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10th Feb '16 8:42:02 AM TokyoByNight
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* Music/InThisMoment has Maria sounding like she's going insane in almost every song.
4th Feb '16 4:51:32 PM Hossmeister
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* Music/LinkinPark normally includes screamed vocals for their more hardcore songs. However, on their album ''Minutes to Midnight'', Chester Bennington (the one who sings) went UpToEleven with a 17-second, two-pitch, one-breath scream near the end of "Given Up".
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* Music/LinkinPark normally includes screamed vocals for their more hardcore songs. However, on their album ''Minutes to Midnight'', ''Music/MinutesToMidnight'', Chester Bennington (the one who sings) went UpToEleven with a 17-second, two-pitch, one-breath scream near the end of "Given Up".
31st Jan '16 7:17:17 AM Dravencour
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** Another example is "Don't Leave Me Now", which makes sense in context because scream at the end predicts the events of the next track on the album.
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** Another example is "Don't Leave Me Now", which makes sense in context because the rageful scream at the end predicts the events of the next track on the album.
24th Jan '16 2:47:42 PM igordebraga
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* Hole's "I Think That I Would Die" from ''Live Through This'', said to be about Courtney Love's custody battle for her daughter. Cue Courtney screeching "THERE IS NO MILK!" like a cat with a sore head. Then it calms down, with just Eric's guitar backing Courtney singing, "It's...not...yours." Then: "FUCK! YOOOOUUUUU!"
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* Hole's "I Think That I Would Die" from ''Live Through This'', said to be about Courtney Love's Music/CourtneyLove's custody battle for her daughter. Cue Courtney screeching "THERE IS NO MILK!" like a cat with a sore head. Then it calms down, with just Eric's guitar backing Courtney singing, "It's...not...yours." Then: "FUCK! YOOOOUUUUU!"
24th Jan '16 2:43:49 PM igordebraga
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* The chorus of The Immigrant Song by Music/LedZeppelin is simply "Aaa-aaaaaa-aaa-aaa!" twice.
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* The chorus intro\chorus of The "The Immigrant Song Song" by Music/LedZeppelin is simply "Aaa-aaaaaa-aaa-aaa!" [[BattleCry "Aaa-aaaaaa-aaa-aaa!"]] twice.
18th Jan '16 12:18:56 PM matteste
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* Christian Hedgren, the lead singer of the group ''Music/TwilightForce'', has a tendency to really crack up the octaves on some of his MetalScream's, some so much that one has to wonder if someone is doing river-dance on his nut's. This is especially noticeable in the song "[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jg73qXLFTHE Twilight Horizon]]". And the funny bit. The guy is capable of going even higher.
7th Jan '16 12:05:22 PM BigBertha
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* Every single HairMetal band, ever. Practically the entire vocal style of Cindarella's Tom Keifer (the guy's already had two major vocal cord injuries).
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* Every single HairMetal band, ever. Practically the entire vocal style of Cindarella's Cinderella's Tom Keifer (the guy's already had two major vocal cord injuries).

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* Every single HairMetal band, ever. Practically the entire vocal style of Cindarella's Tom Keifer (the guy's already had two major vocal cord injuries).Music/{{Lostprophets}}' song "We Are Godzilla, You Are Japan" is almost entirely sung in this style.
7th Jan '16 8:24:54 AM Morgenthaler
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* "Luca" by BrandNew. The song has a quiet, acoustic section that goes on for about a minute before being suddenly stopped in the middle of a sentence by the singer screaming at the top of his lungs, at which point the electric guitars come back in.
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* "Luca" by BrandNew.Music/BrandNew. The song has a quiet, acoustic section that goes on for about a minute before being suddenly stopped in the middle of a sentence by the singer screaming at the top of his lungs, at which point the electric guitars come back in.
1st Jan '16 5:04:04 PM intastiel
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* Jens Kidman of Music/{{Meshuggah}} manages moments like these, even relative to his usual aggressive HarshVocals. In the ''[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TqPNn_ki1s8 I]]'' EP, he cuts off the juddering opening riffs with a 20-second shriek like he's being fed feet-first through a wood chipper.
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* Jens Kidman of Music/{{Meshuggah}} manages moments like these, even relative to his usual aggressive HarshVocals. In the ''[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TqPNn_ki1s8 I]]'' EP, he cuts off the juddering opening riffs with a 20-second shriek like he's he's being fed feet-first through a wood chipper.
28th Dec '15 6:31:13 AM TwilightLord
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* Jens Kidman of Music/{{Meshuggah}} manages moments like these, even relative to his usual aggressive HarshVocals. In the ''[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TqPNn_ki1s8 I]]'' EP, he cuts off the juddering opening riffs with a 20-second shriek like he's being fed feet-first through a wood chipper.
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* Jens Kidman of Music/{{Meshuggah}} manages moments like these, even relative to his usual aggressive HarshVocals. In the ''[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TqPNn_ki1s8 I]]'' EP, he cuts off the juddering opening riffs with a 20-second shriek like he's he's being fed feet-first through a wood chipper.chipper. * Music/{{Stratovarius}} have quite a few examples, though more melodic than most. Timo Tolkki did this impressively on ''Dreamspace'' - that high-pitched noise you hear in the track "Thin Ice"? It's not a violin. ''It's Tolkki screaming.'' There are also examples in "Shattered" and the title track, among others.
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