Post by lachrymology is the way on Mar 21, 2005 6:35:42 GMT -5
this was started a long time ago.. .i mean this forum thing... if i had to choose... then id say i want MJK to stay in Tool... just to see when he comes up with 4 the next album... each album is more mature than the previous... and Aenima was a masterpiece... Tools muzik is much more "mature" than APC's at the curent time.. but who knows what will come of APC in 2-3 years... at the same time Tool has forever written it self in the books of rock alongside with the greats like Led Zeppilin and other legendary rock bands... i agree that APC has lots of potential but Tool's is not fully realised either..
At first of course I thought lachrymology, until I noticed the "r". I searched for "larch" and found these two things:
"Larch is a multi-site project exploring methods, languages, and tools for the practical use of formal specifications. Much of the early work was done at MIT in the former Systematic Program Development Group in the Laboratory for Computer Science and at Digital Equipment in the Systems Research Center in Palo Alto, California."
"Larch is the remedy for people who feel that they are not as good as others and that they are bound to fail. They lack confidence in their ability to succeed and so often do not even bother trying. (cf Elm people, where it is the desire to take on too much that causes the temporary doubt.) The remedy helps people in this state to go ahead regardless of thoughts of success and failure. More able to take risks and be involved in life, they get more out of living."
Just curious, if you don't mind. Your name is interesting and I'd love to hear what it means to you.
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Post by roving_eye on Apr 14, 2005 18:12:32 GMT -5
today, i would say APC. tomorrow i could easily say Tool. ;D
i like the range he has with APC, he seems to spread out a little more. there's more expectation for something a little different ala Fiddle and The Drum. musically, i never quite know what to expect, but that's a good thing.
with Tool, i like all aspects each member brings to the whole. there's a bar that they've raised themselves to and i always look forward to that collaborative genius in their work.