Albums with god-tier percussion
>inb4 here we go
Szobel by Hermann Szobel has a similar sound and better drumming, imo.
>God tier percussion
That's like saying Aphex Twin has great guitars.
I love amok, it's a shame it's not discussed as much.
Mike Clark is my favorite fucking drummer
Some of the most enjoyable drumming in a song ever bros
Yeah the drum sound is pretty cool. I heard it was pre set garageband drum tracks or something.
TUW has pretty good drums too. I love how the drums get real heavy on Cropsey.
Some people didnt like the snare on Deathconsciousness but I think it is pretty sharp which is a good thing.
they're noise pop now and rely mostly on minimal programmed drums
I agree. Head Hunters also has some of the best drumming I've ever heard.
Jorge Ben's 70s albums usually have great percussion; especially on pic related and on Ben.
Get Colour still had heavy drums. I wouldnt be so quick to compare their soundtrack material to the next album they'll do.
Im sure there'll be dance elements but just wait and see. Eveen if the drums do get softer and more electronic he still did some great stuff on their previous releases.
I'm not talking about Get Color tho
nigga where have you been the last 5 years
Every snare drum sounds like a bone snapping, works perfectly with the music.
DOO TCHH DOO TCHH DOO TCHH DOO TCHH DOO TCHH DOO TCHH DOO TCHH DOO TCHH DOO TCHH DOO TCHH DOO TCHH DOO TCHH DOO TCHH DOO TCHH DOO TCHH DOO TCHH DOO TCHH DOO TCHH
>You're jumping the gun my friend
I think you're in denial a little bit
I'm not complaining anyway, I love both styles they've represented
Yeah I know about the soundtracks. Oh shiit, just found out USA Boys wasnt a remix track. I hought the entire Health::Disco2 album was justr reemixes
They playGoth star live with real drums
keyboard is fuckingup
Not an album, but they blew me away with this one
you might get into some of these:
Well every Who album until Face Dances (for obvious reasons)
This revolutionized western music's understanding of percussion and rhythm. It rejected the masturbatory and flamboyant tendencies of rock drummers of the time, inspiring contemporary drummers to gradually do the same. It laid the rhythmic foundations for hip-hop, punk, new-wave, grunge, post-rock, proto-two-step, and anti-chillwave. It's hard to imagine what drumming would be like today if it wasn't for this album.
Prove me wrong. You probably can(t).
I was already familiar with Cheval de Frise, and I think the drumming was better on their first album. The other two were also good, but didn't found the drumming to be that impressive.
Now I'm going to check the other videos, and thanks a lot for posting them!
Cool album. It's not really that revolutionary though.
Also, I think Frank Zappa was involved with this. The story behind the album and the release of TMR one year after The Shaggs, using similar elements, and produced by Zalla himself probably isn't a coincidence.
You're acting like rock didn't get continuously more flamboyant after 1967. Also, I have serious doubts about this album's legacy, only Zappa cites them as an influence. It's a fun, interesting album, but it's really just 3 girls being forced by their dad to do something they have no idea how to do.
posting this because the drummer is the only reason to listen to this CD really
Why has nobody posted this yet??
Thor is a fucking beast, the live version of Oxygen in p4k festival is fucking awesome