Box set by Tool
December 12, 2000
1992 - 1998:
Studio tracks recorded in 1995-1996 at: The Lodge,
Hollywood, California, Ocean Way, Hollywood, California Live songs recorded at:
Salt Lake City, UT, Portland, OR, San Diego, CA, Denver, CO
Progressive metal, progressive rock, alternative metal
Volcano Entertainment II / Tool Dissectional
is a limited edition Salival box set in CD/ VHS and CD/ DVD formats released in 2000 by American rock band Tool. It includes a 56-page book of photos and stills from their music videos.
Content [ edit ]
The 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 recorded for the soundtrack of , but Tool subsequently decided against allowing it to be used, leading to criticism from Private Parts Howard Stern, who had previously endorsed the band. .
"Message to Harry Manback II", "No Quarter", and "LAMC" were recorded during the sessions for Ænima though they were slightly re-recorded before being released on Salival.
Packaging [ edit ]
The front of the booklet included with the package has a small glossy square on its front. Live versions of "Pushit" and "Third Eye" (both from the
album ) appear on this box set. The song "Merkaba" was originally the instrumental intro for the song " Ænima Sober" when played live. "Merkaba" is a reference to new age meditation practice. [8 ]
Upon initial release, a sticker on the cover announced that the "new studio album" would be released on April 17, 2001, Maynard's birthday, though it was ultimately pushed back a month.
Rumors and leaks [ edit ]
As with other releases, there were rumors during the
Salival period. Most notably, the band was said to be breaking up. [9 ] [10 ] Maynard James Keenan said, "we mentioned some song titles and some dickhead went out and reserved all of the .com and .org names." [11 ]
Track listing [ edit ]
All songs by
Carey, Chancellor, Jones, and Keenan, unless otherwise noted.
"Part of Me"
"Message to Harry Manback II"
You Lied" ( Peach cover; live) Simon Oakes
No Quarter" ( Led Zeppelin cover)
Page, Plant, Jones 11:12
(Includes the hidden track "Maynard's Dick")
Personnel [ edit ]
Additional musicians [ edit ]
Album typos [ edit ]
The first pressings of
Salival contain typographical errors, as well as the VHS edition having red tape. Later editions do not have these typos.
Aloke Dutta and Paul D'Amour's names are misspelled as
Aloke Dutto and Paul D'Mour. "Stinkfist" is listed as "Stink Fist."
"Message to Harry Manback II" is spelled "
" Messege to Harry Manback II. The playing order of the videos on the VHS are listed in reverse chronological order.
The track ordering of "Merkaba" and "You Lied" is incorrect.
Chart position [ edit ]
References [ edit ]
^ "Salival Reviews, Ratings, Credits, and More at Metacritic". Metacritic . Retrieved . 24 April 2012
^ Phares, Heather. "Salival - Tool [CD/VHS]". Allmusic. Retrieved 23 August 2004.
^ Phares, Heather. "Salival - Tool". Allmusic. Retrieved 23 August 2004.
^ Ward, Simon P. (26 February 2001). "Tool - 'Salival' (Music for Nations)". Dotmusic. Archived from the original on 8 June 2001 . Retrieved . 9 October 2012
^ Kot, Greg (15 February 2001). "Salival by Tool". Rolling Stone. Retrieved 23 August 2004.
^ Graff, Gary. "Wall of Sound Review: Salival". Wall of Sound. Archived from the original on 23 January 2001 . Retrieved . 9 October 2012
^ Kline, Scott (17 October 2002). "Breslin hosts heavier sound". The State News . Retrieved . 9 April 2007
^ Osegueda, Mike (22 November 2002). "Tool tops weekend menu.". The Fresno Bee . Retrieved . 9 April 2007
^ "Is anyone listening?". . 5 May 2006. p. 1 The Age . Retrieved . 18 January 2008
External links [ edit ]