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About The Album Project, Darren wrote:
  Marilyn Manson - Mechanical Animals (1998)
Spoon - They Want My Soul (2014)


Artist Vote:

Pearl Jam
Friday, 07.3.15 @ 00:29am
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About The Song Project, Darren wrote:
  Talking Heads - Road To Nowhere
Robin Thicke (feat. T.I. And Pharrell) - Blurred Lines (2013)
Future Islands - Seasons (Waiting On You) (2014)


Artist Vote:

Pearl Jam
Friday, 07.3.15 @ 00:26am
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About Rock Hall Projected, Darren wrote:
  This month's genre to discuss is Pop-Rock/Soft Rock/Contemporary Pop.

Here are some artists for your consideration within this genre grouping:

3 Doors Down
Ace of Base
Amy Winehouse
Annie Lennox
Avril Lavigne
Backstreet Boys
Barbra Streisand
Barenaked Ladies
Barry Manilow
Bette Midler
Black Eyed Peas
Blink-182
Blues Traveler
Bonnie Tyler
Boy George
Britney Spears
Carly Simon
Cee-Lo Green
Celine Dion
Cher
Chris Isaak
Christina Aguilera
Culture Club
Cyndi Lauper
David Cassidy
Dean Martin
Debbie Gibson
Destiny's Child
Diana Ross
Dido
Dionne Warwick
Ed Sheeran
Fall Out Boy
Finger Eleven
Frank Sinatra
Frankie Avalon
Frankie Goes to Hollywood
Frankie Valli
Gary Wright
George Michael
Goo Goo Dolls
Good Charlotte
Gwen Stefani
Hanson
Harry Connick Jr.
Helen Reddy
Hootie & The Blowfish
Huey Lewis and The News
James Blunt
Jennifer Lopez
Jessica Simpson
Jesus Jones
Judy Garland
Julio Iglesias
Justin Timberlake
Keane
Kelly Clarkson
Kylie Minogue
Lifehouse
Loggins & Messina
Maroon 5
Matchbox Twenty
Men at Work
Menudo
Michael Bolton
Mighty Mighty Bosstones
Neil Sedaka
Nelly Furtado
Neneh Cherry
New Edition
New Kids On The Block
N'Sync
O.A.R.
Olivia Newton-John
Panic At The Disco
Paramore
Paula Abdul
Pink
Rick Astley
Rick Springfield
Ricky Martin
Rob Thomas
Robbie Williams
Robert Palmer
Robin Thicke
Robyn
Roxette
Sammy Davis, Jr.
Sarah Vaughan
Savage Garden
Selena
Semisonic
Sha Na Na
Shakira
Shawn Cassidy
Sheena Easton
Sheila E.
Shirley Bassey
Smash Mouth
Snap!
Sonny & Cher
Spice Girls
Spin Doctors
Sugar Ray
t.A.T.u.
Taylor Dayne
The 5th Dimension
The Archies
The Bangles
The Cowsills
The Fray
The Gap Band
The Osmonds
The Partridge Family
The Proclaimers
The Rembrandts
The Romantics
The Waitresses
Third Eye Blind
Tiffany
Tommy Tutone
Toni Basil
Tony Bennett
Tony Orlando and Dawn
Train
Vertical Horizon
Vicki Sue Robinson
Wang Chung
Was (Not Was)
Wayne Newton
Wham!
White Lion
Wilson Phillips

As always, please note that these are just suggestions for your consideration. This isn't a complete list. There are probably artists that I've overlooked and there may be some artists that you feel don't belong within the genre. Feel free to point those artists out if you like (especially the artists that were unintentionally excluded).
Friday, 07.3.15 @ 00:21am
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About Revisited Projected Rankings, Darren wrote:
  My Replacement Nominations:

Ani DiFranco
Anthrax
Barry Manilow
Billy Bragg
Destiny’s Child
Dream Theater
Herbie Hancock
Ice T
Los Lobos
Mitch Ryder And The Detroit Wheels
Mott The Hoople
Neu!
The Fall
The Neville Brothers
The Pogues
Toto
Tricky


My Top 25 Un-Ranked Performers:

Modest Mouse
The National
Violent Femmes
Kings of Leon
The Strokes
Nas
Hole
Korn
Jimmy Buffett
Bright Eyes
Yeah Yeah Yeahs
Morrissey
Stevie Nicks
Liz Phair
Spoon
Garth Brooks
Loretta Lynn
Audioslave
Bad Brains
M.I.A.
Cypress Hill
Gin Blossoms
Pink
The Cult
Dio
Friday, 07.3.15 @ 00:20am
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About Revisited Projected Rankings, Darren wrote:
  Round 5 of Final Rankings is now closed.

