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Opiate Club - Oliloqui - Opiate Songs (Vinyl)

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  1. referencing Opiate, 12", EP, RE, , Great pressing, almost completely silent and crystal clear sound. This being Tools debut EP, they have less of a polished and refined sound than they do in their later albums, but it's still a must-listen for any Tool fan.
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Opiate on Discogs. Label: Volcano (2) - • Format: Vinyl 12 Tool - Opiate (Vinyl) | Discogs.
  3. Jun 12,  · The opiate withdrawal process can cause a lot of discomfort on the body, both physically and mentally. Aside from the anxiety, depression, and restless legs syndrome, some of the worst [ ] June 24, December 14, admin SymptomsMissing: Opiate Club.
  4. Background and recording. Opiate features seven songs spanning six tracks, two of which are live recordings. Most versions of the EP (all except the cassette) feature the hidden seventh song titled "The Gaping Lotus Experience". On CD versions, the song is hidden at the end of the last track of the album, "Opiate", and begins approximately 6 minutes and 10 seconds into the track after "Opiate.
  5. Aug 07,  · Gilda’s Club NYC, the non-profit organization for cancer patients and their families, has announced their seventh annual Ten Bands, One Cause lineup of pink vinyl releases in partnership with Missing: Oliloqui.
  6. Opiate. 1, likes. Opiate is an EP by American rock band Tool. It was produced and engineered by Sylvia Massy and former Minor Threat bassist Steve.
  7. Jones included clip of him messing around with “the distant Synth Melody”, as well as a link to a video of a live “Opiate” performance. Check out both below (via Alternative Nation.
  8. Oliloqui, Category: Artist, Singles: Opiate Songs, Top Tracks: Opiate Club, Opiate Dub, Electric Beats, Noise, Opiate Soul, Monthly Listeners: 3, Where People Listen: Sebastopol, Brunswick We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes.
  9. The last track off of Tool debut EP, and features Paul D'Amour on bass! The song is about the notion that "religion is the opiate of the masses". And like many other Tool songs - like "Rosetta Stoned", the title of the song is perfect. It took me a while to realize what the title of the song actually meant, until I thought about that quote.

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