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Tool - Lateralus mp3
Interprète: Tool
Titre: Lateralus
Label: Volcano , Tool Dissectional
Pays: US
Style: Prog Rock, Heavy Metal
Catalogue #: 61422-31160-1 LP, 61422-3116-1 LP
Genre: Rock
Classement: 4.1
Votes: 053
Formats: 2 × Vinyl, LP, Album, Limited Edition, Picture Disc, Reissue, 180g
Taille du MP3: 2444 mb

Tracklist

1Ticks & Leeches
2Faaip De Oiad
3Disposition
4Parabola
5Triad
Electronics [Machines] – Statik
6Eon Blue Apocalypse
7Schism
8The Patient
9Lateralus
10Reflection
11Mantra
12The Grudge
13Parabol

Crédits

  • 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
  • Lacquer Cut ByCB
  • Written-ByTool
  • Art DirectionAdam Jones
  • BassJustin Chancellor
  • Co-producerDavid Bottrill, Tool
  • DesignMackie Osborne
  • DrumsDanny Carey
  • EngineerDavid Bottrill, Vince De Franco
  • GuitarAdam Jones
  • IllustrationAlex Grey
  • Mixed ByVince De Franco
  • VocalsMaynard James Keenan
  • Written-ByTool

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
61422-31160-2 CDTool Lateralus ‎(HDCD, Album, M/Print)Volcano , Tool Dissectional61422-31160-2 CDUS2001
82876 53645 2Tool Lateralus ‎(HDCD, Album, RE, Pla)Volcano , Tool Dissectional82876 53645 2Europe2003
61422-31160-2 CDTool Lateralus ‎(HDCD, Album, RP)Volcano , Tool Dissectional61422-31160-2 CDUSUnknown
61422-31160-2 CDTool Lateralus ‎(HDCD, Album, Unofficial)Volcano 61422-31160-2 CDRussiaUnknown
ZJCI 14003Tool Lateralus ‎(HDCD, Album, M/Print)Volcano , Tool DissectionalZJCI 14003Japan2001

Remarques

Comes in a gatefold sleeve.

This is the vinyl release of unknown quantity that became available since around 2011 with no official release date information confirmed.
It is identicial in packaging to Tool - Lateralus
The discs differ in the following manner:
The runout information is different. This edition has an etched "CB" signature.
The centre areas (where centre labels would normally be) contain numerous concentric circles rather than a less precise "handmade" look to the previous edition.

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 Coast A.M. with Art Bell.This first and only pressing (on cassette) contains a typo on track B1 on cover. The correct spelling is the same as the album title: "Lateralus." Cassette sticker has "Lateralus" spelled correctly.

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.

Track B5: Art Bell (Coast To Coast A.M. with Art Bell) excerpt courtesy of Premier Radio Networks.

AN ORIGINAL SOUND RECORDING MADE BY ZOMBA RECORDING CORPORATION.

Published by Toolshed Music / EMI Virgin Music.
© ℗ 2001 Tool Dissectional, L.L.C. / Volcano Entertainment II, L.L.C.
All rights reserved.

Marketed by Virgin.
Printed in Hungary.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.

Codes-barres

  • Barcode: 6 14223 11601 3
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): TL200108A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): TL200108B
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C): TL200108-C
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D): TL200108-D
  • Barcode (Sticker on the back): 6 14223 11601 3
  • Other (Sticker on the front): 31160-1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): 61422-31160-1-A CB
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): 61422-31160-1-B CB
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C): 61422-31160-1-C CB
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D): 61422-31160-1-D CB
  • Rights Society: ASCAP
  • Barcode: 7 24381 04654 8
  • Rights Society: ASCAP
  • Rights Society: Biem/Artisjus
  • Barcode: 6 1422-31160-2 0
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 1): 61422311602 1J 15 X
  • Mastering SID Code (Variant 1): IFPI L239
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 1): IFPI 4141
  • Other (On Plastic Hub - Variant 1): JVC CA
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 2): 61422311602 2J 21 X
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 3): 61422311602 2J 23 X
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 3): IFPI 4151
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 4): 61422311602 1J 22 X
  • Mastering SID Code (Variant 4): IFPI L239
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 4): IFPI 4151
  • Barcode: 6 1422-31160-2 0

Entreprises

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Tool Dissectional, L.L.C.
  • Copyright (c) – Tool Dissectional, L.L.C.
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Volcano Entertainment II, L.L.C.
  • Copyright (c) – Volcano Entertainment II, L.L.C.
  • Manufactured By – Zomba Recording Corporation
  • Pressed By – JVC CA
  • Published By – Toolshed Music
  • Published By – EMI Virgin Music, Inc.
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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.
  • Published By – EMI Virgin Music, Inc.
  • Published By – Toolshed Music
  • Mixed At – Larrabee Sound Studios
  • Mastered At – Gateway Mastering
  • Marketed By – Virgin
  • Made By – MC&CD

