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About Rock Hall Projected, Steve Z wrote:
Also, while reading moreso about the Belleville Three, I came across DJ Charles "The Electrifying Mojo" Johnson. In addition to helping "break" several artists into the Detroit radio market (i.e. Prince, Kraftwerk, the B-52's), he's been cited as an influence for the Belleville Three among other techno artists and disc jockeys.

This guy may be another one to keep on the radar when thinking of non-performers.

Also, as a sidenote, I think Popol Vuh, whom we've discussed before, may fit best into the influences category and should also be a consideration.
Saturday, 10.25.14 @ 15:03pm


About Rock Hall Projected, Steve Z wrote:
That's what I thought. Honestly Moby and Daft Punk are probably the two most well known 90's electronic acts to the causal public honestly. Although obviously that's not the only thing that makes Moby a worthwhile inductee. As his first self-titled album, "Everything is Wrong," and "Play" are albums so good they should get Moby inducted alone.

Posted by Donnie on Saturday, 10.25.14 @ 03:34am

I agree on Moby definitely (he's probably my favorite of the uninducted electronic acts) although I feel like Fatboy Slim was right up there with the two of them for a while in regards to the general public. While the Chemical Brothers seem to be next in line, I'd probably follow them up with Moby & Fatboy Slim and then the Prodigy, the Crystal Method, Aphex Twin, and more.

Frankie Knuckles also had a decent showing in the Non-Performer category and the Belleville Three made an appearance as well. I think we, as a voting body, are slowly but surely edging our way closer to recognizing more electronic acts.
Saturday, 10.25.14 @ 14:51pm


About Cream, Aaron O'Donnell wrote:
RIP, Jack Bruce
Saturday, 10.25.14 @ 12:39pm


About The Album Project, Mike wrote:
I'm thinking about nominating Vince Guaraldi's "A Charlie Brown Christmas". Any interest?
Saturday, 10.25.14 @ 12:37pm


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