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kalbo37 - Mind blowing
This is probably the best album I have every listened to. I am still listening to it everyday since it's release.
caje100994 - Best album yet
Unbelievably rhythmically, best all round album
Moosedal - No words.
They’ve done it again. What a masterpiece. This band has no equal.
Tiffypoo81 - Meh
The first LP and two albums were awesome, real, raw! The last few albums sound the same, but this one is overall disappointing! I guess every metal band goes that way. 7empest was the best track. Why didn’t they pursue that idea?! And I don’t know who is leaving these reviews. Read reviews on Metal Sucks. I concur with them.
ValleyViper81 - Music masterpiece.
Tool can do no wrong.
Marco262a - Musical Masterpiece
Mighty Sonic sounds for the Ages
phyl08 - Awesome!
Years ago, I had my first listen to a TOOL album, from a CD that a workmate lend me. I thought they were awful! Too noisy for my old ears. OK, I'm sixty something, can't help it!
But this album is a knockout masterpiece! From the opening track all down to the last, we are treated to some excellent music. It's still sounds heavy to my ears but the percussions and musical arrangements make it an unforgettable experience. Kudos to the engineers, too!
Yep, I'll definitely catch them live, if they come by!
theguvna1 - Queensryche fans will love this
Sounds like an album made by a Queensryche cover band. Two half-decent songs on this album. Should have waited another decade and put out a good album. Brutal.
DarkMatterz - Disappointing
I LOVE TOOL but can’t help feeling cheated here. I would happily double the $500 I paid for next week’s show to have these songs omitted or relegated to an opening set. Still love TOOL though hence the second star.
MeMeaner69 - Stunning
They are the Alt/progressive band with a concept album feel. Relaxing rage music.
J Seb D - Zzzzzzz
TiggyKnowns - Amazing
At first I was unimpressed after 13 years of waiting, but I’ve now listened to this album at least once a day for nearly 2 months and it’s incredible!!! The more you listen to it you realize this is pure artistic genius consisting of 4 brilliant minds. One of my top 5 favourite albums ever!!
film_by_us - Since Opiate
Takes several listenings which in this case is a very good thing....
Ozzalin - WEAPON OUT & BELLY IN!
47 years behind me. I remember a good friend of mine had Opiate around 92 and introduced me to a different kind of music back then. Next thing i did was to rush in the record store the next year to grab Undertow, then i instantly knew that my love for this band would become the story of a lifetime. Over the years i have learn to sit down, to disconect, to listen and to appreciate TOOL's magnnificent music. From the 1st track to the last, like a good glass of wine, everytime i listen to an album, i know that i'm in for a very different experience each time and Fear Inoculum was precisely just that. From the warriors strugglin against nature and time to the rejection of fear and negativity while searching how to release the light this album is a journey into one self. For me it is another masterpiece, period. Thank you for such dedication, thank you as well for Caduceus's wines and local goods, working hard with mother nature, thank you TOOL, thank you James. You guys are one hell of a good band.
Jenksauto - Excellence
It’s a near perfect album and is everything I hoped it would be . This will be on constant repeat for quite some time .
the schwoogler - just really good
Wolfeman13 - amazing album
wow what can i say about this album its so good and the sound is so fresh and clear ,a must have for any music fan out there
Whitycent - Fear Inoculum
I don’t know if they do things purposely or not, I mean they probably had this album done a year or two ago, but the years between albums is just something interesting to talk about: 1st to 2nd album was one year, 2nd to 3rd was three years, 3rd to 4th was five years, 4th to 5th year was also five years, 5th to 6th year was three years...but since we’re counting down in reverse order 13 years could be inversely written as 31 to give time between as 1 3 5 5 3 1. Just having some fun with numbers, but as far as how great this album is, it’s number 1!!! I have loved Tool since the beginning and this is by far my favourite album!!! If you love Tool, you’ll love this album. If you’re young and have never heard of them give it a listen...they will be your new favourite band.
Mengland518 - Excellent
I am 40 years old and have been with this band since day 1. This includes all band member side projects. I love Tool so this is probably not an unbiased review.
