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Your favourite singers ever?

Discussion in 'Ne Obliviscaris' started by mark b, Jun 8, 2009.

  1. Tim Charles

    Tim Charles Member

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    When I was 18 i wanted to be a singer exactly like Daryl Palumbo.. :p Back then I had no idea how to do falsetto or anything like I do now, I just loved the passion and intensity in his voice and wanted to do that. :)

    I haven't heard the latest 36 Crazyfists, but will check it out!
     
  2. mark b

    mark b Prog 4 ever. Australia!!!

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    Sting ( I forgot lol )
     
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    gileslol Scum Of The Law Faculty

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    i have this really interesting album by Sting called Songs From The Labyrinth, its a bunch of medieval covers of this lute musician called John Dowland. bit of a shock to listen to after all i'd really heard was Message In A Bottle <.<
     
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    Casey.32 Escaping the bell jar.

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    Also add: Claudio Sanchez Coheed and Cambria, most unusual but pretty epic.
     
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    Ozzloaf Art Geek

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    God damn, I HATE that guy's voice!!!

    Did anyone mention Herbrand Larsen of Enslaved? I love that guy's voice.
     
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    Mean Machine Happy Little Boozer

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    Agreed. If it wasn't for him, I'd actually listen to them.
     
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    As much as I appreciate unique vocalists...I can't go there either....
     
  8. Sarindria

    Sarindria Oh, her. ;)

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    I listened to Coheed and Cambria once. That was all it took for me to refuse to go back there again.

    A voice I'm particularly fond of is that of Christian Alvestom. Will be interesting to hear Scar Symmetry without him. (The fact that he appears on the new Project Hate album definitely pleases me.)
     
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    nutslap dr. nutslap

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    simen hestnaes - borknagar, arcturus
    nemtheanga - primordial
    lars nedland - asmegin, solefald
    vintersorg
    garm - arcturus, ulver

    in no order apart from simen
     
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    You failed here. Jonas singed on the first October Tide-album, then someone else on the second, but October Falls is a different band. I singed on all OF-albums and as I know I'm no where near Jonas, you confused the band with October Tide. :)
     
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    Ozzloaf Art Geek

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    Oh... woops hahaha
     
  12. chrisdoig24k

    chrisdoig24k Boom King

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    Hahahah, win :D

    Late-year-themed bands have a tendency to win - October Tide, October Falls, November's Doom, the Katatonia 'December Songs' tribute album...
     
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