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Old 03-15-2007, 07:32 PM   #16
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JOHN BONHAM
KEITH MOON
LARRY MULLEN JNR

I dont really have a worst drummer, if i did it have to be the coldplay drummer for the most boring beats ever.
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Old 03-15-2007, 08:32 PM   #17
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1. John Bonham
2. Keith Moon
3. Dave Grohl
4. Matt Cameron (can't believe nobody has mentioned him yet!)
5. Larry Mullen Jr
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Old 03-15-2007, 08:56 PM   #18
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Old 03-16-2007, 02:13 AM   #19
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Tim Powles -- he gave me a hug and a kiss on the cheek and said "thank you for being such a big supported of the band.' That will do it for me.

Colin Brooks -- he was great fun to watch play. It was apparent he was having a blast up there. I couldn't take my eyes off him.


Other than those two I have to say I don't pay all that much attention to drummers.
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Neil Peart
Stewart Copeland
Larry Mullen Jr.
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Old 03-16-2007, 10:39 AM   #21
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1. HELLHAMMER! Jan Axel Blomberg is the fucking god of drums. I don't think there is any competition. Just listen to Arcturus's The Sham Mirrors and get back to me. And with a name like Hellhammer, how can you go wrong?
2. Mike Portnoy! Also the god of drums. The man owns. So on second thoughts, Hellhammer does have competition.
3. Sean Reinert. I present Exhibit A: Cynic's Focus. That is how you play, folks.
4. Gavin Harrison. Impeccable timing and placement, great ear for music.

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Larry Mullen. Just fuck off. Hasn't played anything decent since God Part II and is dead weight in U2 nowadays.
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Larry Mullen. Just fuck off. Hasn't played anything decent since God Part II and is dead weight in U2 nowadays.


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I don't really notice drummers in band usually but the ones that I like

Lars Ulrich
Keith Moon
Max Weinberg
Larry Mullen
and I can't think of the name right now, drummer from Queen
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Add Caroline Corr to my list of faves.
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Old 03-16-2007, 01:22 PM   #25
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Steve Shelley from Sonic Youth. The man is tight.
Larry Mullen has declined a lot. At his best, though, his beats aren't hard, but his arrangements and dynamics and creativity are quite good. Same with Nick Mason.
Tool and Smashing Pumpkins drummers are nice.

Anyone remember when Larry's drumpart for a song actually had 8 or 9 changes? I think we're down to 1 now...
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I quite enjoy watching Travis Barkey play the drums
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the drummers I like aren't necessarily virtuosos. I'm not interested in ten minute drum solos. my favourite drummers are able to make memorable beats. Beats that get stuck in your head and really make a song. That's why i like a lot of hip-hop/rap too, even if the lyrics suck.

Larry Mullen Jr.

Early 80's stuff is possibly his best, along with Pop.

Matt Tong

currently my favourite drummer. Pioneers FTW! The Prayer, Hero, Tulips, Rhododendrons, Where is Home?, Sunday, Hunting for Witches, Banquet...

Mitch Mitchell

It's quite a feat to be noticable when you're playing drums for Jimi Hendrix.
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Jack Irons gets no love here, but I think he's great.

Peart. Only drummer I ever really focus on when seeing the band live.

Collins.

Ulrich.

Bonham.

Moon.

Drummer from Catherine Wheel.

Cameron.
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Old 03-17-2007, 04:50 PM   #29
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It's hard to notice bad drumming, but I found the drumming for Counting Crows to be pretty weak - especially on their first album.

Collective Soul had noticeably generic drumming I thought.
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