Tool (2) ‎– 10,000 Days

Label:
Volcano (2) ‎– 82876-81991-2, Volcano (2) ‎– 82876819912, Tool Dissectional ‎– 82876-81991-2, Tool Dissectional ‎– 82876819912, Zomba Label Group ‎– 82876-81991-2, Zomba Label Group ‎– 82876819912
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CD, Album
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Tracklist Masquer Crédits

1 Vicarious 7:06
2 Jambi 7:28
3 Wings For Marie (Pt 1) 6:11
4 10,000 Days (Wings Pt 2)
Effects [Weather] – Lustmord
11:13
5 The Pot 6:21
6 Lipan Conjuring
Vocals [Vox] – Bill McConnell
1:11
7 Lost Keys (Blame Hofmann)
Voice [Doctor Watson, Uncredited] – Pete Riedling
3:46
8 Rosetta Stoned 11:11
9 Intension 7:21
10 Right In Two 8:55
11 Viginti Tres 5:02

Entreprises, etc.

Crédits

Notes

Packaged in a fold-out laminated digisleeve with built-in stereoscopic viewing glasses.

This is US version released in the regular US digisleeve but with disc printed in EU.

This version was made by Sony BMG Music Entertainment, with manufacturing credit for Sony BMG Music Entertainment on back cover and disc printed in EU.
There are two more versions manufactured by Sony BMG Music Entertainment and disc printed in US.
For the Sonopress Arvato pressed CD see here: Tool (2) - 10,000 Days
For the Sony DADC pressed CD see here: Tool (2) - 10,000 Days

Recorded at:
O'Henry, Burbank, CA
Grandmaster, Hollywood, CA
The Loft, Hollywood, CA

Mixed at Bay 7, North Hollywood, CA.

Mastered at Gateway Mastering Studios, Portland, ME.

℗ & © 2006 Tool Dissectional, L.L.C./Volcano Entertainment, L.L.C.
Manufactured in the United States by Sony BMG Music Entertainment.
Printed in the United States.

Code-barres et Autres Identifiants

  • Barcode: 8 2876-81991-2 1
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 1): <logo>SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT 51836365/82876819912 21
  • Mastering SID Code (Variant 1): IFPI LB74
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 1): IFPI 0765
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 2): <logo>SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT 51836365/82876819912 21
  • Mastering SID Code (Variant 2): IFPI LB47
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 2): IFPI 0761

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McPherson123

McPherson123

8 mars 2018
This is a review to criticize Tool's aesthetic choice to add extraneous and clunky parenthetical addendum to the song titles "Wings For Marie (Pt. 1)" and "10,000 Days (Wings Pt. 2)." It looks really stupid and childish in print and I think cheapens the intent of the titles. I know its not a big deal to most people but I felt annoyed enough by it to express my distaste for it. If they really wanted to adhere to sequential numeration of verbal titles the logic insists that it would simply be "Wings For Marie Pt. 1" and "Wings For Marie Pt. 2" or "Wings For Marie I" and "Wings For Maire II" or "10,000 Days Pt. 1" and 10,000 Days Pt. 2" or "10,000 Days I" and 10,000 Days II" like so. They could have simply Named them "Wings For Marie" and "10,000 Days" respectively and left it at that. Anyone who listens to the songs will understand they go together without numeration in the titles but its their songs and they can do what they want. It still drives me nuts though.
TheAlmightyLord

TheAlmightyLord

6 janvier 2018
Tool is just being an ass with not pressing vinyl or not enough, thats why there are so many bootlegs around it's a huge gap in the market!
turboturd500

turboturd500

29 juin 2017
I've heard that the bootleg copies of this album have a "pause" in between tracks, including tracks that would typically blend together (lost keys > rosetta stoned). Is that true? I've been considering picking one of these up but not if it has huge pauses in it
christoj1969

christoj1969

17 janvier 2014
I just received 82876-81991-1 LP and it was supposed to be BlueX2 and I got 1xRed and 1xBlue. I already have the 2xRed and I will be saving this as well. The sound on the 2xRed is pretty god damn good for a promo release.
de_bart

de_bart

28 janvier 2013

Lost Keys (Blame Hofmann): been there... :)
danfaz

danfaz

13 avril 2012
Yep, they are working on new album now. They've released pics on the toolband website of "the loft."
kashfordin

kashfordin

6 janvier 2012
It's been 6 years, I wonder if new tool is on the way soon.... its usually every 4 years or so that a new cd drops. I'm still in love with this album though, the excitement of picking up this album when it came out was like angels giving me a sign from the heavens :) I'd love to experience that feeling again, please release something new guys! <3
Unknown42

Unknown42

8 février 2007
edité over 12 years ago

Tool is quite possibly one of the greatest "thinking man bands" of the time. There musical talent is far beyond most of todays common pop bands. Keenans voice is completely distinct from any other voices of the time, and portrays an atitude of insanity quite possibly only compareable to Pink Floyd's Roger Waters. 10,000 Days, being my first Tool experience, will always be to me the greatest album by Tool. The story line is completely insane and dark. There music varies between heavy metal Metallica esque sounds such as Vicarious and Jambi and the use of disturbing sound effects and chants such as in Lipan Conjuring. The album starts out having the feeling of a fairly talented and catchy heavy metal band. As you continue into the album the albums breaks down into an extremely addicting musical journey. The rise and falls in the bands volume made me jump. The use of the thuderstorm sound effects caught me off guard making me realize that this is no average metal band. As the album nears the end it breaks down into complete craziness and finnaly end with the sounds effects of a machine. Overall I would say that Tool,especially in this album, is bringing talent and uniqueness back into popular music.
Vood44

Vood44

16 novembre 2006
edité over 12 years ago
I feel that 10000 Days picks up where Lateralus left off, and Tool continue to put effort into expansion. After listening to Lateralus and all the previous albums for 5 years, with only live bootlegs to satisfy my thirst for new Tool, I was ready to move on and put Tool in my "happy memories." And then I bought 10000 Days, listened to it intently, alone, straight through with no stops. It was like having a really profound conversation with a close friend. I was moved and inspired. Also, admittedly, confused and a little foggy headed when I went outside. My point is, Tool continue to provide releases with no detail left uncrafted, and no moment left meaningless. I was surprised to hear many things on this album that, until now, the band seemed almost reluctant to do. Specifically, Maynard seemed to open up lyrically and emotionally a bit more on this record, speaking of family directly, for example. Progress continues: Danny has his new custom-worked electronic pads with melodic capabilities, Justin does some weird solo features with bass effects (not to mention the classic mind-bending and incredible timing features with Danny), and Adam continues to push the limits of simplism to new levels (e.g. lead guitars in Lost Keys and Rosetta Stoned), while also shredding up some mean classic metal riffs in Tool's incomprehensible timing style (e.g. Jambi). All this paired with the incredible album artwork and packaging makes 10000 Days a must-buy.. and, more importantly, a "must listen intently and pay your respect." :)