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Favorite Singers Ranked
10The Devin Townsend Project

devin townsend: o man......its fucking hevy devy. just listen to a devin townsend song and then a strapping young lad song and youll know why he deserves to be here *best performances: aftermath, the way home!, more!
Demon Days

damon albarn: the guy almost single-handedly behind gorillaz. he is an extremely versatile singer, which is necessary to keep up with the genre-hopping and mixing that goes on in gorillaz. whether its indie, 80s pop, trip hop, or anything else, he always complements the music perfectly. a creative genius with a great voice to boot *best performances: on melancholy hill, stylo, el manana, feel good inc
8System of a Down
System of a Down

serj tankain: id argue that he has the most recognizable voice in music. honestly. besides maybe ozzy. serj's arabic(?) accent, insane note choices, and overall spastic delivery set him apart from every other singer out there. he really knows how to calm down and sing softly too, but his signature over-the-top delivery is what makes him, and SOAD in general, so great *best performances: toxicity, chop suey, violent pornography
7Pink Floyd
The Dark Side of the Moon

david gilmour: absolutely classic singer from a classic band. could be on here for his lyrics alone, but he also has one of the greatest voices in rock. if youre on a music wesbite, you should really already know this, though... *best performances: time, hey you, wish you were here
6Against Me!
Reinventing Axl Rose

tom gabel: ok so he's a girl now.......but for all intents and purposes he is TOM GABEL here, for that's who he was when he gave his greatest performances. the acoustic EP and against me!'s first 2 albums contain some of the most energetic, emotional, and often pissed off vocals ive heard, and without gabel they would quite honestly be nothing. he's got an extremely unique voice, and not to mention he is a pro at writing a good hook. for punk vocals at their very best, see the acoustic EP *best performances: those anarcho punks are mysterious, cliche guevara, pints of guiness, reinventing axl rose, searching for a former clarity
5Iron Maiden

bruce dickinson: ACES HIIIIIIIIIIIAAAAAAAIIIIGH!!!!!!!! enough said *best performances: aces high, the evil that men do, run to the hills
In Rainbows

thom yorke: the things this man does with his voice often transcends what vocalists are "supposed" to do. from their more vocal-driven songs (exit music, fake plastic trees) to their songs where his voice is merely another instrument (bloom, weird fishes, reckoner), he always gets it right. extremely talented and creative frontman, but you already knew that *best performances: exit music, idioteque, jigsaw falling into place
3Brand New
The Devil and God are Raging Inside Me

jesse lacey: generic pick? ok, but justified. really one of the best singers in modern music. you can hear the emotion behind every word he says, especially on this album. he can go from a near whisper to a pitched scream on the dime, and his note choice is just awesome. lyrically....well, you know *best performances: jesus, you wont know, the boy who blocked his own shot
2The Dear Hunter

casey cresenzo: while the dear hunter isnt one of my all-time favorite bands, this guys voice is just amazing. if you haven't heard it, just listen to one of their songs and you'll know. his quiet subdued voice is great, when he really belts it out, its just magic. great poetic lyrics too, always visual and interesting. (even better live, btw.) *best performances: 1878, this body, the collapse of the great tide cliffs, the inquiry of ms terri
Blackwater Park

mikael akerfeldt: the man has the voice of an angel and the growl of a demon. both styles are amazing in their own right, but its how he uses them together that makes it so effective. ridiculously talented......oh does this while also being the primary songwriter and guitarist in the band. *best performances: the drapery falls, ghost of perdition, burden
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