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Aenima | Reviewer: reg LeClaire | 4/25/13

I've seen A LOT of bands over the years, from The Sones to Springsteen to U2 but TOOL stands out in a special way. The album, Aenima is by far my favourite, Lateralus is pretty damn good too. On Aenima, the guys take a really nice subtle "in your face" approach to what they're trying to communicate. I know we've all been fooled before by what we have perceived as "deep" meaningful lyrics only to have the artist who wrote them tell us that he/she has no idea what he/she meant (funny!) Don't just call me Methodist, try to read between the lines. I can't imagine why you wouldn't welcome any change my friend....Anyway, we all infer different things from lyrics and music but this album is a fantastic blend of music from their peers, the Pink Floyds, The Metallicas, the Neil Young (Crazy Horses), etc....great sh (tuff).

├ćnima album | Reviewer: zumer7 | 6/8/10

this album is my favorite by tool, I like every song, and I stand to agree with Maynard lyrically. I am a guitarist, and I know how to play most of the songs on this album.
Tool, saying you did a good job would be a lie.
You did a Fucking miraculous job, and I like justin's bass style more than Paul's, so try not to lose him.
Oh, that was nothing against paul, considering he helped create half of this album, I just like Justin more.

toolpusher | Reviewer: Anonymous | 9/11/06

i picked this album up in 96, drawn by the bizzare mix of music, lyrics and images found in their videos---today this release still stands for me as some of the most significant music of the past ten years-----every single, every note and every lyric---masterfully created to cast chaos and question on all of our beliefs and our perceptions----critical of the world in which we live and that which we hold as important or sacred----this is the kind of musical experience that a lot of people...in a lot of high places, could benefit from...and the sooner...the better.


Aenima | Reviewer: Chuckles | 1/15/06

with paul d'amour leaving the band in 1995, it looked like tool would never be the same, they wouldnt this is their most acclaimed album to date, with bass guitarist justin chancellor coming in, they had improved everything about themsleves musically, sound collages in songs like useful idiot they had shown even more talent, i know none of you give 2 shits about what im sayin so ill by saying if undertow, is given 5 stars out of 5, aenima get 7 stars out of 5 at least
tool rock


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