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Performer:
Tool
Album:
Lateralus
Style:
Hard Rock, Prog Rock
Released:
15 May 2001
Country:
US
Label:
Volcano , Tool Dissectional
Catalog:
61422-31160-2 CD
FLAC size:
2178 mb
MP3 size:
1251 mb
WMA size:
2593 mb


Tracklist


1Parabola6:03
2The Patient7:13
3Schism6:47
4Mantra1:12
5Disposition4:46
6Parabol3:04
7Lateralus9:24
8The Grudge8:36
9Ticks & Leeches8:10
10Reflection11:07
11Eon Blue Apocalypse1:04
12Triad8:46
13Faaip De Oiad2:39


Credits


  • Art DirectionAdam Jones
  • Artwork [Illustration]Alex Grey
  • BassJustin Chancellor
  • DesignMackie Osborne
  • DrumsDanny Carey
  • Engineer [Neurocistance]Vince De Franco
  • Engineer, Mixed ByDavid Bottrill
  • GuitarAdam Jones
  • ProducerDavid Bottrill, Tool
  • VocalsMaynard James Keenan
  • Written-ByTool
  • Art DirectionAdam Jones
  • Co-producerDavid Bottrill, Tool
  • Design, Artwork [Art Modification]Mackie Osborne
  • Engineer [Neurocistance]Vince De Franco
  • Engineer, Mixed ByDavid Bottrill
  • IllustrationAlex Grey
  • Performer [Tool]Adam Jones, Danny Carey, Justin Chancellor, Maynard James Keenan
  • Written-ByAdam Jones, Danny Carey, Justin Chancellor, Maynard James Keenan
  • Art DirectionAdam Jones
  • Artwork [Illustration]Alex Grey
  • BassJustin Chancellor
  • DesignMackie Osborne
  • DrumsDanny Carey
  • Engineer [Neurocistance]Vince De Franco
  • Engineer, Mixed ByDavid Bottrill
  • GuitarAdam Jones
  • ProducerDavid Bottrill, Tool
  • VocalsMaynard James Keenan
  • Written-ByTool


Notes


Packaged in a translucent black slipcase over a unique stained jewel case.

Track 9: "Lateralus" is misspelled on the plastic slip case as "Lateralis"
Track 13: Art Bell (Coast To Coast A.M. with Art Bell) excerpt courtesy of Premier Radio Networks.

Recorded at:
Cello Studios, Hollywood, CA
The Hook, North Hollywood, CA
Big Empty Space, North Hollywood, CA
The Lodge, North Hollywood, CA

Mixed at Larrabee Sound North, North Hollywood, CA.
Mastered by Gateway Mastering Studios, Portland, ME.

Music published by Toolshed Music / EMI Virgin Music.
Release ©&℗ 2001 Tool Dissectional, L.L.C. / Volcano Entertainment II, L.L.C.
Manufactured in the United States by Zomba Recording Corporation.
Printed in the United States.
Catalog number printed as 61422-31160-2 on Disk.Packaged in a translucent black slipcase over a unique stained jewel case. Track 9 on this release is spelled correctly as "Lateralus" on the slipcase.

Track 13: Art Bell (Coast To Coast A.M. with Art Bell) excerpt courtesy of Premier Radio Networks.

Recorded at:
Cello Studios, Hollywood, CA
The Hook, North Hollywood, CA
Big Empty Space, North Hollywood, CA
The Lodge, North Hollywood, CA

Mixed at Larrabee Sound North, North Hollywood, CA.
Mastered by Gateway Mastering Studios, Portland, ME.

Music published by Toolshed Music / EMI Virgin Music.
Release ©&℗ 2001 Tool Dissectional, L.L.C. / Volcano Entertainment II, L.L.C.
Manufactured in the United States by Zomba Recording Corporation.
Printed in the United States.
Catalog number printed as 61422-31160-2 on Disk.Comes in a gatefold sleeve.

