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schist 03-23-2008 12:00 PM

Advanced polyrhythmic techniques applied to a Nirvana song
 
http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=0XrN0zZEGOY

Meshuggah better watch their backs, cuz there's a new game in town!

Rhodri 03-23-2008 12:11 PM

Re: Advanced polyrhythmic techniques applied to a Nirvana song
 
sorry but that is the funniest thing i've ever seen XD

spartacus1989 03-23-2008 01:48 PM

Re: Advanced polyrhythmic techniques applied to a Nirvana song
 
I know I have no right to judge, but that drummer has lost all means of tightness.

aydee 03-23-2008 02:14 PM

Re: Advanced polyrhythmic techniques applied to a Nirvana song
 
There is something very beautiful about being so out and being so totally unaware about it.

gusty 03-23-2008 02:54 PM

Re: Advanced polyrhythmic techniques applied to a Nirvana song
 
I dont get it...
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razorx 03-23-2008 03:00 PM

Re: Advanced polyrhythmic techniques applied to a Nirvana song
 
and i thought that this was bad http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=QAMyQd...eature=related

hawk9290 03-23-2008 03:06 PM

Re: Advanced polyrhythmic techniques applied to a Nirvana song
 
the proper way to make a Nirvana cover in a different style:
http://youtube.com/watch?v=txVSX_DOrpI

That Guy 03-23-2008 07:10 PM

Re: Advanced polyrhythmic techniques applied to a Nirvana song
 
Ok, I'm going to go and drink now.

Deltadrummer 03-23-2008 07:36 PM

Re: Advanced polyrhythmic techniques applied to a Nirvana song
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by hawk9290 (Post 422029)
the proper way to make a Nirvana cover in a different style:
http://youtube.com/watch?v=txVSX_DOrpI


I think this answers the proverbial question, "should I go to the Blue Note tonight?"

zambizzi 03-23-2008 07:55 PM

Re: Advanced polyrhythmic techniques applied to a Nirvana song
 
...just

...awesome

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TopCat 03-23-2008 09:33 PM

Re: Advanced polyrhythmic techniques applied to a Nirvana song
 
Holy freaking awesome.

Muffled Tom 03-23-2008 11:38 PM

Re: Advanced polyrhythmic techniques applied to a Nirvana song
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by hawk9290 (Post 422029)
the proper way to make a Nirvana cover in a different style:
http://youtube.com/watch?v=txVSX_DOrpI

I'd read about these dudes doing this in Jazz magazine. I'd never seen them play this though.. pretty sweet!

schist 03-24-2008 05:27 AM

Re: Advanced polyrhythmic techniques applied to a Nirvana song
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by razorx (Post 422026)

Haha, if killer vocals are your thing, then this is for you: http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=ybDCObQRRM4

hauk 03-25-2008 02:12 AM

Re: Advanced polyrhythmic techniques applied to a Nirvana song
 
I could not get to the end of any of the above... Classic.

fourstringdrums 03-25-2008 04:47 AM

Re: Advanced polyrhythmic techniques applied to a Nirvana song
 
Dear god. Is the drummer in the first version in a time warp or something? I've seen the second one before. I don't know if I'm more disturbed by how bad it was or the fact that some stuff I did at that age was that terrible.

My wife walked in while I was playing the first, and keeping in mind that she has no opinion usually regarding how good a particular band is usually, says "What in the hell are you watching?"

schist 03-25-2008 05:58 AM

Re: Advanced polyrhythmic techniques applied to a Nirvana song
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by fourstringdrums (Post 422503)
Dear god. Is the drummer in the first version in a time warp or something? I've seen the second one before. I don't know if I'm more disturbed by how bad it was or the fact that some stuff I did at that age was that terrible.

My wife walked in while I was playing the first, and keeping in mind that she has no opinion usually regarding how good a particular band is usually, says "What in the hell are you watching?"

Heh, I reckon we should post the first video as a sticky in Drum Technique and refer all the folk who think they're terrible drummers to it.

burnthehero 03-25-2008 06:20 AM

Re: Advanced polyrhythmic techniques applied to a Nirvana song
 
There doesn't exist an adjective to describe how horrible that was.

SLEEPY BRiGHT EYEZ 03-25-2008 08:14 AM

Re: Advanced polyrhythmic techniques applied to a Nirvana song
 
I can't believe the guitarist didn't stop and say something. If I were in his shoes, my head would have exploded. And then my guitar.

TheGroceryman 03-25-2008 11:45 PM

Re: Advanced polyrhythmic techniques applied to a Nirvana song
 
You wanna see bad?? Heh, this is the worst i've ever heard... they're a band in my school, and by no means are they the epitome of the musicianship of our school....we actally have some gifted kids in our school, so yeah.... this is very rare....

http://profile.myspace.com/index.cfm...endID=83210961

Muffled Tom 03-26-2008 12:09 AM

Re: Advanced polyrhythmic techniques applied to a Nirvana song
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by TheGroceryman (Post 422769)
You wanna see bad?? Heh, this is the worst i've ever heard... they're a band in my school, and by no means are they the epitome of the musicianship of our school....we actally have some gifted kids in our school, so yeah.... this is very rare....

http://profile.myspace.com/index.cfm...endID=83210961

LOL the trumpet oh my god

KLittle123 03-26-2008 12:12 AM

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This thread is awesome!

kellycurrie 03-26-2008 05:20 AM

Re: Advanced polyrhythmic techniques applied to a Nirvana song
 
We all started somewhere...

aydee 03-26-2008 05:22 AM

Re: Advanced polyrhythmic techniques applied to a Nirvana song
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by kellycurrie (Post 422858)
We all started somewhere...

