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Discussion in 'Bassists [BG]' started by Demon, Apr 15, 2006.
Are there any where it works well? If ye can link ,please do
I'd call Primus hard rock.
suicidal tendencies and infectious grooves
Faith No More
I SWEAR I hear Stefan Fimmers of Necrophagist slapping on his intro to "Only Ash Remains."
Might just be me.
Early Incubus: Fungus Amongus, Enjoy Incubus, S.C.I.E.N.C.E.
Track 6 on Fungus Amongus, Speak Free, is insane
At first I didn't like this song, but every time I hear I like it even more... What a bassline! Classic Warwick tone too.
He didn't use a Warwick on that album... and Warwick tone is TOTALLY different than "Speak Free" bass tone.
Don't laugh but... VERY early slipknot...
Download Do Nothing/Bitchslap...
Slipknot: M.F.K.R - Do Nothing/Bitchslap
KoRn: Follow The Leader - Freak ON A Leash and All IN The Family
Agreed. Some of my favorite music of all time...
God I can't believe no one mentioned Infectious Grooves, with Robert Trojillo! Check them out if you can find some of their material. They were around back in the 90's and were funky as hell.
Someone did mention Infectious Grooves. I don't have an album by them I've heard it a few times and IIRC Guano Apes bassist does some slap lines here and there.
Wow, i had no idea early slipknot used slaping;P Cool, gotta check it sicne theyr one of my favourite bands;D
Rage Against the Machine- Take The Power Back
Nope. I can play that, no slapping involved at all.
listened to bitchslap, the song aint really that good, but i see that slapping works really well with heavy music;D Cool^^ Thanks for the help.
Ryan Martinie of Mudvayne in the first two albums on Epic. He does do some slapping on Lost and Found, but only on one song. Also, the bassist from Bionic Jive did quite a bit of slapping, as did Jean Baudin in Element of Surprise (although most of the bass is tapping).