Rolling Stones top 100 singers of all time might be a little racist ?

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Stevie Nicks was 100 times better than Aretha Franklin
 
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No Garth brooks?
 

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singers?

I don't see Bing or Frank on the list.
 
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Whitney Houston top five all-time in her prime
 

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The Rolling Stone Top 100 Singers list has the same credibility as the nominees for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. In other word zero credibility
 

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Lots of problems with that list. Lennon, Dylan, Nina Simone, Howlin Wolf, Bjork way too high. Many singers in the bottom half who should be in the top 30. And really great ones missing. Yeah that's a pretty jacked up list.
 

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Digital Dream Doors top 50 Male Singers
1. Freddie Mercury (Queen, Solo)
2. Elvis Presley
3. Robert Plant (Led Zeppelin, Solo)
4. Jackie Wilson
5. Roy Orbison
6. Sam Cooke
7. Ian Gillan (Deep Purple, Solo)
8. Stevie Wonder
9. Jeff Buckley
10. Steve Perry (Journey, Solo)
11. Clyde McPhatter (Drifters, Dominoes, Solo)
12. Roger Daltrey (The Who, Solo)
13. Marvin Gaye
14. Rob Halford (Judas Priest)
15. Little Richard
16. Paul McCartney (The Beatles, Wings, Solo)
17. Bruce Dickinson (Iron Maiden, Solo)
18. Ronnie James Dio (Rainbow, Black Sabbath, Solo)
19. Al Green
20. Roy Hamilton
21. Tony Williams (Platters)
22. Otis Redding
23. Chris Cornell (Soundgarden, Temple Of The Dog, Solo)
24. Little Willie John
25. Paul Rodgers (Free, Bad Company, Queen)
26. Smokey Robinson
27. Geoff Tate (Queensrÿche)
28. Burton Cummings (The Guess Who, Solo)
29. David Bowie
30. Adam Lambert
31. Solomon Burke
32. Axl Rose (Guns N' Roses)
33. Sebastian Bach (Skid Row)
34. Brad Delp (Boston)
35. Eddie Kendricks (The Temptations, Solo)
36. Dan McCafferty (Nazareth)
37. Sam Moore (Sam & Dave)
38. Levi Stubbs (Four Tops)
39. Wilson Pickett
40. Ben E. King (The Drifters, Solo)
41. Roy Khan (Kamelot)
42. Dennis DeYoung (Styx, Solo)
43. Bill Medley (The Righteous Brothers, Solo)
44. Luther Vandross
45. Van Morrison (Them, Solo)
46. Peter Cetera (Chicago)
47. Joe Cocker
48. David Ruffin (The Temptations, Solo)
49. Carl Wilson (Beach Boys)
50. Michael Matijevic (Steelheart)
 

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DD top 50 Female Singers


1. Aretha Franklin (A Natural Woman)
2. Etta James (At Last)
3. Ruth Brown (Mama, He Treats Your Daughter Mean)
4. Janis Joplin (Piece of My Heart)
5. Whitney Houston (I Will Always Love You)
6. Patti Labelle (Labelle/Solo) (Over the Rainbow)
7. Mariah Carey (My All)
8. Ann Wilson (Heart) (Crazy On You)
9. Dusty Springfield (Son of A Preacher Man)
10. Joni Mitchell (A Case of You)
11. Karen Carpenter (Carpenters) (Superstar)
12. Annie Lennox (Why)
13. LaVern Baker (Tweedle Dee)
14. Grace Slick (Somebody To Love)
15. Chaka Khan (Rufus/Solo) (You Got The Love)
16. Gladys Knight (Midnight Train To Georgia)
17. Celine Dion (My Heart Will Go On)
18. Tina Turner (Proud Mary)
19. Linda Ronstadt (Blue Bayou)
20. Pat Benatar (Heartbreaker)
21. Joan Baez (Diamonds & Rust)
22. Eva Cassiday (Fields of Gold)
23. Stevie Nicks (Fleetwood Mac) (Rhiannon)
24. Irma Thomas (It's Raining)
25. Roberta Flack (First Time Ever I Saw Your Face)
26. Darlene Love (Today I Met The Boy I'm Going To Marry)
27. Mavis Staples (I'll Take You There)
28. Donna Summer (MacArthur Park)
29. Adele (Hello)
30. Tori Amos (Winter)
31. Brenda Lee (Sweet Nothin')
32. Judy Collins (Send In the Clowns)
33. Minnie Ripperton (Inside My Love)
34. Dionne Warwick (Walk On By)
35. Laura Nyro (And When I Die)
36. Anita Baker (Caught Up In the Rapture)
37. Esther Phillips (Release Me)
38. Debbie Harry (Blondie) (Call Me)
39. Christina Aguilera (Beautiful)
40. Martha Reeves (Martha & the Vandellas) (Dancing In The Street)
41. Emmylou Harris (Wayfaring Stranger)
42. Natalie Cole (Inseperable)
43. Pink (So What)
44. Bette Midler (The Rose)
45. Kate Bush (Army Dreamers)
46. Sinead O'Connor (Nothing Compares 2 U)
47. Linda Jones (Your Precious Love)
48. Carla Thomas (Gee Whiz! (Look At His Eyes))
49. Florence Ballard (Yesterday)
50. Sarah McLachlan (Angel)
 

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Hmm.. so Bob Dylan is a better singer than Whitney Houston.

And Kurt Go Bang is a better singer than Mariah Carey.

:cuckoo:

This list was obviously compiled by moonbats.
 
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