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  • Singer: Scream
  • Album: Banging The Drum
  • MP3: 1868 mb | FLAC: 1465 mb
  • Released: 1987
  • Style: Hardcore
  • Rating: 4.4/5
  • Votes: 536
Scream  - Banging The Drum mp3 flac

The case could be made that SCREAM were Bad Brains j. but they also bring in a melodic anthemic Clash influence perhaps & also a 70's classic rock thing. Banging the Drum goes even further into mystical hard rock (think THE CULT's Love) & pop without losing the excitement of their more hardcore material. This is a unique record & a unique time for music where hardcore & punk bands started 'expanding their sound', which inevitably bummed people out. I for one love these more adventurous records.

More albums from Scream: Fumble by Scream. View all albums . Banging The Drum. 5. Mineshaft Burning. 6. The Rhythm Beating. 8. Walkin’ By Myself. 10. The Sing-It-Up Kidz. More albums from Scream: Fumble by Scream.

Scream (2) ‎– Banging The Drum. Label: Dischord Records ‎– Dischord 25. Format: Vinyl, LP, Album. The case could be made that SCREAM were Bad Brains j.

Features Song Lyrics for Scream's Banging the Drum album. Scream - Banging the Drum Album Lyrics. 1. Walkin' By Myself Lyrics. 2. When I Rise Lyrics. Scream Lyrics provided by SongLyrics. Do you like this album?

Banging the Drum is an album by Scream released in 1986 through Dischord Records. Banging the Drum" – 0:55. People People" – 5:15. Nod to the East" – 0:59. Mineshaft Burning" – 3:33. The Rhythm Beating" – 4:20. Feel Like That" – 5:09. Walking by Myself" – 3:48. The Sing It Up Kidz" – 4:18. All songs written by Scream. Franz Stahl - Guitars, Vocals, acoustic guitar on "When I Rise".

This album has an average beat per minute of 108 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 108/108 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Banging the Drum. BPM Profile Banging the Drum. Album starts at BPM, ends at BPM (+0), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Scream.

It's a bit of a stretch to talk about seeing Scream in terms of pre- Dave Grohl on drums and post-, since the band had been having darn good fun in its early form just fine. As Banging the Drum shows - certainly while the group's earlier smash-and-bash roots were showing at points, and drummer Kent Stax was competent rather than suddenly fantastic, there's always room for a band that can hold its own while expanding its reach just enough. Three songs breach five minutes or come close, while the shorter numbers, like the title track, with its distanced drums and semi-gang shout.