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    Posted: 06 Oct 2019 at 5:06pm
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I need to listen to this before I see them live next month
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Nope it's just the same with gaming with people saying they'll buy games on Epic because they can't wait for them and then buy them on Steam as well. 
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Delaying a standard physical release also increases the numbers choosing to buy two copies, i.e. digital followed by CD/LP. Or am I being cynical?
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I expect they will eventually release a normal CD and maybe a vinyl edition (because that's a popular market they're just ignoring right now), but who knows when that will be? I doubt they'd do it until demand for the £80 version has dried up. 
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I can live without it. Certainly not paying £80 and digital doesn't interest me. Sooner or later a standard version will probably be released then I might get it.
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When a fan will drop £80 (or more) to own one album, you know they're going to be deaf to any kind of criticism, Patrick. 

Personally I have nothing against Tool. I own Anima (a gift from the same friend who just paid all that money for Fear Inoculum) but it's not an album I listen to with any frequency. In fact I'm not sure it's been out of the case more than twice at most. But if I was a bigger fan of them I would be majorly pissed off after 13 years if they come along and said the only way I could own their long awaited new album was digital or drop £80 on the CD. 
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I keep getting slammed for calling them pretentious. I think this proves my point.Approve
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I admit it's a nice collector's item...but making their fans wait 13 years for a new album and then only releasing the physical as an £80 CD? I think they're well out of line. Anyone who buys it is just paying for fancy bells and whistles while the CD itself sits in a flimsy cardboard slipcase loose inside the main product. I guess there is digital but personally (even though I had no intention of buying this or even any desire to hear it) I would not support this on principle. 
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^ You beat me to it Adam. Just edited my post above.
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I looked it up. There is no vinyl as far as I can see and there is no 'normal' CD. Only the £80 deluxe, which a lot of people are asking even more for.

He showed me the CD when I saw him yesterday. You're basically paying for packaging with a built in video player. 
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Originally posted by adg211288 adg211288 wrote:

My mate just dropped £80 on this. Apparently that's the normal price for the CD according to him. That right? Seems well out of line of them if so. I am not that big on Tool but I would say fuck off to even Blind Guardian for that price. 

I doubt that very much, very few people would shell out £80 for a CD. 

Strange that their advert in the music mags doesn't mention a vinyl version. I wonder if they're not going to release it in that format?

Oh wait, hadn't realized this - there's a bit more to it than simply a CD. This is what it says on Amazon so £80 sounds right....

Fear Inoculum is the long awaited new album from TOOL, and the band’s first new album in 13 years. The album will be available digitally, and in a special Limited Edition physical package that includes a CD in a tri-fold Soft Pack Video Brochure featuring a 4” HD rechargeable screen with exclusive video footage, a USB charging cable, a 2 watt speaker and a 30 page insert book and MP3 download card.


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^The price of Fear Inoculum in the brazilian version of Google Play it's equivalent to £5!
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My mate just dropped £80 on this. Apparently that's the normal price for the CD according to him. That right? Seems well out of line of them if so. I am not that big on Tool but I would say fuck off to even Blind Guardian for that price. 
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Tool and Neurosis suffer from the same problem: too comfortable with the styles they created.


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Still unavailable on CD or vinyl. Thought they may have had a repress by now.
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^ LOL

Didn't mean it quite like that! I read that the new Tool album was going to knock Cyrus off top album charts.

I actually like the album but as  you probably have noticed my musical attention span is quite diverse and i don't have enough hours in my life to take in every possibl album.

The new album doesn't offer anything new to the Tool paradigm but still is an enjoyable album and those who have a major following of this band won't be disappointed. 

Personally i like to see some growth after this long of a break between albums.
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Originally posted by siLLy puPPy siLLy puPPy wrote:

Wow. Looks like i listened to the album on YouTube before it got taken down. 

I listened to the entire thing last night whereas before only tracks.

While it is certainly my least favortie out of the canon and hardly worth the long wait,

it's not that bad either. 

Tool is a hypnotic sort of band kind of like a metal version of German Krautrock

There are some excellent tracks on this new album but i think there are a few that are rather meh as well

Nevertheless the album will sell mass quantitites and i'll take this over Mylie Cyrus any day :D
If you put it that way, I guess I´ll take the new Tool album too LOL
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote siLLy puPPy Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 05 Sep 2019 at 8:01am
Wow. Looks like i listened to the album on YouTube before it got taken down. 

I listened to the entire thing last night whereas before only tracks.

While it is certainly my least favortie out of the canon and hardly worth the long wait,

it's not that bad either. 

Tool is a hypnotic sort of band kind of like a metal version of German Krautrock

There are some excellent tracks on this new album but i think there are a few that are rather meh as well

Nevertheless the album will sell mass quantitites and i'll take this over Mylie Cyrus any day :D
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