https://www.amazon.com/Lateralus-Tool/dp/B00005B36H/ref=sr_1_1?s=music&ie=UTF8&qid= [PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN] &sr=1-1&keywords=tool+lateralus
Everything about Tool's fourth album (2001) is an experience, starting with the packaging, which consists of liner credits printed on a translucent plastic sleeve over the CD and a booklet that layers anatomical representations atop one another--the first page pictures musculature and blood vessels; the next, bones; the third, internal organs; and so on. It's worth describing the packaging of Lateralus because it says much about the astonishing music within.
https://www.amazon.com/Tool-Salival-Maynard-James-Keenan/dp/B00005A97H/ref=sr_1_3?s=music&ie=UTF8&qid= [PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN] &sr=1-3&keywords=tool+salival
One disc of this deluxe two-disc set serves up 74 minutes (eight songs) of live material and outtakes; the other offers a DVD (in Surround 5.1) of Tool's four grotesquely artistic videos, plus the bonus clip, "Hush," from their 1992 Opiate EP. Although there's little that's new here, it's put together with as much intensity and attention to detail as the quartet's other releases.