This is the first official vinyl release of unknown quantity. There is a secondary version following: Tool - Lateralus
Both are identicial in packaging. The discs differ in the following manner:
The runout information is different. This edition does not have an etched "CB" signature.
The centre areas (where centre labels would normally be) have a "handmade" look to the markings where on the other edition they contain numerous concentric circles.

250-300 copies were hand-signed by all four band members and sold through the band's website.

On the rear of the gatefold:
℗ & © 2000 Volcano Entertainment II, L.L.C.
Manufactured in the United States by Zomba Recording Corporation
Printed in the United States.

On the discs:
℗ & © 2001 Tool Dissectional, L.L.C. / Volcano Entertainment II, L.L.C.

On the inner sleeves:
℗ & © 2003 Tool Dissectional, L.L.C. / Volcano Entertainment II, L.L.C.
Manufactured in the United States by Zomba Recording Corporation.

Catalog numbers:
61422-3116-1 LP is on the rear of the gatefold.
61422-31160-1 LP is on the inner sleeves.

Track D3: Art Bell excerpt courtesy of Premier Radio Networks, Coast to Cast A.M. with Art Bel


Barcodes


  • Barcode (Sticker on the back): 6 14223 11601 3
  • Other (Sticker on the front): 31160-1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): 61422311601-A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): 61422311601 B RE·1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C): 61422311601-C
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D): 61422311601-D RE·1
  • Rights Society: ASCAP
  • Barcode (Scanned): 614223116020
  • Barcode (Text): 6 1422-31160-2 0
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 1): 61422311602 3J 12 X
  • Mastering SID Code (Variant 1): IFPI L239
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 1): IFPI 4121
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 2): 61422311602 1J 19 X
  • Mastering SID Code (Variant 2): IFPI L239
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 2): IFPI 4121
  • Barcode: 6 1422-31160-2 0
  • Matrix / Runout: L388 7464 61422311602 D10416-03 A
  • Mastering SID Code (part of the matrix (without word "IFPI")): L388
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 6100


Companies


  • Manufactured By – Zomba Recording Corporation
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Volcano Entertainment II, L.L.C.
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Tool Dissectional, L.L.C.
  • Copyright (c) – Volcano Entertainment II, L.L.C.
  • Copyright (c) – Tool Dissectional, L.L.C.
  • Published By – EMI Virgin Music, Inc.
  • Published By – Toolshed Music
  • Recorded At – Cello Studios
  • Recorded At – The Hook
  • Recorded At – Big Empty Space
  • Recorded At – The Lodge
  • Mixed At – Larrabee Sound Studios
  • Mastered At – Gateway Mastering
  • Pressed By – Erika Records, Inc.
  • Manufactured By – Zomba Recording Corporation
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Tool Dissectional, L.L.C.
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Volcano Entertainment II, L.L.C.
  • Copyright (c) – Tool Dissectional, L.L.C.
  • Copyright (c) – Volcano Entertainment II, L.L.C.
  • Recorded At – Cello Studios
  • Recorded At – The Hook
  • Recorded At – Big Empty Space
  • Recorded At – The Lodge
  • Mixed At – Larrabee Sound Studios
  • Mastered At – Gateway Mastering
  • Recorded At – Cello Studios
  • Recorded At – The Hook
  • Recorded At – Big Empty Space
  • Recorded At – The Lodge
  • Mixed At – Larrabee Sound Studios
  • Mastered At – Gateway Mastering
  • Manufactured By – Zomba Recording Corporation


