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Old 12-17-2006, 11:46 PM
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i dnt think it works...good drummer though, just recently saw him with iron maiden, amazing!
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Old 12-17-2006, 11:50 PM
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I tried to access from my post and I reach the url, what's your problem?
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Old 01-17-2007, 08:01 AM
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Hello!
I'm launching new pages with photos of fans with Nicko McBrain soon. If you want send me your pic and I'll publish it! The e-mail is the contact page of the site.
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Old 03-22-2007, 09:56 PM
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Hello Nicko Mcbrain

Ego is very big iron maiden fan.

ego see very loosely and drag on iron maiden consert!

but ego not drag off mother:(

ego is from norway bronnoysund.

my father is death father death 2003:(

iron maiden is beast band for ever!

you have greet to Bruce, Janick,Dave,Adrian and Steve!


are you MSN? my adress is skummlenissen93@msn.com

please bearning to me!

ego see all iron maiden albums.

are you homepage?

were much see your drumset?

ego is not home page.

ego is very not god to english and ego see you see me!

ego from norway.

Your drumset is very very coold!

IRON MAIDEN IS BEAST!

ego see you answer me!

please answer me to e-post! me e-post adress is skummlenissen93@msn.com


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Old 03-22-2007, 10:03 PM
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Double-bass Nicko don't. need no stinking double-bass LOL.

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Old 03-22-2007, 11:58 PM
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hi all...

first of all he is one of the best heavy metal drumers ever ! his style is unique. also he is very talented and very flexible at his playing...i was lucky to have the chance to see him live in athens on amolad tour on 11/3/2007 ... his drums and cymbals were amazing escorted by his fantastic playing...as matter of fact his right foot...he trully is fast but not on the wicker man..jeez wats so great about that ? even i can play it.. his speed can be seen somewhere else..i was amazed when i saw/hear him on rock in rio 2001 playing the dream of mirrors (maybe its on studio version too)...i really dunno how he's doing that...Also listen to the Out of the silent planet...just hear the bass on the last chorus...yeah ..thats 1 foot only ... if somebody really know how he manage to that pls imform me ..

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Old 03-23-2007, 05:58 PM
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I know how Nicko plays that riff. I can play it myself to a certain degree. First thing that you have to understand about Nicko's Bass drum technique is that his Pedal is very tight indeed and his input to the pedal is very light indeed. I have clips of video's done at drummer live clinics in london and I was also there and what amazed me is how light on the pedal he is, when you practice this you can come up with some amazing riffs. The pattern on dream of mirrors is an old riff I first heard it on Caught somewhere in time and Evil that men do. He simply speeded it up abit you can also here it in the Trooper recently in the Guitar solo section. It is an old Bonham trick where on a rock beat you play double kick in between the Hihat or ride and the snare. When you do it fast with it sounds like the Bass drum is playing with the ride as well and doing a triplet but it isn't.

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Old 03-24-2007, 12:32 AM
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:'( thx alot but i still cant understand it exactly...I see you think its same as Evil that men do but on dream of mirrors and out of the silent planet he do it non-stop much faster (than Evil that man do) could you shoot a video or something ...or send a link with that trick...thx anyway
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Old 03-24-2007, 07:02 AM
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Nicko McBrain is the king of the hill! He's one of the most distinctive drummers I know, and he does really complex grooves. I'd rate him in the same class as Mike Portnoy. I'm quite surprised that only recently a thread was started on him. He's not like other drummers who display the same grooves, rolls, etc. Here are my favorite drummers of all time:

Nicko McBrain
Mike Portnoy
Ray Herrera
Derek Roddy
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Old 04-03-2007, 06:01 AM
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Nicko's playing has a lot of energy which i love. Songs like Aces High or even some slower ones like Brave New World. His fills are fun to play too
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Old 04-03-2007, 06:39 AM
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Nicko is #1. He is one of the influences that got me into drumming. I love his fills and the way he uses the ride cymbal
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Old 04-06-2007, 02:52 AM
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I look up to Nicko. He's one of a few drummers that got me started>
So what do u guys think of him?
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Old 04-06-2007, 04:15 PM
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I love the intro to "Two Minutes To Midnight"...Nicko is the shizzle!
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Old 04-08-2007, 06:18 AM
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he's why i started without him i woulnt be a drummer and thad be lame
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Old 04-17-2007, 02:44 AM
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My band played John Paul Jones Arena this past Saturday for a U.VA. party.
OK>>>Guess who showed up at the gig....YEP, Nicko "Hello mate!" I couldnt believe it. He sat in on my kit and was he smooth. I thought he would probably come up on stage and smash the crap out of my set but he only broke a stick! His playing was precise and clean. ( and fast ) A really nice guy too. He said the band (IM) is putting togeather a tour very soon.
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Old 05-12-2007, 07:19 PM
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just ran across this on youtube.

niko teaching drums. love the accent and the basic honesty of this legendary drummer and wonderful guy ... enjoy

