Hello, first post here. There are a few singers I'd like to verify the vocal ranges for; Chris Difford, Glenn Tilbrook (Squeeze), Ed Robertson, Steven Page (Barenaked Ladies), David Paton, and Billy Lyall (Pilot). I believe they are all baritones, with the exception of David Paton, as I've heard him sing a high D on Never Give Up. Billy Lyall only sings on one Pilot song (Passion Piece). He made one solo album, which I haven't heard yet.
Post by originalvonster on Aug 6, 2019 12:33:32 GMT
Hi could someone add Emily Haines from the band Metric to the Threadless Singers Section? I would like to find out her vocal range. Some websites list her as a Soprano and others as a Contralto. Thank you in advance.
I mean, he actually sings, he does the awful singing on the awful chorus of the awful "Escape" and there's the even more awful attempt at enka singing on the last track of their new album (which has some japanese title I can't remember and it's actually pretty decent), but the singing on stuff like "Dusky Vision", "Return of the Curse" and "Destination" is their guitarrist (who goes by like Ray or something, can't remember either). I know both sing in the album, but I think the more impressive stuff is all the guitarrist (who has the more tenorish voice with the better english pronunciation, Keisuke has a darker-sounding voice and a warblier pronunciation when singing in english, don't remember about his japanese singing).
Sorry if I killed your buzz, but you've done threads for singers that pretty much only screamed before, didn't you? I think the main problem with him would be the lack of lows though (since we don't count low distorted stuff), I think he would have pretty much only spoken parts and stuff. I wish I could help more but I'm not that familiar with their music
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