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    For the normal 2 credits of any song, I can play this at my Elks Lodge. For minimal credits, I can take up hours of jukebox time!



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    I’ve played Tool at my favorite watering holes recently. I’m actually surprised it didn’t piss some people off- exact opposite actually happened and some have said “Whoa, when did Tool get on the the jukebox!?”

    Faith in humanity slightly restored.

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    I am still shell-shocked that Killing Joke is opening for Tool and I am going to get to see this. I 100% expect to lose my fucking mind at this show. My two favorite bands. But I just know KJ is going to absolutely kill it.

    Edit: If this does NOT kick you into raging out, you are dead.

    https://open.spotify.com/track/1rVXx...TaCSOxSB7Is6rg

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    Quote Originally Posted by pulse View Post
    I am still shell-shocked that Killing Joke is opening for Tool and I am going to get to see this. I 100% expect to lose my fucking mind at this show. My two favorite bands. But I just know KJ is going to absolutely kill it.
    One of those bands I always intended on checking out but never did. I've listened a bit since the announcement and have liked what I've heard, both the post-punk sound of the 80's and the more hard rock style of their more recent stuff. Looking forward to listening to them more and seeing them live!

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    Aftershock schedule is up, Tool gets 90 minutes. A horrific 7:25 - 8:55 closing set. I guess all the suburban dads can still meet their 11pm bed times.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheRealNs1 View Post
    I guess all the suburban dads can still meet their 11pm bed times.
    There will come a time when you appreciate a 9pm curfew, as a parent or not.
    Last edited by cdm; 09-13-2019 at 12:11 PM. Reason: derp

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheRealNs1 View Post
    Aftershock schedule is up, Tool gets 90 minutes. A horrific 7:25 - 8:55 closing set. I guess all the suburban dads can still meet their 11pm bed times.
    Yea, fuck us suburban dads who can escape reality for 90 mins, then get to bed at a good time so we can get up, feed and ready children for school at 6 am, then ready yourself for work, then making sure they arent late to school and beat traffic so you dont get late to your job. Sorry to be a buzz kill for you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pulse View Post
    I am still shell-shocked that Killing Joke is opening for Tool and I am going to get to see this. I 100% expect to lose my fucking mind at this show. My two favorite bands. But I just know KJ is going to absolutely kill it.

    Edit: If this does NOT kick you into raging out, you are dead.

    https://open.spotify.com/track/1rVXx...TaCSOxSB7Is6rg

    wow thank you!
    that is excellent. i had heard of this band in passing, this sounds fantastic

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    Ok, guess the way you made the comment made you seem like a teenager who didnít know the struggle.

    No ill on this side.

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    yikes, I'll be sure to include a trigger warning next time (or at least an /s, although Conan I think you saw my post before I deleted it)

    In other news, Aftershock has Sunday VIP tix available again - $230. Cheaper than current scalper prices for the other Tool shows, but I think I'm tapped out...

    https://aftershock.frontgatetickets....z1tgkfwvkqsh2v

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hyperpower View Post
    wow thank you!
    that is excellent. i had heard of this band in passing, this sounds fantastic
    They have two self-titled albums. One is their debut from 1980, the other is from 2003. I highly suggest everyone planning to see them check both out ASAP.

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    Quote Originally Posted by imail724 View Post
    I highly suggest everyone planning to see them check both out ASAP.
    Aside from the Foo's cover of Requiem, I have no knowledge of this band. Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cdm View Post
    Aside from the Foo's cover of Requiem, I have no knowledge of this band. Thanks.
    Never heard Trent's remix of Democracy?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Hyperpower View Post
    wow thank you!
    that is excellent. i had heard of this band in passing, this sounds fantastic
    Killing Joke is incredible... more introduction:


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    Quote Originally Posted by Hyperpower View Post
    wow thank you!
    that is excellent. i had heard of this band in passing, this sounds fantastic
    Yeah the new album has some real gems. Really, their entire catalogue is full of them. Fortunately there is a lot to explore and keep a newcomer busy for a while.

    Hope everyone spreads the word and folks don't downplay them as just another "opening act." This is a big deal for all involved, especially the mates in Tool.

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    Quote Originally Posted by imail724 View Post
    Never heard Trent's remix of Democracy?
    Ha! How many cred points do I lose? Pretty decent.

