Old 5th November 2003, 08:31   #41
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Old 5th November 2003, 09:25   #42
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That's one drum!!! But isn't Japan also the home of:



The Casio RZ-1. The perfect drummer, it doesn't need its own roadie.
I dont like those things.

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Old 5th November 2003, 09:39   #43
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Yeah, but you're a drummer. I can say but one thing:

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Old 5th November 2003, 09:45   #44
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I took that into accout as I was posting......yer I just dont like the electric way, not my style.

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Old 5th November 2003, 09:55   #45
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Alot of bands use both. A bit of traditional drumming can be complimented with a machine effect, I suppose it depends on what you're after. Incidentally, 2 of my favourite bands who started with drum machines later employed drummers (Pop Will Eat Itself and Carter USM).

Supposedly the Casio 808 was the best drum machine of it's time, the band '808 State' even borrowed the name.

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Old 5th November 2003, 10:24   #46
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In SlipKnoT, one of the band members uses something like the Casio there, but I'm pretty sure its not one of those,he's the sampler in the band but i've looked everywhere and I can't find out what a sampler does, he uses a Yamaha "Emulator". But I dunno.

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Old 5th November 2003, 21:31   #47
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Old 5th November 2003, 23:28   #48
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Could have just locked the thread, or merged it, Egg. Easier.

Surprised no-one has made any crap fast food references so far.


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Old 5th November 2003, 23:54   #49
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Wilgar Campbell from the Rory Gallagher line up.

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Old 6th November 2003, 00:35   #50
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Could have just locked the thread, or merged it, Egg. Easier.
Done! Threads merged.
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Old 6th November 2003, 07:38   #51
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NOONE HAS HEARD OF KEITH MOON?????!!

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Old 6th November 2003, 07:42   #52
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Ive heard of him, he's the drummer in The Who, I thnik.

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NOONE HAS HEARD OF KEITH MOON?????!!
He has been dead for 25 years sid.

But still,

NOONE HAS HEARD OF KEITH MOON?????!!

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My dream Kit. =D
Color: #31 Jet Black
w/ black hardware
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10x8 tom
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Sweet, I had no idea Marilyn Manson played for SlipKnot.

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Chad Wackerman, Dale Bozzio both late of Frank Zappa's bands and recordings.
Actually it's Terry Bozzio. Dale Bozzio is his ex-wife and she was the singer for Missing Persons.

Here's my favorites:

Neil Peart (greatest drummer ever)

Virgil Donati (solo and Planet X, most incredible feet of any drummer alive and just killer overall)

Danny Carey (tool)

Billy Cobham (solo, Mahavishnu Orchestra)

Terry Bozzio (zappa, missing persons, bozzio-levin-stevens)

Simon Philips

Phil Collins

Mike Portnoy (dream theater, O.S.I., liquid tension experiment)

Jim Keltner (studio drummer extraorinaire)

Rod Morgenstein (dixie dreggs, platypus, winger)

Jeff Porcaro


there are many more that are slipping my mind at the moment but the ones listed above are the creme de la creme IMO.
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Terry Bozzio (zappa, missing persons, bozzio-levin-stevens)
He also did a great job on the UK album Danger Money
UK are
Eddie Jobson
Terry Bozzio
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Old 28th November 2003, 13:05   #59
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Bill Bruford also drummed for UK (I think Terry Bozzio replaced him later).
Wasn't Allan Holdsworth (gtr) also in UK, at some point?

btw, I'd already pointed out Watadoo's mistake in the post straight after

Impressive list there though!

Simon Phillips
Amongst many other projects, was co-drummer/percussionist on Mike Oldfield's 'Crises'
(the finale of the title track being the highlight. Truly awesome!)
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It took its time until Mike Portnoy appeared here ...
He's one of my favourite drummers. He played his best on the liquid tension experiment albums.

Others are
Terry Bozzio
often mentioned - of course ... drummer from tool.
mike mangini ("mr. magic hands"). - on youtube you can see his world record in "single strokes per minute".

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Richard D. James
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Mike Portnoy anyone?

Only ONE person has mentioned him, yet he is one of the most successful and influential drummers of today!

Also, Gavin Harrison (Porcupine Tree) is good.
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Old 20th September 2007, 23:22   #65
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John Dolmayan - System of a Down
John Bonham - Led Zeppelin
Terry Bozzio - Frank Zappa
Mike Portnoy - Dream Theater
Dave Lombardo - Slayer
Danny Carey - Tool
Lars Ulrich - Metallica
Roger Taylor - Queen
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Definatly Mitch Mitchel, Dave Grohl (sp?) and, hmmmmm I dunno, don't usually listen to the dumming myself, more of a guitar fan.
I'm revising my list (in no particular order):

John Bonham
Mitch Mitchel
That bloke from Tool

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