#1
Have you ever noticed that almost all songs that are sung in rock music ( most music even ) in English are sung with an American accent. Only during listening to the slow parts of songs made by British artists can you hear a slight dose of British. I noticed that a few years ago and have thought about it sometimes listening to songs by British artists ( which is most of good rock ) . I've realized that it would be very difficult to sing fast with an English accent because you legnthen most sounds when you talk and it wouldn't make sense to sing with it. This is why it think that most artists singing songs in English ( knowingly or not ) sing with an American accent, and their descent makes no difference.

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#2
The singer in Arctic Monkeys has a very British accent when he sings. I think it's awesome.
#3
I thought when english speaking people really started belting it out, almost all accents aren't there anymore.
#4
American Bands sing with an american accent. Brittish bands sing with a brittish accent. Don't make this complicated.
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Yeah, I've noticed that... Listen to Bruce Dickinsons' accent while singing and while talking... HUGE difference O.o
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it always sound "american" to me...
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Yeah, I've noticed that... Listen to Bruce Dickinsons' accent while singing and while talking... HUGE difference O.o

his son is even more weird, he usually talks with an english accent (not exactly London but almost there) but whenever he talks to me he puts on this huge american accent..I do have some sort of american accent even though i've never lived there and i'm indian and I sing in an american accent too
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Is Mikael Akerfeldt's accent the actual accent swedish people have when talking english?
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A lot of British pop singers put on an American accent (though yanks probably wouldn't recognise it as such...like the occasional awful British accent in Friends or whatever)
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American Bands sing with an american accent. Brittish bands sing with a brittish accent. Don't make this complicated.

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#16
when you say a brit accent do you mean english?or do you mean some-one from wales or the shetlands?
#17
I didn't realize Americans had accents. Perhaps a Southern twang or a Yank jabber, but aside from that and immigrant descendants that still kept theirs, I hear none.
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American Bands sing with an american accent. Brittish bands sing with a brittish accent. Don't make this complicated.

yeah.

+ you articulate much less while singing (generally)
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