Here are the updated rankings:

316. Muddy Waters
317. Mariah Carey
318. Carole King
319. Three Dog Night
320. Supertramp
321. Patsy Cline
322. Pat Benatar
323. Dave Matthews Band
324. Booker T & The MGs
325. Willie Nelson
326. Tina Turner
327. Billy Idol / Generation X
328. Beyonce
329. Alanis Morissette
330. Foreigner
331. Phil Collins
332. Queens of the Stone Age
333. Lenny Kravitz
334. John Lee Hooker
335. The Commodores
336. A Tribe Called Quest
337. No Doubt
338. Franz Ferdinand
339. The Killers
340. The Chemical Brothers
341. Chubby Checker
342. Boston
343. Joe Cocker
344. Muse
345. Ben E. King
346. Joan Jett and the Blackhearts
347. The Moonglows
348. The Dells
349. George Michael
350. Carly Simon
351. Huey Lewis And The News
352. TLC
353. Bobby Womack
354. Cyndi Lauper
355. Steve Winwood
356. Boyz II Men
357. The Black Keys
358. Brian Eno
359. Tears For Fears
360. Blue Oyster Cult
361. Dr. Dre
362. The Chi-Lites
363. The Jesus and Mary Chain
364. Albert King
365. Alicia Keys
366. The Go Go's
367. Todd Rundgren
368. The Roots
369. Moby
370. The Paul Butterfield Blues Band
371. The Shangri-La's
372. Fatboy Slim
373. Wilco
374. The Fugees
375. Salt N Pepa
376. Dionne Warwick
377. Justin Timberlake
378. Kool And The Gang
379. Tori Amos
380. Mary J. Blige
381. Sheryl Crow
382. Sweet
383. Sting
384. Dr. John
385. John Denver
386. Lionel Ritchie
387. Fairport Convention
388. Pet Shop Boys
389. Usher
390. Grand Funk Railroad
391. Bachman-Turner Overdrive
392. Snoop Dogg
393. System of a Down
394. Rufus w/ Chaka Khan
395. Maroon 5
396. Gang Of Four
397. Badfinger
398. The Turtles
399. Amy Winehouse
400. Sublime
401. Small Faces/Faces
402. The Black Crowes
403. The Meters
404. Garbage
405. Diana Ross
406. Gloria Estefan & Miami Sound Machine
407. The Spencer Davis Group
408. Boy George / Culture Club
409. Phish
410. The Flying Burrito Brothers
411. Fiona Apple
412. Sleater-Kinney
413. Gorillaz
414. Cher
415. Little Feat
416. Freddie King
417. Joan Baez
418. Echo & The Bunnymen
419. Harold Melvin And The Blue Notes
420. The Clovers
421. Cliff Richard & The Shadows
422. America
423. Bauhaus
424. Lesley Gore
425. Mahavishnu Orchestra


Here are the final tiebreaker results:

Small Faces/Faces - 100
The Black Crowes - 96

The Meters - 85 (66 Points in Initial Rankings)
Garbage - 85 (57 Points in Initial Rankings)

Diana Ross - 84 ( Points in Initial Rankings)
Gloria Estefan & Miami Sound Machine - 84 ( Points in Initial Rankings)

The Spencer Davis Group - 83 (69 Points in Initial Rankings)
Boy George / Culture Club - 83 (48 Points in Initial Rankings)

Phish - 82

The Flying Burrito Brothers - 81 (61 Points in Initial Rankings)
Fiona Apple - 81 (48 Points in Initial Rankings)

Sleater-Kinney - 80 (57 Points in Initial Rankings)
Gorillaz - 80 (54 Points in Initial Rankings)

Cher - 79

Little Feat - 77 (58 Points in Initial Rankings)
Freddie King - 77 (53 Points in Initial Rankings)

Joan Baez - 74 (63 Points in Initial Rankings)
Echo & The Bunnymen - 74 (54 Points in Initial Rankings)

Harold Melvin And The Blue Notes - 72 (62 Points in Initial Rankings)
The Clovers - 72 (52 Points in Initial Rankings)

Cliff Richard & The Shadows - 71
America - 70
Bauhaus - 68
Lesley Gore - 67
Mahavishnu Orchestra - 45


Replacement nominations are now open for Round 6.

