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22nd Jul '17 12:00:41 PM AnotherWanderingGhost
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* In "Summer Dress" by July Talk, Peter Dreimanis lets out a whoop/scream at the end of both of his verses. Its high pitch as compared to his deep and graveling singing voice makes it especially jarring.
21st May '17 3:36:26 PM nombretomado
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* The version of Ballroom Blitz which Tia Carrere sings in WaynesWorld features some impressive wailing.

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* The version of Ballroom Blitz which Tia Carrere sings in WaynesWorld ''Film/WaynesWorld'' features some impressive wailing.
20th May '17 1:58:20 PM HikarutheHedgehog
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** The scream in the above song is by Roger Waters. The scream was used again in various songs, notably in the introduction of "Another Brick in the Wall (Part II)."
** And in "Run Like Hell."

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** The scream in the above song is by Roger Waters. The scream It was used again in various songs, notably most famously in the introduction of "Another Brick in the Wall (Part II)."
** And in
II)," as well as on "Run Like Hell."Hell" and "Two Suns in the Sunset" (the latter being particularly jarring, since the song itself is otherwise rather subdued).



** 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.

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** Another example is "Don't Leave Me Now," which makes sense in context because the rageful enraged scream at the end predicts the events of the next track on the album.
11th May '17 10:23:12 AM Twentington
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* Christian Hedgren, the lead singer of the group ''Twilight Force,'' has a tendency to really crack up the octaves on some of his {{Metal Scream}}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.

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* Christian Hedgren, the lead singer of the group ''Twilight Force,'' has a tendency to really crack up the octaves on some of his {{Metal Scream}}s, some so much that one has to wonder if someone is doing river-dance on his nut's.nuts. 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.



* Brett Eldredge lets out a particularly potent (by country music standards, at least) scream halfway through "Somethin' I'm Good At".

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* Brett Eldredge lets out a particularly potent (by country music standards, at least) scream yowl halfway through "Somethin' I'm Good At".At". According to a ''Billboard'' article, this was a ThrowItIn moment due to him losing count of the beat.
8th May '17 8:37:42 PM HikarutheHedgehog
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* Music/TheDoors are quite possibly the UrExample, in songs such as "Light My Fire", "The End", "When the Music's Over".
7th May '17 12:09:08 PM HikarutheHedgehog
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*** The use of Clare Torry's screaming in "Speak to Me" is possibly an even better example. It's all fairly creepy with the cash register noises and Peter Watts' creepy laugh, when suddenly you hear "AAAAAAHHH! AAAAAAHHHHHH! AHHHHHH!" which leads you loudly and theatrically into "Breathe".

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*** The use of Clare Torry's her screaming in "Speak to Me" is possibly an even better example. It's all fairly creepy with the cash register noises and Peter Watts' creepy laugh, when suddenly you hear "AAAAAAHHH! AAAAAAHHHHHH! AHHHHHH!" which leads you loudly and theatrically into "Breathe".
7th May '17 12:08:38 PM HikarutheHedgehog
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** Arguably "The Great Gig in the Sky," in combination with OneWomanWail.
*** Certainly the use of Clare Torry's screaming in "Speak to Me" counts as this. It's all fairly creepy with the cash register noises and Peter Watts' creepy laugh, when suddenly you hear "AAAAAAHHH! AAAAAAHHHHHH! AHHHHHH!" which leads you loudly and theatrically into "Breathe" -- which seems almost like a BreatherEpisode.

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** Arguably [[Music/TheDarkSideOfTheMoon "The Great Gig in the Sky," in combination Sky"]] combines this with OneWomanWail.
OneWomanWail, in which guest vocalist Clare Torry randomly switches between soulful wordless singing and brief spurts of frantic shrieking.
*** Certainly the The use of Clare Torry's screaming in "Speak to Me" counts as this. is possibly an even better example. It's all fairly creepy with the cash register noises and Peter Watts' creepy laugh, when suddenly you hear "AAAAAAHHH! AAAAAAHHHHHH! AHHHHHH!" which leads you loudly and theatrically into "Breathe" -- which seems almost like a BreatherEpisode."Breathe".


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** Cedric was especially good at this in Music/AtTheDriveIn.
19th Apr '17 10:40:11 AM TimeLordVictorious
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* The Music/TheDoors are quite possibly the UrExample, in songs such as "Light My Fire", "The End", "When the Music's Over".

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* The Music/TheDoors are quite possibly the UrExample, in songs such as "Light My Fire", "The End", "When the Music's Over".
19th Apr '17 10:39:31 AM TimeLordVictorious
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** An example earlier than Pink Floyd is Music/TheDoors, in songs such as "Light My Fire", "The End", "When the Music's Over".

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** An example earlier than Pink Floyd is Music/TheDoors, * The Music/TheDoors are quite possibly the UrExample, in songs such as "Light My Fire", "The End", "When the Music's Over".
15th Apr '17 10:17:03 PM InTheGallbladder
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* "The Dust Storm" by Those Poor Bastards. Lonesome Wyatt sounds like a serial killer, alternately groaning and crying out like a coyote in barbed wire. To quote the chorus, "Take off your dreeeeeeess, put on your faaaaaaaaaace, I'M FEELIN' WILD!"

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* "The Dust Storm" by Those Poor Bastards. Lonesome Wyatt sounds like a serial killer, alternately groaning and crying out Wyatt's known for his baritone, but he's also given to wailing like a coyote in barbed wire. To quote wire, with verses, choruses, or in some cases, entire songs falling directly into this territory.
** ''Satan Is Watching'' kicks off with a loud wail, which recurs throughout
the chorus, "Take off your dreeeeeeess, put on your faaaaaaaaaace, I'M FEELIN' WILD!"opening track.
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