The Most Underrated Rock Vocal Performances

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Mind-blowing And Powerful And Yet Underrated

Listen to all of them, even at least one, and you’ll know why they were underrated – they did such breathtaking performances, singing one of the greatest songs ever, and their great vocals were often overlooked.

1.Break On Through – Jim Morrison (The Doors)

The baseline, the organ, the frenetic tempo, but Jim’s vocals did it all!

2.Blood Red Skies – Rob Halford (Judas Priest)

The high notes of Rob could defeat a whole nation of singers!

3. Comfortably Numb – Roger Waters/David Gilmour (Pink Floyd)

Those voices are not just something you hear, but they are something you can feel.

4. American Woman – Burton Cummings (Guess Who)

Oh man!! What a voice that can fill a heart!

5. Lazy – Ian Gillan (Deep Purple)

Ian Gillan, the best vocalist the band has ever had.

6. Down In A Hole – Layne Staley/Jerry Cantrell (Alice In Chains)

The way they harmonized together is just incredible!

7. Sweet Child O’Mine – Axl Rose (Guns N’ Roses)

Man! He did have 8 octaves, sadly, he didn’t use it wisely.

8. Whisper In The Night- Jeff Lynne (ELO)

The way Jeff sang, gets you feeling emotional!

9. The Mission – Geoff Tate (Queensryche)

Not only that Geoff Tate performance in this one is underrated, but the band as well.

10. More Than A Feeling – Brad Delp (Boston)

Brad Delp, one of the greatest voices that rock can offer!