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10,000 DAYS

Tool

 

Experimental/Post Metal

3.83 | 688 ratings

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JROCHA
4 stars When i first my copy of 10,000 days i was so excited to listen to it. After i was done listening to it i thought this is not what i expected. i guess i thought it would be something like their last release,which was the masterpiece Lateralus.So the second time came around for a listen and it was much better than the first. TOOL opens up all their albums with great song and Vicarious is a great example.Next is JaMbi the guitar work at the start of the song is amazing, a very solid TOOL song,and guitarist Adam Jones is a very under rated guitar player. Then Comes the Two songs that make the album.Wings for Marie and 10,000 days, Something very different for TOOL.Maynard vocals are very low but yet it goes great with these two songs, 10,000 days is also one of the greatest song ever made by the band.Very epic.Then comes the pot,a very catchy tool song with great bass playing by Justin Chancellor.Then a filler we will skip this song. Lost keys is a good intro/bridge to Rosseta Stoned.The vocals on this song are very difficult to listen to but i like it,something different, this song compares to pushit or third eye.Intension is a song i did not really care for but now i love it.A very calm song.Then Right in two comes along.This is my favorite track on the album, good lyrics by Maynard and vocals,Adam and Justin are just awesome and the the Man who steals the show is Danny Carey. His drumming is just amazing, how does he do it? After Right in Two the album should just end but there is a another filler!For that i give this album 4 stars.TOOL always come through with great music.Very different from lateralus. A great follow up to a masterpiece.
JROCHA | 4/5 |

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