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Someone please move "I blew a metal drummer's mind in a session today!" back to drums
Old 6th January 2013
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Someone please move "I blew a metal drummer's mind in a session today!" back to drums

There's no reason for it to be here. We're having a serious discussion about technique and drum recording. There not a shred of moaning in the thread!
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