TOOL - Ænima album wiki, reviews
Artist:   TOOL
Album Name:   Ænima
Genre:   Metal
Relase:   02 August 2019
Tracks:   15
Country:   USA

Ænima (TOOL) Album Songs

Song TitleTime
1.Stinkfist 5:11
2.Eulogy 8:27
3.H. 6:07
4.Useful Idiot 0:38
5.Forty Six & 2 6:04
6.Message to Harry Manback 1:53
7.Hooker with a Penis 4:33
8.Intermission 0:55
9.Jimmy 5:24
10.Die Eier von Satan 2:17
11.Pushit 9:55
12.Cesaro Summability 1:26
13.Ænema 6:39
14.(-) Ions 4:00
15.Third Eye13:49

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Ænima (TOOL) Album Comments

Ænima (TOOL) Album Reviews

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  • Jaytona Beach

    5 stars
    Best Album of All Time. This album changed my life. Can’t believe they are finally on iTunes. Spiral out, keep going
  • Munkie =)

    5 stars
    All time greatest. All time greatest Tool album.
  • RadioHab

    5 stars
    People Will Be Listening To This 300 Years From Now. This is an album that can not be ignored or dismissed as just another metal album. It's so much more than that. It's extraordinary. It's worthy of your time and study. If you're fairly new to music this heavy, start here, then listen to everything else. Read the lyrics. Listen loud. It's excellent therapy.
  • rojageez

    5 stars
    My favorite album. Ænima is my fave
  • Droceankiddd

    5 stars
    The best.. No question. THIS is their masterpiece, not the new crap. Buy this one, Undertow, Lateralus, even 10,000 days has spectacular tracks on it. But this is far and away the best TOOL album.
  • Mr Blonde1985

    5 stars
    2nd Best Tool Album behind Lateralus. Raw. Disturbing. Dynamic. Heavy. One of the greats
  • Massif Dustbin

    5 stars
    GOAT Status. When this album was released, in the 90’s, it took me at least 5 listens to understand what my band mates were on about; there was simply too much information to digest immediately. Ænima rewards investigation and understanding of what is happening musically, and lyrically, like very few albums that have ever been recorded. A slow burner, in retrospect Ænima was the perfect introduction to polyrhythms and uncommon time signatures, as most of the tunes are based in 4/4 and rooted by visceral, tribal, chest-thumping grooves. The sum of the humor, wit, protest, and confirmation of sentiments regarding the LA experience (except for the Baked Potato!) is one of the greatest albums that has ever been recorded, and one that continually rewards upon each new listen. If it doesn’t hit you right away, or if the content seems mindlessly disparaging, give it time and look closer and you might find one of the more thoughtful and uplifting albums to emerge from the three ring circus sideshow.
  • volcanogrl9

    5 stars
    My favorite album. If I was stranded on a desert island and could pick one album to listen to for the rest of eternity, this would be it. This is the album that made me fall in love with TOOL. Some people will never forget where they were when Kennedy was assassinated, some people will never forget where they were on 9/11, I will never forget where I was the first time I heard 46&2.
  • charleschuggles

    5 stars
    Takes me back. This album ruled my high school years. It's still great. Better than almost anything new in that last two decades plus. Get this album, and then get the rest of them too. I'm getting the entire collection even though I already have all the albums on cd.
  • moyval2474

    5 stars
    Masterpiece of 90’s Alternative/Prog Metal. 10/10 Album. Wish I could experience hearing it for the first time again.

TOOL - Ænima Album Wiki

Ænima ( AH-ni-mə) is the second studio album by American rock band Tool. It was released in vinyl format on September 17, 1996, and in compact disc format on October 1, 1996 through Zoo Entertainment. The album was recorded and cut at Ocean Way, Hollywood and The Hook, North Hollywood from 1995 to 1996. The album was produced by David Bottrill. The album debuted at No. 2 on the Billboard 200 chart upon its initial release, selling 148,000 copies in its first week. It was certified triple platinum by the RIAA on March 4, 2003. The album appeared on several lists of the best albums of 1996, including that of Kerrang! and Terrorizer. The title track won the Grammy Award for Best Metal Performance in 1998. In 2003, Ænima was ranked the sixth most influential album of all time by Kerrang! Rolling Stone listed the album at No. 18 on its list of The 100 Greatest Metal Albums of All Time..