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Old 08-02-2013, 05:02 PM   #1
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My top 50 favorite drum songs

This is a post that I made on Facebook, and I figured I'd post it here also and see what sort of input you guys have. I'm not a drummer by any means, I just like good music and talented musicians.

As I listen to music much of the day at work, I find myself concentrating mostly on the instrumental elements of the songs. The first thing I notice is usually the guitar work. There are plenty of guitar solo collections out there, but I couldn't really find any collections of impressive drum work. So, based entirely off of songs I have on my iPod, I decided to put together a list of my top 50 favorite drumming songs.

Here is a link to a continuous playlist of all 50 songs: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list...E669Yk5RyufxA8

1. Bat Country – Avenged Sevenfold
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IHS3qJdxefY
Drummer: The Rev
When I first had the idea of doing this list, I knew this song would be somewhere near the very top. That drum fill that first shows up at 15 seconds is one of the nastiest pieces of drumming I've ever heard.

2. Toxicity – System Of A Down
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bWSxELGNShk
Drummer: John Dolmayan
This song was always going to be either number one or two. Again, the early drum riff in this song makes me stop what I’m doing and start banging on whatever I can find.

3. Radar Love – Golden Earring
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4AD5fX4sveo
Drummer: Cesar Zuiderwijk
This Dutch guy can drum like a madman. Unlike the first two songs, this one starts of a little more tame. It's definitely still a good beat, but after the guitar solo is when the drumming just gets dirty. 3:50 is the sweet spot.

4. Hocus Pocus – Focus
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NGaVUApDVuY
Drummer: Pierre van der Linden
Two Dutch bands in a row. This song is probably my favorite overall song on this list. Every instrument has a fantastic part to play in this song. If I made a list of favorite guitar songs, this one would be right at the top. This song would also top my favorite yodeling songs list. Just listen to it. Also worth a listen are the live version which they play at ludicrous speed, and the various cover versions. Helloween, Foo Fighters, Iron Maiden, and Marillion all do awesome and almost always hilarious covers. I'll post some of these covers as “bonus material.”

5. Painkiller – Judas Priest
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nM__lPTWThU
Drummer: Scott Travis
What the…I don't even...What? Talk about ludicrous speed again. Definitely watch some live versions and drum covers of this one so you can see what all is involved in that opening explosion of activity. Truly impressive drumming.

6. Tom Sawyer – Rush
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U7DFsBcVMDA
Drummer: The Professor, Neil Peart (Pronounced Peert, not Pert)
Anyone who's surprised to see Rush on this list should just stop reading. Neil is THE drummer and Tom Sawyer is THE drumming song. I can't help but do some air drumming or steering wheel banging when the part after the guitar solo comes up, and I love watching Neil in this video.

7. Karn Evil 9 – Emerson, Lake, and Palmer
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eZcYP00b2FI
Drummer: Carl Palmer
This song just has a fun feel to it from the very beginning, and one of my favorite drum solos right in the middle. You gotta see the show, it's a dynamo!

8. Toad – Cream
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RpGi8M44cP8
Drummer: Ginger Baker
Alright, I’m cheating a little here. This song isn’t actually on my iPod. I knew that Ginger Baker was an awesome drummer, but my iPod is lacking when it comes to the Cream filling. This particular song is basically a 5 minute drum solo bookended by some short guitar and bass riffs. I like how each drum beat just flows right into the next, but it’s never predictable. From frantic Keith Moon style drumming to smooth Buddy Rich jazz, this one has it all.

9. 21st Century Schizoid Man – King Crimson
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Ubc5_owhl0
Drummer: Michael Giles
Here, we hear Greg Lake in his pre-Emerson, Lake, and Palmer singing. And of course we hear some great drumming too. There is so much going on with this song, but the drums are consistently awesome.

10. Frankenstein – Edgar Winter Group
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gfQbkFp16cw
Drummer: Johnny Badanjek
Here's an instrumental piece where everyone gets their chance to shine. Great guitar work trades off with exceptional drum fills and solos. This is another one that I like to bang along to.

