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Review written by: Matt Coffey (
Review posted on: 04/29/02 10:13:46 ET

This was this reviewer's 9th Tool show

Canberra Royal Theater, Australia 29th April 2002 Intro The Grudge (-) ions Stinkfist 46 & 2 Parabola Schism (extended middle with Osseus Labyrint) Undertow Merkaba (well, a bit anyway!) Sober Disposition/Reflection Parabol/Parabola Video Triad (w/ Dale from The Melvins & Osseus Labyrint). Opiate Lateralus Stunning!!!!!

Review written by: mr happy ( Review posted on: 04/29/02 10:17:41 ET

This was this reviewer's 4th Tool show

awesome show. awesome set. awesome band. every time its magic. possibly THE best ever performance of Stinkfist ever. people alway say how good the songs were played, and it's true but Stinkfist tonight was absolute perfection. Triad was great too, the froggies were quiet after Mark and Hanna finished their deal then Danny snuck unnoticed onto the stage and did a quick roll on the drums and my friend jumped and went "fuck!" it makes me think about how touched everyone is by Tool live. look at everyone here, everyone comes away with the positive experience and comes here and shares the joy of just witnessing this magical happening. and i wonder if Tool know they touch people like this. they would know to a degree i suppose but i wonder if they realise the extent of their music. at about 9.30 on tuesday i was listening to 4 Degrees and at about the same time in Newcastle Tool were probably playing it to the very happy people. that makes me kinda happy. makes me smile.

Review written by: Jmh ( Review posted on: 04/29/02 11:03:12 ET

This was this reviewer's 1st Tool show

Wow. They were just amazing. The setlist above looks pretty accurate. Maynard said a few things, just after either (-) ions or stinkfist he welcomes us and says "We are... Nsync" the croud cheered and they started off with the next song in which the croud cheered again, then started chanting "Nsync.. Nsync.. Nsync" He said other things, I can't remember exactly what it was but near the end he was talking about how everyone should think about what they are feeling at this very moment, and in a day, week or months time, use this feeling to be creative or productive. It was something along those lines, don't quote me. Near the end, he said the usual kind of goodbyes, it looked to be then end, until they started standing arounnd in a kind of semi-circle around danny's kit, facing him with their heads down. Then came on the familiar riff from lateralus and the crowd cheered. Lateralus was probably my favourite song for the night, it was a great ending. Especially just at the bit when it gets heavier.. the crowd went psycho. The melvins were alright, Nothing amazing, but were loud and the drumming was pretty cool. I was quite fortunate, getting there a few hours early and I was able to get an incredibly good position, on the floor right at the front row in the very center. It wasn't that big of a stage so I could see the band really clearly. During schism Osseus Labyrint came out, walking on all fours with their heads bobbing back and forth, completely nude. A guy in that position is not a good sight. They also came out during Triad, Doing various weird shapes witht heir bodys while hanging off a rope on the top of the stage. The drummer from the melvins also came out to do some drumming on some kind of weird drums, it really added a good drum beat with him and carrey together. Maynard whipped out his guitar during shism and triad too. He sat behind the screen during triad, with his shadow up against it. nice effect. He was very visible for the rest of the concert though, on his little stand. around the time of the parabola videoclip, I gave up my position to go around the second person from the front, which I found was much much better, (instead of being squahed against a metal fence you were squashed against other bodys. - but I could still see fine - thanks to my tallness) At the very end they threw some stuff out into the croud and I was lucky enough to catch a waterbottle that maynard threw out. Nice thing to catch. I wish I was the bastard that got the skin from one of the drums on dannys kit which he frisbeed out near the back of the audience. It was purely amazing. The only complaint from me was that they could have turned the volume of the vocals up a bit in some of the songs that were heavier, as you could barely make out mayards singing (even though the whole croud was singing along). I came out completely soaked because of all the sweat that was there, damn... It wasn't that bad though, but you can reek after having about 300 different peoples sweat all over you and your new tool tour shirt. oh well. All this trouble, to get the tickets, to line up, to part with the cash, to wait for them to start... was all definitely worth it. I can't wait to go see nsync again, I hope I do get another chance.

