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One of our favorite viral video trends is isolated vocal tracks. They often capture the awe-inspiring talent of the world’s best singers.

Here are just seven of our favorite isolated vocal tracks for your listening pleasure. Prepare to be blown away.

  • Rob Halford - 'Painkiller'

    There are many reasons why the Judas Priest frontman is called “The Metal God.” His isolated vocals on 1990’s “Painkiller are just one of them.

  • Grace Slick - 'White Rabbit'

    Rock and roll’s version of a Gregorian chant, Slick’s voice on “White Rabbit” builds is akin to a force that could move mountains.

  • Robert Plant - 'Since I've Been Loving You'

    The way his voice roars as if out of nowhere is just incredible.

  • Eddie Vedder - 'Alive'

    “Alive” is already a chill-inducing track, but Vedder’s isolated vocals are just…WOW!

  • Freddie Mercury - 'Somebody To Love'

    Mercury was the type of singer whose voice could soar well over any instrument, so to hear his isolated vocals is simply mind-blowing. Such a remarkable talent taken from us all too soon.

  • David Lee Roth - 'Running With The Devil'

    Okay…hear us out. Perhaps DLR’s vocals won’t give you chills as noted in the headline, but there’s just something about his various whoops and grunts that is intriguing. Be honest; we’re not wrong.

  • Merry Clayton - 'Gimme Shelter'

    There’s a reason why many feel Clayton’s solo on The Rolling Stones’ “Gimme Shelter” is the greatest vocal solo of all time. We’ll just let the track speak for itself.

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