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Probably computer-generated drums, not a wild-eyed Keith Moon 1970's type drummer pounding out a bone-jarring sound.

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Thats my opinion also. Just listen to Ginger Baker from Cream playing Toad to hear what drums are supposed to sound like. Or even Cheap trick playing Aint it a shame.

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How does the sound of the new drums compare to the sound of the Indian's drums when they had your wagon train surrounded, Koop? :rolleyes:

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Thats my opinion also. Just listen to Ginger Baker from Cream playing Toad to hear what drums are supposed to sound like. Or even Cheap trick playing Aint it a shame.

ginger baker...ain`t that the truth.....

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drums used now are exactly the same today. Funk music today also has real and loud drums. Today's rock does too. Don't compare one music style with another. Electro does not use drums but uses drum machines. That's just the way it is.

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Actually they are not, as I played drums for quit a while. Many bands are using electronic drums, in which each drum is a sensor pad, and not a true acusticly vibrating instrument.

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You may or may not like Blondie, whether you do or you don't doesn't matter, if you want to hear drumming listen to their cut "Dreaming", and just listen to the drum playing by Clem Burke, and yes he played it the same way live. I bet he was one tired fellow after they played that one. He doesn't let up during the whole song.

But he is a pro and has been doing it for a long time in a few different styles.....Ramones, Blondie, The Romantics...........helluva skin pounder.

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One must not forget the stylings of Neil Peart of Rush. Now that's drumming!

That's what I'm saying..........Rush, Cream, The Who, Queen.........when drumming sounded good.........not like the stuff today.

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Keith Moon and Billy Cobbham were pretty good drummers in their day. Today, I'm kind of impressed with the drummer for Alabama 3--pretty rock'n stuff

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i think that drums are definately changing.......one example......which i do make references to often....CKY...lol......this is what RS said:

"rapid-fire guitar lines; punchy, gritty drums; lyrics about suburban alienation"

.....i happen to like the rapid fire......quick hit drums.......these guys definatly dont use electronic pads, i doubt Jess Margera would go for an artificial sound at all...since they criticize it....

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Keith Moon and Billy Cobbham were pretty good drummers in their day. Today, I'm kind of impressed with the drummer for Alabama 3--pretty rock'n stuff

which one? (they've got two, LB Dope and Sir Eddie Real) :)

ps, Duuuu-uuuuuude...i can't help but noticed you've been converrrrted :lol:

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