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Song -Vicarious Artist - Tool Album - 10,000 Days Track - 01 Released - May 2, 2006.

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Eye on the TV, 'cause tragedy thrills me Whatever flavor it happens to be like "Killed by the husband," "Drowned by the ocean" "Shot by his own son," "She used a poison in his tea Then kissed him goodbye," that's my kind of story It's no fun 'til someone dies. Don't look at me like I am a monster Frown out your one face, but with the other Stare like a junkie into the TV Stare like a zombie while the mother holds her child Watches him die Hands to the sky.

Vicarious" is a song by American rock band Tool. The song is the first single released from their fourth full-length studio album 10,000 Days. Debuting on Maynard's 42nd birthday, April 17, 2006 on commercial radio, the seven-minute song debuted on the Billboard Alternative Songs and Mainstream Rock Tracks charts both at number two. It received a nomination for Best Hard Rock Performance at the 49th Annual Grammy Awards.

Eye on the TV 'Cause tragedy thrills me. Whatever flavour It happens to be like: "Killed by the husband", "Drowned by the ocean", "Shot by his own son", "She used a poison in his tea", "And kissed him goodbye". This song is the first single from their fourth full-length studio album. This song tells about the obsession with the television in the USA, and how people need to see tragedies, death and war. The music video was made with the help of computer-generated imagery unlike the band's previous videos based on the stop-motion animation.

Tool - Vicarious Album: 10,000 Days. Tabbed by: Eric two2twelvel. Tuning: D A D G B E. 0:00. light distortion) ^ e-. - b. .Written By: Maynard James Keenan. Tuning: Drop D. (Intro) (Guitar 1) E--- B-. 7/97--5-7-5-7/109--5-7-5/7/97 D--00-00-00-0-00-00-0

0 Tool fans were waiting for this album for a long time. But this is a bit of a disappointment. Overall, the album is good, but there are too many worthless (or close to worthless) tracks or "filler" (even if I don't like this expression) on the album: Lipan Conjuring, Lost Keys or Virginti Tres, as an example. The song got second rank in modern rock songs chart and its obvious because of the composition of the song, very good. The guitar part is very dynamic and the guitar riffs vary throughout the song.

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The discography of American rock band Tool consists of four studio albums, one compilation album, two extended plays, four video albums, thirteen singles and eight music videos. Tool was founded in 1990 by vocalist Maynard James Keenan and guitarist Adam Jones, who then recruited drummer Danny Carey and bassist Paul D'Amour. They initially released a demo EP in 1991 called 72826

With Tool drummer Danny Carey letting slip that the band’s new album should be out in April 2019, it’s worth remembering just why so many people having been waiting desperately for 13 long years to hear it. Sparse though their back catalogue may look for a band who have been in action for so long, few have even come close to matching Tool’s level of quality. Surely if any other band were to release a song as bewitching as The Pot or as huge as Vicarious we’d be carrying them around on our shoulders and lauding them as kings. As it is, this is seen as the album where Tool took their cues from the technical fluidity of Meshuggah, but listen to the cinematic journey of Lost Keys (Blame Hofman) into Rosetta Stoned and you’ll hear that is an over-simplification of yet another stunner.

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