Here are the list of performers eligible for Round 6:

10,000 Maniacs
13th Floor Elevators
Ani DiFranco
Anthrax
Aphex Twin
Audioslave
Bad Brains
Bad Religion
Barenaked Ladies
Barry Manilow
Basement Jaxx
Ben Folds Five
Billy Bragg
Billy Preston
Blind Melon
Blood, Sweat And Tears
Bright Eyes
Britney Spears
Bryan Adams
Canned Heat
Cocteau Twins
Conway Twitty
Cypress Hill
D'Angelo
Deadmau5
Destiny’s Child
Dio
DJ Kool Herc
Don McLean
Dream Theater
Eddie Money
Edgar Winter Group
Elliott Smith
Emmylou Harris
En Vogue
Feist
Garth Brooks
Gary "U.S." Bonds
Gin Blossoms
Hawkwind
Herbie Hancock
Herman's Hermits
Hole
Ice Cube
Ice T
Indigo Girls
Jeff Buckley
Jerry Butler
Jimmy Buffett
Joan Armatrading
Joe Jackson
Joe Tex
John Mayall & The Bluesbreakers
John Mayer
Johnathan Richman / The Modern Lovers
Johnny Rivers
Johnny Winter
Judy Collins
Junior Walker and The All-Stars
Kansas
KC & the Sunshine Band
Kid Rock
Kings of Leon
KMFDM
Korn
Laura Nyro
Lauryn Hill
Leon Russell
Live
Liz Phair
Loggins & Messina
Loretta Lynn
Los Lobos
Lucinda Williams
M.I.A.
Madness
Manfred Mann
Manic Street Preachers
Matchbox Twenty / Rob Thomas
Meat Loaf
Meat Puppets
Melissa Etheridge
Midnight Oil
Mike Oldfield
Ministry
Mitch Ryder And The Detroit Wheels
Modest Mouse
Morrissey
Mott The Hoople
Nas
Neil Sedaka
Neu!
Norah Jones
OK Go
Orbital
Paul Revere and the Raiders
Peter Frampton
Peter Tosh
Pink
Portishead
Public Image Ltd.
Pulp
Queen Latifah
Queensr˙che
R. Kelly
Rainbow
REO Speedwagon
Rick James
Rihanna
Ringo Starr
Robert Palmer
Rory Gallagher
Ryan Adams
Sarah McLachlan
Seal
Slade
Sonny And Cher
Spoon
Steve Earle
Stevie Nicks
Styx
Sufjan Stevens
Talk Talk
Tegan & Sara
The Alan Parsons Project
The Association
The Average White Band
The Bangles
The Big Bopper
The Black Eyed Peas
The Chantels
The Chiffons
The Cranberries
The Crystals
The Cult
The Damned
The Delfonics
The Diamonds
The Dixie Chicks
The Fall
The Five Satins
The Grass Roots
The Human League
The J. Geils Band
The Kingston Trio
The Mars Volta
The National
The Neville Brothers
The New Pornographers
The Pogues
The Pointer Sisters
The Prodigy
The Scorpions
The Soft Machine
The Sonics
The Strokes
The Stylistics
The Troggs
The Verve
They Might Be Giants
Toots and The Maytalls
Toto
Tracy Chapman
Traveling Wilburys
Tricky
Violent Femmes
Wishbone Ash
Wyclef Jean
Yeah Yeah Yeahs
Yo La Tengo

For this round, the maximum number of nominations available is 125.


