Sitting down to the Rock Band Drum Kit after a long day at work is one of the best ways to alleviate stress by hammering the pads and smashing your foot into the kick pedal, you'll also be able to build a band ensemble if you've not done so already.
Zavvi have the set back down at £9.95 again, pretty handy as The Hut have raised theirs again to £12.93, but you'll still be saving yourself a good £3.
Compared to some of the other drum peripherals on the market these are surprisingly simple and lack the cymbals that the Guitar Hero: World Tour kit came with, but they still get the job done.
Being a guitar player I know that the experience you get from the guitar peripherals isn't the greatest representation of the songs on the set list, sure it improves your finger dexterity and the speed at which you can hit the notes, but you'd still have to start from square one on a real guitar. However, all the drummers I've talked to have praised the way that music games simulate the actual experience, especially on the higher difficulty levels, and it's a great place to start from if you're considering learning the drums but don't want to fork out for a proper kit until you know whether or not you've got the required co-ordination.
If you've been locked out out of the band experience that music games provide because of how much the controllers cost, now's the perfect opportunity to start your path down the rock and roll road, just make sure you take advantage of the low price while it's still available.
Thanks to andywedge + arasma @ HUKD