Eligible in: 2019 (The 2020 Induction Ceremony)
|Essential Albums (?)||Wikipedia||Amazon MP3||Amazon CD|
|The Score (1996)||☆||♫||♁|
|Essential Songs (?)||Wikipedia||Amazon MP3||YouTube|
|Killing Me Softly (1996)||☆||♫||☊|
Fugees @ Wikipedia
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They would have been if they had ever made another album. The solo stuff has been hit and miss. It would have been in their best interest historically to have stayed together.
Posted by AZ Dave on Friday, 08.18.06 @ 23:41pm
Having read so many accolades for "The Score" I went out and got it and listened... and I am torn and ambivalent.
Posted by shawn mc on Tuesday, 06.26.07 @ 02:10am
No.One album wonders.Maybe if they would have stayed together I would think diffrently.Im supportive of hip-hop music but they shouldnt get in.
Posted by Chris on Monday, 12.1.08 @ 20:32pm
Absolutely. The fugees completely changed hip hop. Lyrically, and musically their music stood out and influenced the world. The infusion of jazz, rap, r and b and reggae influenced music.
Posted by Jay on Saturday, 08.18.12 @ 13:10pm
This is one my favorite, such talented group of individuals in one group should be considered a crime but do we really think they can make it with only the score to boast... ready or not.... no...
Posted by seracerveza on Friday, 07.4.14 @ 16:41pm
Sadly no they had more than one album, and their first one was trash. Then The Score came out and that is what they are remembered for... However one good album, and one awful album is a no.
Posted by Michael on Wednesday, 06.22.16 @ 18:15pm
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