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rogifan

Who’s missing from the Rock Hall of Fame?

Here’s my list. What’s yours?

1. Pat Benatar (Joan Jett and Stevie Nicks are in but not Pat?!?)
2. Tina Turner
3. Whitney Houston (if Madonna and Janet are good enough...)
4. Carole King
5. Kate Bush
6. The Replacements
7. The Pixies
8. The Smiths
9. Alice In Chains (just as good as Pearl Jam and Nirvana who are both in)
10. Chaka & Rufus
11. Joy Division/New Order
12. Depeche Mode
13. Judas Priest/Iron Maiden (heavy metal ows as much to them as Zep & Sabbath)
14. Cyndi Lauper
15. New York Dolls
16. Devo
17. Kate Bush
18. Roxy Music
19. Mötley Crüe (if Bon Jovi, Def Leppard And GNR are good enough...)
20. Beck
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Reply #1 posted 01/08/19 8:47pm

Goddess4Real

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rogifan said:

Here’s my list. What’s yours? 1. Pat Benatar (Joan Jett and Stevie Nicks are in but not Pat?!?) 2. Tina Turner 3. Whitney Houston (if Madonna and Janet are good enough...) 4. Carole King 5. Kate Bush 6. The Replacements 7. The Pixies 8. The Smiths 9. Alice In Chains (just as good as Pearl Jam and Nirvana who are both in) 10. Chaka & Rufus 11. Joy Division/New Order 12. Depeche Mode 13. Judas Priest/Iron Maiden (heavy metal ows as much to them as Zep & Sabbath) 14. Cyndi Lauper 15. New York Dolls 16. Devo 17. Kate Bush 18. Roxy Music 19. Mötley Crüe (if Bon Jovi, Def Leppard And GNR are good enough...) 20. Beck

Here is my list so far typing

Eurythmics

Peter Gabriel

Warren Zevon

Bjork

Larry Williams

Roberta Flack

Derick May

Lee “Scratch” Perry

Eric B & Rakim

Chic

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Reply #2 posted 01/08/19 9:53pm

PurpleSpirit31
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Roxy Music will be inducted this year and Peter Gabriel was inducted about 5 years ago(Chris Martin Of Coldplay did the honours of inducting him)!!! biggrin biggrin biggrin biggrin

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Reply #3 posted 01/08/19 10:23pm

MickyDolenz

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Marshall Tucker Band
Kraftwerk
Jose Feliciano
Tom Moulton (he pretty much invented the 12" dance remix)
Kansas
Johnnie Taylor
5th Dimension
The Monkees
Johnny Pacheco
Grand Funk Railroad
Three Dog Night
Charlie Daniels Band
Pat Travers Band

Rare Earth
Vanilla Fudge

Roy Clark
Fanny
Grace Jones
Shep Pettibone

Latin Rascals
Sylvia Robinson or Monica Lynch
Latin Rascals
Gentle Giant

Miami Sound Machine
Duran Duran

Tracy Chapman
OutKast
38 Special
Styx (I wonder if they would reunite with Dennis)
Tears For Fears
Fishbone

For 65 years straight, the #1 genre in music, selling wise, was rock n' roll worldwide. Last year (2017) in June, it got de-crowned by hip hop. Hip hop is the #1 genre. It's hip hop - rock - country - pop or pop - country. ~ Pras
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Reply #4 posted 01/08/19 10:45pm

SoulAlive

Pat Benatar
War
Chic
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Reply #5 posted 01/09/19 12:19am

ginusher

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rogifan said:

Here’s my list. What’s yours? 1. Pat Benatar (Joan Jett and Stevie Nicks are in but not Pat?!?) 2. Tina Turner 3. Whitney Houston (if Madonna and Janet are good enough...) 4. Carole King 5. Kate Bush 6. The Replacements 7. The Pixies 8. The Smiths 9. Alice In Chains (just as good as Pearl Jam and Nirvana who are both in) 10. Chaka & Rufus 11. Joy Division/New Order 12. Depeche Mode 13. Judas Priest/Iron Maiden (heavy metal ows as much to them as Zep & Sabbath) 14. Cyndi Lauper 15. New York Dolls 16. Devo 17. Kate Bush 18. Roxy Music 19. Mötley Crüe (if Bon Jovi, Def Leppard And GNR are good enough...) 20. Beck

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Kate Bush, Kate Bush, so good, you named her twice. biggrin

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Reply #6 posted 01/09/19 1:11am

SoulAlive

Rufus and Chaka Khan

Rick James

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Reply #7 posted 01/09/19 1:13am

JabarR74

These guys!!!

