Music stuffs... metal

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    What bands do that?

    and i agree, some jazz artists are amazing, as well as blues ect..

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    I both agree with you, and see some flaw in what you say indigo! It depends on what they play though, and how they play it!

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    If you're talking about meshuggah, their tempos are relatively slow.

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    I was speaking in general on what I've observed of some fast metal players. I like music that I can listen to several times and break down into drums, guitar, base, etc etc. Some metal I've heard is just so jumbled I cant tell drums from a kazoo.

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    I agree with you on that on indigo! it's nice to be able to pick out instruments from a song, without having to guess. Kinda like ingredients in a good meal i guess.

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    http://video.google.com/videoplay?do...&q=dragonforce

    at 3:25 or so there is crazy guitar playing .

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    That's how some people like it, aka grindcore.

    I personally like to listen to metal because I experience the song as a whole, I can't pick out the guitars or bass or anything.

    Quote Originally Posted by Wraithan
    http://video.google.com/videoplay?do...&q=dragonforce

    at 3:25 or so there is crazy guitar playing .
    i can't get over how cheesy that band is

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    On an unrelated note I was watching some drum solos of the drummer for Dave Mathhews band and wonder if there are drummers that good in metal bands.

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    what is cheesy about them?

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    I'm going to say probably on that one indigo. Do you have a video of the drummer? the drummer from Led Zeppelin was a beast!

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    it's hard to compare since they play completely different styles

    fusion is cool

    danny carey, thomas haake, and neil peart are great drummers though

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    I wonder if Ethic will be happy to see a non-computer related thread on the GD

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    Carter Beauford is his name. I saw an article where he got a drumstick stuck in his eye during one of his solos. In one of his solos he does some crazy stuff, plus his setup is pretty badass.

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