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    Not that I care, but the record has a metascore of 85 and a user score of 7.8 / 10 on metacritic. That's more positive than negative, IMO.

    Anyway, people looking for bad critics to match theirs will always find some at some point.


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    This album is the only reason I've heard of them.


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    Nice mashup meme mashup going on here
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    Quote Originally Posted by Randy View Post
    Definitely one of the bands that got me into heavier and more technical stuff. Saw them on Summer Slaughter one year and it was amazing, the moshpit just stopped entirelywhenever a solo came up because everyone was rushing to the front of the stage to watch, and every note was flawless. It was a bizarre and awesome experience.
    Saw them when Minneman was playing drums for them. It didn't appear to be taxing him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Randy View Post
    I'm old enough to remember the butthurt over Lateralus. I haven't listened to it yet but I'm sure it's just fine.
    I never got that. It's their best album, and the only one I still reach for.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike View Post
    I never got that. It's their best album, and the only one I still reach for.
    Didn't get it either. The closest I got was when members of my first band at the time was saying it wasn't as good as Aenima, and I was alone contradicting that opinion. Agreed that Lateralus is their best.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nick View Post
    This album will never be able to live up to the hype therefore it can never be released. Shame as it's likely a pretty good album

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike View Post
    I never got that. It's their best album, and the only one I still reach for.
    Same here. It's the only Tool album that really is a complete album. My favorite tunes are on Aenima, but half that album is bullshit filler.
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