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Just a handful
Jay Gordon - An off-kilter bass-baritone. Even if Orgy tumbled big time with their shitty, nu-metal influenced 3rd album, one thing that never, ever changed was how damn good Jay Gordon was, as a vocalist. He fit the dark, electronica-drenched industrial rock like a glove.
Thrill of the Feel
Johnny Gioeli - So many years after his Hardline recording back in 1992, and he still has an amazing voice, even after all of his powerful belting and roaring. Incredible.
3. Dave Grohl - For much of the same reasons as Gioeli. His control and stamina are incredible.
|4||System of a Down|
Serj Tankian - What would SOAD be like without Serj's voice? His incredibly experimental style and flawless mix of screaming and crooning is a perfect, vocal representation of what SOAD is like: incredibly experimental, a flawless mix of raging metal and light rock.
Robert Plant - This guy threw all caution to the wind. It wound up f*cking up his voice to high heaven, but on the first two albums especially, he couldn't be beat. There was nobody quite like him at the time. "Going to California" and "Since I've Been Loving You" are amongst the best vocal rock performances ever.
Brad Delp - RIP. This man hit the highest of highs like it was nothing. He harmonized with the rest of the band perfectly, and his singing was so effortless and mind-blowing. It's hard to believe he's gone, or even that he took his own life. Hopefully he found his peace of mind.
Ian Gillan - "Highway Star" and "Gethsemane" are proof enough.
Josh Ramsay - Marianas Trench? Not very good, although they can produce some good stuff from time to time. Ramsay? Incredible. Such a crisp, bright, versatile voice.
Chris Cornell - Obviously.
Joe Elliott - Bright, husky high voice with some really good lows, esp. later on in his career. Capable of some truly amazing stuff.
Rage for Order
Geoff Tate - A PROPHECY WILL MAKE ITS STAAAAAAYYYYYY
Travelling Without Moving
Jay Kay - Incredibly relaxed, confident voice. His work on "Canned Heat" has some flawless mixed voice.
|I always thought Dave was a pretty average vocalist bar the few tracks where he actually elts himself loose. I do agree with 3 a lot. |
|geoff tate eww|
|Grohl can't really sing, I mean to put him instead of Cobain is like putting Ringo instead of Lennon to me|
|9, 7, 6 and 4 are the main ones I agree with here.|
|RIP Brad Delp indeed|
|Props for 12. Jay Kay has such a smooth voice.|
|Jon Mess. For reals, his unclean vocals are some of the best in the business|
|Also, Winston from Parkway Drive is pretty damn awesome.|
|Kyo, Roy Khan, Mike Patton, Tommy Karevik, Mikael Akerfeldt, Tomi Joutsen, Myles Kennedy, Atsushi Sakurai, Matt Barlow just to name a few.|
|Kyo is love, Kyo is life. Also imo Nils Frykadhl is the most overlooked amazing vocalist, incredible tone and persomality.|
Maynard James Keenan
Toshimitsu "Toshi" Deyama
Just to name a couple right there.
|Colin Newman, Graham Lewis from Wire. Maybe not the best but I love it|
|Colin Newman, Graham Lewis from Wire. |
|dallas green tbh|
|Ocean of Noise|
|"Grohl can't really sing, I mean to put him instead of Cobain is like putting Ringo instead of Lennon to me"|
Grohl is a way better singer than Kurt. However, I find Kurt way more interesting so I still agree with you.
|Cobain doesn't have a great voice, but he couldn't be any more perfect of a frontman for nirvana. Grohl is more talented, but not as passionate or unique.|
|Patton >>> All|
|Graham Bonnet fucking rocks|
Kyo is a great choice, and Ian Astbury was fantastic until he fucked up his voice
|mike patton has some serious pipes|
|Layne Staley has to be up there.|
|Dallas Green |
Daniel Gildenlow (Pain of Salvation)
Sahaj Ticotin (Ra) has some serious pipes. Check out the note he holds in the live version of Skorn.