BlueMoonRising
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Best Bass Lines I've Heard
1Primus
Tommy The Cat

Just Fucking Unreal. It's as simple as that.
2DMV

Complex, strange, tapping. Very addictive.
3Tool
Schism

Catchy and eerie.
4The Pot

Upbeat, cool and drives the song.
5Rush
Vital Signs

Jammed full of great bass ideas.
6MALIGNANT NARCICISSISM

Kind of exotic, powerful.
7Headlong Flight

Geddy Lee playing to his max, whilst singing.
8Seven Cities Of Gold

A great Groove. Lee simply enjoying it.
9Primus
Golden Boy

Odd (As always) Makes you want to move, kind of worthy of head banging.
10Wynona's Big Brown Beaver

Just loopy.
11My Name Is Mud

Infamous Bass line which runs the song and is very dark.
12Extinction Burst

Strange and yet again different to anything else you'll hear (Maybe not that different for Primus, but compared to everyone else).
13To Defy The Laws Of Tradition

Just a great song throughout for the old piece of 4-string-furniture.
14Groundhogs Day

Really chilled then very heavy. Great.
15Rush
YYZ

Listen to the song and you'll know what I mean. What a bass solo.
16Primus
Natural Joe

Dark, kind of like My Name Is Mud but sounding less like... well, mud.
17Greet The Sacred Crow

loud and memorable.
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