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AiReZ...related&search=

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MrzpJ...related&search=

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=epyL1...related&search=

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NL9-C...related&search=

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bTc40...related&search=

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GSnny...related&search=
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I love Nickos skill and technique, he's the sort of player that you can learn from easily.
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Old 10-30-2007, 01:39 PM
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im seeing iron maiden in February, cant wait to see Nicko in real life! hopefully he'll give me a drumstick that i can treasure for all eternity
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Old 10-30-2007, 03:12 PM
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I like Nicko McBrain. Maybe it's just me, but I can sense a real influence from Bonham in his playing. Excellent drummer, a real pride.
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Old 01-30-2008, 05:00 AM
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Where Eagles Dare...need i say more...
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Old 02-01-2008, 01:42 AM
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I know how Nicko plays that riff. I can play it myself to a certain degree. The pattern on dream of mirrors is an old riff I first heard it on Caught somewhere in time and Evil that men do. He simply speeded it up abit you can also here it in the Trooper recently in the Guitar solo section. It is an old Bonham trick where on a rock beat you play double kick in between the Hihat or ride and the snare. When you do it fast with it sounds like the Bass drum is playing with the ride as well and doing a triplet but it isn't.

Hope this helps you.
Yes, a good example of the technique your talking about would be Bonham on Achillies Last Stand. Only not as fast as on the Maiden tunes.
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Old 02-06-2008, 04:15 AM
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Nicko is the werid thing in drumming ever,
Whether it is the strange noise he makes when he gets tired, or his crazy patterns with just one foot! or the fact he is in 2008 but his haircut is lost back in the 80's, he is still one of those drummers who recreated the meaning of metal drummer.

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Old 02-07-2008, 04:08 PM
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WHAT DO YOU MEAN IT''S NOT A GONG.

PERHAPS YOU WOULD LIKE TO EMAIL PAISTE AND TELL THEM THAT
I think that might be possibly my favourite post I've ever seen on this forum.

Edit: I completely forgot why I came on this thread in the first place, I wanted to ask what people thought about Nicko's unusual counting-in. It seems like he always counts in at a different tempo to the song he's about to play, which to me seems very strange, but it seems to work. See 'Ghost of the Navigator' or 'The Clansman' on Rock In Rio for evidence of this.

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Old 02-23-2008, 11:31 PM
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I always tought Nicko's playing like a big band drummer in a rock context in the way he's doing his fills and the the way he set up the figure. There's a lot of Bonham bet there's a lot of Buddy too, I love his fills.
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[IMG]Hi Guys

I consider my self to be one of nicko's number 1 fans.

I have met him on numerous ocasions.

He has been my inspiration for drumming, and have based my own kit and playing around his style, im currently found the secret of nicko fast triplets when I spoke to him recently. And am making great progress with my dw5000 Nicko's main work horse.

My dream came true when I was able to play the grey sonor hitec kit from Somewhere in time tour (wasted years video, and more recently from here to eternity, and be quick or be dead video) ever since that day I wanted that kit.

Since last year I have been colecting through the internet and various other sources drums and cymbals, and am well on target for next year to have a full size Sonor Nicko kit of my very own.

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Old 04-02-2008, 05:57 PM
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[IMG]Hi Guys

I consider my self to be one of nicko's number 1 fans.

I have met him on numerous ocasions.

He has been my inspiration for drumming, and have based my own kit and playing around his style, im currently found the secret of nicko fast triplets when I spoke to him recently. And am making great progress with my dw5000 Nicko's main work horse.

My dream came true when I was able to play the grey sonor hitec kit from Somewhere in time tour (wasted years video, and more recently from here to eternity, and be quick or be dead video) ever since that day I wanted that kit.

Since last year I have been colecting through the internet and various other sources drums and cymbals, and am well on target for next year to have a full size Sonor Nicko kit of my very own.

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I loved that grey kit!....looked great.
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Old 04-09-2008, 09:18 AM
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Nicko is a legend!! i cant imagine Iron Maiden without him!

I had the pleasure of meeting the band while on tour here in Feb, however Nicko was sick so he never left the hotel and i missed out on meeting him!

His kit on this current tour is absolutely GORGEOUS!!
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I just love his way of playing, he has such nice flow to his beats.
I think he is one of the pioners in metaldrumming.
He is the reason why i started to play drums in the first place and he has really shaped my way of drumming.
Just love everytihng about him, his way of playing and offcourse his drumsets.
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Old 06-01-2009, 02:44 AM
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i always thought it would be cool to have a set up like Nicko's. its so uniqueand it looks so fun to play. I just want to be able to play 5 minutes so i can play with all of his toms! :)
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Nicko is a legend!! i cant imagine Iron Maiden without him!

I had the pleasure of meeting the band while on tour here in Feb, however Nicko was sick so he never left the hotel and i missed out on meeting him!

