On May 2, 2006, revered LA metallers Tool released their critically-acclaimed album, 10,000 Days. Their first record in five years, it was a towering showcase of a band committed to making challenging, progressive music – replete with lyrics coursing with intelligence, spiritual inquisitiveness and even wry humour – and still attaining the kind of success normally reserved for pop and hip-hop acts.
Upon release, 10,000 Days hit the No.1 spot on the US album charts and No.4 in the UK ...
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