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#1
I say:
Rody Walker - Protest The Hero(He even hits all those high notes perfect live)
Serj Talakian - System Of A Down(The most original mic in rock 2 me, so different, i LOVE it)
#2
freddy mercury and bruce dickinson
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#3
Bert McCracken - The Used
Jared Ledo - 30 Seconds To Mars
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#5
I've really been diggin Greg Graffin lately. I like Dee Dee and Joey Ramone a lot. Bruce Dickinson is really talented. Roger Miret is just like brutally awesome, in a hardcore/punk way, not a metal way.
#7
dio?
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#9
Freddie Mercury hands down is the best vocalist and lyricist (note: Bohemian Rhapsody) of all time in the history of rock music.
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#10
i love robert plant's weird voice effects and stuff...... nice voice.....


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#11
It has to be....Philip Anselmo from Pantera and Raine Maida from Our Lady Peace.
#12
james heitfield from metallica
Matt heafy from trivium when he sings
cory taylor from slipknot


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Freddie Mercury hands down is the best vocalist and lyricist (note: Bohemian Rhapsody) of all time in the history of rock music.

I agree on the vocals, and his lyrics are good, but Bruce Springsteen has got the be the best lyricist ever, hands down. I will match Bohemian Rhapsody up with Jungleland any day.

Also, Cory Glover of Living Colour has got to be the most underrated singer ever. It might not be spectacular like Freddie, but his voice works with EVERYTHING.
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#16
Lead singer from Emery, he can create good vocal harmonies.

Ben Burnley from breaking Benjamin aswell....unique voice
#17
Angela Gossgow from Arch Enemy!


Nah, jkz, she jus scars me sumtimes with what she can do with her voice.

But seriously, i'd have to say Anthony Kiedis from the Red Hot Chili Peppers,

Shaun Morgan from Seether (i know a lotta ppl think he sound a lot like Kurt Cobain, but i dont coz i personally doint like Nirvava at all)

OR Amy Lee from Evanesence coz she just hits all those notes really well and can sing soft or heavy-ish depending on the song.
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Quote by speedmetal777
Freddie Mercury hands down is the best vocalist and lyricist (note: Bohemian Rhapsody) of all time in the history of rock music.


Bob Dylan is a much better lyricist than Mercury. Best voice would go to Amy Milan of Stars.
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#20
i like Rhett Miller from the Old 97s, and Freddie Mercury.


But the All time best


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#21
Matt Heafy-Trivium(not that screaming, but the singing during the choruses)
James Hetfield and I would definitely have to agree about Serj and Daron.
#22
right now? julian casablancas is the rock voice.
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#24
Blaze Bayley, Robert Plant, Bruce Dickinson, James Hetfield. Can't think of any more.
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#25
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freddy mercury and bruce dickinson



but for me also include Robert Plant and Jame Labrie
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#26
Robert Plant- Led Zeppelin
Lennon/McCartney/Harrison-The Beatles
Freddy Mercury-Queen
Thom Yorke-Radiohead
Eddie Vedder-Pearl Jam
Billy Corgan-Smashing Pumpkins

There are loads of others but these are the ones that stick out at the moment.
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#29
I also thing E from Eels voice hits me really well for some reason.
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#31
1. Freddie Mercury
2.Jeff Buckley
3. Bruce Dickinson
4. Chris Cornell
5. Eddie Vedder

These are the 5 that I like the most, however, there are others that I love, like Robert Plant, Maynard James Keenan, Bono, Roger Daltrey, Peter Gabriel and Layne Staley.
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#32
Freddie Mercury.

and why does everyone say Plant? ugh.....
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#33
Well, i love James Hetfield, and Axl Rose... but as my 'location' probably tells you, i love dave grohl more. something about that mans voice makes me get goosebumps. but, i'd give it to freddy mercury or the lead singer of 12 stones
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#35
Geoff Tate - Queensrÿche
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#38
you've all forgot the greatness of claudio sanchez his voice owns but bruce dickinson is a good to
#39
Serj Tankian - SOAD

Maynard James Keenan - Tool

Chris Cornell - RATM & Audioslave

Stephan Jenkins - Third Eye Blind

Ed Kowalczyk - Live