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26th May '17 10:08:34 AM Metalhero
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* Music/DyingFetus: John Gallagher With Jason Netherton (1991-2000), Vince Matthews (2001-2004) and Sean Beasley (2007-Present)



* Music/MiseryIndex: Jason Netherton and Mark Kloeppel



* Music/DyingFetus: John Gallagher With Jason Netherton (1991-2000), Vince Matthews (2001-2004) and Sean Beasley (2007-Present)
* Music/MiseryIndex: Jason Netherton and Mark Kloeppel

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* Music/DyingFetus: John Gallagher With Jason Netherton (1991-2000), Vince Matthews (2001-2004) and Sean Beasley (2007-Present)
* Music/MiseryIndex: Jason Netherton and Mark Kloeppel




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* Music/SystemOfADown: Serj Tankian and Daron Malakian
26th May '17 10:03:51 AM Metalhero
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* Music/MiseryIndex: Jason Netherton and Mark Kloeppel


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* Music/{{Rancid}}: Tim Armstrong, Matt Freeman and Lars Frederiksen
26th May '17 9:55:40 AM Metalhero
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* Music/DyingFetus: John Gallagher With Jason Netherton (1991-2000), Vince Matthews (2001-2004) and Sean Beasley (2007-Present)
16th May '17 5:41:42 PM nombretomado
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* Chas 'n' Dave's novelty song "Rabbit, Rabbit" features rapid-fire lyrical handoffs between Chas and (you guessed it) Dave. Later covered on TV by TheTwoRonnies, to thunderous applause.

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* Chas 'n' Dave's novelty song "Rabbit, Rabbit" features rapid-fire lyrical handoffs between Chas and (you guessed it) Dave. Later covered on TV by TheTwoRonnies, Series/TheTwoRonnies, to thunderous applause.
4th May '17 12:42:56 AM Magmortar75
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* Music/{{Kreator}} in their early years had Mille Petrozza and Jürgen "Ventor" Reil as vocalists on a song-by-song basis. However, this became uneven over time (on their debut they were split 50-50 with vocals; after that, Mille began to take over the depepartment); by the time of their fourth album, Petrozza became the band's only studio vocalist. They were both [[HarshVocals harsh vocalists]] but with very different approaches to it, Ventor being merely gruff while Petrozza was a little less gruff but he often went for straight-up growls and shrieks, although the latter were largely ditched after he became the only singer.
1st May '17 6:27:33 AM SparksOfTheTempest
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* Kansas started with Steve Walsh and Robby Steinhardt for their first several albums. After Steinhardt first left, Walsh and his replacement John Elefante were solo lead vocalists for a while. Walsh and Steinhardt reunited for 2000's ''Somewhere to Elsewhere''. Bassist Billy Greer [[StepUpToTheMicrophone stepped up]] for one song on ''Elsewhere'' but was otherwise a backing vocalist until he got tagged in after Robby left the band again at the end of that decade.

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* Kansas started with Steve Walsh and Robby Steinhardt for their first several albums. After Steinhardt first left, Walsh and his replacement John Elefante were solo lead vocalists for a while. Walsh and Steinhardt reunited for 2000's ''Somewhere to Elsewhere''. Bassist Billy Greer [[StepUpToTheMicrophone stepped up]] for one song on ''Elsewhere'' but was otherwise a backing vocalist until he got tagged in after Robby left the band again at the end of that decade. Currently it's Billy Greer and Walsh's replacement Ronnie Platt.
2nd Apr '17 10:51:02 AM nombretomado
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* Though Music/{{Wings}} obviously was dominated by the writing and lead singing of PaulMcCartney, other bandmembers contributed lead vocals and compositions, usually ex-leader of Music/TheMoodyBlues, guitarist/bassist Denny Laine. Guitarist Jimmy [=McCullough=] from the 1975-77 period provided lead vocals on his songs, "Medicine Jar" and "Wino Junko", while all five members were given a lead on ''Wings At The Speed Of Sound''. McCartney had actually wanted Wings to have a band identity, yet he clearly was the one who provided the band with the most input.

