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Singing in accents
Topic Started: Aug 20 2016, 10:51 PM (277 Views)
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Crazy Awesome Legend

Sometimes people sing in their natural accent instead of Americanising their voices and it can sound really interesting like with the band Madness.

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No

not that i can sing well or anything, but my singing voice is in my normal accent
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Crazy Awesome Legend

Mine too.
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No

Wanna start our own band??

Ill be rhythm gitar or pno
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Crazy Awesome Legend

Well I am an actual bass player.
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The Lord of the Dark

Are those stereotypical accents or their natural accents?
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Crazy Awesome Legend

They actually speak like that. They are Cockneys.
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Tonnes of brit pop bands used to do this, it's one of the reason britpop never really took off in the US. You'll find a lot of scottish bands sing with their natural accent such as mumford and sons or twin atlantic. The cockney accent in madness is exxagerated slightly though
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I always found it interesting how British band singers always sound American when they sing, no accent evident in their voices. The Beatles are a prime example
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Aug 27 2016, 12:18 AM
I always found it interesting how British band singers always sound American when they sing, no accent evident in their voices. The Beatles are a prime example
Yeah I never really understood that at all to be honest. Maybe to appeal to the American audience or something?
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