    Honestly, aside from Things Falling Apart, and the occasional Fixed, I rarely wade into the remixes (either by TR or NIN songs by others). My loss, probably, but it seems so hit / miss I just tend to lose interest.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheRealNs1 View Post
    Aftershock schedule is up, Tool gets 90 minutes. A horrific 7:25 - 8:55 closing set. I guess all the suburban dads can still meet their 11pm bed times.
    They'll get to play, what? A nice 5, maybe 6 song set? lol

    Also, I think the sun will still be up then... I donno how well TOOL in the day time will go over. Their set relies on the lights. Other than that, it's 4 guys standing there not moving.
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    Weather.com shows that today’s sunset is at 7:18. Another month from now, they should be starting the show in pretty much total darkness- there’ll probably be a bit of light out from the sun but not much.

    Hour and a half is *fairly* standard for festivals. I don’t think they played that long at Chicago Open Air- that had some to do with the weather though. They only played for 75 minutes the one time I saw them in St. Paul In 2012, but they made great use of it and killed it by not dicking around in between songs, hammering them out. They started that show in complete sun light.

    Festivals suck, BTW. I hope whoever goes has a good time though.

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    Weather.com shows that todayís sunset is at 7:18. Another month from now, they should be starting the show in pretty much total darkness- thereíll probably be a bit of light out from the sun but not much.

    Hour and a half is *fairly* standard for festivals. I donít think they played that long at Chicago Open Air- that had some to do with the weather though. They only played for 75 minutes the one time I saw them in St. Paul In 2012, but they made great use of it and killed it by not dicking around in between songs, hammering them out. They started that show in complete sun light.

    Festivals suck, BTW. I hope whoever goes has a good time though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Krazy View Post
    Festivals suck, BTW. I hope whoever goes has a good time though.
    I would generally agree but i went to aftershock for NIN a couple year ago and it was a pretty well run smaller festival, only two stages too so it's easy to navigate, all in all a good experience.

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    If Jaz actually shows up and doesn't fuck off to Siberia or wherever, KJ will be an excellent opener for Tool on this tour..

    The new album has grown on me considerably, as I figured it would. Pneuma is still just a blatant Schism re-write, but knocks pretty good regardless. I could listen to Tempest on repeat for hours; definitely a career highlight for them. The theory about being able to listen to the tracklisting in reverse order to get a parallel narrative is actually kind of neat, too..

    Hopefully someone manages to sneak in some gear and tape some of these fall shows. As of present, only one known silver set from the Spring 2019 show exists, but it is spicy: https://www.ebay.com/itm/TOOL-Live-U...0AAOSwrdRda6db

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    Quote Originally Posted by Prettybrokenspiral View Post
    If Jaz actually shows up and doesn't fuck off to Siberia or wherever, KJ will be an excellent opener for Tool on this tour.
    Context?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cdm View Post
    There will come a time when you appreciate a 9am curfew, as a parent or not.
    Who the fuck has a curfew that lets them stay out until 9 in the fucking morning? My entire soul hurts just thinking about the notion of being awake that long.

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    Quote Originally Posted by theimage13 View Post
    Who the fuck has a curfew that lets them stay out until 9 in the fucking morning?
    Whoooooooooooops.

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    I really hope for those of you who can attend that KJ (or rather Jaz specifically) doesn't pull any nonsense and cancel shows, which happens often. They remain one of the absolute best live bands I've ever seen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shadaloo View Post
    I really hope for those of you who can attend that KJ (or rather Jaz specifically) doesn't pull any nonsense and cancel shows, which happens often. They remain one of the absolute best live bands I've ever seen.
    After having listened to the few tracks linked in the last page or two, i really do hope to see this band live.


    On another note regarding Tool, i am looking for some help, mostly have questions regarding streaming services as i do not use any of them however i am interested in the HD versions of the older albums. Any help would be appreciated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hyperpower View Post
    I am interested in the HD versions of the older albums. Any help would be appreciated.
    https://www.hdtracks.com/music/artist/view/id/28697/

    All of Bob Ludwig's 24 bit 96kHz digital transfers from the studio master tapes are right there. You can also get a discount code for signing up you can apply to cart for 20% off total.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pulse View Post
    https://www.hdtracks.com/music/artist/view/id/28697/

    All of Bob Ludwig's 24 bit 96kHz digital transfers from the studio master tapes are right there. You can also get a discount code for signing up you can apply to cart for 20% off total.
    You know, it's kinda bs that those who purchased the physical copy of FI don't get an option for an HD download....

    edit: I'm gonna shell out the 88 bucks for all 5 albums plus opiate in wav anyways, because I love tool that much, but still, come on guys.
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