Salival was a limited edition box set in CD/VHS and CD/DVD formats released in 2000 by Tool. It includes a 56-page book of photos and stills from their music videos. As the box set has now been out of print for some time, it can only be found secondhand, usually at a price disproportionate to its original recommended retail price. As VHS has now become obsolete, the DVD version tends to retail for a higher price as it is in higher demand.
The track "You Lied" is a cover of a song by bass player Justin Chancellor's previous band Peach. The cover of Led Zeppelin's "No Quarter" was originally recorded for the soundtrack of Private Parts, but Tool subsequently decided against allowing it to be used, leading to criticism from Howard Stern, who had previously endorsed the band.
The front of the booklet included with the package has a small glossy square on its front. Live versions of "Pushit" and "Third Eye" (of the album Ænima) appear on this box set. The song "Merkaba" was originally the instrumental intro for the song Sober when played live.
As with other releases, there were rumors during the Salival period. Most notably, the band was said to be breaking up. Maynard James Keenan said, "we mentioned some song titles and some dickhead went out and reserved all of the dot.com and dot.org names.
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