In this latest Loud List, we pay tribute to Disturbed vocalist David Draiman by sharing these 10 Unforgettable Moments!

It’s hard to believe, but Disturbed have been around for 20 years. During that time, the band has released six studio albums, five of which have debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200. Disturbed’s career has had many peaks, so we rounded up some of our favorite David Draiman moments.

We start off with a clip from our very own ‘Wikipedia: Fact or Fiction?’ segment with Draiman, where he hilariously denies he came up with the famous “Down With the Sickness” “Ooo-wah-ahh-ahh-ahh” noise after a trip to the Chicago zoo. In a different Loudwire interview, Draiman sounds off on politics, sharing his disdain for the current political system and “that idiot with the fake hairpiece.”

Draiman is never afraid to call out a disrespectful audience member, as he did during a festival gig where a corpsepainted kid and his friends were giving Disturbed a hard time. Disturbed has also butted heads with a number of bands, including Good Charlotte for an on-air diss via MTV. You’ll see Draiman’s response to the pop-punk band in this compilation.

There’s plenty of performance footage here too, like the time Draiman sang a Led Zeppelin track with Steel Panther and basketball legend Dennis Rodman, so check it all out in the Loud List above!

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