The 2015 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Inductees have been announced!

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Rock & Roll Hall of Fame using historically predictive criteria and YOUR votes.
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What are people talking about?

About The Church, Pete wrote:
Unguarded Moment is a great song and they did a nice remake of I am a rock. They're on my ipod but I'm not sure if they are worthy of Cleveland.
Wednesday, 01.28.15 @ 12:32pm


About Revisited Projected Rankings, Classic Rock wrote:
Just curious, for those that vote on this or other lists here, what do you use as your personal criteria for rating artists (songs, etc.)?

Personally, I lean toward body of work and body of songs over influence. Although influence is definitely a factor. Add that all with a dash of personal favoritism (in both genres and artists) and that adds up to my personal rankings.

Speaking of influence, I struggle with it as a deciding factor. Carl Perkins for instance, body of work and songs is slim, but the perceived influence is great. Pick an artist that you think was influenced by Carl and I could probably name 3 or 4 other artists who probably influenced them as well. Bob Dylan was probably slightly influenced by Carl, is Carl responsible for Like a Rolling Stone? Obviously not, Dylan is. All credit to Dylan. That's why I lean toward the artists who actually made the songs that people remember and enjoy.

What are your personal criteria?
Wednesday, 01.28.15 @ 00:22am


About Revisited Projected Rankings, Classic Rock wrote:
ABBA 20 points
James Taylor 19
Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band 18
Earth, Wind & Fire 17
Iron Maiden 16
Blondie 15
Peter Gabriel 14
The Moody Blues 13
The Smiths 12
Alice Cooper 11
Jefferson Airplane 10
Nine Inch Nails 9
Eminem 8
Wilson Pickett 7
Carl Perkins 6
Joy Division 5
Roxy Music 4
Sex Pistols 3
Etta James 2
Curtis Mayfield 1 Superfly point
Tuesday, 01.27.15 @ 18:35pm


About The Offspring, Philippe wrote:
No doubt in my mind that they deserve it. Best punk rock band with old Green Day and they inspired Blink-182.
Tuesday, 01.27.15 @ 16:59pm


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