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Tool - Ænima
Tool - Ænima
Performer: Tool
Title: Ænima
Label: K.P.A. Records
Country: Russia
Style: Prog Rock, Heavy Metal
Cat: KPAMC-A 121
Rating: 4.3/5
Format: MP3, FLAC, WMA
FLAC size: 1250 mb | MP3 size: 2086 mb | WMA size: 2267 mb
Genre: Rock
Tracklist

1Pushit9:56
2Ænema6:40
3Jimmy5:24
4(-) Ions4:00
5Useful Idiot0:39
6Die Eier Von Satan2:17
7Stinkfist5:11
8Forty Six & 26:03
9Third Eye13:47
10Eulogy8:29
11Hooker With A Penis4:34
12Message To Harry Manback1:53
13Intermission0:56
14H.6:03
15Cesaro Summability1:26

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
61422-31087-2Tool Ænima ‎(CD, Album, Mul)Zoo Entertainment61422-31087-2US1996
61422 31087 1Tool Ænima ‎(2xLP, Album, Gat)Zoo Entertainment61422 31087 1US1996
7243 8 46691 2 6Tool Ænima ‎(CD, Album, RE)Volcano , Silvertone Records7243 8 46691 2 6Europe1998
noneTool Ænima ‎(15xFile, MP3, Album, RE, RM, 320)RCA Records Labelnone2019
72445-11087-1Tool Ænima ‎(2xLP, Album, Unofficial)Zoo Entertainment 72445-11087-1Europe2014
CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
61422-31087-2Tool Ænima ‎(CD, Album, Mul)Zoo Entertainment61422-31087-2US1996
61422 31087 1Tool Ænima ‎(2xLP, Album, Gat)Zoo Entertainment61422 31087 1US1996
noneTool Ænima ‎(15xFile, MP3, Album, RE, RM, 320)RCA Records Labelnone2019
72445-11087-1Tool Ænima ‎(2xLP, Album, Unofficial)Zoo Entertainment 72445-11087-1Europe2014
61422 31145 1Tool Ænima ‎(2xLP, Album, Gat)Zoo Entertainment61422 31145 1US1997

Credits

  • A&RMatt Marshall
  • Art Direction, Artwork [Production]Adam Jones, Kevin Willis
  • Artwork [Fx Consultant]Mark Rappaport
  • Artwork [Welding]Joel Larson
  • BassJustin Chancellor
  • Design, Artwork [Production]Concetta Holstead
  • DrumsDanny Carey
  • GuitarAdam Jones
  • Illustration [Computer Illustrations]Cam De Leon
  • Other [Attorney] – Eric Greenspan
  • Other [Flocker] – Shane Mahan, Karen Mason
  • Painting [Bill Hicks]Kevin Willis
  • Photography BySyd Kato
  • ProducerDavid Bottrill
  • Producer, Written-ByTool
  • Technician [Drum Tech]Bruce Jacoby
  • Technician [Guitar Tech And Equipment Consultant]Billy Howerdel
  • VocalsMaynard James Keenan
  • Engineer, Mixed ByDavid Bottrill
  • Performer [Geeks]Adam Jones, Danny Carey, Justin Chancellor, Maynard James Keenan
  • ProducerDavid Bottrill, Tool
  • Written-ByTool
  • BassJustin Chancellor
  • DrumsDanny Carey
  • GuitarAdam Jones
  • ProducerDavid Bottrill, Tool
  • VocalsMaynard James Keenan

Notes

There's a misprint in the booklet - 3rd track has 0:39 length and 4th has 6:03, when really it's vice-versa.
Made in the E.U.Release has printed labels, although very faint.
Side A ends in a locked groove.
Recorded at Ocean Way, Hollywood, California & The Hook, North Hollywood, California.
Mixed at Larrabee, North Hollywood, California.
Mastered at Gateway Studios, Portland, Maine.

This jacket has smaller "TOOL AENIMA" and "Zoo" logos.
Its barcode is larger and has a VERY faint catalog number on the bottom of the spine (it may be hard to see.)
Back bottom reads:
"The BMG and Zoo Entertainment logos are trademarks of BMG Music • ℗ © 1996 BMG Music • All Rights Reserved • Manufactured and Distributed by BMG Entertainment, New York, NY • Printed in U.S.A. • 72445-11087-1"TOTAL TIME :77:24
℗ © 1996 BMG Music
Лицензионное соглашение №258/МЗ

