List of Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Snubs

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Tony Hicks, age 72!

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About the 2018 Inductees, Enigmaticus wrote:
I had needed to amend that last statement:


I am extremely familiar with early King Crimson, with the possible exceptions of “USA” and “Earthbound,” which I have never owned. However, in my honest opinion, the 1980’s version of King Crimson featuring: Adrian Belew, Robert Fripp, Tony Levin and Bill Bruford, is the best version of King Crimson.

Saturday, 12.16.17 @ 03:54am

About Revisited Projected Rankings, MichaelEU wrote:
I stick to my previous ranking.

Just wanted to mention another big snub: The Velvet Underground. Both Ray Charles and VU would probably be in my Top 15.
Saturday, 12.16.17 @ 03:26am

About The Song Project, Nick wrote:
Bad Brains - Pay to Cum (1980)
Blondie - Rip Her to Shreds (1976)
Dead Kennedys - Too Drunk to F*ck (1981)
Death - Politicians in My Eyes (1976)
MC5 - Looking at You (1970)
Minutemen - Corona (1984)
New York Dolls - Jet Boy (1973)
New York Dolls - Looking for a Kiss (1973)
Patti Smith - Free Money (1975)
Ramones - Judy Is a Punk (1977)
Ramones - We’re a Happy Family (1977)
Television - Venus (1977)
The Barracudas - I Wish It Could Be 1965 Again (1981)
The Clash - London’s Burning (1977)
The Replacements - Takin’ a Ride (1981)

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I thought about the posting of votes a day before and kinda understand why they are used - in case votes are missing and could potentially set our dates back if a problem occurs. Not a big fan of it but I get why others find it useful.
Friday, 12.15.17 @ 23:33pm

About The Song Project, Darren wrote:
Temple Of The Dog - Say Hello 2 Heaven (1991)

Against Me! - I Was A Teenage Anarchist (2010)
The Thermals - Now We Can See (2009)
Friday, 12.15.17 @ 23:30pm

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