Dare I call them a "one-hit-wonder?" One thing is certain, "All I Want" is, by far, their best song. One of my favorites back in the day when I'd be listening to KROQ in So-Cal. The drums are pretty straightforward and no-nonsense. There's a cool 16th-note hi-hat pattern in the chorus and for as melancholy as the song is, it's at a pretty fast tempo. Other than that, there's nothing special about the drums, but they sure are fun to play.
As for the vocals, I have no idea where these guys are from but the singer sounds like he could be English or Irish or something. But the way he moves up and down the scale is so seamless, and those melodies are so sweet and definitely etched in rock history. What a song!
I hope you enjoy my drum cover and karaoke performance of this one. Please let me know what you think in the comments!
Song: All I Want
Artist: Toad the Wet Sprocket
Album: Fear (1991 Columbia Records)
Original Drummer: Randy Guss
Original Singer: Glen Phillips
Music: Drumless Track via Moises
Take Count: 2
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