LP / Vinyl Scans
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COVER SCAN

Side A:
  SOBER
PART OF ME
HUSH
CRAWL AWAY
JERK OFF
COLD & UGLY
<most likely demos>

Side B:
SPASM
<This is from the 10/10/1999 Coachella performance, cover of Justin Chancellor's old band "Peach", & it is a live AUD recording>
WRONG AWAY
<I love the spelling, yeah, this is actually the band SUBLIME & it is a live AUD recording>
COMFORTABLY NUMB
<This is a very rough demo of Roger Waters of Pink Floyd w/an acoustic guitar>
SILLY LOVE SONGS
<This is not Tool but a band called "The Replicants", MJK sang vocals on this, released in 1996>
NO QUARTER
<This is legit & is a demo of No Quarter by Led Zeppelin. There are 2 known versions or demos of the Tool version of this song; it is unkown which this is>

2008
FAKE VINYL

Album:
Parabol / "Rare Black Vinyl"
Label:   BOOTLEG PRESSING - Potentially MP3 Sourced

Album Notes:
Ok, I do not own this absolute piece of garbage BOOTLEG (and bad one at that), home-made vinyl pressings. Yep, bootleg vinyl pressings. With the advent of the Internet, file sharing, where vinyl bootleg pressings died in the early 1990's due to CD + cassette, they have now taken a comeback. This would be due to the fact that there are some collector's of a band that just want vinyl. There is something special about it. Unique, almost. The entire concept of vinyl. Well, the person or persons who manufactured this have absolutely no idea what the fuck they are doing. Side A? Side A would definitely be either the demo's or something live - I go with the demo's, that's my guess. Side B? Well, Side B is something to make you drool - as in spit up your beer or shake with disgust. Side B has to be various stuff *downloaded* via the Internet in the early 2000's. I remember, I was there, DLing with Napster. I remember the file names - all of Side B & I would bet money Side A were floating around on Napster which would indicate that this vinyl is MP3 sourced. Can you believe that? What the hell - I cannot think of a worst Bootleg LP. Please see below for comments about each track on Side B. All I can say is that this album (almost exclusively floating around for sale in Europe) is evidence that a fool & his/her money are soon departed. Do not ever waste your money on this. Sure enough, people on eBay sell these & people on eBay buy them for around $50+ each. Can you believe that?

 

 

       

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