Discussion in 'Linkin Park Chat' started by Delicious Dave, Oct 9, 2012.
I'm thinking it's The Messenger but I'm probably wrong.
I'm thinking Waiting For The End
I think it's "Given Up"
I think "I'll be gone" has the most amount of variations of his voice.
As soon as I read the title of the post, I instantly thought of The Messenger and Waiting for the End.
When they come for me has pretty crazy range.
From the Inside
Wretches & Kings maybe..
into you ?
I'LL BE GONE, it feels like Dead By Sunrise is back.
Even though a lot of people here do not like DBS, Chester did have some crazy vocal parts on that album. The most intense screams he has ever done are on Condemned, his soft singing is amazing (Too Late, Let Down, Into You, In The Darkness, etc.) but the two that really stand out are Give Me Your Name and Walking In Circles. He is absolutely amazing on those. His widest vocal range in LP is probably Given Up or maybe In My Remains. He had a lot of cool vocal parts on MTM too that were different for LP but amazing. He also did great in the ending of The Catalyst IMO.
Give me your name and walking in circles were the only 2 songs I didn't like. But I agree his vocals OOA was impressive. I would agree with in my remains as well. I feel were not touching on a lot of the older stuff were he did have some really impressive parts. Like Crawling and breaking the habit,
Definitely not. Range is very limited on that song
Into You definitely. The verses are fairly low, contrasted with an absolutely crazy chorus harmony that comes in on the chorus in the second half of the song.
Seriously, that harmony is like...pre-pubescent choir boy high. It's also very subtle. See if you can hear it.
Geki knows what's up. DBS had lots of vocal range
Yeah, this sounds like a contender.
Astat will be here before long to settle this, though
Condemned is the only song Chester screams in DBS
Are you kidding me? Ever heard My Suffering, End of the World or Inside of Me?
I think Lying From You also has some high ranges for Chester, but only in the chorus.
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