Album


Lateralus was ranked 123 on the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Listen free to Tool Lateralus The Grudge, Eon Blue Apocalypse and more. A new Tool for a new millennium, Lateralus presented an even more high-stakes artistic approach that showed a mature band getting even more is the third studio album by American rock band Tool. Lateralus Q&A. Lateralus was released in May 2001, so it took them a while to make although obviously it wasn't the full five years - Maynard was busy recordingtouring APC, etc. With Lateralus, Tool have raised an already lofty bar still higher by coming up with a collection that kicks major ass. Lateralus ˌlætəˈræləs is the third studio album by American rock band Tool. It's worth describing the packaging of Lateralus because it says much about the astonishing music within. 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. 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. Anyway, on to the tracks 1 - The Grudge 8:36 This is a slow burning track, driven mainly by the percussion and Maynards mantra-like vox. Tool 2. Other numbers run together like connective tissue. Lateralus is the third studio album by American rock band Tool. Before this, the last album Tool released not counting box set Salival was Aenima, which came out in 1996. Push the envelope. David Bottrill, who had produced the band's two previous releases Ænima and Salival, produced the album along with the band. But with popularity and praise, Tool's shadowy tongue-in-cheek turned into the simple biting of tongues. Lateralus is the third album by the band Tool. 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. But that is one of Lateralus most endearing qualities: It rolls out its pleasures and coherence slowly, even stubbornly. 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. Black then white are all i see in my infancy. The prolonged running times of most of Lateralus thirteen tracks are misleading the entire album rolls and stomps with suitelike purpose. The album was released on May 15, 2001, and debuted at number one on the Billboard 200 chart. 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. It was released on May 15, 2001 through Volcano Entertainment. xC6nema spiced their sound with electronics and industry, as was the trend at the time. In 2000 lead singer James Keenan released an album with his band A Perfect Circle, and it appeared that Tool had broken up. It was named album of the year by Kerrang in 2001 and appeared on many best of lists for best albums of the 2000s. But with popularity and praise, Tool's shadowy tongue-in-cheek turned into the simple biting of tongues. as below, so above and beyond, I imagine drawn beyond the lines of reason. On August 5, 2003, Lateralus was certified double platinum by the RIAA. Tool's 1993 debut LP, took studio skill and over-trained chops to metal with aplomb. Now, with the early new century demanding opuses, Tool follows suit. Most of the so-called new metal has the dramatic heft of thin air. Tool - Lateralus 2001. This proved otherwise, and the album went over very well with Tool fans. On August 30, 2004 the album was certified Silver by the BPI for sales of 60,000 in the UK. Покупайте и продавайте винил и компакт-диски, формируйте собственную коллекцию записей Tool. 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. red and yellow then came to be, reaching out to me. Lateralus CD, Album, Unofficial. Their previous albums were Undertow in '93 and Aenima in '96. The album was subject to a great deal of both fan and critical anticipation, at the time of its release. In The Grudge 8:34, Schism 6:43 and Lateralus 9:22, the episodic swerves are compressed under single titles. Digital Justice. lets me see. The line Black then white are all I see in my infancy, red and yellow then came to be has to do the the Aborigines from Australia who at first did art work only with black and white paints then later discovered how to make red and yellow, which they incorporated in their art. Anyway, this is Tool's 3rd full, proper album counting the '92 Opiate EP as an EP and Salival as a stopgap, rather than a real album. Undertow, Tool's 1993 debut LP, took studio skill and over-trained chops to metal with aplomb. Lateralus pronounced lætərˈælɪs is the third studio album by American alternativeprogressive metal band Tool. 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. Album 2001 13 Songs. 13 tracks 78:51. David Bottrill, who had produced the band's two previous releases Ænima and Salival, produced the album along with the band