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* Though Music/{{Wings}} obviously was dominated by the writing and lead singing of PaulMcCartney, Music/PaulMcCartney, other bandmembers contributed lead vocals and compositions, usually ex-leader of Music/TheMoodyBlues, guitarist/bassist Denny Laine. Guitarist Jimmy [=McCullough=] from the 1975-77 period provided lead vocals on his songs, "Medicine Jar" and "Wino Junko", while all five members were given a lead on ''Wings At The Speed Of Sound''. McCartney had actually wanted Wings to have a band identity, yet he clearly was the one who provided the band with the most input.
15th Mar '17 1:18:47 PM Twentington
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* Marshall Dyllon, a short-lived country music BoyBand, rotated the lead vocal duties among all five members (Daniel Cahoon, Jesse Littleton[[note]]later a solo artist under the name Gran Bel Fisher[[/note]], brothers Michael and Paul Martin, and Todd Michael Sansom). Sansom also co-wrote some of the band's songs and arranged the vocals.
23rd Feb '17 9:14:18 PM Xtifr
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* Music/TheRadiatorsUS: Ed Volker and Dave Malone divide the vocals up about 50/50. Ed usually sings the more "New Orleans-y" songs, while Dave sings more of the rockers. On some songs, they alternate verses or one sings the verses while the other sings the chorus.
9th Feb '17 10:55:22 AM Twentington
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* Gloriana: Among their singles, the largest amount were duets between Tom Gossin and Rachel Reinert: "The World Is Ours Tonight", "(Kissed You) Good Night", "Can't Shake You", "Best Night Ever", and their cover of "Almost Paradise" for the 2011 remake of ''Film/{{Footloose}}''. Their debut single "Wild at Heart" was mostly Tom, with Cheyenne Kimball ([[ThePeteBest who quit after the first album]]) singing two lines of the second verse; "How Far Do You Wanna Go?" and "Wanna Take You Home" were sung entirely by Tom; and "Trouble" entirely by Rachel. Tom's brother, Mike, only did backing vocals.

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* Gloriana: Among their singles, the largest amount Gloriana most commonly released singles that were duets between Tom Gossin and Rachel Reinert: "The World Is Ours Tonight", "(Kissed You) Good Night", "Can't Shake You", "Best Night Ever", and their cover of "Almost Paradise" for the 2011 remake of ''Film/{{Footloose}}''. Their debut single "Wild at Heart" was mostly Tom, with Cheyenne Kimball ([[ThePeteBest who quit after the first album]]) singing two lines of the second verse; "How Far Do You Wanna Go?" and "Wanna Take You Home" were sung entirely by Tom; and "Trouble" entirely by Rachel. Tom's brother, Mike, only did backing vocals.



* [=LoCash=] (Preston Brust and Chris Lucas), originally known as [=LoCash=] Cowboys. Preston usually takes the more upbeat material like "C.O.U.N.T.R.Y." or "I Love This Life" (their BreakthroughHit), and Chris usually takes the softer songs such as "Keep in Mind", "Best Seat in the House", or "I Know Somebody".
* Music/{{Lonestar}} started out with Richie [=McDonald=] and John Rich (see Big & Rich, above) as co-lead vocalists, although only one single with Rich on lead vocal got released. Coincidentally, said single ("Heartbroke Every Day") overlapped on the charts with Richie's guest appearance on then-labelmate Mindy [=McCready=]'s "Maybe He'll Notice Her Now".

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* [=LoCash=] (Preston Brust and Chris Lucas), originally known as (formerly [=LoCash=] Cowboys. Cowboys): Preston Brust usually takes the more upbeat material like "C.O.U.N.T.R.Y." or "I Love This Life" (their BreakthroughHit), and Chris Lucas usually takes the softer songs such as "Keep in Mind", "Best Seat in the House", or "I Know Somebody".
* Music/{{Lonestar}} started out with Richie [=McDonald=] and John Rich (see (later of Big & Rich, above) Rich) as co-lead vocalists, although only one single with Rich on lead vocal got released. Coincidentally, said single ("Heartbroke Every Day") overlapped on the charts with Richie's guest appearance on then-labelmate Mindy [=McCready=]'s "Maybe He'll Notice Her Now".
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