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Top 10 Bands/Artists with Unique Vox

Not your common chanteur.
10Against All Authority

Danny Lore sings like he's streptococcus. The band is filthy, aggressive punk rock and it works.
9My Bloody Valentine

Reverb-ed reverb on reverberating reverb. It's reverb superb. Mad dreamy.
8The Doors

Jim Morrison's barked, crooned, and unpredictable vocals put to shame the likes of his contemporaries if you ask me. Also, just on sheer unpredictable-ness live he wins.
7Death From Above

Like, maybe not super unique, but the fact that it is constantly super distorted and all mucky and gross makes the sweaty dance punk sound even more schweddy.

Yeah the most mainstream and overplayed band on this list (Second to the Doors) but considering the fact that Geddy Lee was ruthlessly taunted for his vocals for so long and still became a member of Canada's greatest trio other than Robin Sparkles and her Space Teens cast is a feat in and of itself.
5Wu-Tang Clan

Because rap collectives need diversity and you have Method Man's laid back style or Ghostface Killah's violent aggressive sound. It's a beaut.

Whispering leading to SCREAMING back to talking to now YELLING now we screeeeeeech. Chino Moreno sounds like the unstable alcoholic father I never had after I hid his whiskey. I for one love it.

Well fuck me eh, I actually really like the Misfits. Danzig was a maniac, taking the croony style of 50's music and placing it over the horror punk a e s t h e t i c was something we all should be thankful for. Otherwise we'd have 6 billion Henry Rollins out there. Or maybe we already do.
2DJ Screw

You may be asking what the fuck this is, but rest assured the idea of slowing music down and lowering the pitch on vocals was not even partially well executed until the musical mastermind that was DJ Screw came along. Sip on some sizzurp to this why don't you, then you may get it.

Circa Lord Worm era. NO ONE knew/knows the fuck he was saying, what with the shrieks to the lows to the barks to the growls. It was like a dog let loose in the studio booth and it fit the chaotic beauty of "None So Vile" and "Blasphemy Made Flesh" all the more bonkers.
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