  • Tane
Looks cool, but sounds horrible. It's not even a bad bootleg level: pops and clicks are all over the place, even skips, sound is shallow and lifeless. I guess it can only satisfy a hardcore fan
  • Malodred
only on picture disc? those picture discs sound quite similar to flexi discs in my opinion. they look great but "normal" pressings sound better.
  • Rrd
I'm just going to come out and say that I'm less than happy with this disc set... I know that picture discs can sound kinda bad and have issues but I was really hopeful that a band like Tool would focus on quality here. Sadly this isn't the case... Skips, pops, cracking all over the place and this was on the first play fresh out of the sleeve. I love the artwork and the packaging is great but I didn't buy this just to look at it. From this point on I'm going to follow my gut and stay away from picture discs whenever possible.
  • Kazijora
Packaging is very nice. But that's where it stops. Picture discs just don't, and will never sound great compared to non picture discs. Sad really cause I love this album. Worth having to me just cause it looks so great.
  • Runehammer
Very attractive editing, although the low quality inner covers are too thin and too flexible.The sound quality seems to me to be superior to that of the CD, but with some noise and crackling on my at least. Overall I liked it a lot.I was able to buy the American version in Europe for a good price. € 32.89
  • Juce
Still waiting for the remasters, supposedly this is from digital source? CD is awesome
  • Fenius
meh, as much as the packaging and the picture vinyl are eye catching, sorry, this is not my cup of tea, if only tool could hear our thoughts, oh well. At least I got aenima....
  • Snowskin
I've just listened to the first disc... So far so good, sounds good for picture discs even there's noise in the background, you can hear it on the quiet parts. I do not find the packaging excellent as the sleeves are too small for the records imo. There is also a white halo on 2 sides, don't know if it's normal...Beside that i'm happy with my purchase but i can't understand why they don't released it on black vinyls...
  • NI_Rak
Not bad for a picture disc but quite a few pops in my copy and has one spot where it skips. You kinda just need to get lucky when buying this one, just hope your copy is good. mines not bad, but definitely wish it was betterHopefully, they just release it on 180g black vinyl, that'd be much better.
  • Khiceog
I have bought a bunch of these pictures discs because I'm a crazy fan, I guess. I opened and played all of them and the reissue with the etched "CB" signature is way better then the first issue. The reissue with the etched "CB" signature has some static noise but if you clean it well you can eliminate most or all of the surface noise. You need some luck with your press, but after some "work" you can have a great sound out of this reissue picture disc. I would even go as far as to say this is the best sound on any picture disc I know. Since they are still affordable I can only recommend it. Make sure you get the reissue version with the etched "CB" signature. Good luck!
  • MrCat
Cruisn I have bought a bunch of these pictures discs because I'm a crazy fan, I guess. I opened and played all of them and the reissue with the etched "CB" signature is way better then the first issue. The reissue with the etched "CB" signature has some static noise but if you clean it well you can eliminate most or all of the surface noise. You need some luck with your press, but after some "work" you can have a great sound out of this reissue picture disc. I would even go as far as to say this is the best sound on any picture disc I know. Since they are still affordable I can only recommend it. Make sure you get the reissue version with the etched "CB" signature. Good luck! What's the barcode number on your copy? The one on Amazon is 61422-3116-1 LP
  • Kegal
From the text above: This is the first official vinyl release of unknown quantity.and still this is a Re-Issue?
  • Siramath
It's because it wasn't released on the original street date.
  • Rocksmith
what's the point of 180g on a picture disc? lol
  • Fountain_tenderness
None whatsoever. But hipsters were led to believe that 180 gram means quality, they fell for it, labels picked up on that, saw an opportunity to make records more expensive, hipsters didn't seem to have a problem with it, and now we're in this room.
  • Conjukus
Tell me, please, how is the sound in this edition?I really want to have this album on vinyl, but I doubt whether to take it, because this is a picture disk, and they usually sound bad.
  • Ranenast
I've found people all over the web complaining about the sound of this vinyl. I don't acknowledge what they say. Mine sounds terrific. A bit too low of volume, but it sounds very good
  • AfinaS
