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2 stars The band TOOL has come along very hard/metal backgrounds into Aenima.

The professionalism in this album is not on my list of favorites, it is what I would label as Covetous sound.

The lead singer is extremely covetous, using hooks to his own advantage for alms.

And this is what this album personifies how the group receives what the reference would call Alms.

I notice an immediate impression in the mind when any TOOL album is the music player and this is what I call a conjurers way, satan worship/King worship.

I have done much research and after personifying(mocking) much in my reviews at amazon getgo,

This group called TOOL is stealing alms from the poor and this album obviously through the animal kingdom, including plants, fungus-ergot.

In my experiences this group intellectualizes sound, and is not my favorite group, I would rather hear the sound than experience their intellectualized sound, and this is the largest difference today the group is not in distance for a good review.

Their not the only group that has this covetous sound and is very simple to figure out with a reference:

The observed reference distances the children of LSD users-- paralleling a broken promise from God to NOE our shared ancestor. In the lyrics for this album it becomes more than obvious the personified distances to this mentioned referenced parallel.

All the people who were high in drugs in the album Undertow are all Racist--KKK. This proves the basis of the group is island based and are also the Number 1 conjure against the mainland individual.

In common sense they are a group of small town individuals who cannot tolerate where they put themselves(heavily conjured personified). I view this as unprofessional and do not recommend any of their albums.

There is one group member from Seattle area it does not make the rest of the members from the same area, and Paul is not saying much(in reference).

Aenima should be a banned album for its suggestive distancing and the album overall is harsh towards a city environment such mentioned in the area of California.

The group is very similar to Guns and Roses who also spoke harsh about the city and was rewarded on songs during the MTV rock era--Welcome to the Jungle was a video shown many times a day?

In progressive sounds this group is not the top of the list--people should really look at the bigger picture in music and then compare--- their sound is not progressive but following. The bigger picture is in the observation that most music in the world does not bang drums like this group nor play unmatched instruments--- The group is unprofessional and lacks the common sense for it to be considered essential.

There are some individuals who make a lifetime out of thieving from others. Please see through these individuals--they are crown ¨A¨ thieves on the mainland. There is something to be said against a following as this one and it is very simple, the band does not have any sense to them--#1 conjuring island based group against the mainland.

This group/band is performance based without a necessity. Meaning this group is a perversion of other groups who need to perform to live--this group is not in that distance and will not get my support-- They put themselves in need.

Example: Lets get 200,000 individuals who have done illegal drugs who support the group and dissolve it unto this mainland lineage who is sober and drug-free(TOOL).

The group is Mathematical Progressive--in other words they are most identical to fraternity brothers who can get rid of most problems as mentioned into the lyrics. On this album the example is in the whole album, the title, the lyrics, and some of the instrumentation.

thewickedfall | 2/5 |


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