Bands you wished had different singers

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Are there bands that you would like or would enjoy more if they had different vocalists?
If so, who are they, and who would you like to see as the replacement singers?
 

walrus

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Here’s one to get some riled up.

Rush

While I’m a fan, I would have liked them more with GL sticking to bass and adding a really good vocalist.

I thought Geddy's vocals got better as he got older - "Snakes and Arrows", "Feedback" and "Clockwork Angels" he seems to have mellowed out.

A band that could use a better vocalist?

Gretta Van Fleet. Replacement? Anybody...
 

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Here’s one to get some riled up.

Rush

While I’m a fan, I would have liked them more with GL sticking to bass and adding a really good vocalist.
I kinda agree, I don't mind Geddy's studio voice, but his live voice sounds like he's tone deaf. Fellow Canadian Rik Emmett might make a good substitute.
 

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Here’s one to get some riled up.

Rush

While I’m a fan, I would have liked them more with GL sticking to bass and adding a really good vocalist.
Gonna disagree to a point...
I latched onto Rush with their debut album with Rutsey on drums. It was different sounding, and Lee's voice contributed greatly to that sound.
So to me, it's like saying Jon Anderson held Yes back.


Or what TF does Lou Reed have any business doing with a microphone?
I dunno… it's so subjective that my opinion doesn't matter a [email protected] anyway.:p

But... just to throw my hat in the ring, how about GnR… cuz Axl Rose is a d!ck.
There, I said it:rolleyes:
 
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