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In 2000 (see 2000 in music), Tool released Salival, a CD, VHS & DVD set.

The song "You Lied" is a cover of a Peach song. Peach was bass player Justin Chancellor's previous band. The band's cover of Led Zeppelin's "No Quarter" was recorded for the soundtrack of Private Parts, but the band pulled out, leading to animosity with Howard Stern who had previously championed the band.

Track listing

  1. "Third Eye"
  2. "Part Of Me"
  3. "Pushit"
  4. "Message To Harry Manback II"
  5. "Merkaba"
  6. "You Lied" (Peach)
  7. "No Quarter" (Led Zeppelin)
  8. "L.A.M.C."
  9. "Maynard's Dick"

Chart position

2000  Salival    The Billboard 200            No. 38