Alexander the Great V’s Napolean

Posted: August 30, 2011 in Epic Battles
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Both great conquerors  both weird looking  but who is the greatest singer, as they battle sing star style!!!

 

Alexander the great

born 21 July 356 BC Alexander III of Macedon

creator of one of the largest empires in ancient history, stretching from the Ionian Sea to the Himalayas. He was undefeated in battle and is considered one of the most successful commanders of all time and tutored by Aristotle himself, but died at just 32 of unknown causes, buried in two gold coffins that were later stolen and melted down for use as coinage by later kings.

 

 

 

 

Napoleon

born 15 August, Napoleon Bonaparte 1769 died  5 May 1821

was a French military and political leader during the latter stages of the French Revolution.

has a series of wars named after him that brought all of europe to fight untill losing after attacking russia and being forced to retreat, he then lived in exile before dying possibly of arsenic poisoning.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

now just a single song would not be a fair fight so I give them 5 to test the complete facet of their vocal range

first “paradise city” by Guns and Roses

one to test the upper reaches of their vocal range the guns and roses classic a test of their grove and ability to work a crowd.

won by Napoleon the little man is nothing if not charismatic

second “heaven and hell” by Black Sabbath

lets see how they go on one of the greatest songs ever, Ronine Dio has a strength and a range unmatchable

this one goes to Alexander bit more power in his voice to bring it home

Third “dead silence” by Obituary

the masters on raw bloody death metal their sound has been described as an attack by a 7ft 300lb man with a pituitary gland disorder wielding a sledgehammer

goes to the greek man once more can’t imagine a 4ft french man pulling it off

fourth “madam butterfly” by who cares

um Napoleon why not

and lastly “wind beneath my wings” by Barbra Streisand

and the tie breaker Barbra Streisand’s ballad of corn and the victory goes to

Napoleon! the little general takes the victory by a hair or a funny hat

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