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Who's Best? ...

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Who's Best

  1. Dickenson

  2. Tate

  3. Halford

  4. Staley

  5. Stanley

  6. Cornell

  7. Tyler

  8. Dio

  9. Bret Michaels

  10. Other

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  1. Sapient

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    All-around, who rules the roost?

    *edit - Looks to be a nail-biter! :eddie:
     
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    Halford, the rest are amateurs...
     
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  5. LiveeviL2000

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    I would go with Dio by a hair over Bruce Dickenson, Rob Halford and Jeoff Tate. While all of them could belt it out, I think Dio had a bit more stage presence.
     
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    Of the choices , Paul Stanley
    Good range (in his heyday) good songs / riffs
     
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    Man, with Dio on there it was hard for me to pick. But I chose Cornell for the fact that he was an all around great musician on top of having one of the best voices ever.
     
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    I feel Cornell had the most powerful vocals out of all of them.
     
  9. LiveeviL2000

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    That really is a tough list to choose from.
     
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    Lots of great vocalists on that list.

    I'm going with Staley. But that was only half the equation in his situation....

    All of those listed are pretty great though
     
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    Iggy Pop, very underrated vocalist and songwriter, absolutely owned a live performance.
     
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    F yeah!
     
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    Tate pre 1994.
    Bruce pre 1987.
     
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    Jerry did his part fo sho
     
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    Brad Delp.

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    Now that surprises me coming from you .

    I thought youd say
    James LaBrie from Dream theater or something along those lines.
     
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    Ah, but Phil could waste all those guys back in his prime...
     
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    B2E86A94-3BFA-4041-BE2D-2CA47570C54C.jpeg 1950’s Dio
    The man could actually sing!
     
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    my top singers are

    Matt Barlow ( Iced Earth)
    James Hetfield ( Meeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeetalica):eddie:
    Sully Erna ( Godsmack)
    Ian Gilan ( Deep Purple)
     

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