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    i can't think of anyone in particular right now, but yeah bruce dickinson was awesome. i love the classic "hallowed be thy name" on live after death, especially the first part, with the loonnnnng sustain. by the way, martin birch did an incredible job on this recording.

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    Thumbs up my pick for best voice

    Ronnie James Dio

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    lately i heard Sting singing on a live performance with frank zappa. i forgot the name of the song. he's awesome. i never been a sting or police huge fan, but here he made my jaw drop.

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    From the 80's I listened to lots of Madonna, Sting, Fleetwood Mac and Genesis (with Phil Collins).
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    Quote Originally Posted by behnampmdg3 View Post
    Joe lyn turner from rainbow,
    Dio,
    Excellent reference for the guy vote. That boy sounded great.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t62zOXvSrh0

    Girls,tell me that boy wasn't hot?!

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    since celestlyn mentioned genesis, i will mention peter gabriel, but mostly for his first threes solo albums? he did sang very pretty things in the eighties, AND in the nineties.


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    This girl is one with a great voice and certainly one to note as being one of the greats of that decade:


    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jdBgzN1yFMk

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    i remember my brother bought a 45 of whitney. ridiculous sleeve but superb voice and feeling.

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    Best Voice of the 80s

    Yes, I agree, Freddy and George Michael are definitely one of the best voices of the 80s. What about A-ha who sang "Take on Me"? With female volcalists,
    I agree, Alison Moyet of the Yazoo and Annie Lenoxx have great voices!

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    Steve Perry of Journey (if y'all want to slug me, you better soon). But I adore David Bowie, I actually have the Ziggy Stardust album. Mom is reading this over my shoulder and she says Phil Collins.

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    Michael Jackson ( rojo!!! Can you hear me???? )
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    Loud and clear, and I definitely agree!

    (Although I must say, many of the other singers listed in this thread also have great voices that I enjoy hearing as well. I just have a personal preference for MJ's. )
    ''Music, I feel, should be emotional first and intellectual second.'' - Maurice Ravel
    ''The greatest education in the world is watching the masters at work.'' - Michael Jackson


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    Well, for the best voices...Have just posted THIS in one another thread, but as I still have the link copied, can't stand it to paste it here as well and to introduce to you one of the greatest voices of today . ENJOY!!! ))

    http://www.koreus.com/video/crazy-enregistrement-studio.html#
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    Quote Originally Posted by Andrew Roussak View Post
    Well, for the best voices...Have just posted THIS in one another thread, but as I still have the link copied, can't stand it to paste it here as well and to introduce to you one of the greatest voices of today . ENJOY!!! ))

    http://www.koreus.com/video/crazy-enregistrement-studio.html#


    I think he might have damaged something there...
    ''Music, I feel, should be emotional first and intellectual second.'' - Maurice Ravel
    ''The greatest education in the world is watching the masters at work.'' - Michael Jackson


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    He did damage something there Rojo, my ears.


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