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16 comments:

  1. Eli Prinsen... easily the best on the list... also sings for The Sacrificed.

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  2. Screamer poll - Kevin Young (Disciple) hands down...

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  3. Rey Parra (Sacred Warrior) No contest.

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  4. Bride forever...

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  5. Ron Rinehart #1

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  6. Ronnie Thrash we still love you always

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  7. Boanerges, amazing band!

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  8. Les Carlsen of Bloodgood, by far the BEST!!!

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  9. Did not even have one of the best listed - Kevin Young of Disciple

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  10. Michael Sweet de Stryper el mas grande, una voz descomunal que aun con el paso del tiempo permanece intacta

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    1. Intacta???? Estas segura de eso? Escucha sus primeros albumes y su voz era muy aguda, ahora es mucho mas grave, y ya no alcanza algunas notas como lo hacia antes. No se como puedes decir eso

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  11. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8ur8li6-WaY

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  12. How about David Robbins (X-Sinner, "Get It" era)???

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  13. IMHO depends on the time! Michael Sweet for the early 80's was the man! Early on, he had the pipes to match anyone.
    His best album vocally was Against the Law. If you don't think so, watch the interview with Matt Crouch when Michael departed Stryper. Michael teaches Matt how to scream and it's awesome to watch. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8ur8li6-WaY

    Dale Thompson, easy 2nd if not tied for 1st for the same era. Dale is actually more versatile and creative vocally than Michael. I remember seeing both in concert on the Against the Law tour in Tulsa; Stryper was awesome as usual. However, Bride had the show. Dale was insane awesome. Michael on Shining Star was insane, but Dale had it on Troubled Times.

    Mike Lee (Drive) - Barren Cross was awesome, and I play their Atomic Arena album more than any I own. Different style, and to many, like eating venison.

    Scott Wenzel was plain classic.

    I agree with the comment on David Robbins. Certainly should be on the list.

    Kevin Young - Post 2000+ Simply the best screamer in the business. Kevin accomplishes what is impossible for many screamers; he hits notes. Most screamers are forced to sing in certain keys because they can't alter pitch. (Watch instructional videos, Zen Of Screaming 1 & 2) Kevin can alter pitch, hit notes, change pitch mid-note, etc.

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  14. Michael Sweet of Stryper - of course!

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