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9 thoughts on “ Part Of Me - Tool (2) - Opiate (Vinyl)

  1. Mar 20,  · Opiate’s “Hush” addressed issues of the time like censorship, while the masturbation-themed “Part of Me” foreshadowed future Tool gross-outs like “Stinkfist.” The raw live recording.
  2. Feb 28,  · 6 videos Play all Tool - Opiate - EP (Full Album HD) Mike White Tool - Part Of Me (SBD, ) - Duration: The Space Between The Counter And The Fridge views.
  3. Get the guaranteed best price on Heavy Metal Vinyl like the Tool - Opiate Vinyl LP at Musician's Friend. Get a low price and free shipping on thousands of items.5/5(1).
  4. Part of Me Lyrics: Yeah / Ready / I know you well, you are a part of me / I know you better than I know myself / I know you best, better than anyone / I know you better than I know myself / You are a.
  5. Mar 03,  · The first 4 Xs determine the release and the last X determines the format (1 for vinyl, 2 for CD, 4 for cassette.. etc). When Volcano Entertainment bought Zoo from BMG in , first they kept the same cat#s but changed the barcode to have a new prefix: XXXX-X.
  6. Aug 01,  · TOOL - Part Of Me (Audio) TOOL. Loading Unsubscribe from TOOL? Jerkoff - Opiate - Tool - Remastered Edition - Duration: lostcat music 59, views.
  7. TOOL/OPIATE. As the title of Tool's debut implies, they're none too impressed by religion, though other targets--fear ('Cold and Ugly'), hypocritical moralizing ('Jerk-Off'), nonconformity ('Hush')--get their time in the spotlight as tingmandtocandnocugardcodacwindbarre.coinfo is a collection of heavy, aggressive, cynical music (though the tail end of the title track sounds more like acid rock), packaged in songs.
  8. Jun 05,  · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Tool - Opiate at Discogs. Shop Vinyl and CDs and complete your Tool collection/5(K).
  9. 3 Part Of Me 4 Cold And Ugly (Live) [Explicit] 5 Jerk-Off (Live) [Explicit] 6 Opiate [Explicit] A young angry band, this EP started the bidding frenzy amongst labels to sign Tool. Opiate is a hard rocker; an excellent album, just not the Tool most people have come to love, err, worship. Read more. Vinyl sounded great /5(K).

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