OK - We've had everything else, but not our favourite drummer!!! Scott Travis - Priest: Listen to 'Painkiller'. This guy brought Priest into the '90s! Nigel Glockler - Saxon: The Ultimate Saxon drummer! He could come out with so many different styles that you can't quite put him in a category. Yet, it was this broad range that helped Saxon survive the eighties and make it through to the next decade. Unlike many drummers, his input was a huge influence on the band's sound and style. His best moments came on P&G, Crusader and Unleash The Beast. Come back, Nige! Bill Ward - Sabbath: like Geezer on the bass, never over-played or under-played. A true stoned professional! John Bonham - Led Zepp: people go on and on about Page, but I believe that this guy was what made Zeppelin special! Listen to Led Zep stuff and it's Bonham who is driving the song! Cosy Powell - loads of bands!: the ultimate Drum For Hire. He never over-played, yet you could always tell it was Cosy!! Check out Rainbow's 'Light In The Black'! Neil Peart - Rush: He is The Professor. He makes the impossible possible. He is regarded by other drummers with a God-like awe, yet he can still kick ass in Rock! Just remember to pick your chin back off the floor after listening to 'Farewell To Kings'! Nicko McBrain - Maiden: He is one of those blokes that you see in a pub and is regarded as an insane - but funny - nutter! His drum style comes across in the exact same way. He shines on 'Piece Of Mind'!! Phil Rudd - AC/DC: The ultimate rock-solid drummer with no frills. He is 'rhythm' personified. Loads of drummers could learn from him in the method of "STOP OVERPLAYING AND STICK TO THE BLOODY SONG!!!!" Bill Bruford - Yes: Like Peart, but without the Rock-Edge. I always though he was a weird hybrid of Peart and Phil Collins before he sold his soul and became a tosser!