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Europe "The Final Countdown" Everytime I hear this song, I think of the 2 minute drill in the 4th quarter of an NFL game...

Bon Jovi "You Give Love A Bad Name" Another song played a lot in the final minutes of an NFL game...

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When you're having a bad day cue this up, sit down, crack one open, spark one up, and close your eyes. Some of the best rock and roll boogie ever recorded, this is the entire album so don't start it if you don't have some time on your hands...the music doesn't start for 45 seconds, it's live.

I give you "Little Feat-Waiting For Columbus"

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XHTI3ZCCnb4                                                                                                    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3BZUjAIXPXU                                                                                                                         

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Okay apparently, this site/software is acting waco again... :sigh:  It's not my computer....It's a software glitch or something.

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A new drum cover from Fumie Abe....Japan's crowning percussion jewel...."Hand Of Blood"[bullet For My Valentine] She is so fluid with her transitions better than most marching bands I've heard. Great snare drum work!

 

http://youtu.be/GUjgWRZ8iLw

 

 "Go Your Own Way" [Fleetwood Mac Cover] A fun number to play actually....

 

http://youtu.be/t03vvI-I-xc

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I really enjoy doing dual comparisons of the same exact song. Meytal Cohen "Waking The Demon" followed by Fumie Abe's percussion version...Both great renditions IMO... :worthy: :cool:

Fumie has more speed & raw power though....I am always found of heavier material with lighting fast speed especially on drums...

http://youtu.be/Mnog8dWeIlU

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acoustic Megadeth w/ Cristina Scabbia Lacuna Coil 'A Tout Le Monde'

 

http://youtu.be/WXuKi0enVlU

 

Megadeth Cover 'A Tout Le Monde' It's actually harder to sing a song in French or a foreign language than it looks while still maintaining tempo. 

 

 

 

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