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Favorite drum intros

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Going to a Go-Go - Smokey Robinson & the Miracles

Over The Mountain - Ozzy Osbourne

Stargazer - Rainbow

Led Boots - Jeff Beck

Scatterbrain - Jeff Beck

Rock and Roll - Led Zeppelin

Pursance - John Coltrane

How Sweet it is To Be Love By You - Marvin Gaye

Run to The Hills - Iron Maiden

Overkill - Motorhead

Stay Clean - Motorhead

Go Let It Out - Oasis

Uptight (Everything's Alright) - Stevie Wonder

Dirty Movies - Van Halen

just to name a few

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Everybody Wants Some!! - Alex Van Halen, love that junglesque beat with Diamond Dave swinging in on the vine!

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"Good Morning Little School Girl" - Johnny Winter And (Bobby Caldwell)

"Pure and Easy" - The Who (Keith Moon)

"Punk Jazz" - Weather Report (Tony Williams)

Edited by dazedcat

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"Honky Tonk Women" - The Stones

"Rock and Roll" - Zep

"When the Levee Breaks" - Zep

"We will Rock You" - Queen

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Aside from Zeppelin and many of those listed above in this thread:

Pictures of Home - Deep Purple.  On the Classic Albums series Roger Glover described Paice's intro there as "pure madness"

Aerosmith - Lick and a Promise

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I was reminded of this one recently at the drag races - top fuel nitromethane burning dragsters.  Years ago my brother said at the races from now on whenever you hear this song you will think of a dragster at the starting  line idling just before the light turns green.   Below the song I put a compilation of dragsters warming up.

 

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