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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Life Altering, But $160 Used?????? May 28 2004
Format:Audio CD
Everybody knows that anything Maynard touches is gold, and that Salival is spectacular as are all Tool releases, but I cannot believe that some sellers have the audacity to ask for $160-$260 for this box set. I've never even paid $160 for Tool tickets, let alone a used box set of theirs. You're much better off trying your luck at Best Buy or a local used cd store, and I know for a fact that Barnes & Noble carries this box set in their stores for no more than $40 (I used to work there and sell this quite often!) I just had to share that with fellow Maynardologists, do not get sucked into buying this box set at such a ridiculous price!!
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2.0 out of 5 stars Too much, For too little May 26 2004
Format:Audio CD
I would consider myself a pretty big Tool fan, I own all there albums and I've seen them live in concert and I must say they are one of the best bands in the world. Thinking that because Salival is no longer sold that I should jump at the chance to get my hands on it, but I was wrong. The CD includes 8 tracks that I personally do not find worth the price, and the DVD has 5 videos, witch I will say I enjoyed, but it is just not worth the price, you pay so much and get so little.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Think for yourself and get this box set!! Oct. 22 2002
Format:Audio CD
"Think for yourself, question authority" is the way Timothy Leary starts off the first song of the CD from this amazing box set. Tool are one of the most amazing bands I've ever heard and are one of my favorite. What makes them unique is that they don't follow trends or formulas. Rather, they continue to push the creative threshold of hard rock and remain one of the more original hard rock bands of today. Lead singer Maynard James Keenan has one of the most powerful and unique sounding voices in Rock music. Their dark, aggresive sound and distrubing lyrics are indestinguishable and stand out amongst all this silly "New Metal" and "Rap Metal" that is so prevalent today.
Many of the band members posess talent that stretches beyond making music. Guitarist Adam Jones worked as a set designer on many big budget Hollywood films before he joined Tool and he still does all the artwork for the albums and creates all of their distrubing videos. The packaging is really really nice on this set. The DVD and CD come in a nice album that features some photos of the band playing live as well as some portraits. There are also some stills from each of the videos on the DVD.
The DVD menu is a little tricky at first but once you get the hang of it you won't be disappointed. Their dark and disturbing videos to Stinkfist, Aenema, Prison Sex and the classic Sober are all included and are in Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround. Also included is the first video the band ever made and is the only video where all the band members appear. The sound on the videos is pretty good except for Aenema which tends to have too much reverb and sort of gets drowned out.
The CD has some great songs and showcases just how powerful the band is live.
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3.0 out of 5 stars For the Fans (3.5 STARS) March 25 2002
Format:Audio CD
"Think for yourself. Question authority...."
And so starts yet another successful outing from one of history's greatest bands. Tool's "Salival" (the name being derived from the diehards' nervous anticipation for the release of what would be "Lateralus" the next year) is much different than most band's live CD's or B-sides albums. And for that matter, much MUCH different than any other band's video catalogue; but therein lies the band's appeal and mysticism that has been attracting fans for ten fascinating years. But "Salival's" diversity and strangeness also make it more of a fan commodity than something that would appeal to the world at large (argueably because the world simply doesn't "get it"). This is not the disc that you will be handing your friend to introduce him or her to Tool. But for the faithful followers, this is quite a rewarding box set.
The DVD includes the four grotesque and symbolic Tool videos, something that hasn't been available to buy prior. The videos are mostly the brain-child of the multi-talented guitarist of the band, Adam Jones, who directed and created most of the scenes. "Prison Sex" puts to animation the painful story of Maynard's childhood abuse in chilling detail, while "Aenema" demonstrates symbols of God, psychological circumstances, and self-rigor. None of the videos displays Tools overall theme of realization better than the "Sober" video. Even though this was the eventual breakthrough for the band back in 1993, few stuck around to read into the message. The video showcases an old man in a desperate search for something the turns out to be sheerly imagined. And finally, "Stinkfist" is probably the most bizarre, revolting, unsettling, but insightful videos ever made.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great visuals to go along with wonderful songs. Jan. 12 2002
Format:Audio CD
Salival is a great box set from one of the best bands of all time. TooL is probably one of the most influental bands, with a staying power that is not too common in bands today. There are two great "gifts" that come along with this box set, a cd, and a video/dvd (depending on which version you get).
The has about 8 songs on it, some of them live, some of them new, and others that are reconstructions of old songs. With a trademark hidden song at the end of the cd, it is definately a cd to add to your TooL collection. The songs are full of TooL's best, with great lyrics complete with Maynard's wonderful voice.
The dvd/video has 4 videos on it, two from songs on "aenima" and two from songs on "undertow". The videos are "Prison sex", and "sober" (from undertow). And "stinkfist" and "aenima" (from Aenima). The videos are complete with TooL's strange cinematic characters, complete with strange little dolls, defigured humanoids, and puppetronics that rivel Jim Henson's muppets.
This is definately a must needed addition to anyone's TooL collection. The vidoes are great, the music is great, making it well worth the money to buy it.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Third Eye Live... 1 word... Perfect...
I was very impressed by this album. The price is higher due to its rarity. The flow of music is very strict and different of a typical tool album. The DVD is a bonus. Read more
Published on Feb. 20 2004
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4.0 out of 5 stars Tool good, jimmy bad
Can't be five stars, because there isn't anything new here. But the fact the shizzy is live and you get a brief but welcome glimpse into the dark machine of these mad... Read more
Published on Aug. 12 2003
5.0 out of 5 stars Tool is rad
On the cover of the cd is a small grey square. If you lick it, you will trip. Theres a small hit of acid on it. Try likcing it, wait an hour and then watch the dvd. Enjoy. Oh.. Read more
Published on Aug. 3 2003 by jimmy
5.0 out of 5 stars The evolution of TOOL as a band
This CD/DVD shows how TOOL has changed from 1997 up to 2001 and the diffrence has been outrageous. I myself have been an extreme TOOL fan for the past years and this CD is proof of... Read more
Published on May 20 2003 by Greg...Menefee...
4.0 out of 5 stars Gimme more
The audio CDs great, offering live stuff, cover versions and various things. Its a real must have for any Tool Fan. The DVD however, is a bit of a let down. Read more
Published on April 22 2003 by James N. R. Goad
5.0 out of 5 stars Salival is an understatement.
Tool fans salivated with anticipation of the release of this magnificent work. The were not disappointed at its release. Read more
Published on April 3 2003 by James
5.0 out of 5 stars Salival-the best of unheard Tool
Salival demonstraits the prolific and creative forces that shine thru Tool, as well as the limitless extents that the band is willing to explore in order to evolve their art and... Read more
Published on Feb. 11 2003 by "playedspades2"
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I love tool. their songs are the best I ever heard in 10 years. the should be awarded for a grammy. my favorite song is the eulogy, H, and third eye. Read more
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