Review written by: Junior ( Review posted on: 04/29/02 11:43:15 ET

This was this reviewer's ? Tool show

The actual setlist, for all those who asked for one on the way out (only to be told "No"): Grudge Stinkfist 46&2 Parabola Schism Undertow -Jam- Sober Disposition Reflection -Video/Osseus Labyrint- Triad Opiate Lateralus

Review written by: Daff ( Review posted on: 04/29/02 18:48:51 ET

This was this reviewer's 1st Tool show

Well, a slightly different setlist for the Nations Capital providing a totally awesome show! Can't believe how nervous I was before seeing this show, and how mesmerised I was by their amazing performance. Highlights for me were The Grudge (such a powerful performance); 46&2 (which just went off) and Sober. Maynard sounded great though he started flat in Schism; his dynamic range and pure emotion in Reflection and Lateralus were truely magic moments to behold. The Canberra crowd were receptive and switched on, they were literally a single mass, pulsing to the hypnotic rhythms of TOOL. Never before have I been to a concert where the crowd stood there, swaying in time, transfixed by the artistry that unfolds before them, awakening to the knowledge that this was a truly special experience. Thanks TOOL for making it downunder again so soon, and bringing your muscial wizardry to Canberra.

Review written by: Alex ( Review posted on: 04/29/02 19:24:11 ET

This was this reviewer's 2nd Tool show

Great show, hard to decide if it was better than 1st Sydney show last year. Disappointed not to hear Flood before Grudge, but the Grudge really got the crowd going. Extended version of Stinkfist was great to hear. Maynard 'had a lot of nothing to say', saying hi and introducing themselves as N'Sync before kicking into a tight & solid Parabola, even without Parabol to introduce it.They almost paused in the middle of Schism to play a bit of a jam. Undertow was the highlight of the set, they nailed it...'shut up, shut up, shut your enemies...' with Maynard doing the wicked swaying, Maynard was really ON tonight, with his face painted with a blue stripe. A long intro, with a bit of Merkaba to introduce a crowd favourite, Sober. Then they slowed it down with Reflection and Disposition, with Danny doing a really nice cross-over between the two songs. Parabola video clip was quite trippy on the big screen, I don't think all the crowd had seen it before. Triad was amazing, with Osseus Labyrinth hanging from the roof and Dale (Melvins) and Danny going mutant on the drums. Awesome version of Opiate, Maynard was really getting into it. Lateralus showed us that it's their hardest song to play (consistently!!), and Danny brought it home big (apart from a tiny half-missed beat). Stunning gig, Danny went off, Maynard was pretty animated in his dancing, Adam stared into the crowd alot, and Justin kicked it!

Review written by: Toby ( Review posted on: 04/29/02 23:18:35 ET

This was this reviewer's 2nd Tool show

Amazing! I went to the Sydney show as well and it was everything I expected and more. I'm glad I decided to go to 2 shows because they did mix up the sets slightly. I was on the barricade right in front of Adam. There were times when I would stare into Adam's eyes and wonder: 1. what goes on inside his head when he creates the awesome images that are shown in time with the music and 2. if he was actually looking down at me. Stinkfist was performed brilliantly and Undertow was definitely a sweet surprise. Dale played very well on Triad but everything, lights, Osseus Labyrint, images, the whole show was just amazing. All of their songs are very powerful especially Lateralus. A beautiful song to finish the night on. I don't know if it's just me but when I think about TOOL overall, music + images + everything about them, I think about what they've contributed to this world so far. Seeing them live tops it off and for me it was very inspiring. I'd love to be that creative but I have no idea what I could do. Sorry I rambled on but I needed to get that thought out. About 14 and a half hours after the show my ears are still ringing. I was surprised at how much Maynard got into it. Also the Melvins I thought were very decent. Although I didn't hear a thing Buzz sang.

Review written by: Rod Hungus ( Review posted on: 04/29/02 23:45:04 ET

This was this reviewer's yeah Tool show

In response to the cat question: You're an idiot. In response to the guy who said those lyrics: "Shut up, Shut up, Shut up, Shut up, you're saturating me." Thats all for now.

