Top 10 Rock and Roll Songs With the Greatest Screams

Won't Get Fooled Again" by The Who: Roger Daltrey's primal scream towards the end of this anthem is one of the most iconic moments in rock history.

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Welcome to the Jungle" by Guns N' Roses: Axl Rose's wild and ferocious scream at the start of this track sets the stage for one of the most electrifying rock songs ever.

Smells Like Teen Spirit" by Nirvana: Kurt Cobain's raw, anguished screams in the chorus of this grunge anthem encapsulate the frustration.

Love Reign O'er Me" by The Who: Roger Daltrey's impassioned screams in this powerful ballad convey deep emotion and desperation.

Immigrant Song" by Led Zeppelin: Robert Plant's piercing wail at the beginning of this track is instantly recognizable.

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Highway to Hell" by AC/DC: Bon Scott's gritty and powerful scream in the chorus embodies the rebellious spirit of rock and roll.

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Helter Skelter" by The Beatles: Paul McCartney's fierce scream towards the end of this heavy, chaotic track is a surprising and powerful moment.

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Dream On" by Aerosmith: Steven Tyler's scream in the climax of this power ballad showcases his incredible vocal range and intensity.

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Child in Time" by Deep Purple: Ian Gillan's sustained, high-pitched screams throughout this epic track are both haunting.

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Baba O'Riley" by The Who: Roger Daltrey's scream in the song's final moments is a perfect release of pent-up energy.

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