Not from there : )





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fourstringdrums 03-26-2008 06:04 AM

Re: Advanced polyrhythmic techniques applied to a Nirvana song
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by kellycurrie (Post 422858)
We all started somewhere...

Yup, just like the drummer started a whole half measure early.

GetAgrippa 03-26-2008 06:21 AM

Re: Advanced polyrhythmic techniques applied to a Nirvana song
 
Call it a syncopated un-rhythm. Sort of like Seven Up the Un-Cola!! hee, hee.

Matt-a-tat-tat 03-26-2008 08:16 PM

Re: Advanced polyrhythmic techniques applied to a Nirvana song
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by TheGroceryman (Post 422769)
You wanna see bad?? Heh, this is the worst i've ever heard... they're a band in my school, and by no means are they the epitome of the musicianship of our school....we actally have some gifted kids in our school, so yeah.... this is very rare....

http://profile.myspace.com/index.cfm...endID=83210961


are you kidding me these guys rock. i made their song 'my problems' my myspace profile song. ha ha! they're way better than fall out boy, that's for sure.

Tutin 03-27-2008 03:23 AM

Re: Advanced polyrhythmic techniques applied to a Nirvana song
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by hawk9290 (Post 422029)
the proper way to make a Nirvana cover in a different style:
http://youtube.com/watch?v=txVSX_DOrpI

I think Eric Roche did a far better interpretation of it. The guy was amazing. Wait for the Wah scratching sound he somehow manages to get perfect using an acoustic, it baffles me.

http://youtube.com/watch?v=_zxZcUrfX0o

slingerland755 03-27-2008 04:11 AM

Re: Advanced polyrhythmic techniques applied to a Nirvana song
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by aydee (Post 422014)
There is something very beautiful about being so out and being so totally unaware about it.

Another good one from Abe.

Mediocrefunkybeat 03-27-2008 07:47 PM

Re: Advanced polyrhythmic techniques applied to a Nirvana song
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Tutin (Post 423196)
I think Eric Roche did a far better interpretation of it. The guy was amazing. Wait for the Wah scratching sound he somehow manages to get perfect using an acoustic, it baffles me.

http://youtube.com/watch?v=_zxZcUrfX0o

That was pretty special. Check out Micheal Hedges for the real deal with these techniques mind.

The wah sound is probably his fingernail tips against muted strings. Very impressive.

stasz 03-29-2008 03:45 AM

Re: Advanced polyrhythmic techniques applied to a Nirvana song
 
The official "no talent" thread-- I like it.

Here's my official contribution: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EGtTblTR0YU

Mediocrefunkybeat 03-29-2008 12:32 PM

Re: Advanced polyrhythmic techniques applied to a Nirvana song
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by youenjoy00myself (Post 423913)
The official "no talent" thread-- I like it.

Here's my official contribution: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EGtTblTR0YU

Officially hilarious. Brilliant.

drumr0 03-29-2008 02:11 PM

Re: Advanced polyrhythmic techniques applied to a Nirvana song
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by schist (Post 421995)
http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=0XrN0zZEGOY

Meshuggah better watch their backs, cuz there's a new game in town!


It reminds me of the first Bill and Ted movie!!

aydee 03-29-2008 02:20 PM

Re: Advanced polyrhythmic techniques applied to a Nirvana song
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by youenjoy00myself (Post 423913)
The official "no talent" thread-- I like it.

Here's my official contribution: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EGtTblTR0YU

How sweet it is........Yech

lewisn27 04-01-2008 06:58 PM

Re: Advanced polyrhythmic techniques applied to a Nirvana song
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Matt-a-tat-tat (Post 423036)
are you kidding me these guys rock. i made their song 'my problems' my myspace profile song. ha ha! they're way better than fall out boy, that's for sure.

ill agree to that!!

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TheGroceryman 04-03-2008 03:47 AM

Re: Advanced polyrhythmic techniques applied to a Nirvana song
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Matt-a-tat-tat
are you kidding me these guys rock. i made their song 'my problems' my myspace profile song. ha ha! they're way better than fall out boy, that's for sure.

ill agree to that!!

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Really...?
and i dont get how that clarinetist is bad...the song is beautiful.

stasz 04-03-2008 05:16 AM

Re: Advanced polyrhythmic techniques applied to a Nirvana song
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by TheGroceryman (Post 425836)
Really...?
and i dont get how that clarinetist is bad...the song is beautiful.

Hey, he's not so bad when you're getting a root canal.

gusty 04-12-2008 01:22 PM

Re: Advanced polyrhythmic techniques applied to a Nirvana song
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by schist (Post 421995)
http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=0XrN0zZEGOY

Meshuggah better watch their backs, cuz there's a new game in town!

Bahahahaha

These kids are sooo rock and roll.

Check out the bassist between 3:40 and 3:50.

FourOnSix 04-12-2008 06:36 PM

Re: Advanced polyrhythmic techniques applied to a Nirvana song
 
owww. i don't know wether that was my spleen rupturing from sympathetic vibrations, or if i just died a little inside. not sure...

This is the kind of stuff you see when your strapped to a chair in a Clockwork Orange

PQleyR 04-12-2008 07:24 PM

Re: Advanced polyrhythmic techniques applied to a Nirvana song
 
Could I be egotistical and offer my own horrible noise for consumption?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sHmtfiNn0xk

This is me and my sister, in front of real people (I'm on guitar).

Polymetrix1618 04-13-2008 11:52 PM

Re: Advanced polyrhythmic techniques applied to a Nirvana song
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by schist (Post 421995)
http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=0XrN0zZEGOY

Meshuggah better watch their backs, cuz there's a new game in town!

Wow, I really like their version of the song. It's so innovative, tons of talent. Incidentally, my favorite drummer is this guy.


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