
    Yep2 wrote: »
    I gave Larry (Toolfan) some board recordings of Tool (courtesy of Brgman) & on my system they were super clean!
    LOVE Tool.

    Wish Mike (brgman) would post some, GOOD DUDE!
    He hasnt been around these parts in several years.

    Yep good guy miss his posts as well.
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