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Reply #8 posted 01/09/19 1:44am

DaveT

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rogifan said:

Here’s my list. What’s yours? 1. Pat Benatar (Joan Jett and Stevie Nicks are in but not Pat?!?) 2. Tina Turner 3. Whitney Houston (if Madonna and Janet are good enough...) 4. Carole King 5. Kate Bush 6. The Replacements 7. The Pixies 8. The Smiths 9. Alice In Chains (just as good as Pearl Jam and Nirvana who are both in) 10. Chaka & Rufus 11. Joy Division/New Order 12. Depeche Mode 13. Judas Priest/Iron Maiden (heavy metal ows as much to them as Zep & Sabbath) 14. Cyndi Lauper 15. New York Dolls 16. Devo 17. Kate Bush 18. Roxy Music 19. Mötley Crüe (if Bon Jovi, Def Leppard And GNR are good enough...) 20. Beck


How in the world are these artists not in there, yet Kiss and Def Leppard are?!!! eek eek eek eek

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Reply #9 posted 01/09/19 2:40am

MotownSubdivis
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Rick James
Rick James
Rick James
Rick James
Rick James
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Reply #10 posted 01/09/19 6:07am

Empress

I don't care much for the RRHOF as I think it's become a bit of a joke the past few years, however, if they do continue with this thing, there is no doubt in my mind as to who should get in next and be on the top of the list and that's Carol King! An amazing songwriter and singer. She certainly deserves it. I would also like to see Chaka, Tina Turner and I think orger MickeyDolenz has some great suggestions like Roy Clark and a few others.

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Reply #11 posted 01/09/19 9:01am

MickyDolenz

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Tina Turner has been inducted as a part of Ike & Tina. Carole King is in too as a songwriter with Gerry Goffin. Peter Gabriel is in twice with Genesis & solo. Phil Collins is not in as a solo act.

For 65 years straight, the #1 genre in music, selling wise, was rock n' roll worldwide. Last year (2017) in June, it got de-crowned by hip hop. Hip hop is the #1 genre. It's hip hop - rock - country - pop or pop - country. ~ Pras
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Reply #12 posted 01/09/19 10:51am

rogifan

ginusher said:



rogifan said:


Here’s my list. What’s yours? 1. Pat Benatar (Joan Jett and Stevie Nicks are in but not Pat?!?) 2. Tina Turner 3. Whitney Houston (if Madonna and Janet are good enough...) 4. Carole King 5. Kate Bush 6. The Replacements 7. The Pixies 8. The Smiths 9. Alice In Chains (just as good as Pearl Jam and Nirvana who are both in) 10. Chaka & Rufus 11. Joy Division/New Order 12. Depeche Mode 13. Judas Priest/Iron Maiden (heavy metal ows as much to them as Zep & Sabbath) 14. Cyndi Lauper 15. New York Dolls 16. Devo 17. Kate Bush 18. Roxy Music 19. Mötley Crüe (if Bon Jovi, Def Leppard And GNR are good enough...) 20. Beck

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Kate Bush, Kate Bush, so good, you named her twice. biggrin


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Whoops. lol
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Reply #13 posted 01/09/19 10:54am

rogifan

DaveT said:



rogifan said:


Here’s my list. What’s yours? 1. Pat Benatar (Joan Jett and Stevie Nicks are in but not Pat?!?) 2. Tina Turner 3. Whitney Houston (if Madonna and Janet are good enough...) 4. Carole King 5. Kate Bush 6. The Replacements 7. The Pixies 8. The Smiths 9. Alice In Chains (just as good as Pearl Jam and Nirvana who are both in) 10. Chaka & Rufus 11. Joy Division/New Order 12. Depeche Mode 13. Judas Priest/Iron Maiden (heavy metal ows as much to them as Zep & Sabbath) 14. Cyndi Lauper 15. New York Dolls 16. Devo 17. Kate Bush 18. Roxy Music 19. Mötley Crüe (if Bon Jovi, Def Leppard And GNR are good enough...) 20. Beck


How in the world are these artists not in there, yet Kiss and Def Leppard are?!!! eek eek eek eek


I don’t get Kiss at all. If you’re going to put Kiss in there then Motley Crue should be in too.
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Reply #14 posted 01/09/19 11:02am

rogifan

Empress said:

I don't care much for the RRHOF as I think it's become a bit of a joke the past few years, however, if they do continue with this thing, there is no doubt in my mind as to who should get in next and be on the top of the list and that's Carol King! An amazing songwriter and singer. She certainly deserves it. I would also like to see Chaka, Tina Turner and I think orger MickeyDolenz has some great suggestions like Roy Clark and a few others.


The problem with the RRHOF is it seems to be all about who you know or who Jann Werner and Dave Marsh like. The E Street band was inducted separate from Springsteen mostly because Dave Marsh is a huge Springsteen fan and has pull with the organization. I’m sure Ringo Starr got in just so they could see Paul and Ringo perform together. Joan Jett was all about The Runaways promotion and when she performed for Nirvana’s induction it was pretty much a given she’d be inducted and low and behold she was the next year. I’m fine with her being in there but it’s a joke that she’s in and someone like Pat Benatar has never even been nominated. Pat’s Music was huge in the early 80. She was the first female artist to be played on MTV. She has an amazing voice and is actually rock and roll unlike some of the other female artists inducted. Stevie Nicks is probably in just to promote the new Fleetwood Mac tour.
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Reply #15 posted 01/09/19 11:34am

LittleBLUECorv
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Joe Tex
Johnnie Taylor
Ohio Players
Kool & the Gang
Barry White
Rick James
Luther Vandross
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Reply #16 posted 01/09/19 11:56am

