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Well, me and my friend were talking about the best front men. My personal favorite is probably Jim Morrison.
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#7
Bon Scott.
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#10
Thom Yorke. I'm sure only a few agree
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#11
im not sure if i could pick one, but i will say jack white as he has not been mentioned yet.
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#12
Bruce Dickinson or Dio

I can never decide...


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#13
Mikael Akerfeldt
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#18
Howard Jones - Killswitch Engage.

That band isn't even one of my top 10... or even 20 favorites, but for some reason he just comes off as the biggest badass to me.
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#20
Isn't a frontman a guy who does lead vocals and plays guitar at the same time? Anyways, mine would be dave mustaine
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#22
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#23
I'm surprised noone has mentioned Robert Plant. When we talked we got it down to Plant, Rose, and Morrison as the best.

edit:the poster right above me said that as I was typing this.
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#25
Brent Smith-Shinedown
Ozzy
Bon Scott
Eddie Vedder
and from way out in left field
Melissa Ethridge, one of the best female vocalists I've ever heard.

and

Bruce Springsteen, my favorite of all time
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#26
Lennon/McCartney... Count it!

Edit: and Mick Jagger
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#29
jimi hendrix
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#30
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Axl rose

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edit: Dave Grohl. hes a beast.
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#33
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#34
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#36
Miles Kennedy
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Green, because a vest has no sleeves.

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#37
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Isn't a frontman a guy who does lead vocals and plays guitar at the same time? Anyways, mine would be dave mustaine


Nah it is the guy that is usually seen as the head of the band.
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#38
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Brent Smith-Shinedown
Ozzy
Bon Scott
Eddie Vedder
and from way out in left field
Melissa Ethridge, one of the best female vocalists I've ever heard.

eddie vedder is actually amazing, i've never seen him with pearl jam but when i saw him on a solo tour he was clever and funny in his talking. And not even stoned.

i don't agree with the ozzy thing though. the only time i saw hims he just screamed "let me ****ing hear you!" a few times in between every song.
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#39
Phil Labonte. Or Rody from Protest the Hero.
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#40
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eddie vedder is actually amazing, i've never seen him with pearl jam but when i saw him on a solo tour he was clever and funny in his talking. And not even stoned.

Yea man, some of the live videos from their grunge days are amazing. I really wish I could have seen them back in their "Ten" days, before they started getting strange and more political.
and may I add Layne Staley to that list.
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