11. YYZ – Rush
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5nmOMo4OPi4
Drummer: Neil Peart
Man, I could make a whole list of Rush songs. Ahh YYZ. Airport code for Toronto Airport, and morse code -.-- -.-- --.. makes up the opening bell sounds and much of the theme of the song. Some more of the trio's best instrumental work.

12. In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida – Iron Butterfly
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=urGHap53sgA
Drummer: Ron Bushy
This song is basically seven minutes of music and lyrics around a ten minute drum solo. The solo itself is a minimalistic solo, but it really has an awesome groove to it.

13. The Dance Of Eternity – Dream Theater
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-dSztjpJNNk
Drummer: Mike Portnoy
It's really hard to choose Dream Theater songs for this list cause they are all so spot-on. This song is very technical and I've read it has something like 110 time signature changes. Mike is the man. Too bad he's longer with DT.

14. Ticks And Leeches – Tool
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RelR85j09XY
Drummer: Danny Carey
I liked one YouTube commenter who said “Danny Carey must be part octopus.” I love the opening parts of this song, and it just doesn't let up from there. This is another one of my favorite overall songs. Even when he's not doing nutty drum fills, the drums seem to carry the song. I think perhaps my favorite part is the drumming at the end of the song.

15. La Villa Strangiato – Rush
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UNilsLf6eW4
Drummer: Neil Peart
Rush's slightly lesser known instrumental starts soft and then builds with a hi-hat with a souped up tempo (LOL Vanilla Ice). This song has many different movements (shown in the video) featuring some of Alex Lifeson's greatest guitar work, Geddy's “slappin' da bass”, and of course more of Neil's mastery. The “Monsters!” riff gets stuck in my head for days.

16. Space Truckin' – Deep Purple
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hHOrpFeXUao
Drummer: Ian Paice
The simple beat that drives this song is inexplicably strong and the solo towards the end showcases Ian's skills and speed.

17. Hot For Teacher – Van Halen
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-4GZFbCqx18
Drummer: Alex Van Halen
Speaking of speed! Sounds like a Harley Davidson at idle at the beginning. Everything about this song is fast. I think the Van Halen brothers made a wise choice when they decided to swap instruments as kids. Eddie started out on the drum kit and Alex started on the guitar, but they eventually switched and Eddie became one of the greatest guitarists ever, and as we can hear, Alex was no slouch on the skins either.

18. Say Goodbye – Dave Matthews Band
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0Df5dmYvmB4
Drummer: Carter Beauford
I really like this song, and I'm not a huge DMB fan. I know DMB has some really good drum songs, but this is the only one I know, and I do love the drum part. This song is about two friends who, just for one night decide to be “more than friends.” It was suggested to me by a friend years ago, and if she meant it as some sort of hint, I totally missed it.

19. Fire – The Jimi Hendrix Experience
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pnRiXxBmKBY
Drummer: Mitch Mitchell
While obviously more known for guitar skills, The Experience had a powerful, jazzy drumming style that does well to accompany Hendrix’s wailing guitar. Fast drum fills span this song from start to finish.

20. By-Tor And The Snow Dog – Rush
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2UU62UcP_BA
Drummer: Neil Peart
This has long been one of my favorite Rush songs. Neil does a fair bit of soloing near the middle before the long break, and the rest of the song is spot on too.

21. Won't Get Fooled Again – The Who
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SHhrZgojY1Q
Drummer: Keith Moon “The Loon”
Here’s another song with a long break in the middle. Keith’s best drumming comes just before and after the break in the form of one of my favorite bits of soloing in some short blasts of drum fury. This is another one of the songs that make me start drumming on whatever’s in front of me.

22. Aja – Steely Dan
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FWfQTY_K-_o
Drummer: Steve Gadd
Now we go from the frantic drumming of Moon to the precision of Steve Gadd. It’s no wonder Steely Dan would choose Steve Gadd to do drumming work for them as Steely Dan are well known for being perfectionists in the studio. The drumming here takes a little while to ramp up, but during and after the saxophone solo, it gets really good.

23. In The Air Tonight – Phil Collins
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6Mt0ee9FraQ
Drummer: Phil Collins
This one just HAD to make the list. The first half of the song is all slow drum machine stuff. Then, halfway through, this absolutely huge sounding drum beat kicks you in the teeth, and doesn’t stop from there. Classic.

