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  1. #61
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    how bout that guy from tool and perfect circle? beast

    and that audioslave/soundgarden guy. beast #2

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    Radiohead - Street Spirit (Fade Out) is pretty impressive as far as vocals go.

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    Good question. Ill try to do it off the top of my head then go back to see who i missed


    In no order

    Freddy Mercury
    Axl
    Steven Tyler
    Chris Cornell
    Paul Westerburg (gotta have one anti showmen)
    Bruce
    John Lennon
    Brain Wilson
    Dave Mustang
    Kurt Cobain

    - That was hard. BTW not all these guys are my favorite artists or singers but i like them and i think they all made a pretty big impression as a front man in a band hence my favorite "lead singers"
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    God almighty, how did i not put Joey Ramone on my list? I think Mick needs to be on everyone list and i missed him too. Also John Fogerty is absolutely on my list. Oh well

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    The first "battle rap".. Then Beatles started just about everything.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4mprAKT27C0

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    Quote Originally Posted by spliff(TONE) View Post
    Helter Skelter only came out 2 years prior to the self titled Sabbath debut. While the sound of a track such as Helter Skelter may have paved the way for a more grating sound like Sabbath featured, it is still a massive leap to go from the feel and general tone of that to a song like the opening track on Sabbath's debut. Regardless, I'm sure the Beatles where influencing just about every musical act in existence at that time so you're not entirely off by any means.
    I think 2 years is fairly significant. Zeppelin 1 was released in that window.

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    chris cornell is a must on any list

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    Quote Originally Posted by FlakeyFool View Post
    chris cornell is a must on any list
    I genuinely have no clue who that is...

    Edit: I googled him. I know nothing by his band. Makes sense why I don't know who he is.
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    geddy lee
    30 Team Stadium Checklist: 10 to go

    1) Yankees 2) Orioles 3) Rays 4) Red Sox 5) Mets 6) Braves 7) Phillies 8) Nationals 9) Marlins 10) Pirates 11) Padres 12) Astros 13) Mariners 14) Twins 15) Cubs 16) White Sox 17) Cardinals 18) Indians 19) Tigers 20) Royals

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    A lot of the good ones have already been said, but I'd like to add Chester Bennington. Very versatile voice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlueJayFanDan View Post
    I genuinely have no clue who that is...

    Edit: I googled him. I know nothing by his band. Makes sense why I don't know who he is.
    Look up "Shadow On the Sun" by Audioslave

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pinstripe power View Post
    geddy lee
    lmfao..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fly View Post
    Look up "Shadow On the Sun" by Audioslave
    Pretty solid song. Not in love with it, but not bad either. He seems like a pretty solid singer though.
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    Pretty much all of my picks have already been mentioned, but I'm really surprised I didn't see anybody mention Matt Shadows. Certainly one of the best rock voices of all time as far as I'm concerned.

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    Quote Originally Posted by spliff(TONE) View Post
    Doesn't make the leap between 'Helter Skelter' and 'Black Sabbath' any less massive. There's a lot more to heavy metal than distorted guitar tone.
    Listin to the drums, bassline, and gritty ****in' vocals in Helter Skelter, bro.. All i'm saying is that there is zero guarentee Black Sabbath and Deep Purple make the same music, or are even in existance if not for that one song.

    I mean, before Helter Skelter the heaviest music was being made by the Kinks and Yardbirds for Christ's Sake lol. Think about it!

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