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  • Audio CD (6 April 1993)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Explicit Lyrics, Import
  • Label: Vocalion
  • ASIN: B000000993
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  Vinyl
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (20 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 15,037 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Intolerance
2. Prison Sex
3. Sober
4. Bottom
5. Crawl Away
6. Swamp Song
7. Undertow
8. 4 Degrees
9. Flood
10. Unknown
11. Unknown
12. Unknown
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By "setnakht4" on 19 Dec 2000
Format: Audio CD
....bettered only by the one that followed it, 'Aenima', in my opinion. This is a seminal album, and one that no-one had expected after their debut release 'Opiate'. This album is awesome and so atmospheric. On this one the band really set out their musical and lyrical agenda, and stake out the territory that they have claimed as their own. It contains all you need - great noisy music, mindblowing lyrics, fantastic musicianship, a truly great cover, and a touch of Henry Rollins (okay, you probably don't need this!). It's hard to write objectively about Tool without sounding like their PR man, but they are just so cool. In a way they are anti-stars, leading us up blind alleys and dark cul-de-sacs in order to encourage us to think for ourselves. Every Tool album should come with a pinch of salt - believe nothing they tell us, and they're right, of course, but this not really the right forum for that sort of discussion. Suffice to say that Tool are a breath of fresh air.
If you only buy two albums in your life, make this the second, after 'Aenima'!
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16 of 19 people found the following review helpful By G. D. Harding on 2 Jun 2003
Format: Audio CD
This was the first tool album I owned. At first I thought it was "good", but after you really listen to it you realise what a true masterpiece it really is. The whole album grows with you, each track compliments the others on the album. Melancholy lyrics combine with churning guitars, tight baselines and solid drum rhythm. I've heard this album referred to as progressive metal. It truely is. No bands from the nu-metal fold ome even close to the dark majecty that is tool. Listen to this album as a whole.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 5 Jan 2002
Format: Audio CD
Well guys (and girls) you know the score this is Tool after all. Could they ever produce anything not worthy of 5 stars. This album is no aenima but is a classic nonetheless. It is more brutal and primative. Yet more touching with songs such as crawl away and 8 degrees. An absolute must for any rock fan, you will not regret buying this cd.
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9 of 12 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 26 May 2003
Format: Audio CD
I think that without doubt that Undertow is by far the best album that Tool has ever brought out. There are some heavier tracks, followed by very melodic tracks in between. And there isn't one track that i dislike. I've liked Tool for more than 4 years now, and have purchased every album, and they just seem to be getting better and better i think that this one sum's up what Tool are all about.
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By Spiros on 12 Feb 2013
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
The first Tool CD. It is more straight than the others without so many "mind" songs. In my opinion one of the best CD's ever!!!!
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Format: Audio CD
I missed the Tool boat when they emerged in the 90's and have only just recently discovered them, I was surprised that they have released so few titles so instantly purchased them all and have spent the past few months listening to them and it is this CD that has remained in my CD player. It is not as lengthy or as complex as their later releases but it sows the seeds and shows signs of what was to come. The production is incredible, stripped down with very little over dubbing yet incredible powerful and heavy, but not over layered like later bands. The vocals are fairly low in the mix but are haunting and beautiful at the same time ("i have gone to great lengths to expand my threshold of pain")

Tool are from the punk / metal camp but are so much more than this with unusual time signatures, melodies, and technical prowess that doesn't show off.

This is a great album and deserves to be bought and replayed for each time something new is heard.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By "setnakht4" on 9 Jan 2001
Format: Vinyl
....bettered only by the one that followed it, 'Aenima', in my opinion. This is a seminal album, and one that no-one had expected after their debut release 'Opiate'. This album is awesome and so atmospheric. On this one the band really set out their musical and lyrical agenda, and stake out the territory that they have claimed as their own. It contains all you need - great noisy music, mindblowing lyrics, fantastic musicianship, a truly great cover, and a touch of Henry Rollins (okay, you probably don't need this!). It's hard to write objectively about Tool without sounding like their PR man, but they are just so cool. In a way they are anti-stars, leading us up blind alleys and dark cul-de-sacs in order to encourage us to think for ourselves. Every Tool album should come with a pinch of salt - believe nothing they tell us, and they're right, of course, but this not really the right forum for that sort of discussion. Suffice to say that Tool are a breath of fresh air.
If you only buy two albums in your life, make this the second, after 'Aenima'!
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12 of 17 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 26 April 2002
Format: Audio CD
If you're new to Tool, this record will sound like a masterpiece. It is so far ahead of most rock music today (and it was released 10 years ago!), God knows what it must have sounded like when first released. It expands on Opiate (released the year before) to such a degree, that it is hard to believe this is the same band. Unfortunately, with the releases of AEnima and Lateralus, this now sounds unfulfilling. It's best moments rank among Tool's brightest, but I don't think I've listened to this record start to finish in over a year. Sober, Prison Sex, Crawl Away and Undertow are timeless, but Bottom (featuring Henry Rollins) and rest of the album can be hard to listen to. The album closer, Disgustipated, is probably the most irritating of all Tool's segues. It lasts about 16 minutes, except ten of those are just white noise. It is worth buying, but pales in comparison to Aenima and Lateralus - two of the best albums ever.
Incidentally, the UK release of Undertow has about three minutes edited out. Thankfully, most of those came from Disgustipated. However, the opening section of Intolerance has been cut. The US version has about thirty seconds of what is rumoured to be a man drowning before the band start playing.
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