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Posted: 5/11/2002 2:35:05 PM EST
[b]RONNIE JAMES DIO[/b] For sheer power and melody he can't be beat.
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Freddy Mercury (Queen) Mike Patton (Faith No More)
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I'll agree with Dio and add.... James Hetfield Dave Mustaine
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Brad Delp from Boston.z
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Stevie Ray Vaughan. No one better on the guitar either. [+]:D]
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Pat Benetar: Her classical training let her hit every note on a piano. Stevie Nicks: Love that raspy voice and the cover of Belladona...
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Geddy Lee Aviator [img]www.milpubs.com/aviator.gif[/img]
Link Posted: 5/11/2002 3:11:12 PM EST
Adding a few: Geoff Tate (Queensryche) Scott Weiland (Stone Temple Pilot) Layne Staley (Alice in Chains) Jerry Cantrell (Alice in Chains) Ian Anderson (Jethro Tull) Steve Walsh (Kansas) Ian Gillian (Deep Purple)
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James Hetfield Blaze Bayley (Iron Maiden)
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Bruce Dickinson Geddy Lee Geoff Tate Roger Daltrey Ronnie James Dio Freddie Mercury Meatloaf Steve Perry
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Beat me to it! Roger Waters does some amazing stuff as well.
Link Posted: 5/11/2002 3:18:59 PM EST
Rock vocalists huh....? How about: Ian Asbury from The Cult. Lemmy And I'd have to vote for James Hetfield as well. He can carry a tune, and growl. Got to love that.
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[Last Edit: 5/11/2002 3:24:56 PM EST by gus]
Just realized nobody has said Robert Plant yet so: Robert Plant (Led Zepplin)
Link Posted: 5/11/2002 3:40:32 PM EST
Lou Reed.
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Stevie Nicks, back in the Fleetwood Mac days
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[Last Edit: 5/11/2002 3:57:15 PM EST by JackBurton]
#2 Geddy Lee 3 Brian Johnson 4 Lemmy 5 James Hetfield 6 Rob Halford 7 Ozzy Osbourne 8 David Gilmour 9 Jeff Pezatti 10 The Whackmaster No particular order
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Chris Cornell from Soundgarden Jeff Scott Soto (Yngwie, solo stuff) Michael Matijevic from Steelheart (he was also the main vocalist in the movie Rock Star).
Link Posted: 5/11/2002 4:12:57 PM EST
Robert Plant, there is none higher.
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Ian Asbury Robert Plant Iggy Pop Chris Cornell Richard Butler Ozzy I know I have left out a lot more good ones. ARH
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[Last Edit: 5/11/2002 4:17:47 PM EST by deadeye47]
...... CLAPTON.....or ......WILLIE.....they cover all the bases...[beer]
Link Posted: 5/11/2002 4:17:22 PM EST
A few more. . . James LaBrie - Dream Theater Bruce Dickinson - Iron Maiden Ray Gillan - Badlands Rik Emmett - Triumph
Link Posted: 5/11/2002 4:50:13 PM EST
Meatloaf???? Meatloaf????? Arrrrgh! My picks: Jimi Hendrix Robert Plant Stevie Ray Eric Bloom (Blue Oyster Cult) Steve Perry (Journey)
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Chris Robinson-Black Crowes Ian McKaye-Fugazi and Minor Threat Chris Whattshisname-Less Than Jake Dan Potthast-MU330
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Ian Astbury Maynard from Tool Rob Halford Glenn Danzig ....among others.
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Gregg Allman and Jim Morrison
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It's obvious that there are some here with excellent taste! Someone even mentioned James LaBrie from Dream Theater! I love this place!
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Eric Blume of Blue Oyster Cult.
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James Hetfield. Enough said.
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A vote for Bon Scott of AC/DC.
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Originally Posted By punkatomic: A vote for Bon Scott of AC/DC.
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Ya, can't believe I didn't list him. Brian Johnson is good and all, but AC/DC was at it's finest with Bon Scott. No doubt about it.
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Eagles Don Henley (solo career) Bruce Springsteen... BORN IN THE USA! Stan Bush Peter Gabriel henley has one song that has a very different tone to it now. New York Minute. Everything can change, in a new york minute
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[Last Edit: 5/11/2002 7:49:28 PM EST by JackBurton]
I also would add Ian MacKaye of Minor Threat (I am glad there are some ex-punks like me here) and Don Henley. Bon Scott too. Henry Rollins, all the Black Flag stuff up to his first three solo albums (after that he was a sell out). Any votes for Wattie Buchan?
Link Posted: 5/11/2002 8:56:03 PM EST
Originally Posted By marvl: Meatloaf???? Meatloaf????? Arrrrgh! My picks: Jimi Hendrix Robert Plant Stevie Ray Eric Bloom (Blue Oyster Cult) Steve Perry (Journey)
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MEATLOAF?? hahaha How about Tiny Tim...R.I.P.
Link Posted: 5/11/2002 10:06:36 PM EST
Aimee Mann Ann Wilson Pat Benatar ColtShorty GOA KABA COA JPFO SAF NRA "I won't be wronged, I won't be insulted and I won't be laid a hand on. I don't do these things to other people and I require the same from them."
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Y'all probably don't like this style of singer but..... Tom Araya/Slayer "pre-black album" James Hetfield Dave Mustaine Joe Walsh Ray Gillen/Badlands RJ DIO Ozzy Bruce Dickinson Geoff Tate Bon Scott Robert Plant Paul Stanley WAY,WAY too many more to mention...LOT's of great talent that I'm leaving out.
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These responses remind me why I choose to monitor this site!
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[Last Edit: 5/12/2002 3:44:00 AM EST by blkbeard]
Ronnie Hammond, used to be with Atlanta Rythm Section.
Link Posted: 5/12/2002 3:58:16 AM EST
Maynard Keenan of Tool!
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Geoff Tate- Queensrhyche James LaBrie- Dreamtheater
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Freddy Mercury (Queen) Paul Rogers (Bad Company)
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Originally Posted By DonR: Freddy Mercury (Queen) Paul Rogers (Bad Company)
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You crack me up. [):)]
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Joe Strummer/The Clash Chris Cornell/Soundgarden Greg Graffin/Bad Religion Mike Ness/Social Distortion Chris Issak Edited to add: Art Alexakis/Everclear
Link Posted: 5/12/2002 6:33:16 AM EST
Originally Posted By JackBurton: I also would add Ian MacKaye of Minor Threat (I am glad there are some ex-punks like me here) and Don Henley. Bon Scott too. Henry Rollins, all the Black Flag stuff up to his first three solo albums (after that he was a sell out). Any votes for Wattie Buchan?
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Ya, Ian MacKaye was great. Didn't list any punk/hardcore singers since I figured that was a whole other genre (even though that's mostly what I listen to). Plus, almost too many to list. Wattie Buchan? I'm assuming you mean from The Exploited? I think there are MUCH better choices than him. OT, is there anyone here who either didn't see Wattie get his ass kicked, or know somebody who kicked his ass while touring here? I think that's why they stopped.
Link Posted: 5/12/2002 6:55:35 AM EST
Steve Perry Dead Fred Mercury Brian Johnson Stevie Nicks Pat Benatar
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