Review written by: Brett ( Review posted on: 04/30/02 01:38:36 ET

This was this reviewer's 1st Tool show

The words 'Totally encompassing Audio Visual Brain Swallowing Encounter' are the first of many to emanate from my Tool soaked mind the morning after what I would have to say was the best public sensory experience that I have ever witnessed! Finally I had come to see the 'Entity' that is Maynard, Adam, Danny and Justin collectively. And as I'm sure of each of the other Tool going members of the community there last night would agree that none of us could walk out of there dissatisfied. 'The Grudge' as an opening went off. However, I must be honest and give my own humble opinion. I think at first it was a little sad to hear that Adam's guitar was lacking in volume and presence. However in credit to him I think it may have been the fault of the Guitar Tech (although I'm sure he's a good tech). I must also say that Maynard's vocals were a little off in the first song or two. Probably a result of not having 40 minutes worth of mind numbing performance behind him at that stage in the show. However, to all of our delight, he was quick to warm up to it and get into the blistering deliverance of our Souls to a higher level. None the less they were intense in every way from the beginning. I remember sitting there watching the stage anxiously searching for a familiar silhouette as they primed and prepped us with the ambient roar of an intro sound scene that tells the mind as well as the senses that Tool were about to blow them respectively away. The synthetic sound that flooded the arena, along with the accompanying peppering of guitar, tricked us, for several minutes into thinking that they would come out on stage at any second. I guess this built up the excitement when the final lingering lighting faded that one last time before the Royal Theatre was 'Tool struck'. Once the Grudge had subsided and left the crowd needing more of them, they eased into a short reflection of negative Ions. Of which I may say must have been radiating from the band the entire night, because as Negative Ions imbibe all manner of sustaining, healing, heartening, fulfilling energy on it's subjects, so too were Tool. Maybe this is the effect they were after? What do you think? So delighted was I to see, hear, and more importantly feel Stinkfist finding it's way to my individual space. A classic at the worst of times, an entire experience merely on average. Although some seem to think this was an extended version, if anything I believe it was shortened. Still, complaints are far from my mind as I reflect on the whole situation. If all this wasn't good enough, Tool, in one fleeting moment had answered my prayers. I had been disappointed when reading some of the reviews from the other Aussie shows on this tour, discovering that they had not played 46&2. But as I had hoped for, they decided to change their set list reflecting this spiritually fulfilling collection of sound and feeling upon the unsuspecting Canberra crowd. To my utter delight, I was now experiencing live a song that has held so much meaning for me since the first time I had glimpsed into what it all meant. And more importantly, what it meant for me. I was, one could say, in my element. To my surprise the next pleasure to my senses came from Parabola. I wasn't expecting this as I knew it was going to be played on the screen during the intermission. Not that I'm complaining of coarse! This song is in fact currently my favourite. It, like 46&2 before it means allot to me in it's delivery and meaning. I guess we all take a little out of each Tool song and relate to it in some way. But so far I have not been able to relate to any of them as much as I have with this one. Brilliant, springs to mind instantly. Am biotic comes next. And then finishing off with perfection. Schism was an event unto itself with Osseus Labyrint delighting the crowd with their heads bobbing almost like their genitals weren't. Very expressive, and both amusing and intriguing. This was followed up by Undertow which was brilliantly performed. Maynard's vocals really shined in this display of cohesion. Then came (after a bit of Merkaba), Sober, which was instantly recognized and enjoyed by all. Disposition and reflection followed and added their own unique effect, flowing into the intermission which saw the Parabola clip. Although, Adam did drag that on a little too far for my own liking, but that's just me. I don't intend that to reflect in any negative way to what he was striving to accomplish. The clip was visually stimulating as usual. I'm sure there were allot of people in the crowd who had not seen it before. I was not one of them, however, given that it was projected onto two screens, with one in reverse, and also being the larger of the two, I was able to almost experience it for the first time. Most enjoyable. When the screen had faded, out came Danny to his kit and began to entertain us all, along side the drummer for The Melvins, with a great display of cohesively liquid like percussion experience. The skill and feeling of the two together was something that can't be done justice by anything in my vocabulary. Opiate's intensity was a huge hit for the crowd, and for myself. I've always loved this song, and it's meaning came through stronger in this environment. Which brought us to Lateralus, and the end of the concert, but not before some words from Maynard which were few, apart from introducing themselves as NSYNC, which was very amusing. I cannot remember his word for word speech but he thanked us all for coming and stated that he hoped that they had provided a vehicle of inspiration. And that they believe that everyone on our planet has the potential to be a fully functioning being and asked us to in the hours, days, weeks, and months to come to remember back to the moment that we shared and use it as inspiration to create something positive. (this is of coarse along the lines of what he said, not word for word by any means). This is exactly what I love about Tool. Their thoughts and ideals are always their own, and they are always there to lift people up rather than push them down. This is why I invite anyone who hasn't already to listen, read, pay attention to what they express. But don't follow it. Don't be sheep. Listen to it, read it, hear it, and think for yourself. Make your own mind up, and bring forward your own piece of what they may or may not have planted. Lateralus was amazing. And what more can I say (I've said too much already), but to leave you with words from the band themselves. Again, make your own mind up about it all. Design your own thoughts and use that to manufacture your experience. It's the Tool way... "This body holding me reminds me of my own mortality. Embrace this moment. Remember. We are eternal. All this pain is an illusion".