24. Black Betty – Ram Jam
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R044sleOW6I
Drummer: Pete Charles
This one starts with a gong hit and leads into a bass drum intro. There are some pretty serious drum fills and solos in this tune. When it gets played on the radio, this song is edited down and they take out the best parts. Way to ruin it.

25. Big – Dead Letter Circus
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fyLF0YSZT8E
Drummer: Luke Williams
Here’s one from down under. There’s not a whole lot of soloing in this song, but the snare-heavy main drum riff is just infectious.

26. Time Consumer – Coheed and Cambria
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KWV1I_VMW4k
Drummer: Josh Eppard
Here we have another song that isn’t overly technical in its drumming. Instead, what we get from this song is a nice steady bass driven riff. I’ve loved the drums in this song since I first heard it many years ago. The simplicity just works in this one.

27. One Little Victory – Rush
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rMYDuPWHFAo
Drummer: Neil Peart
From simplicity, we go to one of Neil’s rare double bass drum parts. The beginning of this song features some of Neil’s faster work, and as we can expect from any Rush song, the rest of the song has a nice beat to it.

28. Inertiatic ESP – The Mars Volta
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vzRFlXbq-cY
Drummer: Jon Theodore
This song was a late addition, and not including it would have been a huge oversight. The drumming here is pretty frantic throughout, but my favorite part comes right in the middle with lots of movement around the drum kit including plenty of hi hat and snare.

29. Burn – Deep Purple
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LCnebZnysmI
Drummer: Ian Paice
Here we get a nice, fast tempo rock beat. There really aren’t any drum solos, but what puts this song on my list are the quick rolls throughout the song. And it’s just a good song.

30. Ramble On – Led Zeppelin
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uKVp-atyiVA
Drummer: John Bonham
The first Zeppelin appearance at number 30? And nope, it’s not Moby Dick. What I like about this song is the drum beat during the chorus. Those four bass drum hits combined with the groovy bass guitar line are enough to put this one on my list.

31. Smells Like Teen Spirit – Nirvana
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hTWKbfoikeg
Drummer: Dave Grohl
A mostly simple beat dominates for much of this song, but the multi-talented Dave Grohl throws some great sounding drum fills in this song. My favorite part is actually the very beginning.

32. The End – The Beatles
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0NBMqZo8U8Q
Drummer: Ringo Starr
Ringo may not have won any “Outstanding Drummer” awards, but he did have some shining moments. My favorite drumming from him comes during the solo spot in this song.

33. All Along The Watchtower – The Jimi Hendrix Experience
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TLV4_xaYynY
Drummer: Mitch Mitchell
Here's another appearance of a song more well known for its guitar work than drumming. Much like in Fire, this song has lots of fast drum fills with plenty of movement around the drum kit.

34. One – Metallica
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aSNJ00iAZ7I
Drummer: Lars Ulrich
Lars's drumming is always powerful, but it seem like it's stepped up a notch in this song. The last half of the song is pretty intense, especially when the blasts on the double bass pedal come in.

35. 6:00 – Dream Theater
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=55-yoflzRtE
Drummer: Mike Portnoy
Here's another one from my “other” favorite drummer. The intro to this song and the drum beat through the rest of the song and actually melodic. Mike throws in quite a bit of double bass blasts as well.

36. In Bloom - Nirvana
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R0AqE9dapV0
Drummer: Dave Grohl
This song is pretty low key for the most part, but Dave throws in some fast rolls and a couple great fills that come during and after the chorus. This isn't the last we'll see of Dave Grohl either.

37. First Date – Blink 182
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vVy9Lgpg1m8
Drummer: Travis Barker
Travis Barker is undeniably a fantastic drummer. This song starts of with a pretty epic drum fill, and there are plenty more to come. Highlights are the opening drum fill and through the first part of every chorus.

38. Great King Rat – Queen
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o2ZxV7wul8A
Drummer: Roger Taylor
Rarely did Roger get the chance to show off his skills, but you could always tell there was plenty of talent behind the drums. This song has a great, triplet snare beat for most of the first half, then the second half kicks off with some neat sounding tom-tom work. The very end of this song features a brilliant short solo with a fast roll to the fade out.

