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    What are some artists that have albums full of just drum solos?

    I just got my Faital Pro W10N4-200 (10" midbass) installed a couple days ago & they're fucking fantastic!!! They kick my previously installed SLS 8s in the balls.

    Anyways, I just came back from driving around for the past hour listening to them with the sub turned way down or off to find out their capabilities. I was listening to some Manson, 1984, Disturbed, Hotel California, Rage, Dream Theater, & a few others. Then I started thinking... I wish there was an entire CD dedicated to drum solos so I wouldn't have to keep swapping out discs every couple of songs.

    This leads me to my question,

    Are there any percussionists out there that you guys would recommend that have a wide range of impactful drum solos?

    Thanks.

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    Focal disc number 3, track 11 is awesome for drums.

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    Neil pert - RUSH = http://www.youtube.com/results?searc...neil+pert&aq=1

    http://www.amazon.com/Rush-R30-30th-.../dp/B000BOH90Y

    The Deluxe Edition contains both of the aforementioned DVDs, but also includes the Frankfurt concert on two bonus CDs which are not available separately. The Deluxe Edition also includes two limited edition Rush guitar picks and a souvenir backstage pass.
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    Neil Pert is a drumming god. I have been listening to Rush since the 80's.....Yes I am an old fuck. Check this out. Porcupine Tree has some bizarre music.

    YouTube - Porcupine Tree "Fear Of A Blank Planet" HD

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    Great bass in some old Genesis.

    YouTube - Genesis Squonk

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    Quote Originally Posted by ou812 View Post
    I have been listening to Rush since the 80's.....Yes I am an old fuck.
    LOL. Youngster.

    I bought my first Rush album in 1974, and the last one in 1977. They got way boring to me after that. Well, except for appearing on "The Trailer Park Boys".

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    Slipknot drum solo live. I think its from Live at London

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    Not sure if you can just buy Haake on drums, but here's some speed....on time....and delivered with vengeance...for ya...



    Gavin Harrison (Porcupine Tree) has some solo stuff and a newer instrumental side project.



    Contact Steve Head (Audionutz). He'll have something good, guaranteed.
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    Thanks guys, good stuff so far. If y'all think of anything else feel free.

    Steve Head's a good idea. Shoot, he may even have a drum solo compilation already in place.

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