I think this album is fantastically smart, rich and worth buying. Smart as any other Tool album has been - this may sound underwhelming but longtime Tool fans know what I mean. Rich as any other Tool album has been - the album is full of unique and original sound as well as traditional Tool. The lyrics and stories should, I think, mean more to us all (I hope for your sake) than what we are being fed today at nausea by the mainstream market - none of this: I love you, you cheated on me, or I have a nice car blah blah blah. The album, like their others, will have “deep” and likely relevant stories or meanings for us to think over or try and connect with. Half the battle is thinking them over. Good times for music and rock/metal/industrial/alternative or whatever you wanna call it fans.
The sound, like I said, is a mix of old and new. It’s both “soft” and “hard”. If you wanted ONLY the Ticks and Leeches of the past, you’re gonna be disappointed, or have to open up to softer tones and a less aggressive sound. I think this music was crafted not only for the fan base and commercial success but also, it seems, for the artists who I’ve come to appreciate are not your traditional rockers. Tool reviews may be mixed from casual or hard nosed heavy metal fans - kinda like when Metallica made their black album and everyone lost their cool but in all honestly it ended up being their flag ship and cornerstone to their legacy.
I liked this album right away. Having said that this album did require a few listens on my part to really rock out to it. I haven’t yet figured it all out but will enjoy doing that. It has compelled me to make Tool band wealthier by downloading all their music from ITunes despite the fact I already own all their prior stuff on CDs, etc. Now I should do a review of how I can’t easily get my older IPod to transfer it all to my new expensive as hell IPhone.
Buy it, listen to it, and you should enjoy it immensely. For those hard nose metal fans, listen to it a few times and you will appreciate the heavy spots given the climb to the moments. Cheers.
Aqzwsxedbr - Amazing
Tool always delivers! Weird time signatures, hard riffs, deep and beautiful lyrics! This is why they are my favourite band ever! This album is the next step in their evolution and it makes me very happy to listen to new music by them. Danny Carey is a god on the drums, 7empest is Adam Jones’ best guitar work, Justin Chancellor is always keeping the band together and Maynard’s vocals are as good as ever.
MonsoonMonster - Great Album
Nothing will ever top Aenema & Lateralus for me. But this album may be tied for third with 10K Days. Pneuma, Invincible, & 7empest are my standout tracks. TOOL takes you on a journey with these songs. Adam Jones takes the spotlight with Danny Carey throughout this album while Maynard takes a bit of a step back. This albums a grower and is to be dissected for years to come.
Ian Labelle - Cool
I would say that this is probably going to be their best album once the dust settles. Excellent music start to finish.
Sjudhedneiskss - Eyes full of wonder
Tool at their best
Front Row Rush - Thanks tool
11dimensions - Fantastic
sshahaha - Stream Lover
Dudebag2000 - Awesome
Incredible album !!
Almost worth the 13 year wait.
snowjunkie3030 - Perfect in every way
this was meant be right here right now. brilliant
FollowYourOwnMuse - TOOL
It’s more perfect than a circle
Sportsfan199 - Love it!
Can’t stop listening to it!
PK Juice - If it’s to loud your to old!
I can’t listen to this album loud enough!
Toma 78 - Toma 78
Finally!! This single is awesome out of this world. The whole album will ROCK!! Worth the 13 year wait. Come to Edmonton Alberta for the tour. ☠️🤘🏻This album is ahead of its time!! That is why it is so GOOD.
mithik - Did not disappoint!!
This album was worth the wait, I just hope the next one isn’t as far away!!
YvesLeBorg - Stunning
The wait was long, albeit well worth it. I guess ambiand-heavy gets a new meaning. Lyrics exquisite, recording top notch as usual, instrumental acumen. That thing is going to be on repeat for a good while.
ivomatich - Long time coming
After a long wait Fear Inoculum truly exceeded all my expectations and more. Masters of their craft and one of the most unique bands alive and making music.
Warren VV - Beyond Brilliant
All I can really say is, thank you... job well done!
Albodoin - Worth the wait!
When they released the first single I was not convinced, I tough it lacked something...but in fact it was my ears that needed to be readjusted. With all the modern metal bands playing 3min30 song to pleases radio station or spotify playlist listeners, Tool decides to go their way and make 10 minutes masterpieces! Everything is coherent and they meticulously created a number of unforgettable moments throughout the whole album.
