Alright guys, it's time we had a serious discussion about this. I posted my opening thoughts on this topic in the Rebellion thread, but I feel this deserves it's own thread. For many of us, we were introduced to the idea of Mike as a singer during the Meteora cycle, specifically in instances like the Pushing Me Away remix live, or the bridge of Papercut during the touring cycle. We realized how great it could be when MTM dropped in The Little Things Give You Away, In Between, and of course No Roads Left. His vocal presence has increased and stayed prominent since then, increasing to a co-lead singer status what with his vocal duties on songs like Burning in the Skies, Blackout, Roads Untraveled, Castle of Glass, and a plethora of post-nu-metal songs. We've even been exposed to Mike singing as far back as pre-Hybrid Theory on the track So Far Away. Clearly Mike as a singer has been on the mind of both the man himself and the rest of the band for years. So with that exposition out of the way, my question: We've had 3 albums now to get over the novelty of Mike Shinoda as a singer. What are your thoughts? Me personally, I prefer his voice over Chester's. Sure, Chester has a more dynamic range, but something about Mike's timbre just sits right with me. What are your thoughts? What is your favorite Shinoda-sung song, verse, or chorus?