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#1
It actually says Top 100 Heavy Metal Vocalists Of All time, but I figured that was wrong when I say Rod Stewart on there. I got this off of sputnikmusic.com and wanted to hear your input. I have some.
#2
01. Robert Plant
02. Rob Halford
03. Steven Tyler
04. Chris Cornell
05. Bon Scott
06. Freddie Mercury
07. Bruce Dickinson
08. Ozzy Osbourne
09. Paul Rodgers
10. Ronnie James Dio
11. Axl Rose
12. Sammy Hagar
13. Geddy Lee
14. Geoff Tate
15. Mick Jagger
16. Jonathan Davis
17. Roger Daltrey
18. Paul Stanley
19. David Lee Roth
20. Kurt Cobain
21. Maynard James Keenan
22. Klaus Meine
23. Eddie Vedder
24. James Hetfield
25. Trent Reznor
26. Serj Tankian
27. Layne Staley
28. Steve Perry
29. Gene Simmons
30. Joe Elliott
31. Jon Bon Jovi
32. Alice Cooper
33. Vince Neil
34. Steve Marriott
35. Lajon Witherspoon
36. Sebastian Bach
37. Philip Anselmo
38. Zack De La Rocha
39. Brian Johnson
40. Bret Michaels
41. Udo Dirkschneider
42. David Draiman
43. Ian Gillian
44. Marilyn Manson
45. Jeff Keith
46. Chester Bennington
47. Sully Erna
48. Lemmy Kilmister
49. Aaron Lewis
50. Brett Scallions
51. Chino Moreno
52. Rob Zombie
53. Anthony Kiedis
54. David Coverdale
55. Gary Cherone
56. Andrew Wood
57. Scott Weiland
58. Tom Araya
59. Phil Lynnot
60. Rod Stewart
61. Scooter Ward
62. Ray Davies
63. Sonny Sandoval
64. David Bowie
65. Joan Jett
66. Josey Scott
67. Perry Farrell
68. Scott Stapp
69. Amy Lee
70. Don Dokken
71. Fred Durst
72. Mike Shinoda
73. Pepper Keenan
74. Dez Fafara
75. Gavin Rossdale
76. Blackie Lawless
77. Dave Wyndorf
78. Ann Wilson
79. Jimi Hendrix
80. Ville Valo
81. Peter Steele
82. Dave Williams
83. Dee Snider
84. Joe Lynn Turner
85. King Diamond
86. Corey Taylor
87. Jamey Jasta
88. Justin Hawkins
89. Dave Mustaine
90. Ian Astbury
91. Stephen Pearcy
92. Phil Mogg
93. Biff Byford
94. Cristina Scabbia
95. Dani Filth
96. Wes Scantlin
97. Tim "Ripper" Owens
98. Joshua Todd
99. Kevin Dubrow
100. Ray Gillen
#4
its ****ty
but people are retarded if they give half a **** about lists other people make
Vikings? What Vikings? We are but poor, simple farmers. The village was burning when we got here, and the people must have slain themselves.
#5
I may have misread but they managed to spell 'Karl Sanders' as 'Robert Plant'
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#8
This list fails by default due to Kurt Cobain's presence on it (especially so high up!) and that wanker from Aerosmith being ranked higher than Freddy Mercury, who, imo should be number one.
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#10
well I think someone is a linkin park fan on there seeing as mike shinoda and chester bennington are both on the list. They both deserve it but mike has only had lead vocal on 2 songs (only one of them made it to an album).

and come on guys lets not be judging by how good the band is or the popularity of the band (which it looks like they did when they wrote the list). I mean kirt cobain was awsome and so was steven tyler. (someone posted up there a little^^^^
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#11
It's not terrible, but it's not great either.

David Bowie should be in the top 10, and yes, Freddie Mercury should be #1.
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#15
If that's some dig at Rod Stewart, look up Rod Stewart and the Faces and then feel ashamed for not knowing anything about music history.
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#16
Well it's missing some great Power Metal vocalists, such as Jørn Lande and Michael Kiske. Apart from that, Dio should be above Ozzy, and Vince Neil should be way higher than he is. Chris Cornell is waaaaay too high. And there's no way Sammy Hagar is better than David Lee Roth. But apart from that, the list is good in my opinion
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#17
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#18
Where the hell is barlow ?
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#19
well i definitely think aside from stage pressence (smoking and drink and sitting on stage) ville vallow is an amazing vocalist.
#21
As a whole I generally agree with the list (I personally think Kurt and Lemmy should swap places. We can (and most likely will) argue this list till the cows come home from the apocalypse wearing snazzy new pyjamas, but tbh I agree as a whole with the list - I personally think Halford's a better vocalist than mercury, and I have a flame shield with 'Fuck You All' written on it to show I ain't changing me mind
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#22
it should be more like

1.dani filth
2.ozzy
3ville valo
4.marilyn manson
5.R.J dio
6.james hetfield
7.were the hell is zakk wylde?!?
8.axl.rose
9.e.t.c...


100.Fred Durst

but thats just mine opinion
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#24
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how the **** is dave mustaine that low on the list

Because it's the person that made the list's opinion, along with mine

I think ozzy should be higher personally, but I agree with Rob Halford being that hugh up, he has "some legendary pipes" (I read that somewhere).
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#25
Since when is Freddie Mercury metal?
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#31
*inserts Eddie Vedder in #1 spot and whistles to miyself like nothing happend*
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#34
No Hansi?

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#36
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06. Freddie Mercury
15. Mick Jagger
20. Kurt Cobain
23. Eddie Vedder
44. Marilyn Manson
64. David Bowie
65. Amy Lee
71. Fred Durst
72. Mike Shinoda
79. Jimi Hendrix
100. Ray Gillen



Very, very loose definition of heavy metal. It seems like they just took all of the big name classic/modern rock vocalists and threw them all in random order.

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And where's Maynard James Keenan?


He's on there... I saw him. #21, right next to Kurt.
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#39
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Why the fuck is Fred Durst on there?

caus he's ****in METAL
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