Top Ten Rock and Roll Songs With the Greatest ScreamsI'm talking about either like a scream in the intro or somewhere else in the song. Some are also in the chorus. I may as well be possibly biased to put the Doors and Led Zeppelin Multiple Times just because of Jim and Robert's honest raw rock voices.
This is truely the best scream in music history. I didn't believe it at first, but when I heard it I was blown away by its power. It is raw and emotional. Roger Daltrey is truely one of the greatest singers the world has ever seen.
THE scream. Raw, powerful, emotional. You know it when you hear it. A lot of other good ones out there, but this one is the gold standard.
Greatest rock band ever, often overlooked, but once introduced to the Who, you never look back.
I really think that Roky Erickson of "The 13th Floor Elevators" had the best scream of all time. "You're gonna miss me"
Ian Gillan can physically scream at a higher level and control his voice better than any other singer on the planet this deserves to be number 1!
Ian Gillan screams for about 2 minutes towards the end (after 8:00). He is a master - his screams never disappoint. Maybe this anti-war song should be at #1.
One of my favourite vocal performances ever! Nobody can imitate these screams.
There are none. None more loud...
Obviously kickin in after a high quality, trippy masterpiece. It builds up to the scream the seconds before, but still comes outta nowhere. Awesome!
Jim's voice never sounded better.
So near-impossible to pull off that even Freddie Mercury botched it when Queen covered it in concerts.
The first heavy metal song! It still sounds fresh and vitale and McCartney sounds phenominal.
It's actually Paul screaming. I love it.
John let the throat here
One of the greatest and most emotional screams - it's in the second half of the song, just before the long guitar outro (go to 4:05). The scream is long, powerful and breathtaking. Perfectly performed.
The best intro scream I know (0:20). If you like screams, don't miss this one - it's long, beautiful, melodic, powerful and perfectly performed.
One of the best screams from the 70s (1971), comparable to Ian Gillan's screams. It's in the intro. David Byron did a great job.
Awesome and powerful intro scream. This song is an ELO cover.
ELO - Electric Light Orchestra, a 70s band.
Ian Gillan again - many times in this song, some of the screams are at the beginning (after 1:00). Very powerful, extremely well controlled and overall, amazing screams. He's really a master.
I'm afraid there are NO screams in this song...
Axl rose has multiple screams all of them proving that he should be in the top ten.
The most satisfying scream in rock.
David Byron again - 4:50.
So much power!
Listen to the chorus, especially the last one in the song, and you'll understand