His kit on this current tour is absolutely GORGEOUS!!
I agree on Nicko's comment, nevertheless, Clive Burr deserves credit for it's great job with The Irons.
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I always tought Nicko's playing like a big band drummer in a rock context in the way he's doing his fills and the the way he set up the figure. There's a lot of Bonham bet there's a lot of Buddy too, I love his fills.
In addition, Nicko has a bit of Ian Paice, Neil Peart, Ringo Starr and Charlie Watts...believe it or not! He has mentioned before.
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Old 06-05-2009, 06:31 PM
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Happy B-Day to Nicko today. I believe he is 55 today. And still kicking ass.
Three great drummers b-days this month;
6-5; Nicko---55
6-7; Me---40...........great?....................decent?.... .......well ok!!!
6-9;(my favorite) Gregg Bissonette---50
Happy B-Day to us!! ; ^ )
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I watched Flight 666 last night and I was amazed at nickos foot speed they showed a shot of his foot during one of the songs and it was nothing but a blur. Inspiring to say the least.
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Old 06-08-2009, 05:51 PM
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Im surprised I haven't seen this thread before.
Considering that he is definitely an amazing drummer.

Probably one of my favorites.
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Yes Nicko's foot is something ....I think the tune you may be talking about is "The Wickerman"....16ths strong and steady.....decent bpm clip too!

Also since it's Maiden related.....I loved Clive as well, I always thought Clive had more memorable hooks and intros: Gangland, Run to the Hills intro and repeating run of the oddly placed 10" tom into the racks ...haha, The Prisoner, Ghengis Kahn, also the snare roll (singles) into the opening verse of Murders in the Rue Morgue to name a few....
Also many people think he played Wrathchild with two hands on the hats (16th notes) ...but was all right hand...needless to say the guys forearm had to be like Popeye's :)
I was surprised when I saw a video of them doing Wrathchild live at a wicked "brisk" tempo and there was Clive righthand only on the hats.

BUT I KNOW...Sorry ...I'm not hijacking the thread away from Nicko haha

Just ,making a point that while Clive had all those memorable hooky intros fills (and a bionic right arm)....Nicko will always have "Where eagles dare"...perhaps the most technical Maiden drum tune there is....well...I would say it's in my op easily the most difficult maiden tune. And Maiden like most bands play the songs a lot faster live (the ole' adrenaline) and the fact Nicko pulls off that crazy stuff on the bass drum is all the more impressive. I read somewhere that Live on Where eagles, Steve Harris wanted him to reinforce the bassline on some spots and asked him to consider adding a dbl pedal or another bassdrum. But Nicko said he wouldn't hear of it...so he shed and shed on the 3 and 4 stroke figures til he had them at his disposal....and ALMOST effortless.But the poor guy had to pull off a full triplet (the 3 strokes) over and over and in a few spots I recall 4 strokes ! starting on the "a" of 4....so (a 1 + a ) ....consistantly. And let's not forget the Intro and the syncopated broken triplet ride pattern...... And if all that wasn't enuff....THEY OPENED with that tune.... :)


Great under-rated drummer.
sorry make that DRUMMERS !

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Old 02-29-2012, 07:28 PM
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25 years ago when I first saw Maiden at Hammersmith Odeon (as it was then) Nicko inspired me to take up drumming. I got a Pearl Export kit and off I went. But, alas, along came the wife and kids and the kit went to pay for a new bathroom!

Twenty years later and I've seen Maiden more times than I care to remember. Went to Nicko's drum evening in London last November and I was right at the front of the stage. I positioned myself so I could see what his right foot was upto and it was immense. The final few moments of 2 Minutes To Midnight was incredible, as was his abridged version of Where Eagles Dare.

Now I have more time and money, he has inspired me and made me fall in love with drums all over again. Looking into a new Pearl VB kit.

One thing that left me agog was that he demo'd a new snare. I don't know if drums in the rock world have been made this way before but the shell had been taken from the centre of a log. It wasn't ply, it was solid timber. He said that Premier were looking at making a complete custom kit for him in this way. Imagine the wastage of timber and cost of such a kit.

As a carpenter and cabinet maker I can't help but wonder how a piece of hollowed out timber in the round, not matter how well seasoned, is going to cope with the changes in humdity and temperature as it goes from aircraft hangar to the humid Indian sub continent, the dry arid shores of Australia and then the freezing climes of Northern Europe.

Here's a picture of him from the drum show last November.

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Gotta love his shirt!
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Nicko is the man & I adore his drumming but he has to have the fattest,flattest nose in drumming..not hating just a joke..lol he does have mad skills.

plus I would love to have pint or two with him he seems like a down to earth guy.

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Old 03-01-2012, 06:16 PM
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Just a reminder: Iron Maiden tickets go on sale to the general public for their North American tour this Saturday morning: 3/3/2012 - 10 AM PST. Presale for fanclub started yesterday at 10 AM. Scored mine for the WA gig!

This tour is touted as covering material from the 7th Son of a 7th Son period (1988).

http://www.ironmaiden.com/tourdates.php
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Gotta love his shirt!
They were selling them at the show, I got meself one. They were also selling Spirit of Maiden snares that you could get autographed by Nicko after the show but I wasn't quite ready to shell out (no pun intended) my money just yet!!
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