Think of some of the famous male voices of R&B -- Stevie Wonder, Al Green, and more recently, D'Angelo -- proof that great soul music goes hand in hand with vocal virtuosity, right? Not in the case of L.A.'s Dudley Perkins. In a twist on that old joke about the guy so ugly he could break a mirror, Perkins' gravelly, perennially off-key voice is so tuneless it could undo an Autotuner, that studio device that turns the likes of Mariah Carey and Cher into pitch-perfect glissando robots. In fact, on "Muzak," one of the more startling tracks on... More >>>