ONEMAN RIOT2010 - Doesn't matter how long we waited
This album is a materpiece for the ages. I listened to the album 6 times in a row the day it was released. I am still listening to the entire thing over and over. The band did everything right with this album. Listeen to it when you do anything and everything in your day. Don't skip a beat or a song. Just let it play and it will amaze you.
Relent - Amazing !!
Sooooo refreshing to have something to listen to that is great. So sick of all the other crap bands out there that pump out the same generic crap. There are so many different things you can add to music other than just guitar, drums and Bass. I wish other bands would get more creative. Albeit, not easy to find singers like MJK.
TJ Donaldson - Well worth the wait
A homage to the transcendent art form of music.
JScrivSquared - Lives up to the hype.
Hard to imagine delivering an album worth the 13-year wait, but they did it. Tool’s musicianship is as tight as ever, Danny is incredible as always, Justin as well, taking a more supporting role this time rather than standing out as much, Maynard’s melodies are beautiful and haunting, if reserved, and Adam has notably stepped up his game and put out the best leads Tool has ever seen. The result is a record that is both dense and sprawling, with a consistent tone throughout, although arguably ‘safer’ and less experimental than say 10,000 Days. The album’s production is also top-notch, each element is perfectly audible at all times with a decent set-up. Undoubtedly a masterpiece, competing with Lateralus as their best work.
Silver tongue d - Ummm. Holy Fuxk
I’d love to give a full review of this album but after 1 week of rewinding the first 2 minutes of pneuma I don’t think I’m worthy.... anyone writing a bad review on this album deserves to be on the Island of Monroe at the exact moment that the cheetah guy rips out his implant and says no more pain.
D@veG - Beyond expectations.
Possibly the best thing I’ve heard from TOOL. And that’s saying a lot.
hfahb - Unreal
Amazing album! Must have for any Tool fan or human being in general.
MezmerAndMcfly - (not so) Surprisingly, it’s good
After 13 years of waiting…not disappointed, one if their bests.
jmoisan - A complete masterpiece
13 years in the the making, this is the record that TOOL was always meant to put out. Deep, reflective and EPIC. You can't really get better musicianship than this. Fear Inoculum will be talked and dissected about for years to come.
Canadian Family Med Dude - Rabbit hole to musical oblivion. And it’s perfect.
Fear Innoculum (title track) is a tasty mix of new and familiar Tool; it’s a technically insane song with intense appeal, showcasing each artist through syncopated synergy that starts slow and builds, rises, falls, rises higher, falls, changes, grinds, then rocks to the end. As with the other ‘concert-only’ samples of this album we have now, this song is technically elite, epic in scope, and wonderful to sink into as a listener.
*update Aug 30th onward:
This entire album is a masterpiece that I suspect will be timeless in recognition of complexity and artful maturity. The best craftsmen of progressive rock in the world, at the peak of their game, with experience and time going into this total musical leviathan.
Nogginflogger - One of their best
Every song is amazing, intricate, and memorable. A must buy if you’re a tool fan. If you’re not a tool fan, then... what are you doing on their page.
Airballz - Wow
Best album in 10000 days you out did yourself tool
Declined4Credit - Still Tool But More Refined With Age
The group still has their unique sound but they are more refined. With that said I heard aspects from their first two full length albums and also from their last two full length albums,... released so long ago. This is a must have for any Tool fan. This album is the most hypnotizing effort by the band than any other album they have released. Also, I do not think, but you can correct me if I am wrong. But Maynard’s lyrics do not have even one loud long drawn out scream in any song on this album and only one swear word. Invincible and 7emptest are my favourite tracks from this album with the latter being my number one pick from this effort by the band. Rejoice that they have finally released new material after so long and think of the fans that died while hoping for new material and how lucky we are to be able to experience their new effort and the fact that their whole library is available on streaming services finally. Cheers!
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Edmund.P - It’s worth the wait!
Took me quite a few listens before it clicked...now I can’t get enough! That’s why I love Tool, there is so much to digest in each song. I will say the album is let down by the various interludes which don’t do much to tie anything together or lead into tracks. Other than that, a fab album!
