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Metal drummers are often overlooked... Technically Dave Lombardo, he of the impossibly fast double-bass drumming for Slayer, is rather good, but I love Igor Cavalera of Sepultura, who used shitloads of Brazilian and Amazon Indian influences in his drumming.


Igor Cavalera is a sensational drummer! Arise by Sepultura is my favourite "metal" album of all time...



Marilyn Mansons "Beautiful People" is also worth a mention -



Both albums, Arise and Guns, God & Government are pure quality.



This is not the original mix but l'm sure if anyone has been to a Klub over the last 15yrs, you would have come across this?


YouTube - Cave - Street Carnival (Max Walder Remix) [www.clubowe.pl]



Pure drums...

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Toad- Cream. Ginger Baker at his best. Listen and learn..............

Also Soul Sacrifice-Santana, the Woodstock film version. 18 year old drummer, Michael something, brilliant......................

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New world man by Rush

Cult of personality - Living Colour

Everything little thing she does is magic - The Police


Most things Neil Peart and Neil Portnoy does are pretty fab , maybe Neil is a good name for drummers ?

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*Up pull the Mong Police*


"In the van son".


Would rep if I could but gotta spread it!


This guys drumming is insane, he's influenced by jazz and it's kind of like Reni has reappeared in a metal band when listening to him. Brann Dailor :



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Perfect answer. In The Cage, Supper's Ready, Firth of Forth etc,etc.


Well done Mr Stouffs.


Firth of FIFTH mate, sorry, all this stuff better LIVE with Phil Collins and Chester Thompson together, check 'Seconds Out' for some of the best drummin EVER

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Just to add with this tune, the riff from 3:30 onwards is possibly one of the greatest I've ever heard.

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