Opiate / The Gaping Lotus Experience is a 1992 EP by Tool. It was the band’s first release since 1991’s Undertow. The title track is a distorted, psychedelic rock song that has a unique, unmistakable sound. It has been compared to The Beatles’ “White Album,” though it is far from that.
“Opiate” is the first single to be taken from the band’s debut EP, released in 1992. The song was produced by Sylvia Massy at Sound City Studios. Although it was never released as a single, it has been one of the band’s most popular tracks since the group formed in 1989. The song also includes the hidden track “The Gaping Lotus Experience.”
“Opiate” has been a staple of Tool’s concert sets since its release. In 1994, the song was played back-to-back with the album’s lead single, “Flood”. By 1996, the song was regularly played as the penultimate track in live shows. The track was dedicated to Timothy Leary on multiple occasions, and Maynard James Keenan has also dedicated it to Paul D’Amour.
“Opiate” is the band’s biggest hit, and has remained on Tool’s setlists since it was released in 1992. It was even the band’s first music video in fifteen years, though it never got released as a single. The song is one of Tool’s most recognizable early tracks and has a special place on “Fear Inoculum.”
“Opiate” is the title track of Tool’s debut EP. It was recorded at Sound City Studios in 1991 and produced by guitarist Adam Jones. Although it was not released as a single, it is one of the most famous early Tool songs. Unlike “Flood”, it never made it to the Top Ten, but it became one of the band’s most popular songs.
“Opiate” is a Tool song from their debut EP Fear Inoculum. It was recorded at Sound City Studios in 1991, but it wasn’t released as a single. In the meantime, the band has released an Opiate2 visual companion on Blu-ray. It will be the band’s first music video in fifteen years, and the band has collaborated with visual artist Dominic Hailstone on the video. The song will also come with a 48-page art book and interviews.
‘Opiate’ is the band’s second EP. It’s the second track on the album. This is the band’s fourth album and is the second of two EPs. It was written by Maynard James Keenan and Paul D’Amour. Both songs were written and recorded in 1992. They are widely regarded as one of the best albums by Tool.
“Opiate” is a song by Tool. The song was released as the title track of the band’s debut EP. The album was recorded by Adam Jones at Sound City Studios in 1991. The song was not released as a single, but the EP’s title track is considered one of the band’s most popular songs. The album contains a hidden track called ‘The Gaping Lotus Experience’.
‘Opiate’ is one of Tool’s best known songs. It was released as the title track of the band’s Opiate EP in 1991. It was not released as a single and never reached the top of the Billboard chart. However, it is still one of the most popular songs by the band. ‘Opiate’ is the first Tool album and the band’s second EP, and is an acclaimed debut.