TOOL // OPIATE - CD
RELEASE DATE: 08/01/2003
The first official release from Tool, Opiate was the EP that helped to put the band on the map.
Released in early 1992, the record was the product of two years of performances from the group, and featured a number of tracks that were re-recorded from their demo tape, along with a pair of live tracks which have never seen a studio release.
Featuring less of the progressive-rock sound that would appear on the band’s later releases, the heavy tunes cover a lot of ground, discussing themes like religion, while ‘Hush’ protests censorship within the music world.
Released as a single, ‘Hush’ is also the only official music video from the group to feature appearances from the band members in a typical fashion.
- Part Of Me
- Cold and Ugly (Live)
- Jerk-Off (Live)
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