The 11th Earl of Marr - Fatboy 2029
i started listening to Tool in 1996 i was 34 now I’m pushing 60 I’ve always been a Prog Rock Fan.But Tool are something else Ænima was the Album for me & still is. Fear Inoculum is a 3 Star album because it only has 3 tracks on it The Title track, Pneuma & Invincibe the rest of the Album seems very Amateurish. I’m old fashioned i will buy the hard copy on CD as I’m streaming at the Moment because you need to hear it through HiFi but sadly you have to buy the Whole Album for 3 tracks. We are going backwards again......!!!!
Slow problem - Average
Some good some bad
Tool are sometimes meh
crobins745 - Welcome back
Quite simply the best hard rock album of the last few years. Can’t stop playing it. 7empest? Oh, man! Mesmeric!
Doggsbox - Fear Inoculum
What a shame Maynard are has taken a backseat on this album really disappointing after such a long wait! One word for this album is BORING!
learn to swim - Several of their best songs, but not consistent throughout to warrant 4 or 5 stars
I have been listening to Tool’s new album for several months, since its release here in the UK. I have been reading various professional and fan/listener reviews, and chewing over my own reaction to it. I have gone full circle from feeling giddy about it, to then feeling a bit disappointed with bits of it, to then feeling content with its overall quality and place in the Toolverse.
I therefore felt compelled to write this review after my journey reacting to it. It felt important to share. I have been a serious Tool fan since the early 1990s. Undertow was the backdrop to my university years.
To understand Tool’s latest album, I have come to see it as a metaphor for life’s constant struggle for relevance. We are constantly striving to get to the next ledge, achieve the next goal, make our mark, make ourselves heard, seeking an unattainable perfection of happiness that does not exist. And then when you get there, invariably how do you feel? Seriously, how do you really feel? Disappointed? Unsatisfied? To quote the song ‘Warrior’ from the album, each individual human is ‘‘…struggling to remain consequential…”
I think therefore how you respond to the new album (positive, negative or apathetic), is as much a reflection of one’s own life journey and status as a self-actualised individual, one’s own insatiable desire for instant gratification and crowning glories, than the quality of the album.
If I had to be really brutal and objective, ‘Fear Inoculum’, ‘Pneuma’, ‘Invincible’ and ‘Descending’ are truly incredible songs, some of their best ever work, whilst the rest of the album is less enjoyable and less memorable, and therefore as an album overall for me isn't consistently enjoyable throughout; a bit like their album 10,000 day in my view. So it gets 3 stars. For example, ‘Tempest’ goes on a bit too long after 6 and a half minutes, and there are one too many elaborate mahoosive tom rolls on the album. That said, ‘Pneuma’ is infact my new favourite Tool song; it is breathtaking and stunning in its melodies, sentiment and syncopated time signature. Tool’s modus operandi includes crazy time signatures, so to write a new song with a crazy time signature that feels fresh and doesn’t feel like a parody of Tool, is an achievement. It is perhaps the crowning glory of their message of self-awareness and self-growth that permeates across their back catalogue.
So is it their greatest album? In my view no beacue its not great start to finish, but then how could it be after all that they have achieved to date with their previous releases? There are undeniable stellar gems on the album as I have stated above, like there are on 10,000 days, so to miss the opportunity to welcome these songs into your Tool library is like closing oneself off to the possibility of death and missing out on love. To say the album is ‘1-star rubbish’ and ‘just contains b-sides from their other albums’ (to paraphrase some reviews) is to completely misinterpret the album in context, and frankly, unfair. Should you buy this if you are an existing Tool fan? Yes, there are some incredible songs on the album that you must hear.
Would I recommend this album to first time listeners? No, not yet. To appreciate Tool’s new album, you have to understand its context from the previous releases and then come to it after that.
Given it is not the apex album that some were expecting, and in an age where rock and metal are increasingly niche genres, the fact that it landed at no.1 in the album charts upon release after so many years is a testament to how powerful the presence of Tool in music was, and still is.
This album therefore does not diminish Tool’s legacy, it augments it. You just have to be comfortable with it in its true context, much like yourself. The mighty enigma that is Tool has shown itself to be fallible at last, and all the better for it in my view. Definitely worth buying for about 4 songs on there that are mind blowing, but don't expect to enjoy the whole album.
Andy Miles - Metal?
Interesting, but how is this metal? This album should go into the 'Alternative' section.
Muzza95 - TOOL ARE BACK.
I loved this album on the first listen through. Eary, creative and atmospheric. Brilliant.
Juliette's Boy - Incredible ...!!
