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#121
Neil Peart
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#123
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Probably Danny Carey, but Gene Hoglan, Inferno, Tim Yeung, and George Kollias deserve mentions.


His stuff with World Under Blood is SICK. I agree with Gene Hoglan, as well as whoever drummed on Death's Sound of Perseverance. He's cool.

Biggest influence on my drumming is probably Roger Taylor and Brann Dailor, at the same time.
#124



Chad Szeliga of Breaking Benjamin. Absolutely the single most underrated drummer I've ever heard. His drumming in Breaking Benjamin doesn't give him credit for what he actually is lol.
#126
My favorites include: Blake Richardson, Bill Bruford, Michael Giles, Buddy Rich, Christian Vander, Thomas Pridgen, Neil Peart, Panda Bear, and Brann Dailor.
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#129
I have a few. Not in order though.
Joel Piper of Confide
Aaron Gilliespie of Underoath
Ringo Starr of Beatles
David Garibaldi of Tower of Power
Harvey Mason of Fourplay
Wesley Finley of Rebelution
#132
i cant understand why Adler from Lamb Of God is only mentioned 1/2 times. He is an amazing drummer, I heard he started at 21 or something, has amazing skills and very good tone (that means ánd the sound of his kit ánd his own sound). The reason I got into Lamb Of God was the drumming (double bass ftw).
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#139
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Meg White


This...seriously. Absolutely adore The White Stripes, and she is perfect in it.
#140
Finally Meg White getting some recognition. She suits that band perfectly, and it's a shame so many people trash her. She is a perfect example of "playing for the music," she isn't flashy, technical or whatever...she plays just enough, and exactly what is needed for that band. Her timing is great, she's solid. She's very similar to Ringo, people are so down on him too, but he's in the same boat in my opinion...you put any one else behind the set in the Beatles and it just wouldn't be the same. People like these two have so much respect from me...for their ability to play what is needed in the music, and not let their ego take over.
#141
I made a thread about Michael Giles, but one of the guys said I should just post it here.

He was an amazing drummer but, unfortunately, didn't have as long as a career that I would have hoped for.

If any of you are master-philes like me, here's the drum part for '21st Century Schizoid Man'.

Back on topic, most of the KC drummers (Giles and Bruford, specifically), Tim Alexander and Brian Mantia of Primus, Neil Peart (If you don't know what band he's from then you're in the wrong forum), and Brad Wilk, because RATM are very amazing musicians all-round.
#146
(In no particular order)

Chris Adler
Mike Portnoy
Danny Carey
Nicko McBrain
Vinnie Abbott (sp?)
Nick Menza
Inferno
George Kolias
John Otto
John Bonham
Shannon Lucas
Dan Briggs
Jon Rice
EDIT: Fail forgot Neil Peart, Buddy Rich, and Van Williams
Last edited by MonkeyPlaysBass at Sep 19, 2011,
#148
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(In no particular order)

Chris Adler
Mike Portnoy
Danny Carey
Nicko McBrain
Vinnie Abbott (sp?)
Nick Menza
Inferno
George Kolias
John Otto
John Bonham
Shannon Lucas
Dan Briggs
Jon Rice
EDIT: Fail forgot Neil Peart, Buddy Rich, and Van Williams


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Anyways, I'm still hooked on Travis Orbin atm.
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#152
My favourites are Benny Greb, Thomas Lang, Tomas Haake, Travis Orbin and Matt Halpern.

I love the technicality of the stuff that they play, it's what attracts me to music in general. I feel like playing something simple is an injustice to the instrument, why not try and make it the best you can? Just my opinion, and am open to new ideas.
#153
Moon the Loon.
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#154
I'm not a drummer. But i'd like to add my .02 if I may... back when I was a teen 80's.. I would have picked from several Dave Lombardo, Nick Menza, Tommy Lee my number 1 being Larz Ulrich, and now that I'm a little older and not so "metal struck" I would have to say Neil Peart with Gene Holgan and Vinnie Paul running close behind.Lots of very great drummers out there through genres.
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#155
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I'm not a drummer. But i'd like to add my .02 if I may... back when I was a teen 80's.. I would have picked from several Dave Lombardo, Nick Menza, Tommy Lee my number 1 being Larz Ulrich, and now that I'm a little older and not so "metal struck" I would have to say Neil Peart with Gene Holgan and Vinnie Paul running close behind.Lots of very great drummers out there through genres.



i really like Vinnie Paul's style. he keeps it heavy while still maintaining a somewhat minimalistic approach. i really like that compared to a lot of other double bass drummers whio just shoot 16th or 32nd notes for a four minute song.

Vinnie Paul also seemed to have varied influences that he put together to complement his style. shown off well in "Becoming" really showcases his abilities as well "revolution is my name"
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#156
Dave Grohl, Taylor Hawkins, Alex Van Halen, Chad Szelgia, Bill Ward, Chad Smith, and Brandon Barnes.