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Singers whose voice you can't stand

Discussion in 'music' started by 2ManyBoxes, Mar 5, 2020.

  1. 2ManyBoxes

    2ManyBoxes pfm Member

    1) Bob Dylan
    2) Liam Gallagher
    3) Boy George
    4) Any of those dance track singers who just scream their heads off from beginning to end
    5) Tom Waits

    I'm sure there's someone else but I can't think of them right now :) I realise that I'm stretching the boundaries of "singing" with some of the above
     
    Last edited: Mar 6, 2020
  2. chartz

    chartz pfm Member

    Bob Dylan +1 awful
    Rod Stewart
    Johnny Reid
    Mariah Carrey
    Jose Carreras
     
  3. matt j

    matt j pfm Member

    Lead singer with Vampire Weekend, not much makes me switch the radio off/over but every time they come on I have to. Not helped by the crap music.

    Kate Tempest is another.
     
  4. Nagraboy

    Nagraboy pfm Member

    Joni Mitchell and the guy from Anthony And The Johnsons. Can’t get through one song of theirs, just awful!
     
  5. Marchbanks

    Marchbanks Hat and Beard member

    Keith Jarrett.
     
  6. mansr

    mansr Well-Known Member

    Tom Jones
     
  7. Rob998

    Rob998 Scimmia Nordoccidentale

    Paloma Faith
     
  8. Snufkin

    Snufkin pfm Member

    Tom Waits.
     
  9. Wolfmancatsup

    Wolfmancatsup Empire State Human

    I quite liked Zombie by The Cranberries. Bought the album then found Dolores O’Riordan did that yodel thing on every track, which quickly became quite painful.
    Love Waits though...

    Mick
     
  10. Snufkin

    Snufkin pfm Member

    Its funny the voices we like and don't like. For example I love Tom Rapp's voice and he sang with a lisp but I can't stand the croaking noises made by Mr Waits.
     
  11. mansr

    mansr Well-Known Member

    Waits is great. Wouldn't call him a singer, though.
     
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  12. ex brickie

    ex brickie pfm Member

    Adele
    Any recent female singers who just drawl and don’t pronounce words properly
     
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  13. 2ManyBoxes

    2ManyBoxes pfm Member

    Boy George is technically very good but there's just something that gets under my skin.

    Mariah Carey OTOH is technically great but is totally devoid of all genuine emotion. If she ever does find something she genuinely cares about and gets the right song / producer, she could produce one of the greats. Whether that ever happens is another thing...
     
  14. tiggers

    tiggers pfm Member

    Totally agree, it's like every song is a demonstration of her vocal range, not a performance with emotion or feeling in it.
     
  15. 2ManyBoxes

    2ManyBoxes pfm Member

    Best enjoyed in small doses, no more than 2 tracks at a time. Zombie is a great track by itself but more so in contrast with the rest of their output.
     
  16. mansr

    mansr Well-Known Member

    And what's with the H? Is it "Mary-AH"?
     
  17. zekezebra

    zekezebra pfm Member

    For me Chris Martin from Coldplay. Plus any obviously autotuned stuff.
     
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  18. Sean K

    Sean K pfm Member

    Robert Plant. Sorry.
     
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  19. martin clark

    martin clark pinko bodger

    Most of 'them'.
    I really don't care for singing much at all in popular music.

    (I do actually like Joni Mitchell. Mark your card accordingly.)
     
  20. MartinC

    MartinC pfm Member

    Dylan, no question.
     

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