I’ve waited so long for this record .. I loved 10,000 days so much I prayed this would not disappoint .. it took 3 listens to hook me .. this album is a work of art .. IT IS INCREDIBLE .....
Britbearsfan - I can see your point but...
I love this album. Yes there is a higher proportion of instrumental sections vs vocals compared with previous albums but it works for me and just emphasises Maynard’s reliably excellent vocals when they do come in. Even the repetition of some lyrical and musical themes from previous albums does not bother me. I have also heard criticisms of the production but the Itunes version sounds fantastic on my less than perfect car stereo. My only criticism would be that, whereas on previous albums I have enjoyed the interludes, on this album I find them intrusive and not in keeping with the flow of the album.
Ajshridp - Had to reflect
At first I was a little disappointed, as there were not many high energy tracks like vicarious or the patient. But I read a review saying that Maynard is in his 50s, and he’s still one of the coolest guys.
Tool has 5/6 albums out, and this is prog metal, they’re still allowed to experiment, and this is what they wanted us to hear. Pneuma, invincible and descending are my favourites
Two faced ninja 264 - My favourite Tool album
I’ve loved this band since 1996. This is the best album they’ve done. All the elements are there, it builds on everything they’ve done before. Feels like a true evolution from earlier albums. Well worth the wait.
Snazzy frank - Oh wow.
Tool are back. Simply incredible musicianship from this unique band.
Pneuma may be the best piece of music I’ve heard. That good.
George Yiakoumi - It’s a grower...
I think people would have been more forgiving if there were a few shorter tracks with drops and MJK’s screams here and there but hello? The man is in his late 50s... you wanted Tool, this is Tool but you’re not getting Undertow or Opiate any time soon lol. Danny is still an absolute machine, Adam sounds like Adam and Justin still rocks that sexy bass tone. If you want one hit wonders, look elsewhere. If you want the Tool experience, dive on in!
CaptainJonty - Love it
8 listens through the entirety of the record and it’s been a journey. Total masterpiece
Dan M 77 - Masterpiece
This album has made me get into Tool. After a 13 year gap, they’re back with a vengeance and have created something sublime.
Fskfndjc - TooL
Absolute masterpiece guitarist has improved a lot
FesteringPotato - Most Excellent
aaaaaahhghaaaaagh - Classic Tool, new Too
They’ve grown as a band and continued to innovate with this album, but have remained true to their roots as well. Pneuma and Culling Voices are currently stand out tracks but I already know this album will grow and grow on me so I fully expect other tracks to deservedly challenge my initial take. Well worth investing time to listen to this amazing record.
Chessh - Hyperbole
Rhythmically interesting. Harmonically dead in the water. If you like songs that pedal on one chord throughout for 10 minutes then knock yourself out. I’ll occupy myself with something more musically challenging and rewarding.
Joey mall - Ehh
Ehh. It a good album not deserving of 1 start but understandable that people are irritated. Put it on in the background while you chat to friends but not something I'll be going intentionally back to. No point in making something long for the sake of it. Dream theatre have the problem that they are talented musicians that can't write songs. That's not the case here just it gets boring when the is a repetitive instrumental part. Bat out of hell can get away with being nearly 10 minutes long as it continuously tells a story and keeps you attention where as this goes on and on and on and on and on and on and on.
caitdelrey - trash
MarkD2011 - Not Invincible
13 years later.... oh dear
SilhouetteDemon - Yes!
Af7er the firs7 2 lis7ens i gave i7 a 7wo day break, jus7 7oo much to diges7 and maybe a shock 7o 7he sys7em af7er so long. Now I'm back a7 i7 and i7 ge7s more glorious 7he more i lis7en. I love 7he produc7ion, Dannys drums sound like cannons! awesome! 7/7
NickM1990 - Best album of the last decade
Thank you Tool
Croonsen - EPIC
So happy with this album, it gets better every time I listen, it is a good experience with headphones also. Not a weak track on it IMO. It’s quality from start to finish and I am grateful it exists.
Bill-ster101 - Is this music?
I can only describe it as a lot of different types of sounds merged into “it’s taken us 13 years to come up with this”.. I’m now questioning the people who purchased the album making it No. 1 in the album chart.
i am 45709 - Mind blowing
It’s perfect (that word needs redefining for this album) nothing will ever be as perfect/brilliant/amazing as this.
