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SJS101
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re: Best Frontman of the 80s?


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Gahan

Didn't really come into his own until the 90's IMO.

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Hutchence

Hard to argue against this as a choice.






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Fap-n-Nap
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re: Best Frontman of the 80s?


frick Freddy Mercury (not literally you homo necros). He may be the best of the 70s and possibly all time, but this is the 80s we're talking about.

5. Vince Neal
4. Michael Huchence
3. Jon Bonfrickin Jovi
2. Sebastian Bach (not the old dead one)



1. Brett Michaels




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Fap-n-Nap
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re: Best Frontman of the 80s?


Oops


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Hugo Stiglitz
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re: Best Frontman of the 80s?


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1. Freddy Mercury (by a long shot)

this






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3xlsugrad
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re: Best Frontman of the 80s?


Rob Halford, Bono, Michael Hutchence, David Lee Roth
Vince Neil, and Joe Elliott are deserve consideration, though Freddy Mercury was the best.







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RollTide1987
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re: Best Frontman of the 80s?


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He may be the best of the 70s and possibly all time


So wouldn't that also make him the best frontman of the 80s, too, if he was the greatest of all-time?







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Fap-n-Nap
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re: Best Frontman of the 80s?


Well no. His career as the frontman of Queen was petering out by the 80's. Queen was a 70's band IMHO. Not saying he/they sucked dick in the 80's. I'm just saying...





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3xlsugrad
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re: Best Frontman of the 80s?


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His career as the frontman of Queen was petering out by the 80's
No pun intended I'm sure.






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H-Town Tiger
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re: Best Frontman of the 80s?


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He may be the best of the 70s and possibly all time, but this is the 80s we're talking about.


I was willing to consider the argument that Mercury should count more as 70's since that was their hey day, but this, just kills the argument.

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1. Brett Michaels








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Fap-n-Nap
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re: Best Frontman of the 80s?


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I get what you're saying. You can probably interchange Bonfrickin Jovi, Bach and Michaels. All three exemplify the quentisential 80's badass front man. Not a slight to Axl in the least. He is # 6 on the list.






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tigersownall
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re: Best Frontman of the 80s?


David lee Roth





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Big Lake
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re: Best Frontman of the 80s?


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Bonfrickin Jovi, Bach and Michaels.


Badass and Bon Jovi/Brett Michaels should never be in the same sentence.








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3xlsugrad
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re: Best Frontman of the 80s?


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Badass and Bon Jovi/Brett Michaels should never be in the same sentence.






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H-Town Tiger
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re: Best Frontman of the 80s?


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You can probably interchange Bonfrickin Jovi, Bach and Michaels


This is not helping your credibility






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FootballNostradamus
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Member since Nov 2009
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re: Best Frontman of the 80s?


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1. Freddy Mercury (by a long shot)


Lol that people think there's any answer but this. It's an inarguable music fact.






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SanDiegeauxSteve
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re: Best Frontman of the 80s?


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His career as the frontman of Queen was petering out by the 80's
Double entendre duly noted.
quote:

Not saying he/they sucked dick in the 80's.

I think it's safe to say that it's pretty well-documented that he did.






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RollTide1987
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re: Best Frontman of the 80s?


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His career as the frontman of Queen was petering out by the 80's. Queen was a 70's band IMHO.


Queen was a 70s band in the U.S. but they were still a worldwide phenomenon in the 1980s. They had a little fall from grace in 1982-1983 but came back strong from 1984-1989.



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Socrates Johnson
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re: Best Frontman of the 80s?


No love for Phil Collins?





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