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    Oh yes Chuck Bass mmm!

    To jump on the bandwagon, it has to be Morgan Freeman!


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    (Original post by GossipGirl86)
    Oh yes Chuck Bass mmm!

    To jump on the bandwagon, it has to be Morgan Freeman!


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    Your a GG fan!! OMD never met one on here haha!!
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    (Original post by 22 and still going)
    Quite simply best voice in the world and why?
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    Not the best voice in the world but it is still pretty :sogood: :coma:
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    (Original post by Craig_D)
    Can we establish one and for all, talking or singing? If the former, can't believe that nobody has said Matt Berry.


    His voice is absolutely classic, I also think he has quite the singing voice.
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    (Original post by JLXP)
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    I forgot about this one. Normally the legendary voices are attached to old men, but HIM oh my god makes it ten times better.

    Aside from him, Alan Rickman and Matt Berry. Ohmigod.

    In a lady, Jennifer Tilly. Gorgeous.
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    Mikael Åkerfeldt. Even after years of listening to his voice, I cannot fathom how he's ever been able to combine such a brilliant death growl with an even more brilliant, gorgeous, mellow, tonally-rich, clean voice. :coma: Also, as far as composing and performing his music goes, I'm pretty sure he's one of the most inventive and ingenious musicians since Beethoven.

    Dan Swano (not dissimilar to Mikael Åkerfeldt) and Russell Allen also deserve a mention; along with Åkerfeldt, they're the best voices I've ever heard.
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    George Harrison.
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    David Attenborough
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    Celine dion
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    Kellin Quinn :coma:
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    david attenburgh
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    Being the massive Radiohead fan that I am, I feel I should say Thom Yorke-beautiful, unique voice that I can, and do, listen to for hours on end most days. There's a note that he hits at the end of Let Down that makes me go tingly every time I hear it. Being less biased, I'd probably go with Hugo Weaving when he plays Agent Smith in the Matrix films-can't really explain the reason, but I'm sure people will know what I mean.
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    (Original post by why-hello-there)
    Being the massive Radiohead fan that I am, I feel I should say Thom Yorke-beautiful, unique voice that I can, and do, listen to for hours on end most days. There's a note that he hits at the end of Let Down that makes me go tingly every time I hear it. Being less biased, I'd probably go with Hugo Weaving when he plays Agent Smith in the Matrix films-can't really explain the reason, but I'm sure people will know what I mean.
    I second both of these, do you like Jeff Buckley's voice? Thom's singing was massively influenced by his voice
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    (Original post by MrAlex95)
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    I think the OP means people that are alive - otherwise I'm sure Freddie Mercury would have appeared somewhere!
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    Can't believe no one has said Kurt Nilsen for singing...



    Watch it from 2.0 mins onward.

    As for talking attenburgh is an obvious choice, and the guy who does Joe Swanson in Family guy!
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    Liam Neeson

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