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Axl Rose or James Hetfield ?

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Well, one can sing and the other can't.

 

Axl all day, every day.

 

*** This has nothing to do with Guns 'n Roses vs. Metallica.  Just comparing the singers.

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Say you switch the voices of Jon Anderson with Greg Lake on prog classics.....

 

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31 minutes ago, Seasons1992 said:

This is a tough one for me. 

 

I guess I'll go Axl.

 

Its easy 

 

 

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Axl!! 

 

Mainly because James doesn't have the balls to kick the world's worst "famous" drummer out of the band.  

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Axl.  

 

Hetfield's no slouch, but Axl is a surprisingly good singer.

 

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Just now, DC Tom said:

Axl.  

 

Hetfield's no slouch, but Axl is a surprisingly good singer.

 

 

Axl's range is ridiculous.

 

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/culture/music/music-news/10848713/Axl-Rose-has-a-larger-vocal-range-than-Mariah-Carey.html

 

"The Guns N' Roses vocalist has sung notes that span nearly six octaves, from F1 (in There Was a Time), in the second-lowest octave in scientific pitch notation, to B flat 6 (Ain't it Fun), five octaves above it. Rose has a lower baritone than Barry White, and can reach higher notes than Tina Turner and Beyoncé."

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4 hours ago, Gugny said:

 

Axl's range is ridiculous.

 

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/culture/music/music-news/10848713/Axl-Rose-has-a-larger-vocal-range-than-Mariah-Carey.html

 

"The Guns N' Roses vocalist has sung notes that span nearly six octaves, from F1 (in There Was a Time), in the second-lowest octave in scientific pitch notation, to B flat 6 (Ain't it Fun), five octaves above it. Rose has a lower baritone than Barry White, and can reach higher notes than Tina Turner and Beyoncé."

CMFT all the way ladies and germs...

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6 hours ago, GETTOTHE50 said:

James. Not alotta people can hold it down on rhythm like he does. 

Old Jamez was good, new James meh. I looooved Metallica throughout the 80s-90s, but now they are kinda meh and mostly because of James. As far as GNR -, I know Chinese Democracy wasn't well received, but from a musical composition standpoint it's damn good and the guitar work is f-ing masterful...

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7 minutes ago, Reed83HOF said:

CMFT all the way ladies and germs...

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Old Jamez was good, new James meh. I looooved Metallica throughout the 80s-90s, but now they are kinda meh and mostly because of James. As far as GNR -, I know Chinese Democracy wasn't well received, but from a musical composition standpoint it's damn good and the guitar work is f-ing masterful...

 

8 Days till my next Slipknot show!

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19 minutes ago, Gugny said:

 

8 Days till my next Slipknot show!

The album is sooo ***** good. We went to San Bernadino - it was great! Ready to see them again when they tour for the album

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7 minutes ago, Reed83HOF said:

The album is sooo ***** good. We went to San Bernadino - it was great! Ready to see them again when they tour for the album

 

Really looking forward to seeing Volbeat.  This will be my third time seeing Behemoth.  The things I do for my son.  We last saw Slipknot in the summer of 2015.  I was not a fan of their music, but I totally dig them now.

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24 minutes ago, Gugny said:

 

8 Days till my next Slipknot show!

I think I told you that they did a show at local place in my little town... I wanna say like 7 years ago.  My my son was like in Grade 8.  They are out of Des Moines and I guess they have a connection here.  They agreed to do a show in this little dive place in town. My Son went to it when he was in that phase.

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Neither!  I prefer a young Robert Plant.

 

He has completely lost the ability to sing in late life unfortunately.

 

Hate the whole Axl thing, and Hetfield really can't sing; I think I overall would prefer Metallica's music to GNR though.

 

 

 

 

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9 hours ago, Joe in Winslow said:

Rob halford > rose + hetfield

 

Image result for hmmmm gif

16 hours ago, Gugny said:

 

Really looking forward to seeing Volbeat.  This will be my third time seeing Behemoth.  The things I do for my son.  We last saw Slipknot in the summer of 2015.  I was not a fan of their music, but I totally dig them now.

 

Right around 'Iowa' I got into them, but 'Vol. 3' turned me into a teenage girl. Thankfully I was able to cure my wife from the dreaded Dave Matthews disease and she is a big Corey Taylor/Stone Sour and Knot fan now...Recently got her into John5 and working on Zombie now LOL

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6 minutes ago, Reed83HOF said:

 

Image result for hmmmm gif

 

Right around 'Iowa' I got into them, but 'Vol. 3' turned me into a teenage girl. Thankfully I was able to cure my wife from the dreaded Dave Matthews disease and she is a big Corey Taylor/Stone Sour and Knot fan now...Recently got her into John5 and working on Zombie now LOL

 

Notice no comment on the earlier dickinson thought.

 

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6 minutes ago, Reed83HOF said:

 

Image result for hmmmm gif

 

Right around 'Iowa' I got into them, but 'Vol. 3' turned me into a teenage girl. Thankfully I was able to cure my wife from the dreaded Dave Matthews disease and she is a big Corey Taylor/Stone Sour and Knot fan now...Recently got her into John5 and working on Zombie now LOL

 

That's a sweet Jackson, dude.  My son's in the market for another shredder.  Right now he's got a couple Schecters and an Ibanez (the only one with a trem).

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Just now, Joe in Winslow said:

 

Notice no comment on the earlier dickinson thought.

 

 

F__k  I'm torn on that one and can easily see it. Halford has me thinking though

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1 minute ago, Reed83HOF said:

 

F__k  I'm torn on that one and can easily see it. Halford has me thinking though

 

Halford has this going for him:

 

he sounds the same live as he does on recordings. It's uncanny.

 

 

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