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We need to come up with a definitive criterion vocals? For instance, Neil Thrasher and Kelly Shiver of Thrasher Shiver sang everything in unison (instead of one leading and one harmonizing), and both halves of Orrall & Wright split the lead on :This article used to consist solely :TenPoundHammer|Otter chirps]] • HELP) 02:35, 3 September 2008 (UTC)
- Apologies, I meant the ::::Hmm. Should we file a|Ten Pound Hammer]] and his otters • ([[Special • contribs 01:53, 19 January 2009 (UTC)
Why is Bennington's picture used here? Of course it's all a matter of opinion, but why him? Someone more iconic would be suitable, maybe Robert Plant? Everyone recognizes him. Plus, if this article is about lead singers, Bennington wouldn't be ideal, due to the occasional rapping in Linkin Park.
Ambiguous lead vocalists
Someone with enough knowledge should revise the examples given in this section. IMO, for both described categories of ambiguous lead vocalists only three or four well-known, significant examples should be given. Then no more examples should be allowed in. People seem to think they need to misuse these passages to promote their favourite bands.--Sylvia Anna (talk) 15:39, 30 May 2010 (UTC)