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Message started by domingo on Apr 4th, 2011 at 11:21am

Title: One In A Million live song comparison between the 3 drummers
Post by domingo on Apr 4th, 2011 at 11:21am
I have noticed that there are differences in the way The Romantics perform the song "One In A Million," depending on which drummer is playing with the band. The three different drummers I am referring to are Brad Elvis, Clem Burke and Jimmy Marinos.

When Brad Elvis performs the song, I noticed that The Romantics start the first verse slowly with only Wally playing rhythm guitar at first. When the chorus starts, each of the members kick in and play the song together. In some ways, my first reaction was that this new way of playing the song is almost semi-acoustic, due to the lack of other instruments until the chorus starts.

When Jimmy Marinos used to play the song live with The Romantics, they performed it the same way as they normally do on the album. When Clem Burke plays the song, he performs it the same as Jimmy. I know that Clem still does it the same way as he did in the early 2000s, because I saw him play it in 2010 a city concert event The Romantics did for the School Of Rock.

Title: Re: One In A Million live song comparison between the 3 drummers
Post by kjwalkman3 on Sep 28th, 2011 at 3:50pm
One In A Million live song comparison between the 3 drummers



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Title: Re: One In A Million live song comparison between the 3 drummers
Post by domingo on Dec 12th, 2011 at 10:26pm
What you say makes no sense. I suspect you are a spammer, probably hired to post spam messages on public message boards in an attempt to sell products. I would never buy something from you because I don't trust you and you probably don't even know who The Romantics are or listen to their music.

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