Here are the maximum number of replacement nominations available for each voter this round:

Darren - 17
DarinRG - 45
Greg F. - 39
jtrichey - 69
Nick - 89
Philip - 82
PopeCharming - 71
SotN - 30
The_Claw - 22
Tom H. - 52

There will be three days of replacement nominations. Nominations will end at 10 PM Central on Sunday the 5th.
Friday, 07.3.15 @ 00:19am
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About The Album Project, Nick wrote:
  Genre Nomination: Movie Soundtracks
Thursday, 07.2.15 @ 23:52pm
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About The Album Project, BSLO wrote:
  Talking Heads - More Songs About Buildings And Food (1978)

Genre: Country

Artist: Bob Dylan
Thursday, 07.2.15 @ 23:24pm
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About The Song Project, BSLO wrote:
  Roxette - The Look (1988)
Badfinger - Come and Get It (1970)

Artist: Led Zeppelin

Genre: Country
Thursday, 07.2.15 @ 23:20pm
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About The Song Project, Zoltan wrote:
  Genre Nomination:

Hip Hop/Rap

Artist Nomination:

Beyonce

Thursday, 07.2.15 @ 23:16pm
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About The Song Project, Zoltan wrote:
  My Nominations:

Kacey Musgraves- Follow Your Arrow (2013)
Salt-n-Pepa feat. En Vogue- Whatta Man (1993)
Thursday, 07.2.15 @ 23:11pm
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About Quicksilver Messenger Service, steven wrote:
  This band defines psychedelic rock. No one who attended one of their concerts in the 60s will ever say they don't remember it...even though this might be the only thing they remember from the 60s. QMS "tore the roof off" long before Parliament-Funkadelic.

I was a veteran of the Fillmore in the 60s...BLESS you Bill Graham and friends! After moving to SoCal in 1968, I saw QMS at a place called the "Bank." That concert was one of the loudest, most astounding musical presentations. Why, my ears are still ringing.

They took everyone's breath away with their arrangements and sonic inventiveness. There were no holes in their music. They certainly laid the foundation for the evolution of Pink Floyd and others who explored electronica and feedback.

So, if you think those movie portrayals of Voodoo rituals depicting bodies writhing on the floor and whirling like dervishes are fantasy, I am here to testify that the Bank concert was that scene.

Not only that, their lyrics ran the gamut from politics ("Pride of Man" - remarkable, TIMELESS song; "What About Me" - a great environmental statement) to love ("Light Your Windows").

Cheesecrop (above) mentioned "Babe I'm Gonna Leave You." You gotta believe that Led Zep adopted this number because of what QMS did to make it so powerful.

St.Stephen (above) called "The Fool" a "masterpiece." Indeed...it is. If you have not heard it, get undistracted, turn off the phone, stop texting, slide the headphones on, and submerge into the 12 minute version. What a sonic tour de force. QMS did things in this song not heard before or since.

For anyone who needs to know this band, the first album (Quicksilver Messenger Service) is perfect.

Happy Trails is a full-on, psychedelic concert with some great music. The Original Score from...Revolution is a great time capsule of excellent 60s music and features two QMS numbers. I believe it's available only in vinyl.

I am waiting for some enterprising tribute band to pick up on the QMS sound. If they play it true and with passion, they will melt minds.
Thursday, 07.2.15 @ 23:08pm
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About The Song Project, SotN wrote:
  After poking on Billboard lists and in comments here, I noticed a somewhat major omission in our funk catalog, so I'm changing my nomination for the Avalanches to:

Kool and the Gang - Misled (1984)
Thursday, 07.2.15 @ 22:37pm
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About Kool and the Gang, PLUTO wrote:
  The last true funk band to be inducted was Earth Wind And Fire, fifteen years ago. The O'Jays, Isaac Hayes and Prince were inducted over ten years ago, though I would consider them more soul or R&B.

The Hall is a bit overdue to recognize another funk band. I would say that The Commodores, the Ohio Players or War (who was nominated this past year) should get a chance at induction. KC & The Sunshine Band deserve a spot however they are more a disco band. However, I think Kool and The Gang are a quintessential funk band. They are a group that could help make up for the Hall ignoring the subgenre.

Keep up the good work, ROY and KING
Thursday, 07.2.15 @ 22:17pm
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About Kool and the Gang, KING wrote:
  ROY

I think Kool & The Gang will be inducted within next 5 years RRHOF. They have fulfilled the RRHOF criteria better than most. You have listed in a full block their hits. I liked Jungle Boogie, Misled, Emergency the best. JT a great singer. A KING FAV band Kool & The Gang. KING
Thursday, 07.2.15 @ 19:46pm
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About Bryan Adams, KING wrote:
  As the years pass, Bryan Adams is deserving of Rock and Roll Hall Of Fame. He's a musician's musician and easily would fall on Level 3 of the RRHOF pyramid. Now 55 years old, he will continue to put out quality CD's and excellent concerts. I don't know his exact Innovation or Influence but he has put up an outstanding collection of music and concert performances. I could see Bryan Adams receiving a nomination next 5 years and induction 5-10. Unlike many musicians who gripe about RRHOF, Bryan Adams probably would be honored if bestowed the honor. KING
Thursday, 07.2.15 @ 19:17pm
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About The Album Project, Tom H. wrote:
  Artist Nomination:

