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And besides, it's not as if the man's singing couldn't hypnotize a man with its beauty; listen to his reverbed voice soaring over the mellotron in "Revealing Science" in the "getting over overhanging trees" part, or his moving lament in "Turn of the Century," and tell me you aren't moved to tears.
Whatever the case may be, I honestly believe this is one of the greatest bands of all time.
Of course, the same argument is often used against Led Zeppelin and Rush, so I don't worry too much about it.
See, while he's technically a contra-tenor, he seemingly often strays dangerously close to soprano in his range.
It takes a few readings to realize it, but after a while, something clicks in your mind and you actually begin to get it, whatever "it" is.
Also, one must keep in mind that much of, if not most of the time, regardless of how strange the lyrics seems to us, they almost always mean a lot to Anderson. Lyrics aside though, there is also the issue of Jon's voice.
I love the amount of thought they put into what they wrote while still remaining, at heart, a pop group.
I love how they managed to pile on new layers of complexity and invention from album to album without sacrificing entertainment value, and yet almost never engaged in complexity for its own sake.
The main problem is that more often than not, he will take a 'zero-tone' approach to his singing, i.e.