Video

Album

BcexE6yH. Stinkfist Lyrics. As of July 7, 2010, Ænima has sold 3,429,000. On its initial release, the album debuted at number two on the Billboard 200 chart, and has since been certified triple platinum by the RIAA on March 4, 2003. Before I start praising this album beyond belief, I'm going to talk about the one thing I dislike about this album, and its those goddamn interludes. Die Eier von Satan is a very creepy track. The album was recorded and cut at Ocean Way in Hollywood and The Hook in North Hollywood from 1995 to 1996. Ænima pronounced ˈɒnɪmə is the second studio album by progressive metal band Tool. Released on September 17, 1996, the album continues the progressive, hard rock sound of their debut album, Undertow, albeit with more ambition, leaning towards a more progressive style. Jesse Sandoval. It was released in vinyl format on September 17, 1996, and in compact disc format on October 1, 1996, through Zoo Entertainment. The 13th track, however, is called Ænema. The album was produced by David Bottrill. It was certified triple platinum by the RIAA on March 4, 2003. my third eye has been pried open. Ions can come off as filler to some. The album was released on October 1, 1996 in Compact Disc format and in vinyl format on September 17, 1996. read more. Before this. Great mixing. Undertow still had the rust of newcomers making a splash, while Ænima'. 3 tracks 16:25. The album was released on September 17, 1996 in vinyl format and on October 1, 1996 in Compact Disc format. Great vocals. Great instrumentals. Released September 17, 1996. Message to Harry Manback is disturbing, but in a good way. SIMILAR ITEMS based on metadata. Tool - Ænima 1996 full album. Listen free to Tool Ænima Stinkfist, Hooker With a Penis and more. Thanks for it. It was released in vinyl format on September 17, 1996, and in compact disc format on October 1, 1996 through Zoo Entertainment. Great production. Ænima Tracklist. Ænima is the sophomore record by heavy metal group Tool. This 77-minute piece of metaphysical metal explodes with everything from churning radio singles Stinkfist, Forty Six & 2 to a syncopated 13-minute prog-metal epic Third Eye to a rumbling electroacoustic headphone head trip - Ions. This album is rated in the top 1 of all albums on . The top rated tracks on this album are Ænema, Forty-Six & 2 and Stinkfist. Ænima is ranked 233rd in the overall chart, 48th in the 1990s, and 5th in the year 1996. The albums title is a combination of the words anima and enema, of which the former means soul and is associated with ideas of life force, while the latter is the medical procedure where fluids are injected into the rectum. Undertow still had the rust of newcomers making a splash, while Ænima'. Ænima ˈɑːnɪmə AH-ni-mə is the second studio album by American rock band Tool. Ænima is the second studio album by American rock band Tool. With Ænima, Tool produced subtle genius with an album that had the feel of completion. Publication date. Great lyrics. AEnima styled as Ænima is the second studio album by American rock band Tool. This album is rated in the top 1 of all albums on. The album won the Grammy Award for Best Metal Performance in 1998. WTF Take my money and run . Hey I signed up and paid for Tool army but then nothing happened after that. 15 tracks 77:18. Not getting anything in the mail, and theres nothing on the website under the Tool army section. Album 1996 15 Songs. Ænima is a music album by Tool released in 1996. The album was recorded and cut at Ocean Way, Hollywood, California and The Hook, North Hollywood, California from 1995 to 1996. Listen free to Tool Ænima Stinkfist, Eulogy and more. this is Tool's best album IMHO and that isn't to say the others were not good, it's just the effect the album had I suppose. Uploaded by the album art archive on August 21, 2018. Genre: Progressive Metal

