If you have access to multitrack files of the songs you can do it easily.
You can't easily isolate individual elements from a mixed track, but you can separate frequencies for a kind of fake approach.
For example, you can use the very low frequencies to isolate your kick drum, the very high frequencies to highlight cymbals, etc. You can do this manually using the EQ effects within After Effects, precomposing the audio track and using EQ filters in the pre comps for each frequency iteration.
The Trapcode SoundKeys plugin does that very thing all in one plugin, so if you don't mind spending a few dollars it will make life much easier.
Yeah I bought all of it just now. Any chance you could point me in the right direction with a youtube video?
If that's your screen shot, I don't know if have to do much of anything. Audio Spectrum splits up audio into frequency ranges as-is. Vocals are in one frequency range, so you see them in one part of the spectrum. Bass drum kicks are way lower -- you'll see them someplace else.
Soundkeys does a lot of cool stuff, but you might find you don't need it very much.