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Paul Rodgers - Ohhh sorry not there again!!!

 

 

Robert Plant followed by Steve Perry.

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I stopped reading the rest of the ist after seing Freddie Mercury's name, the greatest of all time.

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Steve Perry is the best of the bunch. How exactly did Chad Kroeger get on the list? He's a sorry excuse for a vocalist. How about Matt Harris? I'm sure nobody other than me even knows who that is. He's great though.

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Who is Matt harris..the father of Tarzan? :) ...ok Paul Rodgers is other..but really I MADE THIS LIST WITH THE FIRST NAMES THAT i remember in this moment. :)

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I went with Whetton, just because I like his all around style, and have always enjoyed it, I really liked Adam, the guy that sang for the group Mozart, thought he had a cool style, and who the fuck is Chad Kroeger? is that that shitty fucking dude that cant sing, in the group silverchair, or nicklelbag, or whoever that generic shitty Seven Mary Three Wannabe band is? come on, tell me that's sarcasm??? please don't tell me you lumped that peice of shit in with legends such as Plant, Halford, Wheton, and even though I was never a fan, Mercury!!!! because that is the equivalent of putting Green Day on a poll of best musicians of all time.

 

I also really like the guy that sang on Bostons Walk On cd, and Orion The Hunter, can't ever think of his name, but he's pretty smooth, so's Fee Waybill, and Rik Emmett, Harry Hess, etc... etc... etc.....

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really, who is Chad fucking Kroger??? does he sing for Vertical Horizon? or Matchbox 20? im starting to feel dumb, well about this anyways, I know that name, and I know he's in one of those bands!!!!!! im just not placing it, it's gotta be Nicklbag, or Barenaked Ladies, I didnt know anybody knew individual members of any of those bands, what a trip!

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Paul Rodgers - Ohhh sorry not there again!!!

 

 

Robert Plant followed by Steve Perry.

 

Proven yet again Jez that you are a very wise man.

In regards to point 1 {How can you have a poll on Rock Male singers and not have :bowdown: Sir Paul included :wtf: }. :lol:

 

Agree with you again on the other two vocalists mentioned :tumbsup:

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Steve Perry for me.

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Impossible for me to choose between Ronnie James Dio, Rob Halford, and Bruce Dickinson... that's the Holy Trinity of Metal right there! :headbanger:

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Steve Walsh followed by Steve Perry, close call but I like how Walshys voice seems to be more..."dynamic" ...hmm doesn't explain it well that does it?

 

I just thinks he uses his voice in a wider range of styles than Mr. Perry, just take a listen to Glossolalia and you'll get an idea of what I mean.

 

Steve Perry is a superb vocalist though but he sings pretty much the same style song after song BUT when he sounds that good then why change?

 

Arrrgghhhh...yes Walshy by a gnat's chuff!

 

 

 

 

My fave ever vocalist is probably John Waite...and he doesn't vary massively in the way he sings either.

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Steve Perry.

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Well If I go for MY Faves from this list I'd Go with Roth,Plant,Lemmy Halford,Dio..It's really an individual choice IMO. I Really like Roth's Voice,Yeah It's not the greatest but for me It's My Fave..Lemmy has a great Voice...rough and tough yet a lot of Character...I don't really

like the super sweet voices of Perry or Walsh..

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Who is Matt harris..the father of Tarzan?

 

Believe me when I say that you will probably know Matt Harris very well in the near future. If all goes as planned you will see cd release of his old bands material. When you hear it you will be stunned as have all who have heard his voice. Those who have heard his band will probably be able to figure out who I'm talking about. I've only sent demos of the one band to people on this board.

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Not really a huge fan of any of those guys except the sensational James Labrie. Easily gets my vote.

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I believe that Kroeger (Nickelback) is underrated,ok there are other like Rodgers that are better but kroeger is here because Nickelback is one of the groups with more votes in the poll of metal bands.........there are others but there are only 20 options......and if Kroeger is underrated there are others overrateds like Mrs Bon Jovi for example.

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Not really a huge fan of any of those guys except the sensational James Labrie. Easily gets my vote.

 

 

What - Not ONE????

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I believe that Kroeger (Nickelback) is underrated,ok there are other like Rodgers that are better but kroeger is here because Nickelback is one of the groups with more votes in the poll of metal bands.........there are others but there are only 20 options......and if Kroeger is underrated there are others overrateds like Mrs Bon Jovi for example.

Wow dude... I like Nickelback's last album a lot, but dude... you can't seriously call that dude's voice anything other than horrible, fan or not... can you? It's like Hinder, Britny Fox, Slaughter, Cinderella - all AMAZING bands, but just because they're good bands doesn't mean I can't admit the vocalists are terrible. And Nickelback, imo, is 100% worse vocally than all.

 

Not really a huge fan of any of those guys except the sensational James Labrie. Easily gets my vote.

 

 

What - Not ONE????

Sorry mate, don't hate any of them, but I don't like any either... apart from LaBrie. Sorry. :(

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