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Paul Robeson. Or not quite as good, but with more emotion, Keith Green. 'nuff said....
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    Paul Robeson.

    Or not quite as good, but with more emotion, Keith Green.

    'nuff said.
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    Maynard James Keenan, lead singer on Tool and A Perfect Circle

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    Bruce Dickinson. xD

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    Corey Taylor of Slipknot fame.
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    what? i don't like the oldies, i prefer it more hardcore...
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    Well generally I listen to electronica or hiphop way too much but for such a question, I look to the classics. Nina Simone's "You'd Be So Nice To Come Home To" is definitely the best vocal workout I've ever heard. Gil Scot-Herron is great too. Also Elvis had a great voice.

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    Bob Dylan. 'Hurricane' is one of his best. There are more, depending on my mood (Marley comes to mind).
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    I debated not answering this one at all, but here goes. These are people whose voices I like, not necessarily because I think they're masters of the craft, but because they're neat to listen to (in no particular order):

    Maynard James Keenan - (Tool, A Perfect Circle)
    Brandon Byrd - (Incubus)
    Sealhenry Olumide Samuel - (Seal)
    Raine Maida - (Our Lady Peace)
    Jimmy Urine - (Mindless Self Indulgence)
    Amy Lee - (Evanescence)
    Jewel Kilcher - (Jewel)
    Jonathan Davis - (Korn)
    Scott Weiland - (Stone Temple Pilots, Velvet Revolver)
    Christ Cornell - (Soundgarden, Audioslave)
    Neil Static - (Static X)

    Okay, so that last one doesn't really *sing*, he makes noise. But damn if it isn't entertaining noise nonetheless. Unlike some folks I know, I listen to music for entertainment purposes most of the time, not with the mindset of "getting back to my roots" or "expanding my horizons" or "fighting the corporate machine". The above artists are entertaining (and sometimes actually quite talented), therefore I listen to them. That is all.
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    I love the female singing voice, and for me one of the greatest singers was the late Sandy Denny. She could take a lyric and put so much power and emotion into it that it would blow you away. She gets virtually no air-time now

    She was a romantic sort of soul, so if you're a Slayer fan you probably won't care that much

    There are a lot of other very fine singers of course!
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    amy lee is good. why she decided to do that song with seether is beyond me. the guy from H-I-M is good too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by d38dm8nw81k1ng
    amy lee is good. why she decided to do that song with seether is beyond me. the guy from H-I-M is good too.
    H-I-M - Yeah! Sacrement is a good song!
    I am always doing that which I can not do, in order that I may learn how to do it. - Pablo Picasso

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