Now all open your third eye
smnajem - The best thing to happen in 2019
The best thing to happen in 2019
LDR fan 420 - where are the hijacks?
i see hundreds of reviews from tool fans claiming LDR fans are hijacking the reviews, but i spend ages scrolling through and can only see two and one of them is clearly a joke? tool are number 1, what more do you want? anyway go listen to NFR
Brehhdjejj - Awesome
It brings me joy to see a band like tool get up there with all the trashy pop artists
MaxJ84 - Astounding
Tool have done it again. A truly epic album, worthy of their other masterpieces. Definitely worth the wait for such a powerful album. Left me in tears. Well done lads. Hope we don’t have to wait quite as long next time.
Ordeal By Goat - its a grower this one.... but it is amazing
Utterly amazing album, don't make your decision based on one or 2 listens, each time you put it on there is more & more that reveals itself, so much going on in Tools most prog record to date... Pneuma, Invicible, Descending & 7empest are just out of this world when you strat to break down the layers.... a musical onion or is it a progressive trifle?
Their most mature release & after 13 years their most refined... flawless production, check the panning out as Dannny moves across the kit, you get to follow him.
In time this will be regarded as much of a classic as the others, we have been listening to them for so long the nostalgia mountain is huge, but this is a stunning & glorious piece of music, an album thats mean to be played from start to finish... its crack for any prog fan.
asfgggk - Masterpiece
Very Tool-y, a beautiful album that still after 8 listens gives me goosebumps. So many layers, details and with every listen I am uncovering something new. Pneuma might have to be one of the most beautiful metal tracks ever written.
Haters be gone.
MBBarlow - sounds like
epic album will take a good few plays to get through sounds like pink floods division bell in parts is there a floyd fan in the band
ya boi 123456789013 - Better than LDR
Like a lot better
Bla Bheinn - Sublime genius
Thank you Tool...
lateralus2001 - Wonderful progressive composition
Tool showing why they have so much praise yet again
BazilShep - A truly liberating, epic masterpiece.
This album is long, not easy to listen to on its first go and will probably be a bit of a grower. But then again if all the best albums are the ones that develop and grow on you, then this is an absolute masterpiece of how to write engaging, emotive and at times indulgent rock. There is no band that sound like them and if you want to expand your musical education further than the bland sound like everyone else music that is in the charts, then get into this band and liberate yourself. There’s a very good reason that it’s riding at the top of the charts.
BasaiDai964 - Worth the wait
This album is everything I have been waiting for.
panchourddanmanyoolfan - The more I listen the better it gets.
Like pretty much all tool albums the more you listen. The more you hear. The better they get. I’d just like to take this opportunity to say, gutted Lana. You should have released your album a week earlier.
Azacar - They’re back
samlwg - Invincible!
It’s a shame the LDR fans have decided to (bitterly) hijack the reviews of what is a really a great album. Invincible, Descending and 7empest are all incredible and FI does not disappoint!
KyBlue13 - In love with it..
It seems the review section is full of trolls and moaners- hush now guys.
I’ve been a Tool fan for years, and I anxiously awaited this and was really excited to buy and give it a listen and it didn’t disappoint. It is Tool all over, it has little reminders of albums past too- ‘Pneuma’ for me vibes a little bit like Schism, and there are hints of ‘Jambi’ and ‘Wings for Marie’ instrumentally throughout the album. But it’s also new, beautifully put together and Maynard’s lyrical honey vocals really tie it together that all in all make for a very thoughtful, intrinsically gorgeous album.
Ben Jeffes - Perfect
ciarianabb - Pretty dam good
Pathetic Lana del ray and Taylor swift fans getting but hurt that something that isnt generic bland pop music is trending. Get a life
Patroller - Overlong
...I mean, it’s not ‘Before The Applause’ is it!
another-taken-username1234567 - Worth of wait!
13 years of waiting worth of every flipping drum beat! Absolutely masterpiece!
oli slaughter - finally
difficult to digest and review after only 24hrs, but it is clear that a huge amount of work and musician ship has gone into the making of this record. 13 years later there is still not another band on the planet that sound like tool. i for one, am glad they’re back.
d1ldo - Just great!
Just a great album, great tool riffs
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