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    Give the Drummer Some - Travis Barker

    Anyone going to buy/download this CD?

    Heres a link to the steams of it.

    http://www.myspace.com/98809369/music/albums/17460870


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    Quote Originally Posted by spliff(TONE) View Post
    **** no. **** is absolute trash. Saw those fools perform on Conan about a week ago; most embarrisingly, awful attempt at music I had seen in a while.
    No idea what this guy is talking about... I would much rather listen to this CD than a ton of other rap music that is released today... I thought it was pretty good... Travis sounds great on the drums as always and the features are crazy.

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    Travis Barker is dope on the drums he has some serious talent. I have heard a few cuts and will try and download the album...PS - who uses Myspace?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jetsguy View Post
    Travis Barker is dope on the drums he has some serious talent. I have heard a few cuts and will try and download the album...PS - who uses Myspace?
    I googled Give the Drummer Some preview and that popped up.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Mochalman View Post
    I googled Give the Drummer Some preview and that popped up.
    ha not intended at you but at Travis Barker and his promoting of the album

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    I like the song with Cudi. Dope.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BroadStBullies View Post
    I like the song with Cudi. Dope.
    ya me too....prob my fav one on the album

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    Let's Go (Busta Rhymes, Twista, Yelawolf, Lil Jon) 4.25/5
    If You Want To (Lupe Fiasco & Pharrell) 4/5
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    Quote Originally Posted by spliff(TONE) View Post
    Barker eats balls. Listen to some Neil Peart or John Bonham if you want to hear a real drummer.
    You're a ****ing moron.

    I'm assuming you've never picked up a pair of sticks in your life, because if that's not the case, you have some sort of serious mental deficiency.

    Great drumming didn't disappear in 1980. There are still some exceptions to the tremendous majority of mundane garbage that's out there, and Travis Barker is absolutely one of them.

    He tends to surround himself with some less than ample musical talent, but that doesn't take away from his own skillset. The man works absolute magic with a kit.





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    Hmm...doesn't sound like the Transplants I remember.
    The chorus sucks in that song.

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    Barker is OK. I will admit I don't care for him much. Mike Portnay, Matt Cameron, Dave lombardo, Vinnie Paul are some great drummers still rocking out today that would eat Barker up for breakfast.

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    Not sense Tommy Lee has there been a drummer as popular than Travis. He has set himself up quite nicely business wise as well. Most educated drummers will tell you though that he is extremely over-rated and really could use a lot of work on fine tuning his skill.
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