Top 10 Most Unusual Voices In Rock Music Today

Tom Waits: With his gravelly, growling voice, Tom Waits has crafted a distinctive sound that blends blues, jazz, and rock.

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Serj Tankian (System of a Down: Tankian's distinctive vocal delivery, characterized by his dramatic shifts between melodic singing.

Mike Patton (Faith No More, Mr. Bungle: Known for his versatility, Patton's ability to seamlessly transition between various vocal styles.

Matt Bellamy (Muse: Bellamy's operatic tenor and falsetto vocals, combined with his virtuosic guitar playing, contribute to Muse's epic.

Laura Jane Grace (Against Me: Grace's raspy and emotive voice, coupled with her introspective songwriting, has resonated with fans.

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Jónsi Birgisson (Sigur Rós: Singing primarily in Icelandic and employing a unique vocal style called Vonlenska ("Hopelandic.

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David Byrne (Talking Heads: Byrne's quirky and expressive vocals, coupled with his eclectic songwriting.

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Cedric Bixler-Zavala (The Mars Volta: Known for his soaring falsetto and dynamic vocal range.

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Brittany Howard (Alabama Shakes: Howard's soulful and powerful voice, infused with raw emotion.

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Björk: Björk's avant-garde vocal approach, characterized by her wide vocal range and unconventional phrasing.

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