Top 10 Best Rock Drum Performances

Tom Sawyer" by Rush (Neil Peart: Neil Peart's drumming on "Tom Sawyer" is complex, dynamic, and technically impeccable, showcasing his prowess.

Won't Get Fooled Again" by The Who (Keith Moon: Keith Moon's explosive drumming on "Won't Get Fooled Again" is a tour de force of energy.

War Pigs" by Black Sabbath (Bill Ward: Bill Ward's drumming on "War Pigs" combines power and nuance.

Rosanna" by Toto (Jeff Porcaro: Jeff Porcaro's "Rosanna shuffle" is a testament to his groove and finesse.

In the Air Tonight" by Phil Collins (Phil Collins: The iconic drum break in "In the Air Tonight" is one of the most recognizable moments in rock.

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Moby Dick" by Led Zeppelin (John Bonham: John Bonham's solo in "Moby Dick" is a masterclass in power, precision, and creativity.

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Hot for Teacher" by Van Halen (Alex Van Halen: Alex Van Halen's drumming on "Hot for Teacher" is fast, intricate.

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Aja" by Steely Dan (Steve Gadd: Steve Gadd's drumming on "Aja" is sophisticated and intricate, featuring polyrhythms.

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Good Times Bad Times" by Led Zeppelin (John Bonham: The innovative use of bass drum triplets in "Good Times Bad Times.

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YYZ" by Rush (Neil Peart: Another masterpiece by Neil Peart, "YYZ" features complex time signatures.

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