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#1 rubydanger

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Posted May 21, 2020 - 08:54 PM

So you have a video game that lets you create a superband.  You can pick your top 5 vocalists from any era to front your band simply based on voice only, not stage presence or charisma.  Also, it would be when they were at their best, not like picking David Lee Roth now vs in the 80s.

 

Mine would be in order

 

1) Bruce Dickinson (Iron Maiden)

2) John Bush (Anthrax/Armored Saint)

3) Bon Scott (AC/DC)

4) Stephen Pearcy (Ratt)

5) Chris Cornell (Soundgarden)

 

I guess this round we will do Rock and Roll as the genre - So you are creating a rock/metal super group


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#2 Atruejedi

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Posted May 21, 2020 - 08:57 PM

This needs more rules to be truly interesting, otherwise it's just gonna be a "here are my five favorite singers" list.

 

What's the set list, for example? I'd add that rule in and limit it to three vocalists. Tough decisions to stock your arsenal!


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#3 rubydanger

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Posted May 21, 2020 - 09:00 PM

This needs more rules to be truly interesting. What's the set list, for example? I'd add that rule in and limit it to three vocalists. Tough decisions to stock your arsenal!

 

OK - Well mine is obviously of the Rock genre - but don't want to limit people.  Lets say for this round we go with modern Rock n Roll I guess - lol


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#4 Atruejedi

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Posted May 21, 2020 - 09:02 PM

You need to compile some sort of list of wildly varied and widely known songs, with the rule that the choices on your personal list can't sing their actual songs.

 

So if I had Axel Rose on my personal list (and he definitely would not be), and Sweet Child of Mine were on the thread set list, I'd have to choose a different singer from my roster to perform that song.


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#5 chaosjaye

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Posted May 22, 2020 - 12:50 AM

think a better rule limit would be what you consider a superband. superbands are usually listed as bands put together with memebers of other bands..temple of a dog, audioslave etc.



#6 naginalJJ

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Posted May 22, 2020 - 01:49 AM

I only need one. Chino Moreno.

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#7 Shroud

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Posted May 22, 2020 - 06:49 AM

1) Kate Bush

2) Aretha Franklin

3) Mama Cass

4) Janis Joplin

5) Adele

 

Yep, I really prefer women voices, although here I focused only on English-singing vocalists, otherwise on the top of my list would be Antonella Ruggiero from Italy.

 

For equal opportunities, here's also a list of male vocalists:

 

1) Freddy Mercury

2) Robert Plant

3) Bruce Dickinson

4) James la Brie

5) Devin Townsend

 

but again if Italians are allowed, then the first spot would be taken by Demetrio Stratos, and the third by John De Leo.



#8 jerrylive365

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Posted May 23, 2020 - 06:47 PM

In no particular order cause I cant decide...

Bruce Dickinson

Freddy Mercury

Robert Plant

Eddie Vedder

Ann Wilson






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