I've said it before and I'll say it again: RHCP frontman Anthony Kiedis is truly one of rock's most visible triple threats. He can barely hold a note, he's an abysmally amateurish rapper and his lyrics are little more than gobbledygook and hippie gibberish cobbled together from rhyming dictionaries, atlases and any other reference book he apparently happens to have handy. Singer guitarist Chad Kroeger may not have invented that post grunge moose in heat bellow he relies on, but nobody does it better. And by better, I mean worse. At least this way their combined lack of talent is confined to one band.
Fire these frontmen
day to day horror. Perhaps they could share their secrets with young soldiers to help them survive torture at the hands of the enemy.
The Red Hot Chili Peppers
Just as a stellar vocalist can elevate a mediocre band, a lousy set of pipes can make an otherwise decent group fall flat on their face harder than Axl Rose in France. Axl notwithstanding (and somewhere Slash is still chortling), it sadly seems there's more of the latter than the former going around lately. Here are five bands that need to fire their frontmen ASAP:
know better, you'd think Vince Neil has been taking lessons from Roth. He also plays fast and loose with lyrics and melodies, his voice is surprisingly thin, and he seems to have difficulty sustaining notes or staying on key. Unlike Dave, however, Neil's problems seem to stem less from a runaway ego and more from a simple lack of talent. Maybe it would help if he stopped bolting around the stage like a ninny.
M Cr you didn't Nike Metcon Flyknit Black
To say Limp Bizkit have been ruined by Fred Durst's aggressively wretched rapping, sub moronic lyrics and mook thug antics is obviously silly; after all, it's not as if they'd be Led Zeppelin without him. Still, these guys must have developed incredible pain thresholds over the decades just to cope with the Nike Kyrie 1 Bright Crimson University Red Blue
It's the singer, not Nike Kyrie 2 Christmas
David Lee Roth has always played by his own rules. But on VH's latest tour, it seem Diamond Dave isn't even in the game anymore. He changes melodies and lyrics, ad libs ad nauseam, scats over solos and generally acts like he can't be bothered to sing on time Nike Lebron 11 Low Release Date or in key. Nobody expects him to be a robot. But if he can't even pay lip service to the material, maybe it's time for a change. I'm pretty sure Gary Cherone is available.
the song. For better or worse.
Nike Lebron 11 Low Release Date
Nikeid Kyrie 1 Zoom City
Roshes Mens Red
Roshe Run Black And White Print
Nike Roshe Gray Floral
Nike Metcon 2 Amplify Pale Grey
Nike Lebron Green Shoes
Nike Metcon Dsx Flyknit Release
Nike Zoom Odyssey
Nike Roshe Run Mens White
Nike Lebron James Xiii
Roshe Nike Shoes Cheap
Nike Lebron 11 Elite Review
Nike Lebron 11 Christmas Release Date
Nike Zoom All Out Flyknit Men'S
Nike Metcon New