#1
Which by this forums standards counts from the 90s till today im guessing.

My vote is for Chris Cornell and Eddie Vedder, especially Vedder.
#4
i'd have to go with chris cornell or corey taylor because both have amazing range and can fit into any genre of music. both sing well with acoustic softer songs or heavy songs. especially coreys ability to go from singing in pitch to incoherent screaming to whisper singing. both are phenomenal IMO
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#6
There's so many great singers! Chris Cornell, Layne Stayley, and James Hetfield are probably my favourites though
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+1 on chris cornell

What about Layne Staley


How could I forget him? He was great, Alice in Chains made some really good music.
#10
+2 on Cornell and +1 on Staley. I also like Mark Lanegan and Gavin Rossdale
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#11
Im going to throw Billy Corgan out there. His voice wasnt really strong, but it had its distinctive sound. Anyone agree?
#12
In my opinion, Jim James and Ryan Adams are far above anyone.
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#13
Myles Kennedy.
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#14
Maynard Keenan, Josh Homme, Eddie Vedder and John Garcia.
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Im going to throw Billy Corgan out there. His voice wasnt really strong, but it had its distinctive sound. Anyone agree?


+1

Also Matt Bellamy. His range is unbelievable.
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Old school Chris Cornell, Shannon Hoon, Mark Lanegan
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