Originally Posted by DrumEatDrum
What baffles me is there is no criteria used.
Some are clearly higher on the list for technical ability, while others are ranked for importance in rock-n-roll history, and while others are for a combination of the two.
I mean, they have Mick Feetwood at 76. From a technical point of view, he's not even in the top 1000. From his impact on music as band leader, he's top 10.
But like Polly said, It's just a great big list of great drummers to check out.
exactly, the order here has really no good meaning to it, but........
"Thank god Sticks has been gagged. Peart at number 1......man, I couldn't stand to hear the grandstanding.......he'd be skiting til our ears bleed."
YES, at least they got one drummer right, BECAUSE NEIL PEART IS THE BEST DRUMMER EVER, AHAHA, I TOLD YOU GUYS HE'S THE BEST, MUHAHAHAHAHAHA