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2023 (The 2024 Induction Ceremony)
These artists released their first recording in 1998, which makes them eligible for the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in 2023 (the induction ceremony will be held the year following the voting process, in 2024). All currently eligible artists are listed here. Artists aleady inducted in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame can be found here.
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Now here's a class that may spawn some icons. First, we got Queens of the Stone Age, making original "stoner"-like rock music with a ton of critical acclaim. Bound to be influential.
Posted by maplejet on Friday, 09.7.07 @ 12:33pm
A wild card from this batch would be Muse...they're music is really picking up here in the states thanks to songs like the #2 rock hit Starlight, top 10 hit Supermassive Black Hole, and Guitar Hero III bound Knights of Cydonia.
Posted by maplejet on Friday, 09.7.07 @ 12:35pm
"A wild card from this batch would be Muse...they're music is really picking up here in the states thanks to songs like the #2 rock hit Starlight, top 10 hit Supermassive Black Hole, and Guitar Hero III bound Knights of Cydonia."
Posted by liam on Sunday, 10.14.07 @ 07:25am
"And then finally, despite being over-rated, there's no doubt that this may be a lock for Coldplay. They have been praised for creating a unique style of pop rock"
Posted by liam on Monday, 10.15.07 @ 13:13pm
The black eye peas did not come out until late 2002.
Posted by confused on Sunday, 05.18.08 @ 10:45am
Tight as a drum lockdown: Coldplay
Posted by Cheesecrop on Sunday, 09.28.08 @ 10:14am
Posted by S.R on Wednesday, 03.11.09 @ 19:29pm
Posted by BAGHEAD on Saturday, 03.14.09 @ 13:08pm
SYSTEM OF A DOWN SHALL KILL COLDPLAY .
Posted by John on Saturday, 04.25.09 @ 23:40pm
"SYSTEM OF A DOWN SHALL KILL COLDPLAY."
Posted by MBI on Sunday, 04.26.09 @ 01:11am
coldplay, queens of the stone age and slipknot got the best chances.
Posted by lame on Sunday, 05.10.09 @ 17:50pm
MUSE all the way!!!!
Posted by Nick on Monday, 05.18.09 @ 16:25pm
Watch out now. Muse is starting to hit it big in America. They have a #1 song on the alternative tracks for 2 weeks "Uprising".
Posted by maplejet on Friday, 09.25.09 @ 00:12am
queens of the stone age(easily)
Posted by charlie on Monday, 11.9.09 @ 09:46am
Posted by MC on Sunday, 04.11.10 @ 15:54pm
The biggest lock here is Coldplay, obviously.
Posted by Daniel on Thursday, 06.10.10 @ 11:36am
ok. Definately Britney Spears she is the Princess of Pop and she changed pop music as a 19 year old shes still changing it abd she had the comeback of the CENTURY!!!
Posted by sam on Monday, 07.19.10 @ 17:57pm
"Now here's a class that may spawn some icons. First, we got Queens of the Stone Age, making original 'stoner'-like rock music with a ton of critical acclaim. Bound to be influential."
Posted by Sam on Wednesday, 09.22.10 @ 10:37am
"ok. Definately Britney Spears she is the Princess of Pop and she changed pop music as a 19 year old shes still changing it abd she had the comeback of the CENTURY!!!" - sam
Posted by Sam on Wednesday, 09.22.10 @ 11:49am
I maintain that the sister's chances for Britney Spears is on the high side. None of her albums have made any big critical impression, and it's just two tracks that have really racked up acclaim. Not that there aren't acts in the HOF without loads of acclaim, but, it doesn't hurt.
Posted by JR on Wednesday, 09.22.10 @ 12:46pm
Posted by Sam on Wednesday, 09.29.10 @ 09:51am
Rob Zombie is POSSIBLY THE ONLY 1 who may have a chance. None of these other sacks of shit deserve to be in the hall. Unfortunately, the sad reality is that people like Britney Spears, System of a Down, Destiny's Child, and N'SYNC will probably be a shoe in. When a worthless band like ABBA gets into the HOF before Dire Straits, Tom Waits, and Alice Cooper. Then I have no respect for the HOF board that votes the artists in. Talk about a crock of shit
Posted by Keepin'_it_real on Thursday, 11.4.10 @ 20:24pm
"None of these other sacks of shit deserve to be in the hall."
Posted by Chalkie on Thursday, 11.4.10 @ 20:34pm
Posted by Sam on Tuesday, 11.9.10 @ 13:58pm
"Funny, Muse come across to me as Radiohead rip-offs."
Posted by Chalkie on Tuesday, 11.9.10 @ 14:29pm
Posted by Sam on Sunday, 11.14.10 @ 09:28am
Posted by John on Monday, 03.14.11 @ 15:31pm
I hope you're not being serious, John. Half of those six you mentioned don't have a chance.
Posted by Tahvo Parvianen on Tuesday, 03.15.11 @ 06:50am
I presume you're referring to Zombie, NSYNC and Destiny's Child, Tahvo? If so then I agree.
Posted by Sam on Saturday, 03.26.11 @ 07:51am
You've got it.
Posted by Tahvo Parvianen on Saturday, 03.26.11 @ 10:57am
Posted by Cloonie on Monday, 08.22.11 @ 18:35pm
I swear, just from looking at this list, band names are becoming more and more ridiculous. Granted, strange band names aren't an entirely new concept (1910 Fruitgum Company, anyone?), but it almost seems like it's a requisite for bands to choose the most absurd, outrageous-sounding names. Witness:
Posted by Zach on Monday, 08.5.13 @ 23:53pm
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