Review written by: Spoon ( Review posted on: 04/30/02 02:23:07 ET

This was this reviewer's 2nd Tool show

OK, I'm going to piss off a lot of people here but here we go. The Melvins, as expected were the highlight of the night. These guys are the undisputed kings of rock and have been going strong now for nearly 20 years! They should've at least had another 20 minutes, but hey - in a perfect world Tool would be the support act. This is their setlist for those who care - Revolve Honeybucket Brain Center at Whipples Let It All Be ? Youth of America Anaconda Black Stooges Now for Tool - good show, certainly a lot better than that pathetic one hour performance they did last time they were here. Although I didn't enjoy it as much as I should have because I frankly just wanted more Melvins. Great show none the less. The version they did of Stinkfist was excellent. It was funny listening to the crowd who didn't expect the extra jam and began to shout "liar." The thing that I also found funny is how Tool boasted about their fans intelligence when it's a shame that a majority of the crowd were either ignorant kids or meat head jocks with too much testosterone. The screens added nicely to the atmosphere and Osseus Labyrint were good too. Didn't expect them to get naked though.

Review written by: crisis_king ( Review posted on: 04/30/02 03:14:25 ET

This was this reviewer's 1st Tool show

SETLIST: The Grudge Stinkfist (extended) 46 & 2 Parabola Schism (extended ) Undertow 1/2 Merkaba Sober Disposition/Reflection Parabola Video Triad (feat. Dale from The Melvins & Osseus Labyrint). Opiate Lateralus REVIEW: fanbloodytastic!!! Pure Magic. Tool are not just a band

Review written by: hooker with a penis ( Review posted on: 04/30/02 03:28:27 ET

This was this reviewer's 2nd Tool show

FUCKING AWESOME... I hate all security personell. Because of them i had to wait in line for 40 mins almost pissing my pants. I missed OL and all of the Melvins except for one song. All i remember about their performance was some guy looking like sideshow bob. I think everyone was wondering what that irriating noise was at the begginging but we all loved what it led too. Tool came on and i finally felt released from everything. I was shitting myself with anticipation fot the whole day and the time had finally come. It was an amazing concert, except the mixing was a bit shoddy. I was happy to see the band looking alot more positive than they did in Sydney last july. This was emphasized by maynard being up the front of the stage rather than the back. I was quite amused by OL and thier little show of Acrobatics. I loved the show, it was amazing and thank ypu tool for being who you are and producing such amazing music

Review written by: Josh ( Review posted on: 04/30/02 05:02:29 ET

This was this reviewer's 1st Tool show

The Melvins were pretty crap. The crowd didn't really get into them, except for one guy who was moshing by himself. That was pretty tragic. I spose that any band that opens for Tool is going to look pretty medicore. I dont think there are any words to describe Tool, they have to be seen to be believed. I liked how we could see Maynard, probably because its a small stage. I've heard of other people talking about this, but I was right infront of Justin, I think he was looking directly at me. That is something I'll never forget. TOOL ARE AMAZING

Review written by: Master Reviewer ( Review posted on: 04/30/02 07:15:21 ET

This was this reviewer's 1st? Tool show

personally i liked the Melvins. Unlike the fucking Cosmic Psychos last year they were a good support band and played almost Toolish music i think. I also picked up on a bit of a drum fill from "The End" by The Beatles. i was extremely impressed by them. Tool were as to be expected. pure enjoyment. music at its very best. everyone who has said anything is right, especially Mr Happy's review at the top. an awesome amazing show. my personal highlight was 46 & 2. the part where Maynard says "see my shadow changing, stretching up and over me" and in Reflection where he says "It's calling me" and the end of Schism where Danny is on his double bass. thanks to Tool and everyone hopes you come back soon.

