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Tool collectibles, box sets and rarities. No metal vinyl collection is complete without these hard-to-find releases from one of Metals’ most influential bands of the past 30 years.

Lateralus (2LP)

Tool Lateralus (2LP)

$94.99

Lateralus (2LP)

by Tool
$94.99

Lateralus is the third full-length studio album by Tool, released in 2001 The album was produced by David Bottrill, who had produced the band's two previous releases Ænima and Salival.

The track listing is altered on the vinyl edition, with "Disposition" appearing at track 8. Because of the long running time, the double vinyl edition could not be released like the disc since the songs would not fit on each disc side in that order. The album debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart, and was certified platinum in Australia. The band won the Grammy Award for Best Metal Performance for the song "Schism" in 2002.

TRACKLISTING

Side A
The Grudge
Eon Blue Apocalypse
The Patient
Mantra

Side B
Schism
Parabol
Parabola
Disposition

Side A
Ticks & Leeches
Lateralus

Side B
Reflection
Triad
Faaip De Oiad

Opiate (Vinyl)

Tool Opiate (Vinyl)

$34.99

Opiate (Vinyl)

by Tool
$34.99

'Opiate' is the 1992 EP by Tool, and the precursor to Tool's first full-length album, 'Undertow,' a year later. It was produced and engineered by Sylvia Massy and former Minor Threat bassist Steve Hansgen. The EP features six tracks with seven songs, the seventh a hidden track entitled "The Gaping Lotus Experience."

TRACKLISTING

Sweat
Hush
Part Of Me
Cold And Ugly
Jerk-Off
Opiate

Undertow (Vinyl)

Tool Undertow (Vinyl)

$49.99

Undertow (Vinyl)

by Tool
$49.99

Reissue 2LP Version Of Tool's 'Undertow' Album, Including The Hits "Sober" And "Prison Sex!"

Arguably their finest album, this follow-up to the 'Opiate' EP showcases Tool at their best, assisted by clean, crisp production, without the muddiness of 'Aenima.' Edgy guitar riffs are complemented by spitting, heavy bass, especially on "Sober" and "Crawl Away."

Lyrically, Tool are at their vitriolic best, targeting religious hypocrisy ("Intolerance" and "Sober"), the loss of innocence and its consequences ("Prison Sex"), and deliberate ignorance ("Swamp Song"). Henry Rollins makes a guest appearance on "Bottom," which, along with "4 Degrees," deals with questions of identity. '

Undertow' is also Tool's most musically adventurous album, lacking the occasionally numbing sameness of 'Aenima,' and with considerably more sophistication than their previous work.

TRACKLISTING

Side A
Intolerance
Prison Sex
Sober

Side B
Bottom
Crawl Away
Swamp Song

Side A
Undertow
4
Flood

Side B
Disgustipated