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Sad

I am a huge fan of tool, and have enjoyed A Perfect Circle, but as others have stated this is pathetic. I was excited to buy the new album, but really disappointed to see it has every song I have owned for years with the exception of the new one, and I can't buy the new one. Whoever came up with this scam obviously doesn't understand the intellect of the fans of this band. Definite no buy for me.

The Perfectionist

Love the music, especially the live versions, just immensely disappointed to have to buy an album full of songs I already own to get one song I don't have yet! Where's the justice in that?

Seriously?...

I had higher hopes for a band like this.

Biography

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Formed by Tool vocalist Maynard James Keenan and former Tool guitar tech Billy Howerdel, A Perfect Circle is an extension of the alt-metal-fused-with-art rock style popularized by Tool in the early to mid-'90s. While similar to Tool in intensity and melancholy, A Perfect Circle is less dark and more melodic, with a theatrical, ambient quality that incorporates occasional strings and unusual instrumentation. After the release of Ænima in 1996, Tool found themselves in the midst of an extended legal...
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