List of Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Snubs
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The Album Project, Greg F wrote:
of Montreal- Coqueicot Asleep in the Poppies: A Variety of Whimsical Verse (2001)
Van Dyke Parks- Song Cycle (1968)
The Idle Race- The Birthday Party (1968)
Tears for Fears- The Hurting (1983)
Les Baxter- Ritual of the Savage (1951)
Wendy Carlos- Sonic Seasonings (1972)
Imogen Heap- Speak For Yourself (2005)
Tori Amos- Scarlet's Walk (2002)
Lesser known artists
About Jethro Tull, Chris Schultz wrote:
|Halls of Fame base their veracity on not only who is in the hall, but who is kept out. By keeping out some very talented, successful acts, the RRHOL builds a myth that only the very, very, very (and might I say, very) best get beyond its hallowed walls. Hence the snub to Tull and all the other great bands listed here. As Michael Nesmith pointed out, RRHOL is a private business run by its owners to produce a product. And that's the way it should be.|
About the Induction Criteria, richard wrote:
|Connie Frances should be in the rock and hall of fame. long over due and over look. just look at her success in the business from the 50s thru 60s her records dont lie. international fame, songs in many different languages she had hit records in plus first woman to have million record sales. the rock and roll hall of fame must be sleeping. other artist are in who done less. and she has is not. i think its about time for her to be inducted.|
About the 2017 Nomination Predictions, Marissa wrote:
|Duran Duran is an interesting mention. As far as the 80's go, The Cure and Depeche Mode were more influential.|
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