Eligible in: 2018 (The 2019 Induction Ceremony)
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Did she ruin her chances when she went teen-pop with that damn single in 2003? She certainly was a critics darling for almost a decade after "Exile in Guyville". That and her follow up "Whip-Smart" make her possibly the fuckingest sexiest woman ever. Damn I love her.
Posted by shawn mc on Wednesday, 06.13.07 @ 00:48am
So what happened??
Posted by SG on Friday, 11.16.07 @ 19:14pm
Exactly, SG....demonstrates the voters have no clue half the time and typically have no pulse on who are the true legends of rock music. Once again, they are trying to re-write history through their own eyes, rather than through the eyes of reality....denial is such a wonderful thing
Posted by Anonymous on Saturday, 11.17.07 @ 09:10am
She put out 3 very cool, edgy, sexy, unique albums and was eclipsed by the unfortunate slobbering hype heaped upon her without her soliciting it. Yea, Rolling Stone and their ilk went overboard back in the 90's over Exile.
Posted by shawn on Saturday, 11.17.07 @ 10:21am
Posted by Jonas on Sunday, 12.21.08 @ 01:56am
I don't think she will get in. "Exile in Guyville" has been widely praised, but is actually a bit uneven. She had good singles after that ("Polyester Bride," "Supernova"), but has been tarnished over the years by critics for "selling out."
Posted by Jason on Wednesday, 02.9.11 @ 23:00pm
She was cool back then.
Posted by BulmaPunkRocker on Monday, 07.7.14 @ 00:08am
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