Tool On spotify

I’ve been using Spotify (free) since… 2013 at least. Not as long as some, but a long time. I’m invested, at least in time on the platform. My SO has a premium account but I’ve never taken the time to see if I can glom onto that. The ads suck ass but, to be fair, they don’t bother me that much.

The BIG thing with Spotify, for me, has always been their lacking a few bands who I consider to be critical. A recent gift was Def Leppard’s first three albums. Rights to these albums had been tied up in a decade-long legal battle. The pop big-hair Def Leppard stuff has always been available; The good stuff, however, has not been.

Topping this list, though, has always been Tool. They’re an—dare I say—important band. I don’t know what the backstory is. I’m just happy to have Tool accessible to on Spotify, where I listen to all my other music.

Fuck yeah!


Tool Discography
Def Leppard : High ‘N’ Dry – 1981
Def Leppard: On Through the Night – 1980

Russian Su-27 Emergency Landing in Primorsky Krai

A Russian Su-27 fighter jet was forced to make an emergency landing early Wednesday morning in Primorsky Krai, Far East, Russia’s Eastern Military Press reported.

Initial findings from a special committee investigating onsite reported that while returning to Uglovaya military airport in Primorsky Krai after a night training flight, the aircraft signalled a failure in the hydraulic system of the nose landing gear during descent and the pilot subsequently decided to land. The pilot was uninjured in the incident.

During the forced landing, the Su-27 was not on fire and the aircraft was not loaded with ammunition, and could recover its technical abilities after an overhaul.


Su-27SM3 Deploy to Baranavichy

By the end of the year 24 Su-27SM3 fighter jets will have been deployed at the Russian aviation base in Belarus.

Russian fighter jets regiment, composed of 24 Su-27SM3 fighter jets, will ensure the “Union State’s” air defense and the integrity of the air space, ITAR-TASS reports with a reference to the Commander in Chief of Russia’s air forces Viktor Bondarev.

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Ukraine Scrambles Su-27

Russian fighter jets allegedly twice violated Ukraine’s air space over the Black Sea during the night, Interfax news agency quoted the Defence Ministry as saying on Monday.

It said Ukraine’s air force had scrambled a Sukhoi SU-27 interceptor aircraft and prevented any “provocative actions” but gave no further details.

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