Comments (20)
VariesWent
drivel nonsense twaddle claptrap balderdash gibberish mumbo jumbo embarrassing
Dranar
Well, screw it!!! I'm going back on my word in getting this pressing, not only is it (for some reason) cheaper than the other two, but it is the most common one I have seen across the internet. So the only thing that kills me is the cool patterns on the vinyl and the catalg number are hard to see, but really I would care less as long as the sound is good. I rather have this than getting a bootleg or that dumb unofficial press, ughhhh, If your a person that is on there deathbed and selling it cheap, like let me know, K. /: (JOKING)
Goltizuru
It’s the 1st press with faint labels.. so the sound it really Good!!
LadyShlak
My problem is that this is the right record. Great sound and the pictures I see here with that very thin writing and almost not really see the stuff painted on the labels.. The innersleeves are also same. And I think the ending of sida was strange but can't say if it bgins again at side b. So verythig is good but the problem I have is it is a cut-out record. Ca.1,5 cm thin cut out at the cover.. (Of course the only one of 2 Cut-outs I have must be this album!!) . Anyway if I find it again in my chaos can anybody tell me if this cut-out on the cover is making this perfect album (vinyls are very good) much cheaper? Or let's say if the vinyls are perefct it's just that ugly little cut that kills the cover which is black anyway..How much do I have to pay for such an edition. The cover should be good but otherwise it fits to the ultra thin letters and faint other writing on that album. The other one which is very xpensive looks awesome. I hadn't seen before that the writing and drawing on the labels are clear to read. Looks clean and new but it's a Tool record and I don't know ifthat's a Tool-joke to press it so mysterious to read but otherwise their other album covers are very stylish, so .. Anyway I don't want to buy that for such a price and can't.. I'm glad with the cut out. Btter than nothing at all..
Thozius
The cut is simply identifying it as a promotional copy. Doesn't change the value much and shouldn't bother you. I must have 2 dozen promos with hole punches or cuts. They can still be graded VG+.
Flocton
When I got this record home and inspected, everything matched except the cat # on the spine. I spent 3-5min looking for it, and was convinced my copy didn't have it. Thank you fils303 for posting pic. I pulled the record out and inspected with a jewelers magnifying glass and a bright flashlight, success! It is VERY difficult to see. Quality pressing, great sound! Plays into locked grove at end of side A, which has been posted, but also plays that sound on lead in to side B.
Nalmezar
have to go to edit photos and view photo to even see the #s from the pic i put up
Majin
the spine catalog # is extremely faint. had to hit it with my phone "flash light" to get it to show up. ill fire a pic up. $4.00 find back in the day for me, my sleeve has seen better days but still my best crate treasure.
Winawel
So I just need to know from someone who has an original, does it even sound good? Better than the CD? I'll probably never own this, so I'm wondering if I'm actually missing anything.
Armin
I have the second official pressing and it sounds great - concur with the comment of it being different than the CD - better is in the audiophile world is subjective and personal. If an official LP release can be had at a decent price, you will not regret. I have done a compare to one of the bootleg versions that exists, and if a boot is all you can find, it will work until Tool does their catalogue reissue in the next few years.
Jack
It sounds way better on the LP. Excellent range - you can really hear the build up they have in most of their tracks. Very high quality pressing.
Skunk Black
It sounds great. Better than the CD? Not really, just different. More low end, but less definition, so I guess it boils down to the individual's taste.
Anasius
i certainly have a copy of this bootleg - https://www.discogs.com/Tool-%C3%86nima/release/4274296 - and i have another unopen copy that looks the same. only thing is, from what i can tell the main differences between the bootleg and the original are the stickers on the discs. the open one has black stickers with numbers, but i can't speak for the sealed one. is there any other way to tell the difference? i see no pictures of the spine on this one, for instance (both of mine look the same, so if they're supposed to be different that could be a tell). i've heard there might be a faint number on the spine, but someone in comments mentioned buying an original at a retail store in '96 but there is no spine number on his. any tips identifying this sealed vinyl?
GYBYXOH
Reissue this on vinyl for christ sake....jesus do they do this on purpose?
Feri
That extra inner sleeve I had is now gone to a new home. :)
Faebei
Added info/photos to release. Couldn't delete comment.
I am hcv men
Hi...I'm pretty sure that exist an identical german bootleg pressing of this one (yeah... black wax... rumored 180g). You can see several copy of this bootleg at POPSIKE.COM, typing in the search: "Tool Aenima".(Eg.: http://www.popsike.com/Tool-Aenima-2LP-Vinyl-Record-1996-LP/110586240230.html or http://www.popsike.com/TOOL-AENIMA-2LP-BLACK-VINYL-W-INSERT-VG/320709391506.html )So... what are the matrices etched on the original pressing? Can someone help me?Bye
Quemal
And then? Was it a bootleg or not?
Foxanayn
The original Tool: Aenima 1996 LP/Vinyl pressing has these matrix codes :Matrix / Runout: 72445-11087-1-A1 RE1Matrix / Runout: 72445-11087-1-B1 RE1Matrix / Runout: 72445-11087-1-C1 RE1Matrix / Runout: 72445-11087-1-D1 RE1 ( the RE1 matrix etching is also hard to see on the vinyl itself)Its barcode is larger and has a VERY faint catalog number on the bottom of the spine (it may be hard to see.) Also with a un-centered Tool: Aenima on the spineBack bottom of album cover reads: "The BMG and Zoo Entertainment logos are trademarks of BMG Music • ℗ © 1996 BMG Music • All Rights Reserved • Manufactured and Distributed by BMG Entertainment, New York, NY • Printed in U.S.A. • 72445-11087-1" (this print along the bottom of the back is also kind of blurred) Then within the barcode box it reads: 6 1422-31087-1 1The original Aenima pressing does not come with inserts for the album art. The actual sleeves (which are usually white) for this pressing are the album art which you put the records in. Original pressing did not come with white sleeves.
Vaua
LucaNOISEHi...I'm pretty sure that exist an identical german bootleg pressing of this one (yeah... black wax... rumored 180g). You can see several copy of this bootleg at POPSIKE.COM, typing in the search: "Tool Aenima".(Eg.: http://www.popsike.com/Tool-Aenima-2LP-Vinyl-Record-1996-LP/110586240230.html or http://www.popsike.com/TOOL-AENIMA-2LP-BLACK-VINYL-W-INSERT-VG/320709391506.html )So... what are the matrices etched on the original pressing? Can someone help me?ByeIt seems I might have gotten one of these bootlegs, sold here on Discogs as this original release. There's no locked runout on side A, and the labels are black with white text "72445-11087 A/B/C/D".The etchings mirror the labels, except for reading "72445-11087-1-A/B/C/D"I can't see any catalog markings on the spine, faint or otherwise, but it matches the logo size, and has the small BMG logo next to the barcode.I've contacted the seller to try and sort this out.