Okay I checked and it is this version. I would rather listen to the CD than this record. The surface noise is too high and certain parts sound distorted (parts that shouldn't).
  • Talvinl
I have a copy that has a lot of surface noise. I don't know which version I have since I haven't checked, but I suspect it is the first one.
  • Celak
noise less than usual on picture vinyls.sounds good .generally pleased.
  • Gogul
Skips so much. Sounds great, but skips. What do I do?
  • Kitaxe
Just how limited is this a million per territory. LOL
  • Briciraz
My copy has some pops , but not really annoying . But I wasn't expecting much from a picture disc ! still a Good Buy , At least The (Stoughton) Jacket is Amazing.....
  • Gaeuney
If your copy has lots of pops and skips two things 1. clean it VERY well 2. try using a DJ cart with tracking force in the 2g-3g range. This combo eliminates much of the noise and prevents skips IME.
  • Kelerius
These are the exact steps I take before playing any record, new or used, and am able to circumvent most complaints I read on here.
  • catterpillar
My copy is super clean FWIW. Sounds like a remaster.
  • DarK-LiGht
Is your review for this 2005-press or the CB-press here (https://www.discogs.com/Tool-Lateralus/release/10346704)?
  • Nalaylewe
Listening to physical copy now, Havent noticed much in the way of noise or distortion/ mastering issues.
  • Dianazius
Now that I double check, you're right, I have the other version.
  • ᵀᴴᴱ ᴼᴿᴵᴳᴵᴻᴬᴸ
Is your review for this 2005-press or the CB-press here (https://www.discogs.com/Tool-Lateralus/release/10346704)?
  • Captain America
The one I have Is terribly noisy. Hopefully the rumors of remastered reissues will be true. I’ve bought it twice, the other one is worse. It’s used as wall decor.
  • Akisame
Same experience for me. Mind sharing how you've used it as wall decor? I've used the 12x12 frames before but am considering slicing the gatefold up to get the most out of the artwork and slapping it on the wall. Overall kinda a bummer but I did do my research heading in so knew my odds on a good copy were not great.
  • Ytli
Is your review for this 2005-press or the CB-press here (https://www.discogs.com/Tool-Lateralus/release/10346704)?
  • kolos
Even after a clean and storage in an anti-static sleeve, it still sounds horrendous. It's worth it for the collector, but not the listener.
  • Molace
Is your review for this 2005-press or the CB-press here (https://www.discogs.com/Tool-Lateralus/release/10346704)?
  • Weernis
Really happy with mine. Was so worried due to bad reviews, but seems like they got a hand on it now. There are definitely some pops and noise, but it's overall pretty well pressed. No skips or any problems playing it back, and I'm not exactly on a high quality rig that might be able to handle a worse for wear record.
  • Hrguig
Is your review for this 2005-press or the CB-press here (https://www.discogs.com/Tool-Lateralus/release/10346704)?
  • BlessСhild
Really disappointed with mine. Sound Quality is not very good. Also had a milky stain under the clear vinyl. Oh well. Still a great album.
  • Funny duck
Is your review for this 2005-press or the CB-press here (https://www.discogs.com/Tool-Lateralus/release/10346704)?
  • Nicearad
Skeptical at first because of the picture discs, but this latest pressing sounds just wonderful. Pick this up now if you've been on the fence about it, who knows how long this run will stay at a good price.
  • Katius
Is your review for this 2005-press or the CB-press here (https://www.discogs.com/Tool-Lateralus/release/10346704)?
  • Monam
Now that the Chris Bellman pressing has been split into a separate entry Tool (2) - Lateralus - it would be interesting to see which of the quality reviews refer to which pressing.
  • Yananoc
Limited edition... how much? 50 000 copies? 100 000 ?
  • Goktilar
Been playing mine semi-regularly for six months and other than slight crackling between a few tracks, my copy sounds awesome. Sound really jumps off the record. People with skipping and awful sound should return their albums or properly configure their platters.
  • greed style
Is your review for this 2005-press or the CB-press here (https://www.discogs.com/Tool-Lateralus/release/10346704)?
  • Kecq
Great album, mine got also a lot of surface noice, specially noticeable on the more silent parts, but nevertheless a great album and still enjoyable. One thing though. WHY separate Disposition and Reflection? I loved that transition!UPDATE: Just cleaned it on all 4 sides, sounds wonderful now, just a few pops here and there, but there was a notorious improvement. (cleaned with micro fiber brush + anti-static fluid by Audio-Technica)
  • Qusicam
I believe due to the combined length of the songs, they wouldn't fit on the records without being rearranged
  • Uriel
To a picture disc can I clean it with a goat hair brush or is it more delicate?