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Emotive [Explicit] Explicit Lyrics. Parental Advisory ed. MP3 Music, November 2, "Please retry". Thirteenth Step Eat the Elephant Complete Collection Featured On. Rock Hits: Apple Music Rock. After wrapping up the touring in support of Thirteenth Step in the first half of , the band had announced it planned to enter a long hiatus so that band frontman Maynard James Keenan could return to his original band, Tool , while guitarist Billy Howerdel pursued a solo career.
Bush during the touring cycle, proposed tying the concept together as a political-themed covers album, with Howerdel, while generally apolitical publicly, felt was worth pursuing in their post- September 11th attacks political and social climate. Keenan emphasized that, despite his personal feelings on Bush, the album was less of an "anti-Bush" album, and more of a "anti- political apathy " - encouraging people to research things and become more involved.
The band rushed to complete the album in time to release it prior to the U. Presidential Elections in November, just barely a year after their prior release. I'm still just trying to encourage people to think for themselves…to stop buying into this absurdity and rampant fear. But even that message has been somehow edited over the last four fucking years and it pisses me off.
How can simple message of 'get off your ass and educate yourself' be turned into a reason to dismiss our efforts? We're speaking our minds. We're following our hearts. The album's final track list would contain ten covers and two original songs. The song " Passive ", was one of just two original songs on the album, tracing back to writing sessions for Trent Reznor 's unreleased Tapeworm project.
Keenan later clarified it as not a remix, but rather a second part of "Pet". The lyrical content of "Counting Bodies Like Sheep to the Rhythm of the War Drums" is similar to that in "Pet", but the delivery and staging of the vocals vary, reflecting the political tones of the album. The band also recorded a rendition of Elton John 's " Border Song " during the Emotive sessions, but it was left off the album, with Keenan feeling they were unable to make their version of the song work right in the context of the album.
Nevertheless, Rob Theakston of Allmusic was mixed in his review, stating that "eMOTIVe falls flat and fail s to raise the bar set so high by the quality of their previous two releases. He also criticized the style of the album and wrote: "A Perfect Circle work their way through 12 songs that would almost be unrecognizable in their current arrangement if one weren't familiar with the original versions of each song. This wiki. This wiki All wikis. That's when Maynard had the idea of doing a political record, and right off the bat I thought it was a good idea.
Despite singing other people's songs, APC personalize or inject a different meaning into music by the way those songs are played.