List of Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Snubs

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About The Album Project, SotN wrote:
1. Harry Nilsson - Pandemonium Shadow Show (1967) (3 points)
2. Harry Nilsson - Aerial Ballet (1968) (2 points)
3. Harry Nilsson - A Little Touch Of Schmilsson In The Night (1973) (A point)
Wednesday, 04.26.17 @ 10:12am

About The Song Project, SotN wrote:
1. Massive Attack - Angel (1998) (3 points)
2. De La Soul - The Magic Number (1989) (2 points)
3. Stray Cats - Stray Cat Strut (1981) (A point)

1. Billy Joel - Big Shot (1978) (3 points)
2. Billy Joel - You May Be Right (1980) (2 points)
3. Billy Joel - The Longest Time (1983) (A point)
Wednesday, 04.26.17 @ 10:11am

About Bread, Steve Z wrote:
I'm an advocate for Bread and the Association, as well as singer/songwriters like Lightfoot, Fogelberg, McClean, and especially Denver.

I look at the hall as a sort of giant book on the history of rock and roll, with each genre as having its own chapter. If we were to have a chapter on Soft Rock, I think Bread, along with the Carpenters among others, would have to be included. So thats what shifts my leaning on Bread towards yes.
Wednesday, 04.26.17 @ 09:29am

About Rock Hall Projected, Paul in KY wrote:
Nicky, nice touch on Diamond Dave not showing up! Excellent writeup.
Wednesday, 04.26.17 @ 08:17am

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