Sorry, but I think Neil Young should be on that list. The most whiney voice I've ever heard in my life.
Don't you talk shit about Neil Young, woman!
Bob Dylan, Brian Johnson, Billy Corgan, Billie Joe Armstrong, Janis Joplin. All great singers who would never make it past the first round of American Idol, but went on to help define the music of a decade+. I've always thought that it's more important for a vocalist to be unique and instantly recognizable than it is to be "good." Sure, some people can't stand any of those singers' voices, but a lot of people find them interesting. It's not like they sing out of key or anything, their voices just sound weird.
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fuck this guy i wish i had dexters voice then i could start my own offspring cover band
On that list are some of the most distinct singers I've ever heard. You hear Billy Corgan, Bob Dylan or Dexter Holland's voice, you recognize them instantly, but I guess NME (or the person who wrote the article, Priya Elan, to be specific) believes that everyone band/singer should have the same cookie cutter voice.
This just boils down to another stupid best of/worst of list from some lame music magazine. There is just something about musical criticism like this that rubs me the wrong way, so I tend to not take it seriously.
I love Dexter 's voice
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