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Throwing shapes, throwing tantrums, throwing TVs. Take a look at our rundown of the best frontmen ever.
The late, great Queen frontman's legendary charisma and presence lives on.
The Rolling Stones frontman, with that pout and those signature moves, no doubt inspired many rockers this list to start a band.
Say what you want about Coldplay, but their head honcho has got his stadium patter down to a tee.
The Radiohead frontman knows how to throw a mean shape.
The Stone Roses legend, King Monkey himself.
The Kings Of Leon star also plays a neat bit of guitar, too.
The late, lamented Joy Division singer died in 1980 but his legend lives on.
Frontman with The Clash and a solo artist in his own right. RIP Joe.
A strong showing for the Pearl Jam singer.
The charming gentleman from Kasabian... and man of a thousand haircuts.
The Modfather was such a good frontman in The Jam and The Style Council, we went solo and never looked back.
The Arctic Monkeys frontman is one of the most inventive songwriters of his generation.
The grunge icon checked out in 1994, but you still love him.
The Doors singer famously died in a bath at his home in Paris in 1971.
The Smiths superstar remains hugely popular, over 25 years after the band split.
Frontman with The Killers, solo artist, synth twiddler, father, husband and Mormon.
Who could forget the guitar-wielding hero that is Muse man Matt Bellamy?
Officially the nicest man in rock. And a pretty amazing frontman, too.
Lots of support in our world for the Depeche Mode dynamo.
And then there's Liam Gallagher. Asked if he ever entertained the thought of being a guitarist or other sideman, Liam said: "I don't think I could handle the bass guitar, but I could see myself down the line on guitar and I can see myself smashing the kit up. But but singing is all I can do. It's always been about the vocal for me, man. If you're a good looking fucker like me, you've got to be down the front, haven't you?"