Tool (2) ‎– Lateralus

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Volcano (2) ‎– 61422-31160-2 CD, Tool Dissectional ‎– 61422-31160-2 CD
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Tracklist

1 The Grudge 8:36
2 Eon Blue Apocalypse 1:04
3 The Patient 7:13
4 Mantra 1:12
5 Schism 6:47
6 Parabol 3:04
7 Parabola 6:03
8 Ticks & Leeches 8:10
9 Lateralus 9:24
10 Disposition 4:46
11 Reflection 11:07
12 Triad 8:46
13 Faaip De Oiad 2:39

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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.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 6 1422-31160-2 0
  • Matrix / Runout: <mirrored>L388 7464 61422311602 D10416-03 A
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 1): <mirrored>L388 7464 61422311602 D10419-03 A
  • Mastering SID Code (part of the matrix (without word "IFPI")): L388
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 6100

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
61422-31160-2 CD, 61422-31160-2 Tool (2) Lateralus(HDCD, Album) Volcano (2), Tool Dissectional, Volcano (2), Tool Dissectional 61422-31160-2 CD, 61422-31160-2 US 2001 Sell This Version
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ZJCI 14003 Tool (2) Lateralus(HDCD, Album, M/Print) Volcano (2), Tool Dissectional ZJCI 14003 Japan 2001 Sell This Version
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oskartg

oskartg

April 1, 2018
Well I'm very unhappy to say that mine 2lp picture disc doesn't work well at all. That's a pity for such a nice release. Maybe next one will be better.
foreverwar

foreverwar

August 1, 2017
edited about 1 year ago
i have this one http://www.soundstagedirect.com/Tool-Lateralus-(Picture-Disc)-ZOO-31160.shtml which vesion is it? I don't see any version with Label - Zoo.
rose1978

rose1978

December 29, 2015
edited over 2 years ago
I bought it 5-6 years ago, listened to it 3-4 times. This copy (the picture disc, the "original" one) stays there, in the "T" on the shelf, lonely...without turntable's needle on it. I don't know why I never listened to it again......one of the records that I forgot...too easily.
Damohendo

Damohendo

March 29, 2013
Notice in on the back of the album where the track-listing is located. What is suppose to be "Lateralus" is spelled "Lateralis". Thus making it a misprint. For those who didn't know.
Dropwave420

Dropwave420

March 8, 2012
My copy of this pressing is not a mispress. Just thought I'd share that.
Sus-Sapiens

Sus-Sapiens

April 22, 2010
edited over 8 years ago
Make no mistake, this is, perhaps, the most awesome compilation of music ever created!

Tool invites the listener to a journey, an emotional rollercoster. Be prepared, pack your bags and strap in. Let the world go, turn off the lights, put them Sennheiser headphones on, crank that s*it to eleven and Goooooooooo!

The structure and mood of the tracks are best described by the middle part - a parabola, an inverse one (a negative K before the x^2 if you know what I mean). Grudge, Patient and Schism deal with the negative spectrum of human emotion, as is charesteristic to tool lyrics, topics about the bad in people is just as pervasive as the mythologically transcendent. Parabola, however, begins the second part of the album, a more energic one, more bright, hopeful, shifting. Lateralus is, in my humble opinion, the best track (just slightly better than the awesome rest though) on the album. In the tradition of the great masters of old (think greek poets), Lateralus is a fractal recreation of the whole album in itself, an odyssey of growth, strife and achievement. Reflection and Triad tie the album up nicely and the silence at the very end serves as a poetical interlude of koanic proportions, the sound of silence, eternal peace.

I can say with absolute certainty, that no matter how many times you listen to this album, it will never seem "hear before" and will always calm the mind if not deliver a profound emotional revelation.

Nuff said, 6/6

leavingharvard

leavingharvard

May 26, 2008

It is very nice to find something you photoshopped and spent countless hours trying to reproduce the slip cover listed as the official picture for discogs on this album.

The music itself is simply breathtaking. I can't wait to listen to it again. Turn off the lights, light some candles, and just lay down and take it in. The important part is to not overthink the album. Don't listen to all of these crazy theories about it. By the end of the album, you'll have the desire to listen again. Recommended 100%.
pyropsyche420

pyropsyche420

April 11, 2007
edited over 11 years ago
I would say that this album never bored me, not even the first time I heard it. And in fact it only took one time of hearing this album to know that I love it. Not only does this album present a gigantic amount of talent, but it also captivates a whole world of depth in both music and lyrics.
Tse-Laki

Tse-Laki

May 7, 2005
edited over 13 years ago

At your first listen, the songs might seem chaotic, boring and without any real dynamics, but when you start to understand the songs, this album becomes a gigantic beauty of sound! All the complex arrangements couldn't be better than they are, and all the way through, they seem to keep the listener focused on the music, together with Maynards outstanding vocal peformance!
Now thats a great record!