39. My Hero – Foo Fighters
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EqWRaAF6_WY
Drummer: Dave Grohl
Honestly, I thought Taylor Hawkins played drums on this song, but apparently, it was Grohl again. I love the way this song starts with that nice loud drum beat. This song is heavily driven by the bass pedal, and the drums sound pretty awesome all the way to the end.

40. War Pigs – Black Sabbath
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OGPD0ZBiMs0
Drummer: Bill Ward
This song is chock full of great drum fills, both slow fills, and faster roll-based fills. The drumming sometimes gets overshadowed by the guitar solos, but especially during the solos is when some great drumming take place.

41. Run To The Hills – Iron Maiden
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eDd-GXkMrJs
Drummer: Clive Burr
Oh boy, the bane of every wannabe drummer's Rock Band existence. This song features some very fast triplets basically for the entire four minutes of the song. Run for your lives!

42. Stone Cold Crazy – Queen
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mmt2mgmrSUw
Drummer: Roger Taylor
Here's some more great drumming from Roger Taylor. In one of Queens heaviest ever songs, Roger brings it with a fast beat which is heavily bass-driven.

43. Good Times, Bad Times – Led Zeppelin
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6TdDqv0qRqw
Drummer: John Bonham
This song has some really great, yet not over the top drumming. Again, we get a pretty bass-heavy drum beat, but the double bass hits during the last verse of this song are what puts it on my list.

44. The Grudge – Tool
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EiR1hmpk-x4
Drummer: Danny Carey
Right from the beginning, this song has a killer beat to it. At 1:15, I just get confused. The snare and cymbal hits stay at the same tempo, but the bass just doubles up and gets stupid fast. This happens a few times through the song, and I'm never any less baffled. Love this song.

45. Foreplay/Long Time – Boston
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BTFD5DZwK7g
Drummer: Sib Hashian
Ok, this one's here mostly for Foreplay. But what's Foreplay without Long Time? I love the fast snare and cymbal hits in the beginning. Long Time is pretty straight forward as far as drums go. After the transition from Foreplay to Long Time, this becomes more a guitar and vocals centered song, and it's one of my favorites.

46. Dyer's Eve– Metallica
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v6kb5fvv6_A
Drummer: Lars Ulrich
This song is pretty nutty. Lots of super heavy double bass and a fast beat take up most of the song. One of my favorite parts is in the beginning where the drum beat slows everything down and almost seems to freeze time before erupting in a fast thrash beat.

47. Detroit Rock City – Kiss
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iZq3i94mSsQ
Drummer: Peter Criss
This is just a good song, with an awesome drum beat from start to finish. Peter even gets a couple shots at a solo in this song.

48. Learn To Fly – Foo Fighters
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1VQ_3sBZEm0
Drummer: Taylor Hawkins
Here's is Dave Grohl's final appearance on my list, and he's not drumming this time. This song has a really fun drum beat to it, and there are also plenty of quick drum fills. The comedic value of the video is a bonus too. Watch out for Jack Black and KG, and all of The Foo either dressed in drag or other hilarious costumes.

49. Rock And Roll – Led Zeppelin
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0WzG64syKHA
Drummer: John Bonham
We've got room for one more from John Bonham, and this one is aptly named. I like the repetitive hi hat that takes up most of the song, but the real feature comes in the form of a solo at the end of the song and it absolutely has a Bonham feel to it.

50. Adam's Song – Blink 182
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2MRdtXWcgIw
Drummer: Travis Barker
I love the drums in this song way back when it first came out when I was in high school. Lots of hi points in this song including the cymbal hits through the verses and of course the fast drum fills everywhere else. The video is an added bonus with being able to see how badass Travis looks behind the drum kit.

