Freddie Mercury Is The Greatest Singer Of All Time, Because Science Said So
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If you needed proof that Freddie Mercury is the greatest singer of all time, you could just YouTube any live Queen performance. If that doesn't do it for you, scientists have now said so.
A team of Austrian, Czech, and Swedish researchers, who clearly have nothing better to do than get pissed and listen to Bohemian Rhapsody on repeat like I do, have proven that the flamboyant frontman is scientifically the best singer of all time.
To be honest, there's a load a technical shit that proves it that I can't get my head around. You're definitely not arsed about that stuff, but if you are, you can read it all in Logopedics Phoniatrics Vocology.
Basically, the average vibrato varies from 5.4 Hz to 6.9 Hz; Mercury's was 7.04 Hz.
You'll find that 7 is a greater number than 5 or 6, which makes him the greatest of all time. That's how it works.
Anyway, enough of that science bullshit. Here's some Queen:
Yep, enough proof for me.
Words by Liam Bond
Topics: Music, freddie mercury, Queen