Review written by: Phoebe ( Review posted on: 04/30/02 09:46:41 ET

This was this reviewer's 3rd Tool show

While leaving the Royal Theatre, hugging friends, grinning my face off, and basking in another 2 hour highlight of my life, I realised I had just discovered a whole new aspect to the live Tool experience. Seeing Tool live is life changing, a time of complete contact with one's soul, no matter where it happens. I had the luck to see the guys in Sydney as well, and it was unbelievable. But now I have also seen them in my home city, with many close friends, and aquaintances , and the energy is different. Apart from the personal experience, I had the knowledge that loved ones were around me on the floor (represent!), and behind me on the seats, being a part of it all with me. I can't thank them enough for this, just understanding how I feel , and letting me ramble on about it whenever I need to. I wore the grudge like a crown for you guys, hope it was everything you could have asked for and more. The grudge kick off was, as always, powerful and intense, leading into a heavy opening. Undertow was unexpected and excellent, and I was shocked to find that 46 & 2 could actually exceed my expectations. I hadn't seen it live yet, and it was amazing. Once more, the show centered around Disposition, Reflection and Triad, and these songs shone, tapping deep into the soul. I lived Opiate for all those guys behind me who hadn't seen it live yet, and once again, it led into the end of Lateralus. This song has got into my bones in a special way. It's meaning, for me, is the core of Tool. It's a ride, an experience that is taking us places we havn't been, something so important it keeps us Alive. And this applies to the band as well as us the audience. Of course we still "remain human", and I thankyou, Tool, for whatever you guys have given up to do this. But its been worth it, hasn't it? :) Lateralus is the perfect ending in meaning, as well musical brilliance. Once again, my soul is full, and again I thank Tool, audiences Sydney and Canberra, and every person who has allowed this to happen. As an eloquent fan bid us goodbye in Sydney "spiral out" , and be happy.

Review written by: foolish tule ( Review posted on: 04/30/02 18:38:15 ET

This was this reviewer's 2nd Tool show

Great show. Seen last years first sydney show, though, and i'd have to say that was better. This canberra show had terrible sound! Actually quite quite bad. Can a concert ever be TOO loud? Yes, when it gets to be distorting the sound, breaking up and making it sound like nothing but sub bass fuzz. After the break they seemed to fix it a bit though, so lateralus sounded awesome.

Review written by: Master Reviewer ( Review posted on: 04/30/02 19:43:24 ET

This was this reviewer's 2nd Tool show

I CANT BELIEVE YOU THINK THE MELVINS WERE THE HIGHLIGHT OF THE NIGHT. YOU DONT DESERVE TO POST ON THIS PAGE. undertow was the highlight of the night for me. i was totally not expecting it...that what i love about tool. great show thank you tool

Review written by: Lilia ( Review posted on: 05/01/02 00:24:58 ET

This was this reviewer's 1st? Tool show

This was the most highly anticipated concert of my life, and the band didn't disappoint. Being in a a somewhat altered mental state, it was surreal to hear tracks like "Stinkfist", "Undertow" and "46&2" in the crappy old royal theatre from my seat at the back, but at the same time I felt oddly detached from the whole thing. In case anyone is interested, my recommendation is that MDMA and Tool is not as fantastic as you would think. The boys did the best to do my head in, particularly some of the trippy images being thrown up on to the big screen. I wonder how long it is until we can get all of their film clips on a DVD? My one complaint for the show was that bit with the guitarist playing that same chord progression over and over for what felt like 10 minutes. I'm sure some of you die hard fans are going to go on about what an inspired moment it was, and how it's just Tool breaking new ground etc., but to me it was self-indulgent and pointless, and the only blemish on an otherwise perfect evening. In conclusion, Maynard is a maniac, and the most consummate stage performer I have ever seen, and Danny Carrey the most brilliant drummer of our time, and maybe even in modern music altogether. Thanks Tool, make sure you come to Canberra again some time!

