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#1
Yeah so what songs do you listen to that make drumming seem like the most amazing talent a man can have?

For me personally its the entire Lateralus album, I was actually considering picking up the drums after hearing that album. Danny Carrey (Tool drummer) is probably one of the most amazing drummer's I've ever heard.

Specific songs: Lateralus, Parabol, Parabola, Ticks and Leeches.

Second favorite is Jimmy Chamberlin from the Smashing Pumpkins.


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#4
Def Leppard stuff
Rick Allen is amazing

I mean, you try playing 1 handed!
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#5
the intro to Song for the Dead by queens of the stone age, Dave Grohl kills it.. umm most songs on Who's Next by the who...
#6
Alchemy Sounded Good At The Time - Alesana
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#7
Probably Death in Fire by Amon Amarth. Pretty Br00tal drumming IMO.
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#8
One word: Know.


No other song makes me want to air drum like that song. It's just kickass.


Another excellent drumming moment is the meter shift in Aenima.
#9
martin lopez who used to be in opeth is an animal.....master of apprentices sums it all up
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#10
Three of my favorite albums would fall under that catergory. Lateralus by Tool, Songs for the Deaf by QOTSa, and Blood Mountain by Mastodon all have amazing drumming.
#11
Arctic monkeys, Bloc party, and any brit punk/funk/rock band out nowadays

the 16th/32nd notes on the highhat combined with the funky timiings on both the bass pedal and high hat are so tricky and weird!
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#12
any Rush song for me
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#13
Know is briliant.

I like the Intro to the S&M version of For Whom The Bell Tolls.
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#15
Bill Bruford's work with King Crimson and Yes never ceases to amaze me..... one of my biggest influences

Carl Palmer's work on the "Brain Salad Surgery" album

Sean Reinert's drum lines on Cynic's "Focus" as well as Death's "human"

Gavin Harrison's stuff on the last three Porcupine Tree albums

Billy Cobham's work on the Mahavishnu albums as well as the stuff he did with George Duke.

and of course.... Neil Peart's work on most of the rush CDs (especially Fly by Night through Moving Pictures)
#16
thank you jesus an instrument that i know how to play! yea! i think Battery by metallica really shows off the drums. Lars is an amazing drummer! most drummers just roll on their toms and basses but lars is a musician you can tell by his style
#17
All music b/c I'm a drummer myself, but specifically Behemoth, Rush & Nile.
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John Densmore. hes always there at the perfect time
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#22
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I've always wanted to be a drummer to re create awesome hip hop beats.


you don't even have to be a drummer for that...

fruity loops...
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you don't even have to be a drummer for that...

fruity loops...


Yeah but to play at a party would be awesome
#24
Gojira has great drums too, and Amon Amarths' ain't bad either.
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#25
saw behemoths drummer do a drum solo live and nearly **** myself, best drum solo i have ever seen.
#27
Any Rush song, any song with Mike Portnoy in it. Chris Adler catches my ear also in anything on or after as the palaces burn.

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#28
Top 10 Drummers:

Neil Peart
Danny Carey
Terry Bozzio
Jimmy Chamberlain
Tim Alexander
Gene Hoglan
Brann Dailor
Thomas Haake
Billy Cobham
Bill Bruford
#29
^ No Hellhammer?
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#33
www.myspace.com/divineheresyband

and their drummer is my friend's uncle, my band might be able to get him to make some cd art for us as well if we get good.
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#35
Yay Bonzo! When the Levee Breaks, Poor Tom, Achilles Last Stand..... To many to chose from.

There was also Buddy Rich. Surprised nobody has said his name yet.
#36
The Rev (Avenged Sevenfold) with Blinded in Chains

The whole song amazes me but the little double bass fill in the middle just sounds so good!
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#39
I'm the opposite to the TS:

1. Jimmy Chamberlin ( his solo project Jimmy Chamberlin Complex is amazing!)

2. Danny Carey ( close second but i prefer Jimmy's drumming :P)

some other good drummers are Chad Channing ( laugh at his size but not his drumming) and the usual list of mod rock drummers.....also Mitch Mitchell and Keith Moon have some phenominal drumming.
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#40
Chad Sexton - 311
Jeremiah Green? - Modest Mouse (especially Long Drive....)
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