Rush
Thursday, 07.2.15 @ 14:10pm
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About The Song Project, Tom H. wrote:
  Artist Nomination:

Rush
Thursday, 07.2.15 @ 14:08pm
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About The Album Project, Tom H. wrote:
  Genre Nomination:

Jazz
Thursday, 07.2.15 @ 14:07pm
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About The Song Project, Tom H. wrote:
  Genre Nomination:

Art/Experimental/Progressive Rock
Thursday, 07.2.15 @ 13:53pm
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About The Song Project, Tom H. wrote:
  Darren wrote:

"Art/Experimental/Progressive Rock" is ineligible for nomination until October, as it was the selected genre from March.

"50's Rock/Pop" is ineligible for nomination until November, as it was the selected genre from April.

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Darren-

I think you goofed on this. We did "Essentials and Deeper Cuts from Critically Acclaimed Albums" in March and "1970's R&B/Soul" in April. So "Art/Experimental/Progressive Rock" and "50's Rock/Pop" are both eligible this month
Thursday, 07.2.15 @ 13:47pm
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About Revisited Projected Rankings, Tom H. wrote:
  Lesley Gore-25
Harold Melvin And The Blue Notes-24
Mahavishnu Orchestra-23
The Flying Burrito Brothers-22
Gorillaz-21
The Black Crowes-20
The Spencer Davis Group-19
Freddie King-18
Joan Baez-17
Phish-16
Small Faces/Faces-15
Fiona Apple-14
The Meters-13
Little Feat-12
Sleater-Kinney-11
The Clovers-10
Garbage-9
America-8
Echo & The Bunnymen-7
Gloria Estefan & Miami Sound Machine-6
Bauhaus-5
Cliff Richard & The Shadows-4
Diana Ross-3
Boy George / Culture Club-2
Cher-1
Thursday, 07.2.15 @ 10:39am
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About the 2015 Inductees, Marissa wrote:
  Has anybody else noticed Yes votes for a blank artist? It's bizarre. Right now, the artists with the second highest amount of votes out of the last 1,000 is _______.

FRL - do you know what is going on?
Thursday, 07.2.15 @ 08:14am
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About The Song Project, Mike wrote:
  I'd really like to see "Save Me" by Aimee Mann finally make it.

Aimee Mann - Save Me (1999)
Janet Jackson - If (1993)

Robyn & Royksopp - Do It Again (2014)



Artist nomination:
Janet Jackson
Thursday, 07.2.15 @ 07:59am
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About the 2015 Inductees, Roy wrote:
  http://www.rockhall.org/inductees/

The biographies for the 2015 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductees are now complete.
Thursday, 07.2.15 @ 07:34am
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About Kool and the Gang, Roy wrote:
  The 2015 Hollywood Walk of Fame Inductees
Thursday, 07.2.15 @ 07:05am
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About The Album Project, Ryan wrote:
  Queens of the Stone Age - Rated R (2000)
Taylor Swift - 1989 (2014)
Genre-
Funk
Artist-
Frank Zappa/Mothers of Invention
Thursday, 07.2.15 @ 02:27am
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About The Song Project, Ryan wrote:
  Underworld - Born Slippy .NUXX (1996)
Kid Cudi featuring MGMT and Ratatat- Pursuit of Happiness (nightmare) (2010)
The War on Drugs - Red Eyes (2014)

Genre Nomination-
Modern Hard Rock

Artist Nomination-
James Brown
Thursday, 07.2.15 @ 02:08am
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About The Song Project, jtrichey wrote:
  noms:

Pearl Jam - Wishlist (1998)
Soggybottom Boys - I Am a Man of Constant Sorrow (2002)
Wednesday, 07.1.15 @ 22:49pm
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About The Album Project, jtrichey wrote:
  nom:

