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Top 5 Women In Music (current)

This list is based on both attractiveness, and actual music talent... One person would NOT be on this list if it was only the latter.

Emma Ruth Rundle - She plays the guitar, and well, in Red Sparowes, an Isis off-shoot that deserves a place among the best post-rock bands. On top of that though she has another band, Marriages, that has produced a very interesting piece of psychedelic-rock/ shoe-gaze in "Kitsune", where here voice shines through, however covered in reverb. And as a solo artist has officially released one song "Shadows of My Name", which is killer, and marks her as one of the most unique and powerful female singers in current music.
Let It Die

Leslie Feist - A great solo act, who along with some pop sensibility, has a very unique voice and very consistent and intriguing song-writing skills. She also has proven flexibility with the darker tone of "Metals". And she has collaborated with Kevin Drew in Broken Social Scene, making man songs better for the addition of her vocal talents ("7/4 Shoreline", "Almost Crimes", "Late Nineties Bedroom Rock For The Missionaries"). An unmistakable voice.
Static Tensions

Laura Pleasants - The driving force behind sludge giants Kylesa (with Phillip Cope), and a perfect ambassador for women in metal. She has a very sweet clean vocal, which has surfaced on later albums, and a menacing and dirty growl that really stands out among all the men doing the same in sludge. She has written some truly memorable riffs, and has helped Kylesa become a household (if yours is a metal household) name in music.
4Christian Mistress

Christine Davis - Retro-metal with a Joplin-esque twist. Her raspy and troubled vocals sore with intensity over some awesome metal written 30 years too late. It just plain rocks. \m/
5Katy Perry
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