Video

Album

Lateralus was ranked 123 on the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Schism, 06:47. 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. But with popularity and praise, Tool's shadowy tongue-in-cheek turned into the simple biting of tongues. Eon Blue Apocalypse, 01:04. Undertow, Tool's 1993 debut LP, took studio skill and over-trained chops to metal with aplomb. Lateralus is the third studio album by American rock band Tool. Full Review. 13 tracks 78:51. Tool - Lateralus 2001. Lateralus, 2001. Покупайте и продавайте винил и компакт-диски, формируйте собственную коллекцию записей Tool. Parabola, 06:03. Black then white are all i see in my infancy. 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. Other numbers run together like connective tissue. Lateralus CD, Album, Unofficial. 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. Lateralus is the third album by the band Tool. Worst of 2001. Lateralus - Tool album. 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. Lateralus pronounced lætərˈælɪs is the third studio album by American alternativeprogressive metal band Tool. red and yellow then came to be, reaching out to me. Genre: Progressive Metal. On August 5, 2003, Lateralus was certified double platinum by the RIAA. 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. But with popularity and praise, Tool's shadowy tongue-in-cheek turned into the simple biting of tongues. Parabol, 03:04. xC6nema spiced their sound with electronics and industry, as was the trend at the time. Best of 2001. lets me see. It was released on May 15, 2001 through Volcano Entertainment. Lateralus ˌlætəˈræləs is the third studio album by American rock band Tool. 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. The album was released on May 15, 2001, and debuted at number one on the Billboard 200 chart. Tool 2. The Patient, 07:14. The Grudge, 08:36. The prolonged running times of most of Lateralus thirteen tracks are misleading the entire album rolls and stomps with suitelike purpose. David Bottrill, who had produced the band's two previous releases Ænima and Salival, produced the album along with the band. Mantra, 01:12. David Bottrill, who had produced the band's two previous releases Ænima and Salival, produced the album along with the band. It's worth describing the packaging of Lateralus because it says much about the astonishing music within. Ticks & Leeches, 08:10. Listen free to Tool Lateralus The Grudge, Eon Blue Apocalypse and more. Most of the so-called new metal has the dramatic heft of thin air. 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. 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. Album 2001 13 Songs. 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. 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. On August 30, 2004 the album was certified Silver by the BPI for sales of 60,000 in the UK. Their previous albums were Undertow in '93 and Aenima in '96. Undertow, 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. Push the envelope. as below, so above and beyond, I imagine drawn beyond the lines of reason. 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. 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 isn't a small piece of work - it'll take a while to digest, but it couldn't be more worth it. Lateralus Q&A. 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. With Lateralus, Tool have raised an already lofty bar still higher by coming up with a collection that kicks major ass. 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. Their previous albums were Undertow in '93 and Aenima in '96. But that is one of Lateralus most endearing qualities: It rolls out its pleasures and coherence slowly, even stubbornly