Muse - The 2nd Law (2012)
Wednesday, 07.1.15 @ 22:45pm
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About Revisited Projected Rankings, jtrichey wrote:
  1. Diana Ross (25 pts)
2. Phish
3. America
4. Fiona Apple
5. Little Feat
6. Echo & The Bunnymen
7. Bauhaus
8. Sleater-Kinney
9. The Black Crowes
10. Garbage
11. Gorillaz
12. Boy George / Culture Club
13. Cliff Richard & The Shadows
14. Small Faces/Faces
15. Freddie King
16. The Meters
17. The Spencer Davis Group
18. Harold Melvin & the Blue Notes
19. Cher
20. Joan Baez
21. The Clovers
22. Gloria Estefan
23. Lesley Gore
24. Mahavishnu Orchestra
25. The Flying Burrito Brothers (1 pt)
Wednesday, 07.1.15 @ 22:42pm
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About The Song Project, John R.C. wrote:
  ABBA - Fernando (1976)
Buddy Guy - Let Me Love You, Baby (1974)
Wednesday, 07.1.15 @ 22:23pm
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About Kool and the Gang, Roy wrote:
  http://www.rollingstone.com/music/lists/kool-the-gang-my-life-in-16-songs-20150629#ixzz3egifECy6

Kool & the Gang: Our Life in 15 Songs

Funk legends look back on 50 years of dance floor classics

I GUESS THIS MEANS ROLLING STONE WANTS THEM NOMINATED FOR THE ROCK AND ROLL HALL OF FAME
Wednesday, 07.1.15 @ 20:12pm
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About Yes, John J. Callahan wrote:
  With the passing of Chris Squire as well as Yes' overall contribution to rock & roll as well as all genres, I would hope the Foundation will seriously lobby for Yes' induction for the Class of 2016. Yes' contributions are undeniable. Thank you for your attention to this matter.

Respectfully submitted

John J. Callahan
Granite Bay, CA
Wednesday, 07.1.15 @ 18:40pm
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About Nazareth, Tommy wrote:
  I've LIVED ALL of Nazareth's work and THEY are TOPS in R&R. Very few OTHER bands come close to the MUSIC these guys generate and Dan Mc has the BEST R&R voice and he can sing ANYTHING very, very well That is WHY Nazareth can cover ANYBODY'S music. ANYBODY's folks.
Wednesday, 07.1.15 @ 18:27pm
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About Charlie Parker, dmg wrote:
  Genesis is in...
Wednesday, 07.1.15 @ 16:09pm
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About Revisited Projected Rankings, The_Claw wrote:
  1. Cliff Richard & The Shadows
2. Cher
3. Gloria Estefan
4. The Clovers
5. Small Faces / Faces
6. Echo & The Bunnymen
7. Garbage
8. The Meters
9. The Flying Burrito Brothers
10. Mahavishnu Orchestra
11. Diana Ross
12. Sleater-Kinney
13. Joan Baez
14. Boy George / Culture Club
15. Little Feat
16. The Black Crowes
17. Harold Melvin & The Bluenotes
18. Gorillaz
19. The Spencer Davis Group
20. Phish
21. Lesley Gore
22. Fiona Apple
23. America
24. Bauhaus
25. Freddie King
Wednesday, 07.1.15 @ 15:39pm
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About The Album Project, Tom H. wrote:
  Sorry meant to say

Weird Al Yankovic- Mandatory Fun (2014)

with that last nomination
Wednesday, 07.1.15 @ 15:01pm
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About Charlie Parker, nick wrote:
  jazz is not rock n roll either have several categories [prog. rock, blues jazz] or face the fact that some of the best groups and solo artists will not get in. the zombies ,yes, and genesis not in ? c'mon. I nominate gary and the hornets watch their videos pre-hanson.
Wednesday, 07.1.15 @ 14:58pm
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About The Song Project, Paul K wrote:
  Chuck Berry - You Never Can Tell (1964)
Brand New - The Quiet Things That No One Ever Knows (2003)
Taylor Swift - Blank Space (2014)

Artist = Townes Van Zandt

Genre = Emo/Post-hardcore/Hardcore Punk
Wednesday, 07.1.15 @ 13:08pm
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About The Song Project, The Aviator Dragon wrote:
  Level 42 - Something About You (1985)
Michael Jackson - Human Nature (1982)

Artist nomination:
The Rolling Stones
Wednesday, 07.1.15 @ 13:04pm
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