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Ultimate Classic Rock Vocalist Bracket: Round One Part Three

Discussion in 'Song and Band Battles' started by FireandWater, Jul 17, 2011.

Which singer is better in each group?

Poll closed Jul 21, 2011.
  1. [Group 1] Ian Gillan (Deep Purple)

    53.3%
  2. [Group 1] Roger Daltrey (The Who)

    46.7%
  3. [Group 2] Janis Joplin (BBHC)

    33.3%
  4. [Group 2] Joe Elliot (Def Leppard)

    63.3%
  5. [Group 3] Brad Delp (Boston)

    43.3%
  6. [Group 3] Geddy Lee (Rush)

    46.7%
  7. [Group 4] Axl Rose (Guns N' Roses)

    50.0%
  8. [Group 4] John Kay (Steppenwolf)

    43.3%
  9. [Group 5] James Dewar (Robin Trower)

    36.7%
  10. [Group 5] Bruce Springsteen (Solo)

    53.3%
  11. [Group 6] Robert Plant (Led Zeppelin)

    70.0%
  12. [Group 6] Bon Scott (AC/DC)

    30.0%
  13. [Group 7] Elton John (Solo)

    66.7%
  14. [Group 7] Phil Lynott (Thin Lizzy)

    30.0%
  15. [Group 8] David Lee Roth (Van Halen)

    50.0%
  16. [Group 8] Don Henley (The Eagles)

    46.7%
  17. [Group 9] Rob Halford (Judas Priest)

    70.0%
  18. [Group 9] Ian Anderson (Jethro Tull)

    26.7%
  19. [Group 10] Barton Cummings (The Guess Who)

    30.0%
  20. [Group 10] Dennis DeYoung (Styx)

    56.7%
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  1. electric funeral

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    Ian Gillan
    Janis Joplin
    Geddy Lee
    Axl Rose
    James Dewar
    Bon Scott
    Phil Lynott
    David Lee Roth
    Rob Halford
    Dennis DeYoung
     
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    I think Plant will edge him out based on LZ's popularity.

    Anyone but Janis Joplin - her voice is as enjoyable as going for a prostrate exam.
     
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    1. Roger Daltrey
    2. Janis Joplin
    3. Geddy Lee
    4. John kay
    5. James Dewar
    6. Bon Scott
    7. Elton John
    8. Don Henley
    9. Rob Halford
    10. Dennis DeYoung
     
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    I knew I couldn't be perfect :) haha Sorry Burton.
     
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    I'm wondering if people are voting for Geddy Lee do to all his work compared to Delps over the years. If you are comparing vocal ability than Delp would win by miles hands down. Weird.
     
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    ^^ I can't speak for others, but I voted who I thought was the most talented vocalist, even if I enjoyed their competitors singing more. While I don't find Lee a bad vocalist, Delp is much better, and that is coming from a Rush nut. Surprised to see them tied.
     
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    [Group 1] Ian Gillan (Deep Purple)
    [Group 2] Joe Elliot (Def Leppard)
    [Group 3] Geddy Lee (Rush)
    [Group 4] Axl Rose (Guns N' Roses)
    [Group 5] James Dewar (Robin Trower)
    [Group 6] Bon Scott (AC/DC)
    [Group 7] Phil Lynott (Thin Lizzy)
    [Group 8] Don Henley (The Eagles)
    [Group 9] Rob Halford (Judas Priest)
    [Group 10] :confused:
     
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    Ian Gillan
    Joe Elliot
    Geddy Lee
    John Kay
    Bruce Springsteen
    Robert Plant
    Elton John (Toughest match up for me, I love Phil Lynott as well.)
    Don Henley
    Ian Anderson (I know Halford will win but I have to take Ian...:D)
    Burton Cummings
     
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    [Group 1] Ian Gillan (Deep Purple)
    [Group 2] Joe Elliot (Def Leppard)
    [Group 3] Geddy Lee (Rush)
    [Group 4] John Kay (Steppenwolf)
    [Group 5] James Dewar (Robin Trower)
    [Group 6] Robert Plant (Led Zeppelin)
    [Group 7] Elton John (Solo)
    [Group 8] David Lee Roth (Van Halen)
    [Group 9] Rob Halford (Judas Priest)
    [Group 10] Dennis DeYoung (Styx)
     
  10. runtfan

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    Geddy Lee beating Brad Delp?...(snicker snicker)...ridiculous
     

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