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7th Jul '16 9:18:15 AM gewunomox
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** They were the first to use it extensively. The vocal style was first used by TheWho in their novelty song "Boris the Spider".

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** They were the first to use it extensively. The vocal style was first used by TheWho Music/TheWho in their novelty song "Boris the Spider".
23rd Jun '16 3:23:46 AM gewunomox
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* LittleRichard.

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* LittleRichard.Music/LittleRichard.
21st Jun '16 7:39:17 PM gewunomox
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* Not ''quite'' what's meant here, but LeonardCohen did say, "Only in Canada could [[SelfDeprecation somebody with a voice like mine]] win Vocalist of the Year" when accepting the Juno Award for Best Male Vocalist in 1992.

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* Not ''quite'' what's meant here, but LeonardCohen Music/LeonardCohen did say, "Only in Canada could [[SelfDeprecation somebody with a voice like mine]] win Vocalist of the Year" when accepting the Juno Award for Best Male Vocalist in 1992.
18th Jun '16 8:17:14 AM FlakyPorcupine
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* Music/APaleHorseNamedDeath use harsh vocals very sparingly, such as on "Devil Came with a Smile".
9th Jun '16 4:00:03 AM gewunomox
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* {{Dream Theater}}'s James LaBrie normally did melodic vocals but has done occasionally employed harsher vocals, notable on Black Clouds and Silver Linings. The song ''A Nightmare to Remember" is also the only time the band has used the death growl technique, though that wasn't done by LaBrie.

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* {{Dream Theater}}'s Music/DreamTheater's James LaBrie normally did melodic vocals but has done occasionally employed harsher vocals, notable on Black Clouds and Silver Linings. The song ''A Nightmare to Remember" is also the only time the band has used the death growl technique, though that wasn't done by LaBrie.
31st May '16 5:31:01 AM Nick7689
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* Harvey Fierstein, despite very much being a CampGay, has a ''very'' gravelly voice that you really wouldn't expect to hear in the show tunes he usually sings.
17th May '16 4:56:46 AM kawaiineko333
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* Music/LadyBaby has this with Ladybeard. The girls come in singing in a tone normally meant for J-pop, then he comes in with the growling vocals.
3rd May '16 3:16:33 PM aye_amber
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* Very common in {{Industrial}} and related styles, pioneered by SkinnyPuppy back in the 80s.

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* Very common in {{Industrial}} and related styles, pioneered by SkinnyPuppy Music/SkinnyPuppy back in the 80s.
1st Mar '16 2:06:28 AM TokyoByNight
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* Music/{{Hacktivist}} has emcee Ben Marvin, who does this combined with rapping in contrast to fellow emcee Jermaine "J" Hurley, who uses clean vocal raps.
21st Feb '16 12:27:12 PM Inspeps
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* Much like fellow metal virtuoso vocalist Mike Patton, Music/DevinTownsend uses almost every vocal style under the sun, and is ''very'' good at implenting harsh vocals into his music.
* [[Wrestling/RandySavage 'Macho Man' Randy Savage]] had this as his normal speaking voice.
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