|3||Third Eye (Live)|
Synthesizer – Vince De Franco
|4||You Lied (Live)|
Guitar [Second] – King BuzzoWritten-By – Durling, Chancellor, James, Oakes
|5||Part Of Me (Live)||3:32|
Written-By – Jimmy Page, John Paul Jones, Robert Plant
|8||Messege To Harry Manback II|
Keyboards – David Bottrill
Bass – Paul D'Mour
Tabla [Acoustic] – Aloke Dutto
Bass – Paul D'Mour
- Art Direction – Adam Jones
- Artwork [Art] – Cam De Leon, Chet Zar
- CGI Artist – Screaming Lobster.com
- Design, Layout – Mackie Osborne
- Engineer – David Bottrill (tracks: CD-4, CD-7, CD-8, DVD-3, DVD-4), Sylvia Massy (tracks: DVD-1, DVD-2)
- Mastered By – Eddy Schreyer
- Mixed By – David Bottrill (tracks: CD-1 to CD-8, DVD-3, DVD-4), Ron St. Germain (tracks: DVD-1, DVD-2)
- Performer [Tool Is] – Adam Jones, Danny Carey, Justin Chancellor, Maynard James Keenan
- Photography By – Sid Kato, SpiralEyes.com
- Producer – David Bottrill (tracks: CD-4, CD-7, CD-8, DVD-3, DVD-4), Sylvia Massy (tracks: DVD-1, DVD-2), Tool
- Technician [Live Sound] – Pete Reidling, Roland Oliver
- Written-By – Adam Jones (tracks: CD-1 to CD-4, CD-6, CD-8 to DVD-5), Danny Carey (tracks: CD-1 to CD-4, CD-6, CD-8 to DVD-5), Justin Chancellor (tracks: CD-1, CD-4, CD-6, CD-8, DVD-3, DVD-4), Maynard James Keenan (tracks: CD-1 to CD-4, CD-6, CD-8 to DVD-5), Paul Damour (tracks: CD-2, CD-3, DVD-1, DVD-2, DVD-5)
HinweiseOriginal pressing with typographical errors.
Subsequent pressings corrected the errors.
• Paul D'Amour is spelled either Paul Damour or Paul D'Mour.
• Aloke Dutta is spelled Aloke Dutto
• "Stinkfist" is spelled "Stink Fist".
• "Message To Harry Manback II" is spelled with Messege.
• Tracks 5 and 6 on the CD are switched around on in the liner notes (they are correct in the list below).
• King Buzzo is incorrectly credited as performing on "No Quarter".
Track 8b on the CD is a hidden track that follows after 25 seconds of silence and is not listed in the liner notes.
Track DVD-5 is not listed on the artwork.
All songs published by Toolshed Music/EMI Virgin Music (ASCAP) except:
Published by Superhype Publishing, Inc. (ASCAP)
Published by Warner Chappell Music (ASCAP)
Dr. Timothy Leary Excerpt From "How To Operate Your Brain" appears Courtesy of RetinaLogic.
Studio Tracks Recorded At
The Lodge, Hollywood, California
Ocean Way, Hollywood, California
Live Songs Recorded At
Salt Lake City, UT
San Diego, CA
Mixed at Larrabee Sound North, North Hollywood, California
Mastered at Oasis, Studio City, California
℗&© 2000 Tool Dissectional, L.L.C. / Volcano Entertainment II, L.L.C.
Manufactured in the United States by Zomba Recording Corporation.
Printed in the United States.
- Barcode: 6 1422-31159-2 4
- Matrix / Runout (DVD Matrix): CMCA L807 7464 TOOLR1 O01115-05 D
- Matrix / Runout (CD Matrix): L806 7464 22311582R M01115-09 A
- Other (DVD Catalog Number): 61422-31159-2 DVD
- Other (CD Catalog Number): 61422-31158-2 VHS
- Other (DVD Mould SID Code): IFPI 2F79
- Other (CD Mould SID Code): IFPI 2F60
- Manufactured By – Zomba Recording Corporation
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Tool Dissectional, L.L.C.
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Volcano Entertainment II, L.L.C.
- Copyright (c) – Tool Dissectional, L.L.C.
- Copyright (c) – Volcano Entertainment II, L.L.C.
- Published By – Toolshed Music
- Published By – EMI Virgin Music
- Published By – Superhype Music, Inc.
- Published By – Warner/Chappell
- Recorded At – The Lodge
- Recorded At – Ocean Way Recording
- Mixed At – Larrabee North
- Mastered At – Oasis Mastering
Kurzes IntroIt includes a 56-page book of photos and stills from their music videos. The live track You Lied is a cover of a song by bass player Justin Chancellor's previous band Peach. The cover of Led Zeppelin's No Quarter was originally planned to be used for the soundtrack to Private Parts, but Tool subsequently decided against allowing it to be used, leading. Released December 12, 2000. Salival Tracklist. Third Eye Live Ft. Listen free to Tool Salival Ænema, Stinkfist and more. 13 tracks 98:39. Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with . David Moody. Tool salival album. As the box set has now been out of print for some time, it can only be found secondhand, usually at a price disproportionate to its original recommended retail price as it has become coveted by collectors. As VHS has now become all but obsolete, the DVD version tends to retail for a higher price as it is in higher demand. Tool performs in the music video Hush from the album Opiate recorded for Zoo Entertainment. The the black and white music video features shots of four naked men. One of the men slowly. This videoDVD accompanyment to the CD boxed set Salival features all of the metal band Tool's videos through 2000, including the videos for Prison Sex, Sober, AEnima, & Stinkfist. Take two, because YouTube sucks. These are all different recordings from what appears on the official Salival album. True fact, I hated No Quarter until - Salival review: Tool makes this box set more than just your typical live performance by enhancing their own songs as well as bettering others bands' songs. Let me fill you in on Salival. This album was released prior to Lateralus and therefore only contains pre-Lateralus songs. It is said that its called Salival because the fans were salivating with anticipation over Tools next full length album. Lucky for us Tool didnt decide to slap simple live versions of the first ten songs they could think of. No they decided to put some unreleased material on here to help make it a truly new experience. Along with the new songs they changed up a fan favorite, Pu . Audio from the music videos on Tool's album Salival in 5. Exact times are forgotten, but the tracklist is: Intro. After a four-year hiatus, Tool returns with the elaborately packaged Salival set, which includes a 70-minute CD of previously unreleased live and studio material, a 56-page book of photos and video stills, and a DVD collection of the group's impressive stop-motion videos
Bezogen auf die Tool - Salival
Price Mitchell - Seems Like I Can't Live With You But I Can't Live Without You
Billy Paul - I've Got So Much To Live For
Paul McCartney - Coming Up (Live At Glasgow)
Paul Weller - Friday Street (A Heavy Soul EP)
Major Herrin - Gal A Live Good Live
Paul Young - Wherever I Lay My Hat
Led Zeppelin - Live At Fillmore West, 1969
Led Zeppelin - Led Zeppelin II
Led Zeppelin - Physical Graffiti
The Firm - Mean Business