|Would appreciate more recs from the 21st Century|
|Nights by Frank Ocean just has this perfect usage of multitracked vocals in the second part of the song at the end of each verse, just a little detail that adds so much to the song.|
|Excellent rec, works well within the rules I've set. Always liked multitracked vocals. The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill comes to mind.|
|Actually haven't got into her, I should get on that|
|Alice in Chains - Right turn, depending on what you consider the "main vocal", but I think it works either way you see it in the last 45 or so seconds.|
|Elliott Smith - St. Ides Heaven|
|What about sampled vocal lines like in Sia's Elastic Heart?|
|Most Green Day songs tend to use vocal harmonies beautifully.|
|American Football - Uncomfortably Numb|
Delta Sleep - Camp Adventure
Don't know if you're looking for heavier stuff but here it goes:
Haste The day - Shadow
Isis - Weight
Mouth of the Architect - Generation of Ghosts
Shadow of the Colossus - End Game
|Bad Religion has a name for theirs -- 'Oozin Ahhs'|
Some stand outs:
- "Sinister Rouge"
- "All There Is"
- "American Jesus"
- "Beyond Electric Dreams"
- "Changing Tide"
|Toto - Africa (last chorus - 'I BLESS THE RAAAAAAAIN OH OOOOOHHHH')|
Queen - BoRap
Queen - Bicycle Race
Green Day - Welcome to Paradise
AC/DC - Thunderstruck
Ramones - He's Gonna Kill That Girl ('kill, kill, kill, kill that girl, he's gonna...)
Led Zeppelin - Immigrant Song
Basically any Simon and Garfunkel or Bee Gees song
Basically any Toy Dolls song
Basically any hair metal song
|I'd also add pretty much any Alice In Chains song to this list|
|“ And for fuck's sake, no emo. Thank you.”|
Nice catch with this requirement ... I was about to drop a nightmarish emo list on you.
|Ooooh, and Devin Townsend Project. Specifically, these songs:|
- "Bend It Like Bender!"