I'll be shocked if anyone makes it to number 50, but if you DID, thanks! I had fun making the list, so even if you stuck with it for one song, thanks still. Leave a comment with any blatant omissions or opinions

BONUS VIDEOS!
Here are some bonus videos.
Various covers of Hocus Pocus:
But first, here's them doing it live at hyper speed (Worth a watch, even if just for the lead singer's facial expressions. You WILL laugh):
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g4ouPGGLI6Q

Marillion:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3_uOyHnHKeQ
Easily the best cover of a really hard song to cover, and this cover his hilarious.
Helloween:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=libSTHaE80A
Iron Maiden:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xbcTSTmqG9Y
Apparently Bruce can't yodel, so he ends up going Swedish Chef style instead.

Neil Peart's crazy drum solo called O Baterista from Rush in Rio. Is he not the greatest drummer who ever lived?:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e2l6tk-Q9VU

Dream Theater's Mike Portnoy doing his thing. Is he not the other greatest drummer?
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MEo2GUM4SFI

Some Porcupine Tree now. I wanted to include this in my list, but it's a live recording and the studio version just isn't as good. Dislocated Day:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gOOaHdzzHxs


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Old 08-02-2013, 05:15 PM   #2
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Excellent list you've got going here. I'm a guitar player myself, but I absolutely love good drumming. A few of my favorites include:

John Bonham. The bass triplets on Good Times Bad Times, performed with a single pedal, are simply amazing. Not many guys could pull that off with a double bass. Pretty much the inventor of the big, heavy drum sound. Bonzo was a big dude who played with "trees" for sticks.

Dave Grohl. The man is a fantastic musician in many facets, but really goes wild behind a drum kit. I love his QOTSA and Them Crooked Vultures stuff too, the drumming on No On Loves Me (Neither Do I) gets super heavy at the end.

Nathan Followill. Kings of Leon drummer. He's a surprise favorite of mine. For as much attention as the other Followills get, I think the eldest brother Nathan is the true leader of the band. You can clearly tell that his drumming holds the groove and the feel of the music, and actually leads the guitar/bass work on some songs.
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Thanks for the comment. I'm sure they are many songs I know and just forgot about that should be on this list. I'm sure down the road, I'll hear something and wonder why it didn't make my list.
I'm not real familiar with King of Leon so maybe in check some stuff out.
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Mr. Bill,looks like you took a lot of time/effort to put this list together. I'm not sure I would be able to narrow down a top 50 of any category for music..I think I like too many things. I was worried at first when I read the first two and was thinking "uh oh, just another metal guy listing fast and loud songs" but then your number three pick relieved my worries. Not many folks listen to those Dutch rockers lol so you gained some credibility and allowed me to view the rest of your list with less prejudice Radar Love is one of those songs that if it comes on the radio when I'm driving, I will end up either driving faster or my fingers turn into little steering wheel drum sticks.


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Excellent list you've got going here. I'm a guitar player myself, but I absolutely love good drumming. A few of my favorites include:

John Bonham. The bass triplets on Good Times Bad Times, performed with a single pedal, are simply amazing. Not many guys could pull that off with a double bass. Pretty much the inventor of the big, heavy drum sound. Bonzo was a big dude who played with "trees" for sticks.
I agree, loved his playing..especially live. He had a swing/groove to him that made his playing that more exciting..I love me some bonham fills too. If I remember, I'll see if i cant track down some yt examples

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Dave Grohl. The man is a fantastic musician in many facets, but really goes wild behind a drum kit. I love his QOTSA and Them Crooked Vultures stuff too, the drumming on No On Loves Me (Neither Do I) gets super heavy at the end.
Saw him with Them Crooked Vultures (stood second row, great view,) one of the loudest shows I've been to. He was a mad man behind that kit. Had sand bags on everything to keep them in place.
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Saw him with Them Crooked Vultures (stood second row, great view,) one of the loudest shows I've been to. He was a mad man behind that kit. Had sand bags on everything to keep them in place.
Incredibly jealous right now. I've seen Foo Fighters, and it was an incredible show, even though I was wayyy back in an amphitheater. As much as I love what the Foos do (and Taylor Hawkins is great drummer as well), I'd love to see Dave Grohl in his proper place behind a drum kit.
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That was on the list with In the Air Tonite.
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Phew, didn't see it my first read...that would have been a glaring omission. Nice list!
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