MickyDolenz

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Johnny Guitar Watson

Millie Jackson

Sun Ra (he and his bands was wearing wild outfits long before rock & funk bands were doing it)

Screamin' Jay Hawkins

Celia Cruz

Herbie Hancock

Ethel Waters

Los Lobos

Flying Burrito Brothers

Michael Nesmith (without Nez, MTV might not have existed. He's also one of the originators of country rock and released a video album before Beyoncé was born)

For 65 years straight, the #1 genre in music, selling wise, was rock n' roll worldwide. Last year (2017) in June, it got de-crowned by hip hop. Hip hop is the #1 genre. It's hip hop - rock - country - pop or pop - country. ~ Pras
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Reply #17 posted 01/09/19 1:14pm

dancerella

Suzi Quatro!
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Reply #18 posted 01/09/19 1:25pm

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Reply #19 posted 01/09/19 1:49pm

SoulAlive

rogifan said:

it’s a joke that someone like Pat Benatar has never even been nominated. Pat’s Music was huge in the early 80. She was the first female artist to be played on MTV. She has an amazing voice and is actually rock and roll unlike some of the other female artists inducted.

I agree.

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Reply #20 posted 01/09/19 3:26pm

Thebigpill

Living Colour, Living Colour, Living Colour.

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Reply #21 posted 01/10/19 4:58am

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LittleBLUECorvette said:

Joe Tex
Johnnie Taylor
Ohio Players
Kool & the Gang
Barry White
Rick James
Luther Vandross
Don't know who Joe Tex is but I agree wholeheartedly with the others.
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Reply #22 posted 01/10/19 7:04am

StrangeButTrue

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MotownSubdivision said:

LittleBLUECorvette said:
Joe Tex Johnnie Taylor Ohio Players Kool & the Gang Barry White Rick James Luther Vandross
Don't know who Joe Tex is but I agree wholeheartedly with the others.

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You may not know who Joe Tex is, but you have heard Joe Tex.

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Reply #23 posted 01/10/19 7:06am

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I'm surprised to see Kansas & 38 Special on your list, not many people mention them but I've always loved their music! It would be awesome for them to get in.

MickyDolenz said:

Marshall Tucker Band
Kraftwerk
Jose Feliciano
Tom Moulton (he pretty much invented the 12" dance remix)
Kansas
Johnnie Taylor
5th Dimension
The Monkees
Johnny Pacheco
Grand Funk Railroad
Three Dog Night
Charlie Daniels Band
Pat Travers Band

Rare Earth
Vanilla Fudge

Roy Clark
Fanny
Grace Jones
Shep Pettibone

Latin Rascals
Sylvia Robinson or Monica Lynch
Latin Rascals
Gentle Giant

Miami Sound Machine
Duran Duran

Tracy Chapman
OutKast
38 Special
Styx (I wonder if they would reunite with Dennis)
Tears For Fears
Fishbone

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Reply #24 posted 01/10/19 8:04am

motown1958

Chic

Rick James

Rufus & Chaka Khan

The Ohio Players

Whitney Houston

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Reply #25 posted 01/10/19 10:37am

namepeace

rogifan said:

Here’s my list. What’s yours? 1. Pat Benatar (Joan Jett and Stevie Nicks are in but not Pat?!?) 2. Tina Turner 3. Whitney Houston (if Madonna and Janet are good enough...) 4. Carole King 5. Kate Bush 6. The Replacements 7. The Pixies 8. The Smiths 9. Alice In Chains (just as good as Pearl Jam and Nirvana who are both in) 10. Chaka & Rufus 11. Joy Division/New Order 12. Depeche Mode 13. Judas Priest/Iron Maiden (heavy metal ows as much to them as Zep & Sabbath) 14. Cyndi Lauper 15. New York Dolls 16. Devo 17. Kate Bush 18. Roxy Music 19. Mötley Crüe (if Bon Jovi, KISS, Def Leppard And GNR are good enough...) 20. Beck


Legit choices all.

Beck became eligible last year, right?

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Reply #26 posted 01/10/19 9:52pm

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rogifan said:

Here’s my list. What’s yours?

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Not enough artsts speaking against them because ther egos need stroking, and deep inside they are just merchants.

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Reply #27 posted 01/11/19 4:27pm

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Marilyn Manson!!! He has had a lot of great material, his tryptic has had a huge impact on the world and is a very intelligent guy. Sure he has been cast as a evil figure to the public but is actually a nice guy and his music has touched a lot of souls.

Purple Music is my drug and I'm jonesin!!!!!
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Reply #28 posted 01/12/19 10:00am

luvsexy4all

Thebigpill said:

Living Colour, Living Colour, Living Colour.

for sure....also GRAND FUNK

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Reply #29 posted 01/12/19 5:32pm

SoulAlive

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Rick James Rick James Rick James Rick James Rick James

I agree.Parliament Funkadelic is in there and I see no reason why Rick shouldn't be inducted,too.He took funk to new heights and created some classic,unforgettable jams.

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