Kieel
Finally got this home to my proper TT, aaaaand its skips during apocalypse and patient. To be clear this is the CB version, Really is a shame as this is the most expensive single album in my collection that isn't a deluxe edition or otherwise. Gonna have to live with it until the guys at tool decide to release a proper black vinyl release (That's happening, right?). The rest of the album sounds really good for a picture disk, pretty comparable to standard vinyl. As mentioned in other reviews, there is quite a bit of surface noise, but that's to be expected. However the packaging is really well done, holographic cover and gatefold, and the sleeves are really cool, although I would have appreciated something poly lined for the price I paid. The records were a bit hard to pull out from their sleeves as well, plus there's TONS of static electricity on the record itself.
Morad
I must say that I’m pleasantly surprised after holding back on buying this for some time due to all negative reviews regarding sound quality. Sure, there are some pops and clicks but overall the surface noise is minimal and not worse than any black LP i own. I had a great time listening to this record and noticed no excessive noise even during the quiet parts.Artwork is beautiful on both the gatefold and the discs. Sound is full and enjoyable.Stored in inner sleeves with anti-stat inserts. Discs have not been cleaned.
Wizer
I agree with you there. For a picture disc it could be way worse. Sure I get a little bit of noise or some crackles or pops sometimes. But nothing really serious that takes away from the enjoyment of listening to this record. Overall I would say the sound is amazing and the mastering is quite good. Some people are just anal as fuck.
Katishi
Jesus, this is crackle pop city.. I was excited to give it a listen but I just turn off my TT and decided to listen to it on Tidal instead now that they have their stuff up online. It's a sad excuse of a release. I will probably avoid any more picture disc records from now on.
Jozrone
This release sounds okay, I guess. There's some noise but nothing that destroys how listenable it is. I'd recommend cleaning it. The visual aspect of this release is pretty high-quality, though; nice, colorful gatefold and beautiful discs. If you can find a decent-priced copy then by all means, feel free to pick it up.
Error parents
I hope now that Fear Inoculum is coming out that they give Lateralus a proper vinyl release. This picture disc may look cool, but it sounds like wet hot garbage. Like other picture discs, it has constant noise and lots of pops and clicks. A total shame.
Global Progression
Agreed. I'm finally listening again now for the first time in several years because I'd given up; but I also didn't have a record washer back then, so I just ran it thru a few times.MUCH better, but Eon Blue & Patient are still very noisy; even a straight-up skip during Patient.Tons of distortion in the louder parts, too... Oh well. I can at least deal with this for now until that proper reissue comes out... (Right guys? That's happening, right?!?)
Charyoll
Picked up a CB press copy and 3 of the 4 sides are discoloured like a grayish mist instead of black.... Anyone else have this issue?EDIT: Returned to the store and had them check the other copies they had - all with the same issue. It’s almost like the clear wax they used wasn’t crystal clear but a cloudy clear, doesn’t look very nice with the artwork. Bad batch?
Funny duck
Why do the majority of Tool vinyl pressings sound so bad?
Jelar
Hmm... brand new, this record doesn't sound too great. Lots of pops and background noise. The record probably had enough static to power a small neighborhood (thanks Colorado winter!). I don't have a cleaner handy that I can use, but I may drop it by a record store to see what they can do. This is the CB version.Still, one of my favorite Tool albums and a really cool looking picture disc.
TheFresh
Haha, I live in Houston, TX and I had to pry the records out of their sleeves, there was so much static! I put them in MoFi master sleeves...hopefully that'll help.
Otiel
Compared to the older picture disc this seems to play a ton better. I've only had two sets to compare so very limited sample size.
Freaky Hook
I actually think this sounds amazing (mine is the CB-pressing) and not only in a Picture Disk context - I can really recommend it!! I give it a rating of 5 stars soundwise (but it might be somewhere between 4-5..) - I play it on a fairly solid old vintage pioneer pl-630 with an ortofon 2M blue PU.. Does anybody know when this CB-pressing is from? I guess it's after the 2005 press mentioned via link in this CB-press.. Cheers!
Via
Chris Bellman improved the mastering, but, it's still a picture disc. My copy sound really good until side 4. Crackle from hell at the lead-in. It's a shame. Just give me a clean, black vinyl version.
Vutaur
The remastering sounds fairly great in my opinion. floor noise is present in this edition, but is practically non audible while louder passages play. I love a lot how the cymbals are very clear (not the case in many other vinyl i own). If you can find a copy of this that is not the picture disc option i would say you would be extremely pleased.
huckman
I have exactly this version, but I bought it in MARCH 2012.Mine could be the Zomba version just like that one: https://www.discogs.com/fr/Tool-Lateralus/release/10315855 but there is no mention of the label name Zomba. It is absolutely identical to the version above. I guess the Zomba version differs only with the shrink (and I don't have it).
showtime
In which country did you bought this? Are you sure with the date?
Jube
The sound is actually really good, especially for a picture disc. The downside with this pressing is mine was full of pops and crackles the first time I played it, and I clean all of my albums before ever get played. I cleaned the records a couple more times and the pops have gone down significantly, but still enough there to drive me nuts. There seems to be more pops than some of my 50 year old albums that look like they’ve been thrown down a gravel road. Hopefully a few more times cleaning the discs a few for times will make this enjoyable to listen to. Overall minus the pops and crackles, and if I can get rid of them, this is a great album of course, and I think it sounds pretty good.
Mbon
Yes, I have experienced the same thing - but I've also found that playing an album several times can actually help quite it down - especially with my MoFi Original Master Tape pressings.
Vudogal
This has some good sound for a picture disc. washing it a few times will get rid of the tics or jumps if your pressing has any. Make sure to get the Chris Bellman cut. The first pressing is so ****** (Well with my experiences with it anyway). All new pressings you see in shopShould be a CB cut for the person asking below. i have bought 3 looking for a good pressing and all have CB in the wax.
Sadaron above the Gods
ppl with these for sale sealed... is there a way to know you have a "cb"?
POFOD
I want to know this too! I have an original press of this and it sounds awful. Really want to know if this is actually a different pressing and if it sounds significantly better than the OG! Gimme the info somebody!!
Hellblade
Just added a pic with initials, etched in all sides of my copy.
Orll
The CB appears only as a signature beside the etched runout in the deadwax area, maybe difficult to get it visible but each side bears it.The first records are clearly different from this later one and have no additional signature - you can also check this thread i started when i was wondering about: https://www.discogs.com/de/forum/thread/367465#3407615
Ueledavi
I just acquired a copy mine has a "cb" on side D. I didn't really investigate too much into the other 3 sides... my question though... this "cb" is rather hard to notice... I'm wondering if they aren't all "cb" and people just don't know where to look... any thoughts?
Vijora
Have to admit I was worried when I bought this how it'd sound but am pleasantly surprised with it. Not hearing any of the reported issues with the picture disc.
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