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Discussion in 'The Okie Corral' started by python1340, Jan 22, 2005.
I love the intro to "Davidian" by Machine Head.
Try "6:00" (six o'clock) by Dream Theater. Short drum intro, but it gets me pumped.
Hot for teacher. Van Halen
Honor Thy Father - Dream Theater
Hot For Teacher- VanHalen...Classic
simple yet sweet - Power Station "Some Like It Hot"
When the Lvee Breaks. Best (and one of the easiest) drum grooves EVAR!
Didn't they just steal that from the Beastie Boys "Rhymin' and Stealin'"? Frigging samplers......
KIDDING OF COURSE!
"We will rock you" -Queen
"Ultimate sin" -Ozzy Osbourne
Killing Fields - Slayer
The drum intro to GN'R's "You Could Be Mine" on Use Your Illusion II is pretty cool.
I never really liked Slayer since the 80's, but damn, that track is good enough to buy the CD for. Paul Bostaph is an excellent drummer.
"Down with the Sickness" -Disturbed
She Loves You by The Beatles. IIRC, that was possibly the first R & R record to ever use a drum intro. Very short yes, but still cool.
i guess you forgot "Wipe Out" -- that was out a couple years before She Loves You.
The Ronettes - Be My Baby
...I get chills when I hear that. Phil Specter was a genious.
"More of that Jazz" by Queen
No one has mentioned Hans Zimmer and the GLADIATOR SOUNDTRACK???
"The Might of Rome" on the Gladiator soundtrack is out of this world...the drum into is INTENSE!
D'yer Maker by Zep. Very short, very sweet.
got two to pick from, carter beauford (dmb) #36 from live at red rocks
or ricki rockett from poison off the "swallow this" live album thats a long one, might just be one song in itself on the album