List of Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Snubs


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Vote for the FIVE nominees you believe will be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2018:
The Zombies
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About Chicago, Roy wrote:
The Best/Favorite Songs From Chicago 18 To Chicago XXXVI: Now (1986-2014)

01. Niagara Falls (Chicago 18)
02. Nothing’s Gonna Stop Us Now (Chicago 18)
03. It’s Alright (Chicago 18)
04. Runaround (Chicago 19)
05. Somebody, Somewhere (Chicago Twenty 1)
06. Let’s Take A Lifetime (Chicago XXXII: Stone Of Sisyphus)
07. Stone Of Sisyphus (Chicago XXXII: Stone Of Sisyphus)
08. Sleeping In The Middle Of The Bed (Chicago XXXII: Stone Of Sisyphus)
09. 90 Degrees And Freezing (Chicago XXX)
10. Come To Me, Do (Chicago XXX)
11. Where Were You (Chicago XXX)
12. Already Gone (Chicago XXX)
13. Lovin’ Chains (Chicago XXX)
14. Better (Chicago XXX)
15. Now (Chicago XXXVI: Now)
16. More Will Be Revealed (Chicago XXXVI: Now)
Wednesday, 11.22.17 @ 14:47pm


About The Moody Blues, Enigmaticus wrote:
Why should The Moody Blues be inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame in 2018 and who should deserve the honor of inducting them?

Lifeson says he hopes Rush's inclusion "opens the doors for bands like the Moody Blues and King Crimson, who had a huge influence. It's a bit ironic, really. Rock music was born in rebellion, so it's odd to have (a Hall of Fame) where there seem to be guidelines for who's acceptable and who's not."

Now let’s read this again, Alex Lifeson says that “The Moody Blues” were a huge influence on Rush and when I look at Rush’s overall discography, I have seen no greater influence overall on Rush than The Moody Blues.

Of course, Geddy Lee confers:

"I think there's a lot of reasons to it," he said, behind a pair of round-framed sunglasses. "Progressive rock is not accepted by this group of people who make this decision. Yes are not in the hall. That's an error. Deep Purple are not in the hall. That's an error. Moody Blues are not in the hall. So prog-rock is viewed as a kind of lesser art form by the powers that be.

So, why haven’t Allmusic and Wikipedia acknowledged this?

Let me state this once more, “I have seen no greater influence on Rush’s overall discography than that of The Moody Blues.”

It was the members of previous Rock Hall inductee- Rush who had name checked The Moody Blues, therefore they deserve the honor of inducting The Moody Blues into the Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame next year.

Wednesday, 11.22.17 @ 09:45am


About The Album Project, AlexVoltaire wrote:
I hardly ever participate these days, but since one of my favorite bands is involved:

Chicago - Chicago 17 (1984)
Chicago - Chicago III (1971)
Chicago - Chicago XI (1977)
Wednesday, 11.22.17 @ 08:40am


About The Song Project, Michael Himself wrote:
Artist Vote-
Whitney Houston - Didn't We Almost Have It All? (1987)
Whitney Houston - One Moment In Time (1988)
Whitney Houston - Saving All My Love For You (1985)
Whitney Houston - So Emotional (1987)
Whitney Houston - Where Do Broken Hearts Go (1987)
Tuesday, 11.21.17 @ 22:50pm


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