Review written by: Andrew ( Review posted on: 05/01/02 04:41:57 ET

This was this reviewer's 4th Tool show

Tool are extremely competent performers and I love their work, but seing that everyone's posted the positives: The Canberra concert, from the seats (floor might have been different) was TOO LOUD. Volume is good but not when it gets to the stage where the sound distorts into bass drum and guitar fuzz. The concert souded nice with ear plugs in firmly and it shouldn't be that way (by comparison Wollongong was perfect without plugs - nice fidelity) Maynard is obviously feeling the tour strain, or has some sort of cold, because he was really struggling during the middle of the set (especially during reflection and schism). Reflection he started at least a semitone out of tune and continued that way for most of the show. Given Tool the credit they deserve, Maynards voice problems were covered very well (I think I caught them changing the setlist at the last minute with a few quick verbal exchanges. Finally The Melvins are as bad as Tool is good - untalented bass, Sideshow Bob lookalike feedback overusing screaming vocals, although no complaints with the Dale.

Review written by: aliaress ( Review posted on: 05/01/02 08:59:08 ET

This was this reviewer's 6th Tool show

There isn't much to say that hasn't already been said about Tools performance, but i did experience something rare the day after. While walking past the Crowne Plaza on Tuesday afternoon, just after I had visited Ticketek to see if we could get our tickets back, My frined spotted Adam Jones standing out the front of the hotel with his girlfriend. They were helping a friend of theirs put some run-away children back in their car and waving goodbye to them as they drove away. I approached him, preparing to be told to piss off... As it happens, Adam is one of the nicest guys I have ever met. He probably noticed that i was fairly intimidated and so he offered to sign my setlist from the night before. He wrote my name and signed it for me and then he decorated it a little bit too. He initiated all the conversation, he smiled this huge toothy smile from-ear-to-ear that i had never seen before (it was a bit of a shock actually... but a good shock) and then he extedned his hand for me to shake it. It was so damn cool! I know he's just a person and all, but i've never actually met someone that i think so highly of... I walked away with a smile on my face that is still there today ... and it's really starting to hurt my cheeks now.

Review written by: Shaun ( Review posted on: 05/01/02 10:42:09 ET

This was this reviewer's 1st? Tool show

Well having missed them last year and on the Aenima tour both times because I was bedridden with illness, it was to my extreme delight that I was finally well and able to go and see one of my favourite bands play live. People have been saying the mix was bad but honestly I thought it was great, possibly a bit loud (I was on the floor) generally about 10m back from the stage directly in front of Danny's kit. My ears were ringing until Wednesday morning :) I must admit I mostly listen to Aenima and Lateralus mostly, but hearing a few of those older ones have got me right back into Opiate and Undertow, which is great. The Grudge was simply awesome, the whole crowd going ballistic when it got to "Defining, confining, controlling" was simply insane, as were the reactons to Stinkfist and 46&2. I'll admit the extra bit in Stinkfist caught me, I started to sing along "i'll keep digging" then stopped as I realised what was going on. I got a few smiles from people around me from that effort!! The rest of the show was superb and the parabol/a clip was excellent, and to see it for the first time in that atmosphere was just the best. Can someone email me and explain to me about Odessius Labarynt or whatever they're called. Don't get me wrong, they were cool with their inverted naked gyrations, but I just don't want to miss a point. Are they a Canberra thing? Or are they part of the TOOL live show? I only got to the concert towards the end of the Melvins so yeah.... It was definately one of the best 2 hopurs of my life, and next time they come to Oz I will definately make the trip to Sydney, and maybe even Melbourne to get as much as I can!!! Take care, and have fun!!

Review written by: Spoon ( Review posted on: 05/02/02 01:58:46 ET

This was this reviewer's 2nd Tool show

Osseus Labyrint are contortionist artists from California and are in the Schism video.

Review written by: J "Buzz" V ( Review posted on: 05/02/02 02:01:16 ET

This was this reviewer's 2nd Tool show

Hi Good show, very lould, but still pretty cool. Half way through the dude from the melvins came out and did some cool beats on the roto toms. Very cool light show, gave it a very present feel. guitars and bass mixed very well, and the drums sounded huge. After the show we scored some afterparty passes, and hung out with Adam and Camila backstage. They are quite nice and Adam answerd all the question that i asked and even signed a smoke pack. pretty rocking, all in all good show and it's nice to see that even being as big as they are, they still have the time to be cool to the fans. J"Buzz"V P.S. Quote "the new silverchair album is wet panty music, I wish that guy would stop stealing my riffs" Adam Jones on the new silverchair album