Just For Fun: 10 Examples Of Voiceover in Popular Music

Perhaps the word “popular” is a bit of a stretch but I am invoking my right to artistic license.  What did we miss?  Let us know in the comments and we’ll update this page for posterity.  The internet loves lists so I’m sure this will wind up in some virtual time capsule as a the prime example of VO blogging from 2010.  Thank you for your interest future alien overlords.  Please enjoy.

A creepy two-fer from Vincent Price:

Seriously, I love Iron Maiden so much. I’m not proud, I’m just sayin’:

I always thought a fat guy could come up with a better stage name than Meatloaf:

Thanks to Greg Thomas for submitting this via Linked In. I think:

Kevin Delaney cruelly reminded me of Les Garland’s VO in this abomination from “Starship” on Facebook. Woodstock, this ain’t:

Lee Gordon sent this our way. I have no idea what is going on here. On a related note, Lee Gordon has problems:

This one barely fits the category but it unarguably includes VO and any tenuous excuse to include Burl Ives works for me:

Another two-fer, this time from the always batsh*t insane William Shatner:

Personally, I prefer Stewie’s version:

4 Comments to “Just For Fun: 10 Examples Of Voiceover in Popular Music”

  1. Kara Edwards says:

    Fun stuff!

    Does this one from Shawn Mullins count?

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hG9C0VwruXE

  2. Maybe not “popular” – maybe more of a “classic”: “Peter and the Wolf” :http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kpoizq-jjxs

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