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16th Jun '17 12:41:28 AM Scsigs
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* Since they're Rock Operas, {{Music/GreenDay}}'s ''American Idiot'' and ''21st Century Breakdown'' albums count, especially if you go by the Broadway version of ''American Idiot'' as a reference, Billie Joe plays St. Jimmy, Jesus of Suburbia, Whatsername, and all of the other characters from it. The other has him playing Christian and Gloria, unless it's all from just Christian's point of view.

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* Since they're Rock Operas, {{Music/GreenDay}}'s Music/GreenDay's ''American Idiot'' and ''21st Century Breakdown'' albums count, especially if you go by the Broadway version of ''American Idiot'' as a reference, Billie Joe plays St. Jimmy, Jesus of Suburbia, Whatsername, and all of the other characters from it. The other has him playing Christian and Gloria, unless it's all from just Christian's point of view.
16th Jun '17 12:40:53 AM Scsigs
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* Music/{{Eminem}} often talks to himself in songs, especially eariler ones such as "My Name Is."

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* Music/{{Eminem}} often talks to himself in songs, especially eariler earlier ones such as "My Name Is."



* Music/TinyTim used it in the song ''Daddy, Daddy, What is Heaven Like?'', where he voiced the father in his normal baritone range, and the son by singing falsetto.

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* Music/TinyTim used it in the song ''Daddy, Daddy, What is Heaven Like?'', where he voiced the father in his normal baritone range, and the son by singing falsetto.falsetto.
* Since they're Rock Operas, {{Music/GreenDay}}'s ''American Idiot'' and ''21st Century Breakdown'' albums count, especially if you go by the Broadway version of ''American Idiot'' as a reference, Billie Joe plays St. Jimmy, Jesus of Suburbia, Whatsername, and all of the other characters from it. The other has him playing Christian and Gloria, unless it's all from just Christian's point of view.
12th Mar '17 11:02:58 AM nombretomado
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* Brad Paisley's "Born on Christmas Day" includes elements from a recording that he made at age 13. On the final chorus, he and his 13-year-old self sing together.

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* Brad Paisley's Music/BradPaisley's "Born on Christmas Day" includes elements from a recording that he made at age 13. On the final chorus, he and his 13-year-old self sing together.



* A MitchBenn song has him sing both halves of a duet between Barry Gibb (InTheStyleOf Music/TheBeeGees) and Music/JohnnyCash's house (in the style of Cash).

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* A MitchBenn Music/MitchBenn song has him sing both halves of a duet between Barry Gibb (InTheStyleOf Music/TheBeeGees) and Music/JohnnyCash's house (in the style of Cash).
31st Aug '16 5:02:31 PM nombretomado
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* In EmilieAutumn's "Fight like A Girl" RockOpera, Emilie voices all the characters. Including the male ones. "I Don't Understand" is a classic SoloDuet.

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* In EmilieAutumn's Music/EmilieAutumn's "Fight like A Girl" RockOpera, Emilie voices all the characters. Including the male ones. "I Don't Understand" is a classic SoloDuet.
16th Nov '15 2:27:10 AM MrInitialMan
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* Music/MichaelJackson's short film "Ghosts" features him playing the Maestro, the protagonist...and the Mayor, the antagonist (the latter in costume). Also, he plays the Superghoul who possesses the Mayor and transforms him into a hideous, mutated version of himself, then takes "Talking To Himself" to new heights by having the Superghoul possessing the Mayor taunt the Mayor ''using the Mayor to do so.''

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* Music/MichaelJackson's short film "Ghosts" features him playing the Maestro, the protagonist...and the Mayor, the antagonist (the latter in costume). Also, he plays the Superghoul who possesses the Mayor and transforms him into a hideous, mutated version of himself, then takes "Talking To Himself" to new heights by having the Superghoul possessing the Mayor taunt the Mayor ''using the Mayor to do so.''''
* Music/TinyTim used it in the song ''Daddy, Daddy, What is Heaven Like?'', where he voiced the father in his normal baritone range, and the son by singing falsetto.
21st May '15 7:19:31 PM ScreamingNyet1
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* Music/TheNotoriousBIG's "Gimme The Loot" has him portraying two men committing armed robbery together: One of the characters is supposed to be Notorious B.I.G. himself and is rapped in his normal voice, while he uses a higher-pitched, somewhat nasally tone for his unnamed partner in crime. It's convincing enough that listeners do sometimes mistake the song as a collaboration with an uncredited second rapper.

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* Music/TheNotoriousBIG's "Gimme The Loot" has him portraying two men committing armed robbery together: One of the characters is supposed to be Notorious B.I.G. himself and is rapped in his normal voice, while he uses a higher-pitched, somewhat nasally tone for his unnamed partner in crime. It's convincing enough that listeners do sometimes mistake the song as a collaboration with an uncredited second rapper.rapper.
* Music/MichaelJackson's short film "Ghosts" features him playing the Maestro, the protagonist...and the Mayor, the antagonist (the latter in costume). Also, he plays the Superghoul who possesses the Mayor and transforms him into a hideous, mutated version of himself, then takes "Talking To Himself" to new heights by having the Superghoul possessing the Mayor taunt the Mayor ''using the Mayor to do so.''
2nd Jan '15 2:08:51 PM MikeK
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* Music/SlickRick often alters his voice in his songs to differentiate other characters from his own narration. This is most evident in songs like "The Moment I Feared" and "Kit (What's the Scoop?)"

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* Music/SlickRick often alters his voice in his songs to differentiate other characters from his own narration. This is most evident in songs like "The Moment I Feared" and "Kit (What's the Scoop?)"Scoop?)"
* Music/TheNotoriousBIG's "Gimme The Loot" has him portraying two men committing armed robbery together: One of the characters is supposed to be Notorious B.I.G. himself and is rapped in his normal voice, while he uses a higher-pitched, somewhat nasally tone for his unnamed partner in crime. It's convincing enough that listeners do sometimes mistake the song as a collaboration with an uncredited second rapper.
31st Dec '14 11:49:54 AM nombretomado
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* JeffFoxworthy has a conversation with himself in "The Redneck 12 Days of Christmas:"

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* JeffFoxworthy Creator/JeffFoxworthy has a conversation with himself in "The Redneck 12 Days of Christmas:"
25th Aug '14 10:19:58 AM AfroThunder
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* Music/SlickRick often alters his voice in his songs to differentiate other characters from his own narration. This is most evident in songs like "The Moment I Feared" and "Kit (What's the Scoop?)

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* Music/SlickRick often alters his voice in his songs to differentiate other characters from his own narration. This is most evident in songs like "The Moment I Feared" and "Kit (What's the Scoop?)Scoop?)"
25th Aug '14 10:19:29 AM AfroThunder
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----* Music/SlickRick often alters his voice in his songs to differentiate other characters from his own narration. This is most evident in songs like "The Moment I Feared" and "Kit (What's the Scoop?)
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