While I already had the chance to listen to [lastfm link_type="artist_info"]Travis Barker[/lastfm]‘s upcoming album, Give The Drummer Some, most people haven’t heard anything from it besides the first two released tracks “Can A Drummer Get Some” and “Carry It,” which both feature a slew of hip hop artists.
Today, Travis decided to send over one of the few KROQ-esque tracks that made the album, called “Saturday Night,” which features [lastfm link_type="artist_info"]The Transplants[/lastfm] and [lastfm link_type="artist_info"]Slash[/lastfm], to Stryker for an exclusive KROQ world premiere. If you’re unaware, The Transplants are one of Barker’s side projects involving Tim Armstrong of [lastfm link_type="artist_info"]Rancid[/lastfm] and their longtime friend Skinhead Rob.
The song has a very different sound than what you may be expecting, but the Spanish-style guitar noodling of Slash in the background mixed with the vocals of Armstrong and Rob actually works very well together. Give it a listen after the jump, you’ll be glad you did.
Give the track a listen and let us know what you think in the comments section.
Travis Barker – “Saturday Night” ft. The Transplants & Slash
Like what you’ve heard so far? Pre-order Give The Drummer Some, due out March 15th on Amazon.
Some instant feedback on the song:
@gigglesesp: @kroq @transplantsband @travisbarker awesome song!!! Loved it! Can’t wait for @travisbarker ‘s new cd!
@DavidOjeda182: Yo just heard saturday night from the Transplants on @kroq yo @travisbarker that sh*t was dope i love the track homie
@transplantsband: Thank you @TedStryker & @kroq! #SaturdayNight #GiveTheDrummerSome
@Diazorn201: Great song! @kroq saturday night by the @transplants was so good
@billybsk: listenin to @transplantsband right now on @kroq !! good shit #saturdaynight
@JVP_CRTS: Just caught a new sick @transplantsband song on KROQ. #saturdaynight
Give The Drummer Some Official Track List:
- “Can the Drummer Get Some” ft. Lil’ Wayne, Rick Ross, Swizz Beatz & The Game
- “If You Want To” ft. Pharell & Lupe Fiasco
- “Carry It” ft. RZA, Raekwon & Tom Morello
- “Knockin’” ft. Snoop Doog, Ludacris, E-40 & Dev
- “Jump Down” ft. Cool Kids
- “Devil’s Got A Hold of Me” ft. Slaughterhouse
- “Let’s Go” ft. Lil Jon, Busta Rhymes, Twista & Yelawolf
- “Saturday Night” ft. The Transplants & Slash
- “Cool Head” ft. Kid Cudi
- “Raw Sh*t” ft. Tech N9ne & Bun B
- “Just Chill” ft. Beanie Sigal, Bun B & Kobe
- “Beat Goes On” ft. Cypress Hill
- “On My Own” ft. Corey Taylor (Deluxe Edition Only)
- “Don’t F*ck With Me” ft. Paul Wall, Jay Rock & Korrupt (Deluxe Edition Only)
- “City of Dreams” ft. The Clipse & Kobe (Deluxe Edition Only)
- “Misfits” ft. Steve Aoki (Deluxe Edition Only)
Listen to “Can The Drummer Get Some” and “Carry It,” watch the video for “Jump Down,” and check out some Q&A with Travis at the link below:
[Review] Travis Barker’s “Give The Drummer Some” Listening Party, Q&A Session, Track List